That's your way of calling me an idiot. Like I'd have so much invested here that if it went to zero I'd be broke. Guess again, fool!
You can see 60 years into the future - - - - - uhhhh-huh
from the time you took out a second mortgage to go all in, it's down more than 99% from that point. You post here that you will "win" with that position. Dream on, spammer.
First to your question to me, "Why do you not just say I need 200 plus a share?" Quite simply because I don't resort to being unreasonable. It was you that posted at the other stock message board that you took out a second mortgage to go all in. That particular day, that stock would now peg to near $45 per share. I did not post your message you did, and you posted that message on a day that corresponds to that stock being about $44 per share that day, on a long term chart. I do not rely on BS in my messages. You believe you're going win. You can believe any near impossible thing you choose. But when you reply with, "I tried to help you I did the right thing." Repost how you tried to help me. I have not ever read anything helpful from you which is to also say I may have missed it. How did you help?
Congrats in 9 years you "learned a thing or two" !
Clue up, a stock that has sunk to pennies, the same stock that you'd need $44 per share to recover where you bought when taking out that second mortgage, yet you post that you believe you are in a position to win. You are perfectly delusional.
Well, well, well, it's you. You heard the phrase a leopard can't change it's spots. Bible, King James version, Jeremiah 13:23: "Can the Ethiopian change his skin, or the leopard his spots? then may ye also do good, that are accustomed to do evil." Why would anyone expect you to change? You're still pumping a stock that when you posted there, that taking a second mortgage to "go all in" but now you're here, pumping away. You have no shame. The share price when you borrowed against your home, about $44/share. Give up, loser.