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  • d_fens_usa d_fens_usa Jun 4, 2006 1:35 PM Flag

    A must read.........

    You're not too bright. Probably one of those clowns who have been calling for a housing collapse as far back as 2000. If we took your advice back then, we would've missed out on oustanding gains of over 300%.

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    • Re: Wake up call.........
      by: stckpkr70 (34/M/Columbia, MD)
      Long-Term Sentiment: Strong Sell 07/20/05 01:07 pm
      Msg: 28326 of 74004

      That's the same kind of thinking that hurt you in MSO...... Tol is far and away the most expenisve builder in the group and they have gone up 200% in the past year alone as the real estate markets top out.....Rate will start creeping up as Greenie will raise rates through the end of the year...... Tol is VERY close to a top IMHO.......This is not the time to go long in Tol.....


      You were saying...... I didn't get aggressively short the builders until last July.........

    • OK buddy..... I'll pull up my post from the TOl board.....I nailed (one part research, one part luck) the high in this sector to the day........

      Oh yeah, resorting to name calling and personal attacks screams of nothing to say......No arguement?

    • Idiot.

    • You have a point. Many of the shorts were too early. Timing is difficult without a technical method. I've learned that the hard way because I shorted LEN about 18 months ago and stupidly rode it up. Now, of course, it's back down, I'm just into the black, and I've been studying TA to learn better timing.

      Now, unless you actually *took* your 300% profits (unlike Alex1444, for example) you have not learned anything. You will ride PHM down to $20 a share or lower, while the short sellers are being vindicated in their predictions of a collapse, regardless of the ride up and down.

 
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