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Intuit Inc. Message Board

  • worldbefree22001 worldbefree22001 Mar 19, 2010 9:25 AM Flag

    I stopped by to bitch and stayed for the short position

    Flirting with a 52 high, a one year estimated cap appreciation
    of 4.5%, no dividend, and trading at 25 times earnings? Are you
    f'ing nuts. Short it, short it, short it.

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    • How's that short working for you?
      Thought so...

      Why on earth would someone (out of all the volatile stocks that they could play with) short something like Intuit which sees less stock action up or down than a nerd trying to get...uh never mind...

      Intuit stock doesn't move. Your short (or long position) for that matter would take ages to move...If you must, short something like CVX when it's close to 80 and go long when it's close to the low 70'ies. CVX is volatile depending on the sentiments of oil/gas, while the company itself is stable.

      If you are going to short Intuit, at least wait until right after the tax season is over, because the stock movement is seasonal as well.


    • I'm not sure I made it clear in my prior post -- short it!

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