I'm going to just watch for now.
I overslept this morning.
I'm having my first cup of coffee now.
Still all cash.
She's had two little dips. [10:47 a.m. ET]
I'm hoping for another dip. (Am I too greedy?)
Good luck to all.
Unfortunately, I got here late, so I haven't bought calls yet. Waiting for a dip or two before getting in.
If she doesn't dip well today, I will let her go (without me) today.
She is completely demoralized.
Just fooling around with her wishy-washy feelings.
. . . she won't test $128.21 today.
Sybil: "Today could be it.... "
Hmmm . . . even you get demoralized, huh? Hahaha . . . You usually say something like, "Today is IT, kids! Watch what Sybil does. You've been warned!"
Hahaha . . .
May surge three points or plunge a couple of points. Or this quietness may continue to the close.
I can't decide what to buy, puts or calls.
Just watching now. (Seriously, though.)
Like techstrategy, Sybil is trying to get her ego trip by shorting popular stocks. The stocks they short must be the stocks of well-known companies that ordinary people love. She wants to feel her superiority by going against the masses and winning at the end. Of course, as we have witnessed over the years, they lose at the end.