Can someone please explain why some analysts have postulated that the professional shorts in SODA are immune to a short squeeze. It has been said that the squeeze could never happen. Anybody know why?
Does any one have any references that would explain? Many thanks. And all please have a fabulous holiday season.
Is anyone else out there becoming as completely irritated as I am about The Motley Fool advertising. Like their talking out of both sides of their mouths. And their ads appearing out of no where that you can't make go away from your screen without exiting the entire program? Just wondering...
Time to wash your shorts. I recommend some generic type of woolite. Best you also buy several more pairs, as you may be washing them out often.
Here is what to do, so there's no confusion. Go short. Shorts need washing. Cover shorts. Put on new shorts. You don't know what shorts to put on or wash or whatever. Wash again. Keep shorting and covering.
That way all your losses are smaller. Wash shorts, etc.
The shorts BORROW the shares they are dumping this morning and they will have to buy them all back. The quarters numbers were very good. The holiday quarter should be tremendous with new favors and new soda caps and new machines both home and business directed. Then (ho hum) there's always the rapid expansion onto supermarket shelves...