"I know exactly what I have paid for everything I buy and sell just ask my CPA"
ok. whats his name and number.
i'm a CPA and have no problems talking to other accountants.
well, if you have no idea what your purchase price was, how do you know you lost 8%?
i know, i know. we should just take your word for it. afterall, you've been so honest.
which reminds me: what did you pay for F? $10??
and made so many bad calls.
he's a contrarian. anyone that has traded alongside Yahoo finance in the last 2 years would have made a lot of money shorting gold, silver, and oil and been long stocks. i wasnt long stocks, but i was short silver and oil. so, my gains have been pretty nice.
of course, those positions are the exact opposites of what aapljack has been doing.
and now yahoo is calling for another severe downturn in oil prices.
maybe this time is different and you should go opposite yahoo finance and long oil????
i bet dez and larry are desperately hoping for this time to be different so their energy stocks dont get pummeled any more.
so, larry finally answers. he covered for an 8% loss.
now, time to have fun with the stupid drunk:
Larry, if you lost 8%, what was the price when you covered? and what was the date???
i would love for you or any of the board losers (dez and dave) to actually go back and find my "top calls".
good luck. there are very few of them and each was followed with a sharp correction.
it wont drop 80% after this bubble is popped. probably only 40-60% drop next time.
see aapljack, it is different this time.
you fat, lazy, stupid pig.
looks like the moral of the story:
a lot of sheep lined up for the slaughter in energy.
if only someone could have told them in early October that oil was broken and heading much lower.....
obviously, i am the only one smart enough to short oil ahead of the carnage. all thanks to something as simple as looking at the monthly chart in oil.
larry takes solace in knowing everyone is as dumb as him. in other words, he is a happy little sheep.
chicago PMI crashes. i guess that explains why there is no traffic in chicago these days. sucks for all the people that are out of work. but, great for me and my commute.
is there someone holding a gun to your head, forcing you to read my posts?
the thread is pretty obvious what i am discussing, if you're not interested, dont click the link.
you think i read buzz's posts or the spam posts that appear on the board. not clicking on those is easier than pointing to the post and clicking.
i wonder if larry even knows the dividend has been slashed. yahoo still shows $3. they're only off by 80%.
this is true. but, apparently there are at least 2 delusional folks on this board that think this dead horse is ready to win the Derby.
So, they piled on debt so they could buyback shares and pay dividends while their owners could dump their stock. Peasants like larry will hold this horrid stock until they file BR in a year or 2. Now, their debt is junk status and their interest expense will increase significantly ( 50%) when it comes time to refi all that cheap debt.
Add in the horrible demand and supply picture for oil, and I can't find 1 long term reason to hold this. It may bounce here and there, but anyone looking at the chart can see it will be heading much lower in the future.
insiders sell their personal shares while using corporate funds for buybacks. and when they dont have cash, they borrow to further leverage their company with debt that will provide zero future benefits.
its a great ponzi. the fed has done a great job of ensuring the top 1% are further enriched while the bottom 90% suffer. just ask HPQ shareholders vs HPQ employees.