The only deal CRM could possibly have would be more dilutive to the stock. Taking on any more debt would be detrimental to CRM. Pumps will be sold. This morning is an example of that.
Though I've closed out my LULU and other puts, including CRM puts, I'm holding CRM stock short because, though it's not nearly the size of the position I had and covered on that pre-split dip to 121. It's funny that pumpers make up stories and will continue to while institutions try to pump the stock and then sell as high as they can.
BTW, where is the post about having sold TSLA at 185?
Watch out when institutions lighten their positions. It's possible that is what has pushed CRM down today after a fast and tiny bounce. I made money on CRM as well as two other stocks in less than 90 minutes this morning. Perhaps institutions will continue to pump, but will they be selling on each pump?
Also, while the company would like us to concentrate on the new employees, what about the departing employees? How many shares have been sold and how many more will be sold because of this. Also, why are officers leaving? Is there any type of agreement in which departing executives don't discuss issues at the company for a certain amount of time? I'm referring to such agreements because some companies have such agreements with departing employes and not that I've read that about H.K. or any other departing officers or executives.
Actually, you have the "one sided" part backwards. One example is that the statistics shown on Yahoo aren't correct and what's incorrect favors your type of pump. 1. The short ratio is wrong because it seems to be based on dividing the pre-split number of shares by the post-split number of shares. Despite posts about this for many weeks, the figure hasn't be corrected. According to Yahoo, many statistics shown regarding stocks are supplied by the companies themselves. Where is the responsibility? Is a certain executive supposed to provide that figure? Also, there are other figures that are reversed in ways that have IMHO misrepresent CRM's actual situation.
In addition to all that, CRM's revenues reported have not led to GAAP earnings in this 13 year old company and a company representative has even acknowledged that GAAP earnings aren't expect for at least years.
When estimates for any real earnings are pushed out 2, 3, 4 or more years, some analysts would claim that means that there is no certainty the company will ever have earnings.
How many of your statements are lies? I don't know, but I do know that I had one CELG put briefly over a week ago and was in and out of a couple of puts at a time weeks ago when CELG was dropping into the 130's and again twice after there were rallies from around 150 down a few points. I made more money from those puts than I lost from the one measly put I held briefly over a week ago. Of course you conveniently forgot that I first went long CELG in 2009 when it was under 50. At 150+ it has become a momo stock, currently supported by IBD, but likely going down fast at some point in the future. It's too dangerous to be long or short in that stock now because it can move a few points in either direction fast and could collapse if there's any discussion of negotiating drug prices.
I'm proud that I don't lie. I'm proud that I don't have to have a bevy of number combinations following a user name.
You were told before and are being told again now the details of my experience with CELG. I don't have a position in it and I haven't had a position in it this week. Some people might lie and give fake numbers of where they bought CELG today and then sold it. I won't lie. I didn't do anything with CELG today.
I wonder why someone would get away for the weekend and then post on the weekend. I checked this site now because I was checking e-mail and decided to check this site. I'm on my way out and won't check this site for at around 48 hours. I assume you'll have won a boatload by then.
Getting into that stock on that dip was good and it's possible Jana accumulated shares around that time. Selling into the announcement significant bounce after hours makes sense, The timing of the announcement is still sneaky. Actually, it could be a gift for longs wishing to exit because it's likely the stock will pull back next week ((at least intraday) from the excessive after hours price.
Also, is it reasonable to expect a departing executive to sell most or all of his or her shares of stock in the company? An active insider seller who's departing still has a large position. Will the position be sold and at what pace?
I don't have a position in Outerwall (formerly Coinstar), but it's interesting that an announcement came out at the end of the day and ahead of a weekend about a large institutional position taken in the position. Also, there's comments and an article about a deal CRM has invested in. CRM involvement is listed along with comments about institutional involvement. Is that meant to make people forget that CRM doesn't have money to spend unless it's through diluting shares of stock by issuing more or by adding to debt? The comments about start-ups reminds me how overpriced, 13 year old CRM is.
An answer to that wouldn't prove anything, of course, since flight numbers are available on-line. He's likely flew in first class.LOL
I started a put position on LULU, assuming the recent pump was over. I've read that some (who may want to exit as high as possible) expect laid off employees to exercise more. Maybe they'll exercise more, but why would someone who isn't receiving a paycheck this week buy LULU apparel for exercising. WMT and other low end stores are likely to get such business, if there's any business to be had from the Government shut down. I wouldn't expect gym memberships to increase either because of the shut down, though current members may use the gym more.
I don't have a position in LULU now. I question the comment that LULU yoga pants can withstand years of wear and washing. I don't know what kind of magic material can make their yoga pants worth 4 times the price of other yoga pants. But pump it up more and I will be attracted to short it.
For me, that happened in May. Fortunately, the beast didn't run in front of my car. It crashed into the right front fender and right side of the car. It was weird to hear and feel a crash and not see an object in front of me. By the time I glanced to the right, the buck was gone. I didn't see it, but the police officer who stopped when I was trying to regain my composure after pulling over to the side of the road called it a buck and a buck had made it to the other side of the road before the other buck crashed into my vehicle.
BTW, insurance, at least USAA, considers such a crash not chargeable. I guess it's because there can't be a "he said, she said" situation. I didn't have to pay the deductible either. I was lucky because people have been severely injured or even killed in such accidents. Now, I go slowly through certain areas and with anything less than perfect light, put my high beams/brights on (and off only when approaching an oncoming vehicle.
I agree that eggs from local (in some cases just within the state) chickens that are allowed to graze with room to move, etc. taste better. Also, we care about animals and don't want to contribute to any suffering or confinement.
Though I closed out my October MON puts around 9:45 (EDT) this morning, I think there could be bumps that hurt MON. How much they sell throughout the world next year or in future years is something I can't answer. However, lurking lawsuits could hurt MON during the remainder of 2013 and into 2014. MON may be seen as something of a bully. I
As a former insurance agent and as the spouse of a physician I find your comment offensive. It's also inaccurate about when people with pre-existing conditions will have access to insurance. That's January 1. Since I have excellent health insurance I'm noIt shopping for health insurance and didn't access exchanges, but I know that conditions as common as Cesarean section deliveries can make a person ineligible for health insurance. I also know that I couldn't sell health insurance to some clients (willing and able to pay for it) such as a cancer survivor who had been symptom free for 5 years. I haven't been correct on recent twists and turns of CRM, but I have the quality of compassion.