Mofkr, oops, Mofish: From your intellectual post I see you would rather bash than offer well thought out advice. I won't join that type of dialogue because I want to learn from others so I can make my portfolio grow, rather than shrink. On that note, since you challenged my portfolio I will share it with you and maybe you will do the same with me. To date, I am up 46% on ABBV; 20% on its brother ABT; 10% ANR-will be 100% in six months just like last year; 30% on C; 12% on CSTR; 24% on CVS; 17% DLB-was a loser for me last year); 19% ETP; 13% GE;; 21% on MCK; 8% NOV: 23% PFE; 4% RIO-this was also a loser for me last year); 9% TEVA (not a good stock IMO); 27% WFT; and last, but not least, up 25% on ZLCS.
So, as you can see, I am doing good for the year, not the loser you opine. On that note, I am going to take my time to decide if, and when I should jump into PSDV. I surely don't want to jump in if it has the potential to plunge down to a dollar again. IMO, I think it will see $2.50 or less before it sees $4.00 again, so I will stand by the sidelines and wait, not bash or criticize you Mr. Mofkr, opps, Mofshr.
Have a great weekend, and good luck. In my line of work you would let the booking sgt. know you were a 1AH, then, when you are assigned cell, one of the "billie boyz' would be waiting just for you. Do you squeal!!!!!
Thank you "mofish" for all your enlightening advice. I am not bashing PSDV, just observing, however, lets check back with one another, conditioned that you have the ability to think for more than a few seconds at a time, to see if PSDV is at $2.50, or lower, this time next month.
A couple years ago I loaded up a few thousand shares of ZLCS in the back of my VW bug, licked my chops when it almost doubled a months or so later, than cried like a baby when it plunged 80% days later. I am still holding onto that stock, not crying as much, but, because a buddy tuned me on to PSDV a month or so ago and I finally checked it out today, I thought, hmmmm, could this be a winner???. I sure as heck am not jumping in now, even if it has the potential to rise to $4 where it was before the big plunge, however, if it falls to $2.50 ps, or better to $2.00, then, I may back up the bug and load up. IMO, this sucker has great potential to fall back to $1.00, and I will have another loser in my portfolio, but it could surge back to $4? . Just some thoughts from a potential buyer, not a pumper or spammer.
Warren Buffet is a lucky old man and like Apple, no one, or no thing stays on top forever. I have me eye on this stock and when it drops to $64, maybe $62, I will be in for the ride up to $100+, then I will sell my shares to Mr. B or anyone else who wants them.
I could not wait for Buffet, so, being the big investor my kids think I am, after seeing the upside potential a few weeks ago, I, (drum roll please) backed up my 1957 VW bug and loaded the back seat up with 150 shares @ $64.20, moments before the %$#@ thing dropped to $64.13. But, not fretting because I ahve a pocket full of pennies, I have another buy order in at $63.20 which I figure will hit because as usual, when I buy, the mf drops.
Keep your eye on the drops, if it fall to the mid $6's, load up and dump at mid $7's. In my case, if this dud hits $8, I will be gone in a flash because my loss will be zero from my $49 purchase, then, when it drops to $6+ again, I will be loading up again. But then, if I was such a wise trader, what the he!! am I doing with any losses on the books? D/A!!! Good luck
Sprokerocker, I thought I was the only #$%$ on this site who bought over $49 bucks. You beat me by .50 cents when you bought at $50.
I loaded up at $5+ a few months ago, sold to soon at $7, but at least I recovered 80% of my loss.
I jumped back in at $7.36, then at $6.63, so I am hoping to recoup the outstanding 20% loss and then be on my way to making some fast money if the MF does not drop to $5 again.
Thanks for having the b@!!$ to talk about your initial buy in and failure to sell when this mf was plunging.
I picked up ABBV when ABT split, pps $23+ and have no desire to unload.
My penny stick is ZLCS. I got in at $1.96, it rose to $3+, I gambled and did not sell, now it is at .60. I loaded up again at that price and will make some fast money, or lose.
I play with ANR like I used to with S. I load up in the mid $6 and sell at the mid $7's. IMO, as well #$%$&P, ANR will hit $10 this year, so, I hang on the a few thousand shares.
"Crutch" field "loser," as your name implies, you likely have not found success in life for if you did, based upon your comment set forth above, you would care less about what others have, or not have, and instead focus on posting a narrative that could benefit yourself, and others.
I jumped in at $1.96, failed to sell at $3+ so I am down big time, but, loaded up again at .73 and .80 hoping to cover my initial holding which as you can see, is big.
Maybe I will start playing this like I have been the past month with ANR, jumping in, make some dollars when it rises a buck or so then jump back out. It is kinda like O'bummer having to sleep with the gorilla he is married to, then, in the a.m., jump out of the sack quick.
I couldn't wait, so this morning I bough about 3k shares @ $6.63, a couple cents above the low for the day, but, I am content. This mf better not drop to $5, but if it does, I am backing up the truck to load up again.
S&P still has it at $10+, so, I can definitely live with that since I am in at $7+ and $6+. If it drops to the mid $5's, I will load up again. This black commodity is like O'Bummer, "It ain't going away." The former is a good thing, the latter, definitely bad.
I did this morning, about 3000 shares @ $6.61. I gotta make up the balance of loss at $49+ plus the ones at @ $7.65 & $7.36 I bought last month.
BigJim: I "only" have 20k in Z and like you have made good profits (25%-70%) on some of my holdings, primarily ABBV, ANR, C, CSTR, CVS, MCK,and PFE, so, also like you, I am going to hang in with Z til it "hits or flops."
If it hits, then the "measly" 20K should be enough to buy some sneakers for the kids and if it flops, then I will be eligible for some O'bama Bucks and be voting for Bill's Hag in 2016. (I will be having nightmares on that thought)
The Daugh uses so many aliases it is hard to keep up with all of them. When he was on the prowl last year on SA I loaded up at .80, then .73, opining he was running Z down to take it up to the mid $1,'s, however, as you astutely pointed out, too many people are on to him so the big ride up as anticipated did not happen.
Good luck General P.
I have 16 stocks, with only this POS down big and ANR a tad behind.
Unlike Maw who has a profit, I am in at .73, .80, and like a F'n idiot, at $1.98 and never bailed when it hit $3+.
The $3+ was my fault for relying on the hype by the guy who everyone despises and not following my gut feeling to get the heck out while the getting was easy.
But, I figured, I need a spec stock and what the heck, this is as bad as any other speck, so, kick back and see what happens.
Bennie, Suzy, kiss, hold hands, knock off the fighting, whatever, but just make up, then join forces so we all can figure out whether we are going to rise or fall. Isn't that what we are all trying to figure out?
Table, I posted the same comment on another Thread on this Board. And Bennie, your opinion that I am a fool is right on: only a fool would be hanging on to such a big loss, from $1.96 to 68 pennies. But, with my shares bought in the .70's, hopefully, like a similar big loss I had with ANR last year, by buying shares at very low levels I will be ahead of the game by years end.
Anyway, ZLCS, as ANR, are my speculative stocks, money I really don't want to lose, but am willing to gamble on the prospect of getting a big return.
Just some thoughts from a Bennie "fool."
Keep the credibility Bennie, just focus on making money and disregard those who just waste our time.