This guy is exceedingly desperate after failing to cover when he had the best and only chance south of $94. Watch him get even more desperate.
While the pros covered, these ascze-slapping, twitchy frat boys were too busy high-fiving each other to realize the time to cover was days ago.
From you, who posted on getting in on the fracking ground floor in NYS. NYS, who then crushed your bet by outlawing fracking. You, the failed 'seer.'
Hey we get you: you are really worried that the spike in volume has past and you want to exit your short position NOW. Relax, we are laughing at your desperation!
of the robo posters to clean your view of this board. Just do it every time you check in, a page or two gets the list pared down nicely.
Bring up Cook's name and fortune might be more relevant had his last transaction been more recent than SIX MONTHS ago. Nice try though!
As commented to Forbes article:
"I have heard such complaint before, even from my own colleagues and employees. I was once an “insider”, and the moment our shares vested and it was legal to sell, I sold 75% to diversify, paid off bills, moved my parents to a decent simple one-story house in the suburbs (not rich enough to build a mansion) and invested in kids’ education.
So when someone on the outside started complaining like I should hold on to my shares for the benefit of the corporation, I always asked them this question:
Would you hold on to your shares if YOU have them? If you need the cash for your family?
There is a double-standard borne out of naivety and ignorance; and a does of greed. Some think corporate personnel are not “humans”, not “employee” of the corporation, not “average” joe. That somehow, we all must make larger sacrifices than the normal joe. Wrong.
I spent my long hours, put my own family’s future in jeopardy, took chances and faced risks and dire consequences to contributes towards building a company; and when the shares are due, I will sell them with clear conscience. The rest can remain invested as we continue to build the company.
Outsiders totally ignorant of all this often are fearful and panicky. They think if insiders sell, then the sky must be falling. So if CEO’s and VP’s are buying then you should start buying too?
That sounds like “professional” analysis and advice?
Self-proclaimed “expert” should know better, and should have no problem selling and buying based on more than just actions of insiders.
Any professional focusing on insider sell/buy as some sort of indicator and then act solely based on that is not an expert but a frightened ill-informed average investor."
Other than "44.00" what else did you pull out your #$%$ today? No, wait, keep it to yourself.
This is where the retail shorts who hold on are separated from the pros.