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collieman83 7 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 18, 2014 2:16 PM Member since: Jun 7, 2011
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    IF THIS STOCK IS SO BAD, THEN HOW COME THE CEO

    by bejupete Jun 18, 2014 1:39 PM
    collieman83 collieman83 Jun 18, 2014 2:16 PM Flag

    With 40% of the stock in a short position, you are going to see the Mother of all Short Squeezes.

  • My wife gave me a book that came with Gold Leaf pressed on the cover that read, ALL YOU EVER NEED TO KNOW TO WIN IN THE STOCK MARKET.
    It came with extra Gold Leaf so you can add ON THE COVER ( as an example), BY JAMES JONES.
    I told my guests who came to dinner on X-MAS, that I had written a book, and after viewing the cover they all believed me.
    After dinner, I opened the book to show them my writing. The book contained all blank pages.

  • I am an investor in FB and want to know how if this App will hurt the company, since most of their income
    comes from advertising.
    It must not be too much of an issue or more stories would appear concerning its use.
    Do I have to worry?
    Please, I have a lot of money invested, so I hope those who really know will respond.
    Thanks in advance.

  • When Gold was at $1250 he said it was going up to $2000.
    Now he says it's going down to $900. Go to Yahoo main page and type in "Jim Rogers Predicts Gold at $900."

    Why these people are listened to is beyond me. I swear that once Wall Street writes up some idiot who lucked out on a call, they become famous because the public needs someone to lead them.

    It happens every night when CNBC presents Jim Cramer as their "expert". It has been proven time and time again that he is right 50% of the time, but people just have to believe they have found someone who is always right.

    If there is any lesson to be learned, just know there is no such thing as an "expert" in the stock market.

  • I always die laughing when i see news photos of "sheeple" lined up to buy the newest I-Phone.
    I have a plain Verizon Phone with which I receive and send phone calls and messages. All the rest of your so called Apps are unnecessary. It wasn't too long ago that no one had a Cell Phone.
    I am using this example to show why I own my home outright, own a new car for which I paid cash, have vacationed 36 countries in the last 20 years, all from eliminating the unnecessary junk from my life.
    I have a son and daughter who are both broke, and even though they both have good jobs, the credit card companies own them. They are always complaining about not having any money, but at the same time buy hundreds of items that don't mean squat when it comes to living a good life.
    Are you part of this misfit generation?

  • No one even discusses a Stock Market Crash any more.
    The public has now become immune that the Stock Market has kept climbing while (look around you) while the real economy is deteriorating. The printing of money is the only thing that has supported this phony Stock Market.
    Never mind that the job participation rate is at its lowest since the Great Depression. All government
    statistics are now skewed to report them leaving out that the poverty rate (which has been climbing every year since 1955) and that 40% of citizens are receiving food stamps and hundreds of varied Government Assistance.
    The media only reports what is given to them by a lying Government. People beware!

  • Forget it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    This is your last chance of getting in at a cheap price for the world's premier car maker.
    It will go to 500 and then split 3/1.

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