per post by Markslempf on 3/30 (7:29 pm):
where you pontificated that you were doing us all a favor by suggesting that everyone should immediately sell the stock "before they lose all their money". Stock was at $17.69 on 3/30- now it is $23.71.
Your success or failure as a "trader" is not relevant to me. You are the sole master of your own destiny and quite candidly, I could care less whether you have been a winner or a loser.
There are so many stocks that fluctuate wildly on a daily basis. For example, I can't keep count of how many times in the last few weeks that CLF has traded daily between $2.95- $3.25 (10% daily swing) on heavy volume. If one is a trader, that is the type of stock to play. LCI would not be one that, in my opinion, fits that dynamic.
If you not a short then why make such consistently negative comments? No one disagrees that LCI has "issues" to overcome, but if you are truly long, it is illogical that you would continue to disseminate misinformation with the intent to "scare". .
You posted " I don't care whether it goes up or down". So why do you care whether he buys more?
As it says in Proverbs 4:24: "Don't talk out of both sides of your mouth".
Teas leaves only apply to the buy side. Selling is a whole different game- the Ouija board works pretty well.
On 5/20 Privet filed with the SEC indicating they were down to 5%- 1,038,000 shares. They do not have to report any other sales if they are below 5%.
Boy, I just wish I was as smart as you. Thanks for the advice and your concerns over my financial well being. . I just liquidated my entire account (worth $125) and bought a certificate of deposit.
Good day to you, sir.
You are wrong about my age- I am only 12. I will not be in a position to reply to any of your future posts because my mom says I should not talk to strangers.
Got to go now, I am behind in finishing my quantum physics home work.