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aliceandvince 49 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 11, 2014 11:34 PM Member since: May 19, 2012
  • But both have it on sale for $399. So who has the "FAKER" price... There are some real boneheads on this message board. "FAKER PRICE".... God help us...

  • aliceandvince aliceandvince Feb 2, 2014 3:56 PM Flag

    IDIOTS. Look at the Macy's website and JCP today and tell me who has the higher "original" price on the Dyson 40 model?? Macy's .... The is because Macy's has "FAKER" prices? I guess so!... GOD help you guys!! It's all a %OFF game. JCP has to put prices back up to get back in the %OFF game. JCP will turn around. Johnson was an idiot and did not understand the %OFF game in the middle market shoppers.

  • aliceandvince aliceandvince Feb 2, 2014 3:50 PM Flag

    Macy's must have a bigger problem then JCP.... The Dyson sale running this weekend on both websites.... Macy's quotes Regular price at 499 for the DC40 model on sale for 399. JCP quotes Regular price at 450 for the DC40 model on sale for 399. Macys for the last 2 years runs "sales" because the "original" prices are have been higher. All JCP is doing with its pricing is getting back to the higher "original" prices that competitors have listed so they can compete on the %OFF basis. Unfortunately Johnson put JCP in this position 3 years ago. Good thing is most shoppers have little visibility of this trick... They just see the headline %OFF. If you go into Macy's and buy the Dyson DC40 model... you will actually pay $49 more than if you go to JCP. GIVE IT A BREAK GUYS!!!. Ring the register at $20/share in 18 months on JCP. STRONG BUY!!..

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    O=C=O minus the O2 = A FANTASY

    by dnrnrhs Jan 30, 2014 8:25 PM
    aliceandvince aliceandvince Feb 1, 2014 10:53 AM Flag

    After all the shorting and put buying you claimed in late 2012 and early 2013, I was sure you and Gordon Johnson would never be heard of again!! You were claiming FSLR was going broke and shorting this at $11 a share.. What happened over the last 18 months to you account? I am so sorry you were on the wrong side of this trade for so long. Come over to the JCP board and we can do the same thing again. I am buying JCP now... Same story..... no one has anything good to say. I may be a little early, but I do think this is bottoming between now and the next 3 to 6 months. You will be able to get in around $5 and ring the register in 18 months at $20. That is the plan. ...

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    Why I am Buying JCP here....

    by aliceandvince Jan 30, 2014 10:46 PM
    aliceandvince aliceandvince Jan 31, 2014 11:21 AM Flag

    Where did all the hecklers go about my post today?? Couldn't be because I am up 5% in one day, is it??

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    Why I am Buying JCP here....

    by aliceandvince Jan 30, 2014 10:46 PM
    aliceandvince aliceandvince Jan 30, 2014 11:04 PM Flag

    Just making another record in public of my basis for buying low whey all the others have sold, including those who never had the shares to sell in the first place. And I have plenty to invest after FSLR handed us a 300% gain in 18 months. I will let you day traders and shorties take this up and down 10 and 20% a week. I am an investor, not a day trader. The amazon comparison is total bunk. Just like when everyone 20 years ago said the dvd movie rental would wipe out the theatre industry........ Nope. You still stand in line and pay 8.50 a ticket and the industry remains profitable. The internet biz is starting to see a limit on the ability to ship packages - especially the holidays. Watch how fast you start paying a premium to ship on holiday. UPS and FEDEX learned an important lesson this past holiday. The cost to ship something = the tax you forego. stores don't ship at the high cost of an individual package. Any other questions?

  • aliceandvince by aliceandvince Jan 30, 2014 10:46 PM Flag

    This entire situation is setting itself up to smelling a whole lot like FSLR at $14 back in late 2012. A company that was left for dead. You could barely find a single positive post about the company and the industry in general was viewed extremely negative. At a minimum, the company already stated they were happy with the holiday sales number and reiteriated general guidance already provided from Q3 about Q4. I am guessing that with the recent US freeze, the winter apparel in every store has been flying off the shelves in January and the numbers will surprise to the upside. The shorts will get it in the shorts at earnings release and the company will start to the turn the ship. It will not happen overnight, but over the next 18 months it will. CEO Johnson handed Penny a huge hole to dig out of. I am in this recovery over the next 2 years. FSLR returned 300 % in 18months when bought a boat load at $14 (you are welcome to find the posts). Again. maybe $5.80 isn't the bottom, maybe even $4.80. But with an improving economy and the right moves, the longs will be able to go to the register within 2 years for $20/share. It will maybe be a little bit of a wild ride, but I am taking the dive at this level.

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    Bankruptcy by June!!!!!

    by raymarkosyan Jan 30, 2014 9:57 PM
    aliceandvince aliceandvince Jan 30, 2014 10:27 PM Flag

    This is going to be a reversal of fortunes. Shorts are setting themselves up for a slaughter here I am afraid. Full disclosure I am buying here..... Like I bought FSLR at 14 back in late 2012....

  • aliceandvince by aliceandvince Jan 21, 2014 8:37 PM Flag

    How did the bulls fair since my screaming bullish posts from October 2012? Hope you all hung on from the $11 level. I still am amazed the Gordon Johnson shows his face on CNBC... hahahahah!! Short FLSR at $11 looking for $9. What an idiot.

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