Nope. You're not paying attention. I sold my puts at $32. (I know you don't understand, but for others, it's a flattening of a complex of short position that I opened at ~$62. Ton of upside.) Then I said I'm waiting for another short entry point. I'm still waiting. Long-term TWTR bear, short-term algo tactician, currently flat.
You, on the other hand, just wantonly post any lie that comes into your head. And yes, please, do buy. I want to take your money, again.
Translation: Three years of World of Warcraft and making sandwiches at Subway. Also, attended Robert Kiyosaki's seminar.
Oh, there you go -- when your predictions don't pan out, it's conspiracy time. Pathetically predictable.
Or rank character assassination or conspiracy theories or para-schizoid rants. Don't forget about those. Kibbs and I are supposedly the same person. (Does that count as conspiracy or multiple personality?)
Seriously, this board is like a Chamber of Horrors of muddy thinking, self-deception and over-the-top confirmation bias on the long side. It's quite incredible. I've followed a number of Yahoo Finance chat boards over the last decade or so, and this is, hands-down, the most toxic.
... and he kisses his mother with that mouth?
Kibbs, this is hardly new; the magical thinkers are always over-represented on the long side, and the hardball analytics people are always over-represented on the short side. It's the nature of the financial ecology of the market. But the hordes of folks who "just feel good about Twitter" are rampant these days. You should take that as validation. Being on the other side of the crowd -- especially the crowd here on the unusually septic Yahoo chat boards -- is almost always a winning proposition.
If only we could stop engaging these fools. It's a lesson I periodically need to re-learn. There are some truly toxic/stupid/insane people on this board (I don't need to give you a list, you know who they are) and there is no convincing them. Corner them, they change the subject; press them for justification, they re-write history; ask them for logic, they respond with superstition. There's no winning. Just take comfort in the fact that they are re-pricing themselves into financial oblivion with every passing minute. It'll happen, but not soon enough for you or me.
... can't even put together a couple of green days, while the indices hit new heights.
So, what was all this talk about TWTR going to 100 Real Soon Now?