"He couldn't be so lame as to do a total 180 literally within days when nothing had changed. Surely."
I heard he once did a 720 . BooooooYah!
I was about to post the same thing. I thought I read something from him a week or two ago saying to stay away from LNCO/LINE and now this. Jimmy has a simultaneous buy and a hold and a sell rating on about every stock traded. He can never be wrong ... not matter what happens.
"LinnCo (LNCO): I think the company is fine, said Cramer. It went through an SEC inquiry but that has passed and now it seems inexpensive."
Wow. I didn't know people still took lysergic acid diethylamide. I hope your care-giver stayed with you. LSD obviously lets the real you out.
"I'm not sure why people feel the need to point out others errors ..."
For the same reason people feel free to point out others [sic] errors in everything else on these boards. Why should the ability to write in English be exempt from criticism?
"We're all here to find valuable info ..."
Yes, "valuable info" on a Yahoo message board from posters who couldn't pass a grade school spelling test. Good luck.
Yahoo boards exists solely for entertainment. Visiting these boards is like a day at the zoo.
"You need to try and relax a bit, barmy (is that your adult name?)"
No Blademan, that neither my adult nor cartoon name.
I think you meant:" You need to try to relax a bit ..." Common mistake amongst the trailer trash social set.
I'm as relaxed as I ever could be. There are no major issues on a Yahoo message board, although it may seem like the big time to you. I sometimes find childish prattle annoying, but never take it seriously. So getting apoplectic is never a problem.
"Apoplectic proportions" sounds like mom & dad got you a Thesaurus for your birthday and you haven't quite figured it out yet.
"Barmy, get a life and grow up"
Great advice from someone who sticks out his tongue, throws a tantrum and announces:" you just are just a little kid does your mommy know you are playing on the computer?"
I can picture you going all red in the face, drooling on the keyboard and doing some serious damage to your menagerie of stuffed toys.
I love Yahoo. It's so easy to poke and prod the feeble-minded here and watch them throw hissy-fits. I suppose there are one or two serious investors who post here, but it's mostly for entertainment and just one step above scribbling messages on the stalls in a public toilet.
Good luck learning English and growing a pair. You'll need it.
"if you want to get into a English ebate then I am not interested."
Well, I would say "you started it" but then I'd sound as silly as you. Remember when you decided to open the "ebate?":"And before Barmy corrects my grammer,..."
"English is my third language." Right. I'm sure you sound equally intelligent when expressing yourself in all of them.
My, my. The cartoon character's sidekick, Pancho, is really off on a fantasy trip while defending his special "friend." I can understand your bitterness towards teachers, but your fantasy about taxes and school districts and pensions sounds a little too explicit and personal. Is the trailer park raising the rent on your mobile home?
"So now his city or town will go bankrupt."
Wow. where do you live? Detroit? Beaver Poop, Iowa?
'I wonder if he can spell "Maggot". "
Someone seems to be in a world of pain. Just let it all out. You'll feel better. All your problems are really the fault of those smart kids who relentlessly bullied you when you rode past in that small school bus, aren't they? Time to get a refill on those meds, eh?
"many active traders call it a divvy."
Only the ones who actively trade (among other things) from a computer in mom's basement.
"Seriously, in all my years, I've never seen more amateurish attempts to get the price of a stock up."
Seriously, in all my years, I've never seen a lamer post on Yahoo trying to get the price of a stock down ... oh wait, there's no shortage of morons posting on Yahoo.
"just listening to new ideas and other peoples perspectives"
Well aren't you special? And not just because of your eccentric grasp of English.
"And before Barmy corrects my grammer,..."
It's spelled "grammar." Everyone makes typos, but not every error can be explained away as a typo.
Correcting spelling and grammar on Yahoo boards would keep a lot of people very busy.
Hardly an example of irony (coming from an adult (?) named after a cartoon character) and not really relevant to the point that the "divvy" writer is either illiterate or locked in a state of cutesy-infant-talk.
"not one Divvy has bounced."
Do you not know how to spell dividend or do you think it's cute to call it a "divvy?" Why not "stocky" and "optiony," "selly" and "buy-ey"too?
"Other than a couple of world wars, nothing bad has come of it."
Pretty sure that something more than the number of renters precipitated both wars and anyway, if your country is likely to be bombed into oblivion, you can walk away from a rental with less cost.
I doubt anyone wonders what you're missing. The wonder is that you're allowed to cross the street alone and that you're permitted to spend so much time standing outside elementary schools.
And you're pretty "special" too.
Now there's a descriptor you must have heard a lot from teachers and home care providers assigned to your case.