Anyone know how many millions of shares have been sold short on CNDO? On Yahoo Finance it appears to indicate over 6 million shares on shorted. That would be about 20% of the outstanding shares of CNDO.
We may have a 'melt up' coming in CNDO.
If CNDO can't get any traction with the stock market at historic highs and making new highs every day, It's a sure bet that it will take a year or two for this baby to heal. Put it away and forget about it until 2015. You win some and you lose some, this baby has gone into a deep sleep for the next 1 or 2 years.
Anyone who would shell out $499 or $599 for an iPad when you can buy a Nook HD Color for only $149-$179 has got to be nuts. Paying an extra $300 or $400 just for the Apple logo so they can consider themselves 'cool' is something that is also nuts. Whenever I see someone with an Apple product, I think they must have skipped economics in school.
I was not interested in taking out health insurance with Health Net but rather buying stock in the company. However, after reading those online reviews I wouldn't touch this Health Net stock under any circumstances.
Look for Amazon to pick up some of the stores on the cheap. Amazon, I believe, will want to have some brick and mortar outlets going forward. They'll be looking to move in on Costco, Walmart, Sam's Club and Target. Right now, it's just a waiting game for JCP to fold.
Whether the stock market goes up, down or sideways, it's the same story with ING funds. It's a matter of how low can they go. Where is the SEC oversight??? Isn't there some justification for an investigation???
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Anyone who bought stocks in mid-1929 and held onto them saw most of his or her adult life pass by before getting back to even.
Sadly, JCP doesn't have much at all to offer the shopping public. I wouldn't buy this stock even below $1 dollar. The big names hyping
..............ING Funds are a joke. They have no credibility whatsoever. No one follows them, no one cares to invest in them, no one knows they even exist. So what's the point?
Prospects going forward would strongly suggest otherwise. A truly strong stock with strong fundamentals would be going up in a market selloff instead of going down as Apple is doing. Happy talk doesn't translate into profits.
You'll find your answer by visiting an Apple retail store or outlet. From my personal observation, the number of potential customers in these outlets is less than half of what it was a year ago. So, what do you think is the best way to go, long or short? This is not a trick question and you don't even have to be a grade school graduate to know the answer.
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