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genetz2003 31 posts  |  Last Activity: 3 hours ago Member since: Sep 21, 2005
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  • 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.

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    Cramer

    by c.fischesser Aug 14, 2014 11:24 AM
    genetz2003 genetz2003 Aug 14, 2014 11:38 PM Flag

    I owned EPL for a six months, doubled my money when EXXI bought it. I saw JC on the rigs pumping EXXI, so, knowing what he pumps is often a kiss death, I initially shied away from buying, but after doing some DD which revealed EXXI was not a good stock, (3 negative quarters out of the last four, earning were poor, PEG, PE were also bad), nonethess since the MACD and RSI indexes were favorable, I gambled.

    I figured it could drop a couple bucks and if so I would ski-daddle, but $7.00 is way too much pain.

    Schiller is definitely a razzle dazzle CEO, so, hopefully he will be gone soon.

    I doubt there will be much more pain and if not I may load up in a few days on a gamble it may rise to $20, then this White Man will take his marbles and get the hell out of EXXI. I was already late getting out at the beginning of July. At that time, I had a feeling something was amiss. #$%$ me held out. That was dumb, but now, I am not leaving.

    Sentiment: Hold

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    Schiller on Mad Money

    by classicclips Aug 19, 2014 10:02 AM
    genetz2003 genetz2003 Aug 19, 2014 3:01 PM Flag

    The commercial looked like a re-run from JC's interview with Schiller last March.

    I bought EXXI then, made a nice return, then when it fell last week I loaded up again.

    IMO, EXXI has the best potential of all my oil stocks, WFT, ETP, NOV, HAL and DPM.

  • genetz2003 genetz2003 Aug 19, 2014 3:03 PM Flag

    I loaded up yesterday and I doubt that will place me it into P.T. Barnum's axiom.

  • genetz2003 genetz2003 Aug 20, 2014 7:44 PM Flag

    Fortunately for me, I doubled down at $15.60. I glad I did not see Schiller on MM before I did because like Bush, he looked insipid as hell, not one to follow.

    IMO, although I do not know the Jetson, he seems to have horse sense when it comes to the market and I pay closer attention to someone with horse sense than the paid peddlers.

    Just some thoughts from a white man out in California, a great state before the liberals took over.

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    Looking for an entry for next leg up.

    by drigvze Aug 21, 2014 10:47 AM
    genetz2003 genetz2003 Aug 21, 2014 6:11 PM Flag

    The bus left on Monday, so, you waited a few days too long, but if you still want to get aboard, you better get a ticket pronto before the next stop.

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    so zlcs is now worth .96

    by lovinfriendship Jul 18, 2014 10:54 AM
    genetz2003 genetz2003 Aug 21, 2014 6:33 PM Flag

    Hmmmm, let me get this right. After the merger, Z is now worth .96??? Jesus Fkng Christ!!!!!!!

    I thought I got burned when I dumped Z last January at $1.32. I know from my experience with Corrigan that he raped a lot of people who bought his hype, and now he is back at it again, this time in a different company.

    Fortunately, I made up the $5555.00 I lost with Z, but I read that that loss was mere chump change to what others lost.

    This is a sinking ship, so bail, now!!!!

  • This morning I received an e-mail from Scottrade informing me that WFT is part of a non-mandatory reorganization or tender offer, which will expire on 09/17/2014.

    I checked WFT's web-site to obtain additional information, but found nothing.

    It looks like HAL or another driller is looking at WFT?

    Anyone out there know what the hell is going on?

  • genetz2003 genetz2003 Aug 24, 2014 12:13 PM Flag

    Bullseye: I've' been since $9+, also having bought some at $13+ and $14+. I unloaded the two digit buys, but held on to the single, so I have doubled my dollars and am not about to sell any, unless of course I see a plunge.

  • genetz2003 by genetz2003 Sep 3, 2014 3:53 PM Flag

    Cramer opines that EXXI is a buy, buy, buy, a diamond in the rough, while Zacks says sell, sell, sell, that EXXI is worthless as coal.

    Even after doing my due diligence before buying after both of those two recommended a stock, I still lost money. Now, I have to figure out which one of those dummies is right.

    I could have doubled my dollars last March when I bought had I sold shortly thereafter, but, I stood by like a #$%$ as it sunk, thinking the ELP merger was going to turn the company around. That reasoning was definitely wrong.

    All of my oil stocks are up, HAL, ETP, WFT, NOV, DPM, and CVE. The only loser is EXXI, big time.

    A few weeks ago I loaded up again at $15+ opining EXXI will rise like all turds, but, I am beginning to wonder if that turd will see that day come?

    Something is terribly amiss with EXXI. Maybe it is time for management to leave? The negative quarters are piling up. If oil drops to $85, then EXXI is headed down to the abyss.

    Hopefully my speck stoc YHOO will rise in the next two weeks, however, with a CEO just as incompetent as Schuller, that anticipated day may not come. Marissa Myers, CEO of YHOO has got to be the dumbest broad running a large corporation.

    She must have worn her knee pads out and lips to get the job because her performance, like Schuller, is lackluster. Who did he blow to get the job?

  • Reply to

    CRAMER v ZACKS

    by genetz2003 Sep 3, 2014 3:53 PM
    genetz2003 genetz2003 Sep 4, 2014 2:58 PM Flag

    Mud, I hope you were not referring to JC's "old hag" Stephanie Link as the tech analyst you may take serious.

    IMO, Link is one obtuse woman, totally out of sync with reality. In fact, is she not in last place in the Half Time contest with several other traders?

    Like you, I am hanging in for another quarter.

    Fortunately for me I loaded up with JKS when I bought EXXI. JKS took off like a rocket. I should have sold this morning when it hit a high, but, I was asleep at the wheel, so, will have to wait for another day.

  • genetz2003 genetz2003 Sep 9, 2014 1:34 PM Flag

    Marissa Myers just called to inform me she need s all of my 500 shares by close of business Friday, September 12th.

    She offered me $60 ps which was almost double what I paid for them and I was about to taker her offer until she said the offer was conditional on me affirming I have confidence in her ability to be a good steward for the money she will be receiving from Baba.

    I think I will just sell on the open market.

    With Cramer, his old hack Stephanie and the Najarian bro's busy pumping Yahoo, I think today may be the time to sell.

    But, since I have a big pair of b@!!$, but sometimes lacking good judgement when to buy or sell, maybe I will hang in for a couple more weeks.

    I trust in Marissa to do a bad job.

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    Yahoo stock heading to $50 per share

    by argentindeep Sep 8, 2014 10:42 PM
    genetz2003 genetz2003 Sep 9, 2014 1:40 PM Flag

    If you rely on anyone's advice on CNBC, especially last place Cramer hack Stephanie Link, the Najarian flim flammers, and of course the biggest razzle dazzler Cramer, then, your kids will not be happy Christmas Day when they don't see any presents under the Christmas tree.

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    Mayer sold almost 12 millions shares since July

    by helen06wo14 Sep 9, 2014 12:09 PM
    genetz2003 genetz2003 Sep 9, 2014 1:54 PM Flag

    If that idiot Marissa is selling , then I am loading up.

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    not a good sign

    by kevinb212012 Sep 9, 2014 1:58 PM
    genetz2003 genetz2003 Sep 9, 2014 2:05 PM Flag

    Your post reflects you have the competence to work on CNBC, sitting next to the Najarians, Link, Adami, and guest host Cramers show?

    Thanks for the astute observation, #$%$

  • genetz2003 genetz2003 Sep 15, 2014 7:36 PM Flag

    I am one of those $34 guys who will hang in, but, Marissa scares the hell out of me. IMO, she is too incompetent to run YHOO, so, if it drops after the IPO, this White Man is gone.

  • genetz2003 by genetz2003 Sep 15, 2014 7:47 PM Flag

    I've been pondering over failing to jump aboard Sorftbank last April when I bought Yahoo. To date, the evidence reveals that I was wise not to do so since YHOO has been rising much higher than SFTBY or its sister SFTBF.

    That said, SB's are rising like the dough on a pizza, thus may catch up to YHOO by weeks end.

    I am counting on Marissa having intercourse with YHOO, resulting in a very bad experience for all those who put money on the table.

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    At $70 for BABA, longs own YHOO for FREE

    by advanceiscoming Sep 15, 2014 3:43 PM
    genetz2003 genetz2003 Sep 15, 2014 8:06 PM Flag

    Wow! Twat! Stupid! I thought I was the only un-political White Man on the Boards.

    So refreshing to read how a man really feels.

    Now if that insipid, obtuse bimbo Marissa does not intercourse the next four days up, we all might see some greenbacks rolling in. Marissa is living proof that blondes are really stupid.

  • genetz2003 genetz2003 Sep 15, 2014 8:10 PM Flag

    I don't pay much attention to Pete that much, but if his calls are as bad as his bald headed bro, there is no way YHOO will get close to $60. Maybe it is time to sell????

  • genetz2003 by genetz2003 Sep 15, 2014 8:14 PM Flag

    Now that JC has been busy the past 6 or seven days pimping YHOO, even referring to the insipid blonde bimbo Marissa as astute, a good shepherd of YHOO money, maybe it is time to pull the sell button.

    JC has a well earned reputation as bringing the kiss of death to a stock, so, tread carefully henceforth, grasshoppers.

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