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genetz2003 12 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 24, 2014 6:26 PM Member since: Sep 21, 2005
  • genetz2003 genetz2003 Jul 24, 2014 6:26 PM Flag

    Over the years Cramer's advice on buying and selling stocks has been beneficial, however, a monkey could do just as well as selecting stocks.

    JC must own a lot of stock in NBC to keep his show, as well as having his old hack Stephanie Link hawking stocks in the morning. I think she is in last place out of 10 traders in selecting stocks on Half Time.

  • genetz2003 genetz2003 May 30, 2014 2:09 PM Flag

    Well said. I sure hope she does not screw up the Alibaba IPO. My finger is on the sell button as soon as Ali goes public.

    That moron Myers will definitely lose everything Yahoo gets from that transaction.

    Dumb broad.

  • genetz2003 genetz2003 May 30, 2014 2:06 PM Flag

    Hopefully the Board will fire the incompetent Marissa Myers so we can get back to the "old" yahoo.

    Myers totally screwed up Yahoo mail just as she did the finance section.

    I can't wait until the Alibaba IPO goes green so I can get the hell out of Yahoo. That is the only reason I am holding on, but, if Myers could screw up anything, she will do it in a way to make lose money on the Alibaba IPO.

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    by composerx1 May 30, 2014 1:52 PM
    genetz2003 genetz2003 May 30, 2014 2:03 PM Flag

    Marissa Myers. Ever since she arrived trying to change a good product, Yahoo, into Google, she has shown her incompetence.

    As soon as the Alibaba IPO is done, I am getting out of Yahooo.

    Myers has the kiss of death.

  • On March 3, I bought 235 shares at $29.80, then thinking Divergent would be a hit, on 3/21 I bought another 245 shares at $28.60 and two days later another 255 shares at $27.50.

    Realizing my mistake, on 4/26 I unloaded my 255 shares and another 245 a few days ago. Since I made a few bucks, I was happy not to lose any money.

    When this POS began rising the past few days I decided to roll the dice on the last 235 shares, thinking LGF would pop to $31 by Monday if the quarterly report was good.

    Based upon experience I should have unloaded a the COB today, before this POS plunged 6%.

    IMO, LGF will see $24 before it sees $31, so, I will take the loss tomorrow and get the hell out.

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    some one unloading 313000 shares now

    by May 29, 2014 1:25 PM
    genetz2003 genetz2003 May 29, 2014 2:55 PM Flag

    It has been asked, "why is everyone running away now?"

    The answer is simple, look at its reputation, the CEO's lack thereof, etc.

    The CEO's pump it, then tell their cronies to bail.

    Even the worst stock is better than ZLCS, just check its past history.

  • genetz2003 by genetz2003 May 27, 2014 7:35 PM Flag

    Last May, 2013, shortly after management released dire news about anticipating a very bad quarter, I bailed. Then, a few weeks later, after management bought up all the shares that were sold based upon negative news, they changed their story to state that the quarter would be the best.

    Why their were no civil suits amazed me, or more to the point, why the SEC is not investigating these crooks makes no sense.

    Management purposely released negative news a few weeks before release of the quarterly report in anticipation of buying the shares sold so they could make huge profits based upon a fraud.

    I am looking forward to the demise of Redbox.

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    Good luck to all

    by vcppaddler May 9, 2014 8:24 PM
    genetz2003 genetz2003 May 19, 2014 2:30 PM Flag

    Take a look at WFT, even HAL. My buy on both when I exited Z lat Sept. made up 3/4 of Z's losses. DPM and EPL got me through the rest of the losses, plus a few k extra to buy some shoes for the kids.

    I loaded up on LGF, but so far it has failed me as did MA, but HSBC and YHOO tossed me a life jacket.

    There is a lot more than Biopharma to make Fast Money.

    Companies like Z are like the #$%$ in Nam, looked enticing after a few months in the boonies, but can still inflict pain a few days later.

    I am hoping for DOJ to look into Corrigan and his band of fraudsters and maybe they will be sharing a bunk with Bubba and get a screwing like they did to us.

  • genetz2003 genetz2003 May 7, 2014 6:13 PM Flag

    Yeah, Pete Najarian and Guy Adami ahve been pumping Yahoo like my First Sgt. used to pump the street gals in Korea. Lucky for Top that he ran the MP company or he would have been restricted to the base after catching the clap.

    Unfortunately fore those who relied on Pete N or Guy O to buy Yahoo, there is no medicine for recovering money.

    I only have 14k in Yahoo, but after listening to MM this afternoon, I think I am going to be on the receiving end of a pork injection.

    I always though MM was insipid, obtuse, and today she confirmed my beliefs. She sounded just like a giddy high school sophomore, dumb!!!!

    Allah, we need help. Give Yahoo that magic carpet.

  • genetz2003 genetz2003 May 7, 2014 6:01 PM Flag

    This morning I saw via my Iphone and on Half Time (CNBC) that Jimmy Cramer, aka Mr. Kiss of Death, had slammed Yahoo yesterday evening. (I can't find the vids now that I want to watch them.

    Contrary to JC's negative comments, for the past two days several of the hosts on CNBC, The Najarian bros, the #$%$ Adami, have been praising MM and giving Yahoo the thumbs up, with a projected stock price of up to $45.

    We all witnessed what happened to the share price today, a plunge of almost 7%, a dozen hours after the release of the long awaited AB news of the IPO.

    As I listened to MM being interviewed today, I said, GD, I am intercoursed. What hole did that insipid, obtuse broad crawl out of? Yahoo is definitely doomed.

    The only good that occurred after MM's interview is that she did not pull an Obama, that is, the more she talked, the larger the plunge in the stock price.

    LGF recently gave me a pork injection, so, I am hoping I am not on the receiving end again with Yahoo. After MM's interview, if it gets much viewing, we are all intercoursed via a gigantic pork injection. Ouch!!!! That is gonna hurt after LGF.

  • genetz2003 genetz2003 May 7, 2014 4:23 PM Flag

    I just listened to her on CNBC, where both hosts told it like it is, MM is all hat and not cattle.

    An hour earlier I bought another 400 shares, not because I have any confidence in MM, which I don't, but on Yang's investments in Alibaba and Yahoo Japan.

    When I saw, first hand how MM began to destroy Yahoo Finance, then destroyed Yahoo mail, (which she praised on her interview today), that confirmed she is the product of government hiring/promotion practices based upon sex or race.

    Hopefully all the kings horses and all the kings men can get Yahoo up to $45 as many opine, then, this White man is gone. Heck, I will likely exit at $43 if it can get there and MM does not say anything to blow it.

  • genetz2003 by genetz2003 May 7, 2014 4:01 PM Flag

    According to Zacks, LGF will release its quarterly on or about May 29th.

    LGF has been my only losing stock out of eight I bought since December. Unless a miracle occurs via the ER, LGF appears to remain a loser.

    I bet big on Divergent bringing the price up to $30, but instead of surging, it plunged into the abyss.

    If only LGF could jump to the mid $28, I would bail, even take a loss on one of my entries at $29+

    LGF sure looks, as Palin described Hillary, a pig, even though it is wearing lipstick.

    I should have known that any business associated with the Democratic party is doomed for failure unless it gets a tax subsidy.

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