applerot, what you say doesn't make any sense...in fact at all. Sometimes the over analysis is not needed, one just has to look at the macro or fundamentals to see the path. It is certainly not a pretty picture by any means. Good luck to all....I think they will need it.
Jason, you make be smoking crack or have a plug up your sphincter but I'll go with this scenario.
I agree with you idiotfinder....if the company lacks confidence in this pos, why should the investor? That is why I dumped my shares and have moved on. I do watch in amazement as more idiots like you jump back into this.
This is a definite run to the double digits IMHO. Look at the charts, it has performed a head and shoulder's beautifully. We should get good head from here on out.
captain underpants, why do you post? I mean really? The key to successful investing is to hold the course, and don't forgot a thousand points of light.
If you're serious about being an investor, allocation models are the way to go. For instance, small-company stocks are on fire one year, but large-company stocks are merely standing still. If the stock portion of your allocation model called for a 50/50 mix then you are screwed. Best way is to take all your money and place it in a penny stock. Good luck ding-bat.
ugly....not only did ms buy but Bernie Madoff made a nice investment on behalf of his investors. GL dim-nuts.