Sybil added to her NFLX short in the last few days.
She represents 86% of shorts here.
"La Reine De Saba／Raymond Lefèvre et son Grand Orchestre"
Sybil will post tomorrow that she covered today before the close.
Add more to your PCLN short before the close, Sybil.
Your powerful trading gods tell you so.
NFLX has reached a point where people can speculate any way they like. (Some think this will go higher, some think lower.)
Many people will start placing bets. Most of them will lose.
I'm still all cash. (Yes, I missed a nice bounce from Monday's close.) I'm not "convinced" which way to bet yet. Hahaha . . .
[From: The Guardian]
The article 50 talks would cover Britain’s EU exit, including the status of EU nationals living in the UK and Britons on the continent. A trade deal would be negotiated separately, a process that insiders think would take anywhere from five to 10 years. The EU side insists Britain cannot have a trade deal until the article 50 divorce is signed and sealed.
European leaders have voiced frustration at Britain’s delay in triggering article 50, urging Cameron’s successor to act speedily. Officials are angry and incredulous that during the campaign, leave politicians “didn’t have a clue” what they wanted.
“What I don’t understand is that those who want to leave are totally unable to tell us what they want,” Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European commission, said after Cameron’s final EU summit on Tuesday. “I thought that if you wanted to leave you had a plan ... they don’t have it.”
Also true is that this stock hasn't been attracting new buyers for months.
A view from Nigel Read, 58, from Surrey, who feels it’s time for us all to move on.
I voted remain and passionately support the EU. I do not believe that there should be a second referendum. Half the population is already upset and upsetting the other half, which is what a second referendum would almost certainly do, would be be decidedly destabilising and something that the establishment will want to avoid. The referendum was set out on the premise of a simple majority of those that voted and leave was the answer. What I fail to understand is why we haven’t invoked article 50 already. The facts were available before the referendum, free movement of people is a pre requisite of being part of the free market. The leave vote was predicated on reducing immigration and stopping our contribution to the EU budget. Consequently we do not have a negotiating position with the EU. The alternatives are completely out or the Norway option which will only be offered on the same terms that Norway have. That’s leave or continue to live with what we have now without any further say in the the processes of the EU. The rest of the EU deserve better than our shilly shallying. It’s not their fault that we don’t even know what we want. In my opinion it will be a disaster but the people have spoken.
[From: The Guardian]
Probably David Cemeron thought Leave vote or Remain (but close) vote would give him more bargaining power to get better terms from the EU. It backfired.
Well, the real damage to your account was done three (3) years ago.
Each time, we get a "serious" dip, more damage has been done to your account (meaning, you end up putting more money to the pot).
When she looks really stupid, the market dips.