That should be respected too, but I wouldn't write it the way you did. You should have wrote, "I am heterosexual." Now you might say Big Deal and you would be correct, That's the idea, we should all get to the point when these matters are not even discussed, but what should be discussed is the content of the person.
50 in 4 years maybe. The lower it goes the better it looks, but will it get that low, when we were already there about a week or so ago? You never know. If so and you are correct, then heaven is shiny on us.
But VISA doesn't want to sell, at least to Kass or was it Cooperman? IBM does need help and maybe Monitise can help them. Who know.
Don't worry about manipulation, it is not most of our game. The Traders are playing and are either covering there bets or limiting losses or taking profits or are doing all three plus more. It is a confusing game to me - you got to be a real gambler to play. I like to be long, easy to understand.
He also has to make money too. You can't be a trader and not make money or what is the purpose. I know he has other investments and has (I hope) a long position in MONIF, so he sells in and out of some of the non-long positions to make money, I think. We all got to justify why we have a job. Don't get me wrong, I am not defending him, it is something to consider. He is not perfect or all knowing, but also he can't sit on money that is losing money on the long side.
Alot of good news on LGF, with another one from Redhat. It is a matter of time it is back to old highs, which seems like such a long time ago, which would be correct.
If that is the reason then it is bogus. Then why did NOK has such a good quarter a few days ago? Just another reason to bring it down so people can buy lower. The big investors turn to take some off the top. NOK had a very good run up from 7.70's to 8.40's in a week period of time. It is a matter of time when NOK gets back to its high. I can also see it hit 9 soon, but then profit taking and it will bring it down again. I don't play the puts and calls game so i have no skin in it.
1.3M on a Monday, who goes to the movies on Monday? College kids I guess. If so, it is tapping into that demographic pretty strongly.
IBM is a Walker, from the Walking Dead. Slowly deteoriating over each season, but still can move, but for how long? They need a game-changer - A great and dynamic CEO who will chop heads and take no prisoners! A real d....! Anyone have any ideas?
You know, the cow eventually dies and then you are stuck with the body. IBM reminds me of a Zombie, still moving but no pulse. Hey, at least it is still walking, right?
No one wants lay offs but if they do happen it is because of poor fat mgmt that never learned there lessons. Where is the innovation? What do they have that I want? If they were only runned like Apple or Google, but they did not have dynamic mgmt that had a vision. Just support those IBM mini's, oh boy.
That's not necessarily a good thing. It makes your think that IBM is having problems and these buybacks are trying to hide them, which they are not. So they own alot of there shares, but how are they growing the business? They are supporting legacy systems, but what do they have that is cutting edge or NEW? The only thing "Hot" they may have in the future is mobile banking with Monitise, but I do not know if they will only partner or actually buy them out. If they are able to buy them out. IBM needs a game changer, any thoughts?
Past performance is not an indication of future results. If you play the option game you can play all the games you want, but long term shareholders just hold a let time take care of itself. Apple is a good buffer on the others stocks I own. 130 target is reasonable by the end of 2015. Could we be surprised, possibly.