"This isn't the first time I've been wrong, won't be the last. Unlike you, I have the cajones to admit it"
No you don't. You just finished blaming it all on the weak market. Sure did not help that ERTS numbers and guidance was stank and their valuation out of line. Nevertheless, I did not realize that investors make prognostications without considering the overall market and economy.
Too funny that you would be calling me names once again. That is pretty much what you did with me and a whole lot of other posters here on this board that tried to warn you.
Everyone is wrong sometimes but when you posted like you did and tried to belittle and discard others opinions as foolishness and garbage then you deserve whatever criticism you get.
You've yet to apologize to the rookies you led astray through all the arrogance with which you derided the "perma bears" as you call us. Particularly with your pretense of superior knowledge of the company and the industry.
You went waaaay over the line with your arrogance, so you deserve no sympathy. At least not until you show that you understand not just that you made a bad call, but that you behaved badly while doing it. Far worse than you now accuse Nsthil of behaving.
You truly owe it to others (particularly the rookies) to temper your comments in the future. Especially if you are going to respond to every post on the board that disagrees with you.
LOL!! Austin. If you were right which you obviously were not going to be then you would have been all over the board posting every 5 posts. You were astoundingly wrong, went away after proving yourself to be more arrogant than knowledgeable when it comes to investing and this stock in particular and have managed to drag yourself back here periodically.
While I don't expect great things out of TTWO on Thuursday they will definitely not be flaming out like ERTS. Remember you said T2 was the next EIDOS. We will see.
>>You were astoundingly wrong, went away after proving yourself to be more arrogant than knowledgeable when it comes to investing and this stock in particular and have managed to drag yourself back here periodically.<<
To clarify, I "went away" because I was:
1) Preparing my products for E3, which I mentioned on this board. 2) Attending E3, which I also mentioned on this board. 3) Recovering from E3, which I may not have clarified sufficiently because I couldn't sit up without assistance. 4) Spending a week in physical therapy and discussing the appetizing options ahead of me. (Fun stuff like amputations, electric wheelchairs, assisted breathing, and all that.)
>>While I don't expect great things out of TTWO on Thuursday<<
That makes two of us.
>>they will definitely not be flaming out like ERTS.<<
News flash: TTWO is trading at a little more than half its 52-week high. That company is no stranger to flaming out.
>>Remember you said T2 was the next EIDOS. We will see.<<
Sooner or later.
And something I'd like to ask you: Why do you feel compelled to come here and gloat when ERTS--like the overwhelming majority of holdings on the NASDAQ--is getting roughed up? Do you take pleasure in the misfortune of others? Does it make you feel better, smarter? Did I go into the TTWO board and gloat when they admitted "material inconsistencies" with recent financial reports? Do you like standing by stairways and laughing if anyone trips?