Does jonny know what a complete moron he sounds like? He must be doing this just for kicks to get some yuks and a rise out of people. Nobody is this stupid! Or does he really believe his ridiculous comments actually move the market? How big a moron is he really??
Once again, the jon kelley "weeeeee" indicator never fails. Buy when he comments. Been doing it since low 20s and the dude is making me money!!!!! Weeeeeeeeeeee!!!
Hi Jon. How's your TSLA short working out? Didn't you short 10k at $195 a couple of days ago? Weeeeeeeeee! Having fun? Up to $220 in after hrs. Help me, my math isn't too good. What is that? $25,000 loss? No wait, that's $250,000! Nice work. Of course we know you are full of #$%$ so it was probably more like 10 shares right? The hits keep coming right Jon. Shorting Qcor in the 20s, wow! Do you ever get tired of looking like a fool or are you used to it by now?
I'm not much of a poster (only a handful over the last couple of years) but what a ride this stock is! Definitely not for the faint of heart. I've been long for the last year and a half, saw the terrible slide in late 2012, and enjoyed the ride back up in 2013.
I don't know where the stock will be tomorrow, in a week, a month, but I do know there is one thing that holds true here. We, longs have time on our side. We have time to continue to enjoy our dividends, time to enjoy continued financial success by the company. Yes, risks exist, like all investments, but let's look at the risks currently clouding the stock, DOJ investigation and FDA evaluation. I'm not sure how to best to evaluate these risks and I won't start another firestorm by giving my opinion and telling everybody not to worry about it. What I do feel confident of is this, once again time is on our side! These things will not come to any kind of conclusion anytime soon. In fact with both, the issues may go away and there will be no announcement at all! So with each day that passes, QCOR is adding value, creating business, exploring new opportunities, etc. So, who would you rather be, long or short? If you can't handle the volatility, then this is definitely not for you, but if you can, and you have the patience to weather this storm, take a look at any chart and see what happens after a severe dip. Hopefully that will give you some comfort at night.