I have no aliases, and you have never provided any evidence anyway. You need to resist your paranoia. I am an honest man, FUDster. and will not stoop down to your level. I can make you look like a fool in a straight forward fashion. No funny business necessary. No smoke and mirrors. Just wit and wisdom. It is not my fault you can't deal with me like a man.
(delete now little man)
It makes no sense why YOU are constantly worrying about MY valuable/valueless time anyway ... Shouldn't you be conjuring up your next back dated paper trade?
If you wnat to keep track, this should help ... FUDster alias list:
2blackcats88 (imposter ID)
fishfart8 (imposter ID)
junglejim838 (imposter ID)
hardmentalman1 (imposter ID)
Better keep an eye on that BX ticker rookie ... Oh, but what about ESPN???
Apologies, I was mixed up on Wed. closing price. I was thinking it was ~32 but it was 31.08. So the setup at the open was OK and then trade odds improved significantly until about 10:00. None of those PUTs have closed out yet. So here we are at 11:45 and sitting back at ~31 again with the best setup for the day probably behind us at ~31.70.
Counter to last week, there are 10K PUTs open at 31.5, with relatively small open contracts at any other strike for both CALLs and PUT with about 1K CALLs open at 31., 31.5, and 32. Max pain is at 31.5. The only day trade play, based on options, is to go long if PPS drops below 31.5. Nothing really compelling though.
topgun - I have to disagree with your statement that the "stock" is immune to oil and gas. The COMPANY and it's profitability may be largely immune to oil and gas prices, but the "stock" has been beat down seemingly in part at least to the drop in oil and gas prices.
In all seriousness, this is why you have no credibility. When BX goes down you say it is because the market is always right and price reflects everything that is known about the company and when it goes up, you say it is because rookies are manning the trading desk.
This is total and shameless basher behavior, and quite easy to recognize.
I couldn't figure out which one(s)
I'll give an update on this one in a month ... it will be interesting to see if SEIC underperforms relative to the others as STT did after tagged as best of breed in August by the FUDster.
This could prove the FUDster to be a buy-high sell-low swing trader ...
proclaiming he is ignoring me. He doesn't seem to realize that actions speak louder than words.
Ignore away FUDster LOL
It does seem rather illogical doesn't it??? He can't help it. He has an IQ deficiency condition.
He is here because he is LONELY. Kind of sad, but I feel no sense of pity for him since he is a grade A D-bag.
"DEFINITION of 'Best Of Breed'
A stock that represents the most optimal investment choice for a specific sector or industry due to its high quality compared to its competitors. This slang is derived from dog shows, where the highest quality dog for each breed wins an award and is given the "best of breed" title.
BREAKING DOWN 'Best Of Breed'
Because most investors are faced with the problem of limited capital for investment purposes, it is important that their capital only be allocated to the best investments. Therefore, it is important to identify "best of breed" stocks.
Some criteria for determining whether a stock is the "best of breed" is by looking at its revenue growth, market share and corporate governance compared to its competition."
They are siting fundamental characteristics, not short term price action as criteria for assessing best of breed status. Thusly, the FUDster, a well documented technical trader, is not qualified to assess best of breed status. Of course, we already knew this.