5 shorts thumbs down? What a bunch of #$%$!
BA not at fault in the crash is BIG news since it took wind out the sails from the Dubai show.
BA ready to jam to new highs -- up a bunch from here -- before the year ends.
LOL... here's what I say. My dad beat the #$%$ out of his dad, Loeb hung him up by his underwear in the girls locker room, Uncle Carl then gave him an enema, and then my kid sister beat him silly until he ran to the teacher.
And why, pray tell, if the moron actually believes the half of that, did he take his incredibly expensive and unsophisticated "put hedge restructuring" out another year beyond his nonsense date? Let me guess -- it's because Target only cost his investors only $1.8B, JCP cost his investors only $1.2B and his losses to date on HLF, not counting the stock.
You morons ought to do a little background work on the Business Insider "ceo" Henry, no doubt Bill's pal, but here's a hint. The SEC helped Henry realize his former career as an equity analyst was all done on integrity issues. ROFL
We are thrilled to see the idiots confusing which alias they are using and posting feverishly, dozens of times daily, again here. The short gig is up; Ackman knows it and is hedged against the big run higher coming (with offset long shares, not his incredibly expensive put trade).
Have you ever seen a wild horse stomp someone trying to bridle them? That is the fate coming for the unhedged morons short here, all the while crying foul and "pyramid" until EVERYONE laughs at them, not just people who understand the topic.
And yet the morons persist with the same stupid comments being made since the stock was at $26 a year ago.
Did any of these dopes make it past getting their GED certificate before taking up idiot posting for pennies a post?
Shorts are roadkill and pavement mash taken out by the short bus. Crows lighting for the next leg higher is imminent now.
There is no way Icahn is going to lend HLF money. His hurdle rate is substantially higher than mid single digits access to debt markets enjoyed by this company's relatively low leverage combined with high cash flow business.
We have suggested MPEL's best in class management, outstanding properties and position on Cotai ideally situates them to continue putting up superior ebitda relative to outperforming the group Lots of people drink cheap coffee, eat awful hot dogs from carts, and stay in tents when they go camping. The primary reason is that they can not afford to eat higher off of the hog.
Other people drinks PEETS and SBUX coffee, eat in gourmet restaurants, and rent $20,000 per week motor homes to give "camping" a try. The reason? They can afford luxury living without blinking an eyelash.
Gaming in Hong Kong harbor on a "gaming cruise"? That is the Walmart crowd, drinking cheap wine and eating rice and noodles for dinner as they float past the Cotai strip wishing they where at the City of Dreams. LOL
And here comes Studio City and Manilla Bay. Shorts are roadkill here.