nick.mach is just another azz.clown who has no f--kin' clue how to value common stock in a bear market.
In a bear market, once a common stock has no tangible common equity, it has no business trading above $5 a share. Anyone who has heard of the term "real options", including "commuter school" business students, knows that.
The shorts who closed their position are waiting for MAS to trade above $5 before pounding it again. This trade is too easy.
In the meantime, I am sitting on my calendar put spread: long the January 2011 2.5 put, short the July 2009 2.5 put. I am hoping for MAS to trade somewhere between 2.50 and 2.99 during the week of July 6-10.
"nick.mach is just another azz.clown who has no f--kin' clue how to value common stock in a bear market." Your feeble attempts at put downs are as underwhelming as your groupie hero Anal's "moron" zingers