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donald_sharp007 35 posts  |  Last Activity: 22 hours ago Member since: Nov 2, 2012
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  • Reply to

    how many people are actually on this board?

    by kbkhkmartz Feb 25, 2015 11:26 AM
    donald_sharp007 donald_sharp007 22 hours ago Flag

    Nice try! Investment is near flat over the past several months is it. In January it dropped to $48 (over 15% drop). Curious to know the number you would sell at? Knowing that a real threat to AIG's balance sheet is in the hands of the courts is it your recommendation that people just hold and potentially watch 30% wiped off the SP. You really are a scumbog misleading average investors on this board. Begone!

  • Reply to

    how many people are actually on this board?

    by kbkhkmartz Feb 25, 2015 11:26 AM
    donald_sharp007 donald_sharp007 22 hours ago Flag

    Well you and your boiler room buddies j0n_41895 irepoyou2 and kbhhkmartz seem to think it affects the SP. Or should I say your paymaster thinks so. I would love to know how much you get paid to spam this board. Begone you snake oil salespeople!

  • donald_sharp007 by donald_sharp007 Mar 2, 2015 6:10 AM Flag

    Following the merger surely NXP will be a shoe in for any Apple car products. Already in iphones and watch with Senseg tech for the haptics too. Likely the secure element for homekit via next Apple tv update (maybe revealed next week). Regardless, this is the most fun stock I own and has a pretty darn exciting future imo. Happy days!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    stange action today..

    by sam_0534 Feb 4, 2015 4:15 PM
    donald_sharp007 donald_sharp007 Feb 27, 2015 11:31 AM Flag

    Board beware of spammer irepoyou2, he's crawling the AIG board under this and many other user names. j0n_48195 and iq_investment_tw to name but a few. One tees up the question for the other to respond with their sales pitch of the day. Sadly too much spam on the boards...

  • Reply to

    how many people are actually on this board?

    by kbkhkmartz Feb 25, 2015 11:26 AM
    donald_sharp007 donald_sharp007 Feb 27, 2015 10:40 AM Flag

    Well Luther and kbkh... Seems like you used up the j0n, Fabricone and Cocktion_alpha juice for now. If it looks like a pumper, talks like one then... Whatever you guys are paid its too much as this board has been so spammy as to make your's meaningless. Why don't you put your savings into AIG and watch it stagnate for another 18 mos with less than 1% div. Hey maybe the 20% SP drop from the Mr Burns suit will somehow endear you to the board. Happy spamming and smiley faces to all your boilerroom aliases :) Your shadow!

  • donald_sharp007 donald_sharp007 Feb 25, 2015 9:07 PM Flag

    Well bless my soul, I doubt your paymaster indemnifies you for slander. Better to focus on stagnating stock price (for 18 mos.) and div under 1% not to mention lack of movement of loss ratios.
    ps. you previously wrote you were not a lawyer and sought advice from the board on Starr's potential for success. Curious how you now refer to that possibility as now being close to zero. Law journal articles do not concur my dear bot. As I said before, I am your shadow. Keep pumping as your bedfellow iq-investment-tw would say

  • Reply to

    how many people are actually on this board?

    by kbkhkmartz Feb 25, 2015 11:26 AM
    donald_sharp007 donald_sharp007 Feb 25, 2015 1:13 PM Flag

    j0n is probably busy writing under his Market Pulse alias Orthokneepa :)

  • Reply to

    AER & AIG

    by iq_investement_tw Feb 20, 2015 4:18 PM
    donald_sharp007 donald_sharp007 Feb 25, 2015 10:33 AM Flag

    Hey, j0n_48195 I thought you were retiring from the board for a while? Can't keep track of your aliases. Anyway, AIG could easily drop 20% or more depending on the Starr verdict which would doubtless go to appeal. Maybe the case will be dropped if Mr Burns kicks the bucket but I'm not prepared to rely on that eventuality, are you? Your narrative focuses on the slow and steady sale of AERCAP rather than the elephant in the room, Starr. Your paymasters instruct you to misdirect the average investor on these boards in support of their position. As this board has now become about you so you are not doing your job. As I said before, begone weasel! Your Shadow :)

  • donald_sharp007 donald_sharp007 Feb 25, 2015 10:14 AM Flag

    So you couldn't resist using another alias? Lutherhgillis_pi, iq-investment_tw, momentum_play, Cocktion_Alpha, j0n_48195 and many more. For someone so adamant that these boards are meaningless why oh why are you and your cohorts trolling them 24/7. If I were your employer I'd seek reimbursement for a job poorly done. In fact, people on here may only be posting to wind you up :) (smiley face for you j0n). Dividend of ~

  • donald_sharp007 donald_sharp007 Feb 24, 2015 8:33 PM Flag

    Check BB's post earnings interviews from Aug 1 2013 and note how he enthused over teh virtues and importance of returning capital to investors. I have not seen any such enthusiasm from PH. Maybe you should discuss further with your friend j0n_48195 :)

  • Reply to

    to spambot j0n

    by kbkhkmartz Feb 24, 2015 1:34 PM
    donald_sharp007 donald_sharp007 Feb 24, 2015 4:29 PM Flag

    j0n_48195, iq_investment_tw, cocktion_alpha - quit trolling the boards under these or your other aliases. Lowlives should stay low but I've a feeling you will be popping up again. Oh, and by the way, what you write is nothing more than paid spam and should not be confused with an investment thesis. We will be keeping an eye out for your writings and calling you and your paymasters out. Begone weasels!

  • Reply to

    AER & AIG

    by iq_investement_tw Feb 20, 2015 4:18 PM
    donald_sharp007 donald_sharp007 Feb 24, 2015 2:04 PM Flag

    Its the muppet show again. j0n_4819, iq_investment_tw and other boiler room spammers need to get a new job. Trolling the boards 24/7 and say they don't get paid but are just here to share their perspective with the board. Oh, the humanity :) Trolls begone...

  • Under Bob Benmosche, holders of AIG warrants were universally confident though that is no longer the case. Mr Benmosche was insistent upon returning capital to shareholders as quickly as possible. With Mr Hancock that urgency has dissipated as the pace of value release through dividends and buybacks takes a back burner. AIG has been range bound for 18 months (~$48-$56) and with little sign of a quick turnaround the time for warrant holders to worry is now. Until this ship turns better returns can be found in many other places particularly the unencumbered interest rate play. I really hope Warrant holders make it over the finish line but its too big a gamble for me :)

  • Reply to

    AER & AIG

    by iq_investement_tw Feb 20, 2015 4:18 PM
    donald_sharp007 donald_sharp007 Feb 24, 2015 1:32 PM Flag

    I'm beginning to think iq_investment_tw and j0n_49185 are just spambots. I get replies from both within minutes whether midnight on weekend or Tuesday lunchtime. Well I talk to my dog sometimes so here goes - AT THIS POINT IN TIME AIG IS DEAD MONEY - MONKEYS THROWING DARTS AT BOARDS CAN FIND BETTER RETURNS. IF YOU WANT TO PROFIT FROM AERCAP BUY AERCAP STOCK NOT AIG STOCK. I use the caps for emphasis and because you guys are DEAF. I hope you guys are NOT WARRANT holders. Be in touch again soon boys!

  • Reply to

    AER & AIG

    by iq_investement_tw Feb 20, 2015 4:18 PM
    donald_sharp007 donald_sharp007 Feb 24, 2015 12:57 PM Flag

    Wonderful, AERCAP is now only down 8% from its high. Hancock says AERCAP is not burning a hole in his pocket which is bad news for stock and in particular warrant holders. Depending on the Starr verdict, the AerCap investment and much more may be needed to indemnify the Gvt. in the region of $25Billion. There must surely be safer way to make money...

  • Under Bob Benmosche, holders of AIG warrants were universally confident in their ultimate value. Mr Benmosche was insistent upon returning capital to shareholders as quickly as possible. With Mr Hancock that urgency has been lost as the pace of value release through dividends and buybacks will take a back burner. AIG has been range bound for 18 months (~$48-$56) and with little sign of a quick turnaround the time for warrant holders to worry is now. Until this ship turns the best way to profit is through AIG puts or an unincumbered interest rate play. I really hope Warrant holders make it over the finish line but its too big a gamble for me :)

  • Reply to

    AER & AIG

    by iq_investement_tw Feb 20, 2015 4:18 PM
    donald_sharp007 donald_sharp007 Feb 22, 2015 8:12 AM Flag

    Jon_49195, IQ-Investment, Fabricone1 and your other half dozen aliases. You and your deutchebag co-workers are on here 24/7 for years and spew your garbage at all hours day and night, weekend and holidays included. Interestingly, I posted the above at 9.30pm last night, you responded just after midnight with five additional thumbs down by 6am on Sunday morning. That there be the actions of a boiler room. If you guys are based in India I hope that $2 an hour goes further than it does here! Going forward you will be hearing a lot more from me my dear boy...

  • Reply to

    AER & AIG

    by iq_investement_tw Feb 20, 2015 4:18 PM
    donald_sharp007 donald_sharp007 Feb 20, 2015 9:29 PM Flag

    My word J0n_48195 - why do you always use the same iq-investment alias to tee up your questions. If I were the company paying you to troll these boards I would not be a happy camper!

  • Reply to

    The iCar is Apples Secondary Goal

    by donald_sharp007 Feb 20, 2015 8:49 PM
    donald_sharp007 donald_sharp007 Feb 20, 2015 9:24 PM Flag

    If someone is giving a thumbs down then at least give a rationale. Unless your paymasters don't want this logic pursued in public.

  • donald_sharp007 by donald_sharp007 Feb 20, 2015 8:49 PM Flag

    Its really difficult to comprehend analysts' ability to see the small picture when it comes to recent Apple Car stories. Tesla's long term focus is on becoming the world's preeminent battery company and in some ways is a proxy for Solar-city. One battery format for cars and homes all powered by SolarCity panels. Apples meeting with Musk was to gain access to Giga factory production. It failed and subsequently Apple went nuclear on Tesla from a battery perspective. If Apple wants to truly control the iHome it must lead in the battery space and this is why, imho, First Solar (and not Tesla) will likely be their first large purchase. If Apple makes the best batteries for houses and cars, then the BMW's of the world will be obliged to use CarPlay (and its later iterations) as well as pay for their batteries. Carmakers will design the cars and end up becoming commodities. At some point in the future I will moving half my money out of Apple and into First Solar. How about them Apples :)

    Sentiment: Buy

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