This was in an MSN article today...I wonder who this guy was talking about? I'll give you two guesses....haha.
"Seven ways to avoid getting snookered in the stock market
#2 Beware of former cocaine addicts and heavy gamblers:
One of the worst stock ideas I ever got came from a investor-relations person who was a self-described former cocaine addict. That should have been a red flag, but I missed it. I was reminded of this lesson when a parallel theme emerged in the Mickelson case. At the heart of this case were some huge gambling debts, says the SEC."
The million $ question is when do I sink the 75% of cash I've been holding for something like this to occur? Methinks next Friday is the day. Brexit is such a non issue. The Brits are going to repeal the vote.
I agree to an extent, but every year the cost per KW for solar keeps going down, and solar will eventually be a staple in every house and business in the world. This is a buy now and hold for 20 year stock, sort of like UA right now.
Cramer works for the Hedges. He doesn't care about the retail investor. In my experience, if Cramer or the "Street" is involved in your stock, it is going to get shorted heavily at some point. Use this to your advantage.