It will be fun to be on the same team again. Just like the old days.
never knew there were so many sensitive people here.
calm down you guys, it's only money.
most of these sad sacks haven't touched this stock since the 4's.
Talk about reveling in past glory. truly pathetic. But I too remember the old days more fondly than they were.
To think people here are still living in 2012 makes my stomach turn.
These crybabies couldn't trade a stock if it came wrapped with a stick of gum!
If you find yourself buying again, only to be rejected, you are truly worthy of scorn!
I can't wait to laugh in your face!
Come on balless ones, post your trades. put up or shut up. you fool no one with your desperate pumping garbage.
nope just dumped some PAL for a quick trick last week. there are too many criminally stupid corporations to bilk. I feel like a Roman on a rampage.
i would only recommend shorting after it gets rejected for the third time at $8.20. There is no sense gambling on it. Either it happens, or it doesn't. We shall see very soon. Then the fun begins.
This is what separates me from the hopeful gamblers. And why i am so successful. Timing is important, but not as important as well established rules.
it has not come back yet.
remember before that, all the crizebebes were saying - when will this POS go above $8???
hopes and dreams.
European investors have discovered brilliance in simplicity. Europe's leading export to the U.S. is rubes.
Maybe we should change our currency to the ruble.
That is like saying - I am going to give nokia $1 of my money because i think their $1 is worth much more than my $1.
But that would be a real mess wouldn't it? They could dump all the way down to $3. and still make money.
Man, would i be laughing if that happened!
Which one of you dopes jumped in at $7.99 this morning?
it's not bragging if you are just stating facts. But as we see every day, whining about everything, even when you are winning, is common among the crizbebe crowd that infests this board.
And in that case, rubbing their nose in it is the only effective communication that brings them back to reality.
While it may be expedient to stop the bleeding, relegating the largest cell phone manufacturer in the world to the trash heap is no way to measure success.
With NOTHING to replace it. At least I admit to being a carpetbagger. But, I have more common sense than to be the last man in on this ponzi scheme.
Nokia's days are numbered. As are yours.