Yeah I kinda hear ya, but what if borrowed shares keeps going up. I've always wondered why these shorts keep pounding on telecoms. They did it with this one especially. I know we aren't supposed to care about shorts, but why question is two fold. 1) When the stock went from $10/sh down to $3ish, Shorts were all over it. Of course they made money. 2) Now that the stock has stabilized, why are they still hitting it? ---- I think we spoke before, back with the Boston thing, Remember? Do you have any insights on that? Why is the short interest continue to go up? Thanks cd
Lee, Here's one for you. The cat trap
Dinx - I know you replied to sage but here's the deal. We all averaged down after the merger. OK. The ones who stayed in. That's the only way I stayed afloat. Yes you can probably quote me on that as well. Your intentional 'ha ha's' are not welcome. I did what I had to do.. I am up at least 7% right now but a lot more on other stocks. Do you write for Seeking Alpha too? Please quit being so sensitive. You've been here long enough to know better. Sage has his own portfolio to manage. Why do you need to stick it in his face every time he posts.
What do you have against me, I like you... You have good thoughts and ideas. I read your comments and I appreciate them. Why would you post something like this on a free message board? Maybe take it up at the next Y-HOO board meeting in Silicon Valley. I am sure they would like to hear all about it.
IBM US runs most of Telecoms SS7 Network. Network designed by model to connect a call within milliseconds. 10ths of a second. Before someone goes all spastic on me, I worked the network and the structure is intact. It was mandated by the FCC to be the norm if that makes sense.
Sage. Remember the rule. You can convince people some of the time but you can't convince people all of the time. lol. Gypsy just doesn't know you are younger than me... He has no clue b/c he didn't do his DD. Or maybe he did. However... With that being said, WHERE IS THE PLANE. Like I said over on IBM. Once IBM drops to 150 I'm in guys. They still have over 3000 patents, even though they sold the PC division to Lenovo (China) OOPS -- However they still run the SS7 Network telecom believe it or not....I see the Watson big picture too. Also whats up with the 20 passengers on board that worked for the WE crew. We're all a little startled by what is going on, forgive me please. IMO. Later, CD
Sage........ I think we've taking a beating long enough, and if I get a chance I will get in there.. Gosh this must suck today for these short guys. Where is bswiththebest anyway. I will stick up for you and even Owens lol
Owens... Pls Go to Bing Search and type 'desperate definition' --- Then come back and let us know about the train .. IMO you are about as smart as a train going backwards.. Jeesh
Really? ... You must be getting desperate haha
* despairing: overwhelmed with urgency and anxiety, to the point of losing hope
* as last resort: so drastic or reckless as to be suitable only for a last resort
** extreme: extremely difficult, serious, or dangerous
it's a gyro spin per the Charts today. It looks like something isn't going so good for shorts. ha
It was me. LOL... No, not saying that I am not surprised. I like this stock b/c it's a Winner.
HUH? Go back to WIN and let us know. I thought you were a little smarter than that?
Nice.... Same here. I guess tony has a bone to pick. I see your web site Tony. I thought it was IOWA dodge or something like that, recalling from 3 or so years ago. So now2000p, you are in the game? -- Thanks for the update. Yeah I did the same thing with Caterpillar. Of course my Verizon I always ride that one out until the end. Where is the end. Hey Dinx, if you are reading this I did post over on IBM -- the First time but I couldn't get any updates about the crash plane issue.. Would be curious to think your take since an IBM EXEC was on board. WOW. What messed up country we are living in. Later guys thanks. cd
- From Dailymail UK @ 16:34 ET 3/8/14
An American national working for IBM in Malaysia has been identified as one of the passengers traveling aboard the Malaysian Airlines plane that vanished off the coast of Vietnam as new information concerning stolen passports has raised fears that it may have been an act of terror.
Philip Wood, 51, was identified as the only adult passenger traveling on a U.S. passport on Flight MH307. Two other American travelers have been named as toddlers Leo Meng, 2, and Nicole Meng, 4.
Earlier today, two oil slicks were spotted by the Vietnamese air force earlier today, as the major search and rescue operation was launched when the aircraft disappeared shortly after losing contact with air traffic controllers... more