But, I always stick to my plan, and after 10 days of playing with this, I think they will take it lower by Christmas.
No, not the jeans, - the stock. Probably better to wait for the day after Christmas sale on this one.
I didn't lose any. So, I guess on balance, we're good. Right?
Of course I'm willing to bet most rubes had no idea what interest, or how much debt is involved. I've only been warning about it since the TAKEUNDER.
Too soon to move in on this stock. I have just downgraded it, in defiance of the 1 "analyst" who told you to buy. Tell you what, I'll put a couple of orders in for Monday's panic sell. One for .42 and one at .30
I think this qualifies as a prophetic statement. Not sure why I missed picking up JOEZ at .63, I was too busy flipping Newmont.
To think I got a thumbs down for trying to save some hapless rubes MILLIONS!
Investors will likely lose 10x this amount trying to trade this stuff over the next 6 months.
Quite frankly I am shocked... and appalled.
The question is,,, Would you pay $10B to own $100B of dirt? If the Swiss are smart, they will start buying at fire-sale prices and keep jkelly drunk.
Oh, it was. Actually it is a whole string of yesterdays going back 3 years or more.
Or will BAM just write a check?
I think a single check would kill less trees.
Holey smokes hammer! how did you get so low? Best I could do was around .67 and that was after bailing at the (not so) recent high. No wonder you are so keen on this stock. Having no downside is a good place to be.
I don't think you are the only one. In fact, I would guess there are 10's of thousands of investors who will be just as disappointed as you after another routine, underwhelming report, delivered as low key and lackluster as only the Finns can manage.
It seems a Finnish business executive makes a stoic British chap look like an hysterical women by comparison. Don't let any of this bother you. Just get on the right side of the current trend and ride it. Everyone else in the world does.
You may think as a partial owner of this company, that i would bear some responsibility for its proper operation. The truth is, I am just going to extract whatever scraps of arbitrage I can and walk away smiling.
My guess is quite a bit. Driving the price of gold into the ground so I could buy it, before selling it back to morons for twice the price is a good trick. I always considered the Swiss to be rational thinkers, perhaps I am a bad judge of character.
I guess it depends on how fast Newmont can dig. When I was a kid we had quarters made out of actual silver. In the United States, we were able to convince our moron children that a coin made of copper and nickel is worth 25 cents of silver.
Now, if the German kids are as stupid as our kids, maybe they will let us get away with remelting their serialized gold bars and replacing it with zinc.
Maybe Obama will Nationalize NEM, like he did GM. There's a lot of talking heads that that say that was a good idea.
I never imagined the world would be so topsy turvey as St Paul described, but it seems there is a lot of "rendering unto Ceaser"
Look again hammer, ROX is almost the opposite of JOEZ. Sure, they struggled for years to get their business in order. But is was never a smoke and mirrors game for them. Phil Frost wouldn't stand for a buy under to another company to satisfy the divorce decree of a has been owner. Alas, ROX was just another one that i gave up way too early on. Although flipping that stock between 25 and 35 cents was as regular as going to the bank.