Since humans are so battered by those unreliable psychological forces (and that includes the overpaid but usually underperforming mutual fund manager humans), it's one more argument for just selecting a good mix of low-cost index funds as the sole investment vehicle.
On the days when our individual stock decisions take a wrong turn, the passive success of index funds can seem mighty appealing. I put my all my dad's cash in ten of those with Vanguard in early 2010 and haven't had a moment's regret or stress about his account since!
Phantom, just curious what your view is on Nokia taking on the huge amount of ALU debt......they have a massive $14 billion in long term liabilities, with $5.9 billion listed specifically as long term debt.
(That's including the second short of 10K additional shares he announced later in the same thread)
You're down more than 30 grand in one day on your two short sales buddy. Never short a global powerhouse at the bottom of a deep, temporary dip.
I agree, this will result in great synergies and geographically diverse coverage, a turbo boost for Nokia.
Congratulations buddy, you just turned a financial discussion into a trite personal attack.
That's why Cramer was so profoundly humiliated when he was taken to task during Jon Stewart's interview on The Daily Show. He has no credibility.
The GTAT bankruptcy ship sailed many months ago. Why are morons still posting here on a regular basis? What a monumental waste of time!
Just hit $24.....a modest rebound to well below previous rational highs can double us from here.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Sorry to burst your bubble, but those are stock grants. The holder didn't actually pay for them, the listed price is just marked to market.