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jrsautr 8 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 18, 2015 11:24 AM Member since: Jul 18, 2011
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    by jrsautr Mar 17, 2015 11:15 AM
    jrsautr jrsautr Mar 18, 2015 11:24 AM Flag

    High JT. Great to hear from you. How are you doing (overall plus stocks)? Yeah it's funny, but I had no interest in Amarin after getting burned and bailed a while back completely. My Broker called and "sheepishly" said about 4 - 5 weeks back "hey" maybe we should buy some Amarin and just take some profits short term. I said sure (but reluctantly) and then read up on what is going on. We made about 20% and then sold, BUT at the same time (always do my own trading too) I also bought Amarin and held it... then the news kept getting better and better and I said "hummm maybe this is real" and bought more. Now it's my largest holding "again." Scary psychologically, but common sense - and putting past frustrations aside, It makes sense to buy in. I am up over 60% now and have been buying and selling to maximize profits and believe 'strongly' that this will be $5 pps in no time... probably hover around $3 got a while, but "any" more good news and it's off to $6 (the lowest projection). When Feuerstein was "mutedly" positive that clinched the deal. You know how much he bashed Amarin in the past especially the last CEO (jerk - idiot) - so this turnaround is very very important.

    Other than this I've been "dabbling" in MJ Stocks - finally settled on one that is doing well... played with a couple I believe are really almost scams (or maybe are scams) and the one I'm in now is a legit Pharma with a large position in MJ development... more conservative, but more safe.

    Rest is in various fields - Cyber Security, Energy (ugh), Internet, another couple Pharmas, China (can't ignore the potential here), .... eventually I'll settle in to some more conservative investments at a higher proportion, but not quite yet....

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Yesterday I commented on the Basher nonsense (what else is new?) doom and gloom stating that the "only" reason for the drop yesterday was due to Profit taking after the huge run up (HUGE) because Investors (Big Boys especially) felt that we were close to bottom, but not their yet and wanted to lock in profits. I think they were premature though (and I didn't do what they did), but this is what happened. There was no other reason.

    Today what is happening is "exactly" what I said would happen. They are buying back in and the price is heading back up - sold around 2.6- 2.8 (some sold when it topped 3 - good move) and "started" buying back in at the 2.3 level - (as I did on both counts - with "some" of my holdings).

    Again - (did I say this before?) - ALL info indicates that the "low side" projection of $6 per share is real (hey I'm fine with $4-5) and will be reached this year. Period. They won't be an additional offering near term because Amarin has plenty of cash now and they don't want to PO Investors who have been shaken badly especially the last year or two.

    Strong Buy at these levels is "almost" no risk. Expect $3 again this week or more -

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jrsautr by jrsautr Mar 17, 2015 11:15 AM Flag

    The Basher Posts (which I have not been reading for a LONG - no pun intended - time) are Hilarious. Statements like "just saying" and off the wall projections with "NO" basis at all crack me up. This is just profit taking right now after the huge run up. Investors (the bid boys) believe that the run is over and the share price will dip on profit taking so are selling and will buy back in once they feel the new bottom is hit. This is a "very" close watched stock "again." The latest cash infusion, increased regular sales, new report on EPA importance, upgrades and new price targets of "at least" $6 PLUS (which is a shocker) even Alan Feuerstein was mutedly positive indicates that this is low risk/high gain at least for now. I'm buying. I did sell off and on earlier the last couple trading days, but now just slowly accumulating again with all the extra money I made.

    Bashers really crack me up... I still don't get that they even post at all except "perhaps" their is some truth that subtle subliminal negative posting (even if nonsensical) has an impact on those of weaker and susceptible low IQ minds.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    Level 2 trade

    by ss3kx Jan 30, 2015 10:38 AM
    jrsautr jrsautr Jan 30, 2015 10:55 AM Flag

    You are 100% correct. This is manipulation at it's finest. This has happened before with CBI and not that long ago. Company is sound and solid and well respected in the Industry. They are diverse and serve a wide variety of Customers both in the US and Globally. Fantastic time to buy.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    Next stop Bankruptcy?

    by n16m15 Jan 30, 2015 10:14 AM
    jrsautr jrsautr Jan 30, 2015 10:52 AM Flag

    You have NO clue about CBI or the the Businesses it serves. What a stupid comment. Bankruptcy is so far off base for this Company. There is only a short term "blip" due to current issue with Oil Prices and that will not last. Everyone and anyone (with any intelligence - now that's a stretch I know since obviously there are a lot of dumb fks out there ... hint hint) knows that Oil prices will rebound in the next few months at most. Excellent time to buy.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • jrsautr jrsautr Jan 17, 2015 7:59 PM Flag

    Giving him the benefit of the doubt for now. He's made some good calls too so overall I'm not down. Plus I've only given him start up money to see what he can do and only been with him a little less than a year (I already fired the guy he replaced.... now that guy was a moron).

    Sentiment: Hold

  • jrsautr jrsautr Jan 17, 2015 7:57 PM Flag

    Nope hard core Republican Conservative. Most Brokers are I think... well there's Warren Buffet so maybe not all. Yep his decision (short term) on HK was not a smart move I agree. I should have gone with my gut I knew the Saudi's weren't going to cut production... oh well.

    As for the Obama content... you are the guys calling him a Mooslem, not a Citizen, and anything else you can dream up., Last I heard people that make stuff up without checking facts are pretty dam dumb... go back to your beer chugging contest Gomer.

  • jrsautr jrsautr Jan 16, 2015 5:54 PM Flag

    No problem with discussing the specifics on HK, but tying this to a Political statement ? Typical right wing wild eye beer drinking fanatic comment.... stick to what the purpose for these boards numb nut.

    As to HK ... I'm holding shares based on my Broker's recommendation. In hind site it was a dumb move to buy when I did, but on the other hand HK is still solid financially "and" there is zero doubt that the day Oil Prices start heading up (and they will) then HK share price will rebound quickly. If the Saudis for example decide to change course on oil production even a little bit watch out.

    So many short (no pun intended) sighted investors here.

    We'll have to see how this plays out. Anyone owning shares at the low price it is at now would be silly to sell unless you've invested more than you should have as a percent of your portfolio .. then sell and buy something else short term at least since there are plenty of better stocks than any Energy stock right now...

    HK is not going under (unless this drags out for more than a year then it's a different story). That is the "ONLY" reason to bail at this point in my opinion.

    Sentiment: Hold

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