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laura.davis1972 6 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 6, 2014 8:50 PM Member since: Feb 10, 2013
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  • laura.davis1972 by laura.davis1972 Mar 6, 2014 8:50 PM Flag

    Doctors office and when I need a box of paper I buy it from Staples, not Amazon. Can you imagine buying a $30 box of paper from Amazon and paying that much in shipping costs? There are some things that have to be bought in person, some large items, heavy items and some things you just need right away. Staples will always be here, we need a place to buy office supplies and let's face it Office Depot is too expensive. Even Costco is not a good option sometimes. Their supplies are limited, their lines are long most of the time and you need a membership. Some people won't pay for the right to spend their money in a store. Heck, Costco should pay us to be members. "You can't shop here unless you pay us first" Are you kidding me? Their prices are NOT that good. How much money are they losing from the people too smart to shop there. I've been to Costco and Sams (Not as a member) and you can buy a laptop, desktop computer, computer supplies, electronics, internal hard drive or an external hard drive from Fryes or Brandsmart for less money. Staples is here to stay.

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    by dbrown71467 Mar 6, 2014 5:16 PM
    laura.davis1972 laura.davis1972 Mar 6, 2014 6:17 PM Flag

    I sold 4000 shares today at a GREAT profit. Still own a very large position but if ROX goes under $1 tomorrow I'll buy 6000 more shares tomorrow. The profit I took may have been premature but it was too great to not sell a small piece of my position. I would love to see ROX at .90 tomorrow or next week. A small setback would be a great buying opportunity for us longs, especially the ones who took some profit, like me. Good luck to all longs and the shorts, well, I'm glad you don't own shares. We made money and you look stupid.

  • laura.davis1972 by laura.davis1972 Mar 6, 2014 6:08 PM Flag

    Instead of investing in stocks he invests in and making money like us smart people, they spend their days bashing the smartest investor ever. Anyone can buy KO, GE, IBM or any other blue chip stock and say "I picked a winner" but it takes a very very intelligent investor to buy ROX at .29, BZNE and all the other under $1 stocks he buys that are winners. I buy EVERYTHING he invests in, maybe he'll pick a dud every now and then but he picks a lot more winners than losers. The man is a genius but you have some people who would rather bash him than make money investing alongside him. The bashers are so dumb, I would rather make money than look stupid bashing the best stock picker ever.

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    Tell me why

    by ktumle Jan 30, 2014 4:39 PM
    laura.davis1972 laura.davis1972 Jan 30, 2014 5:15 PM Flag

    I don't think these people will ever understand how to make the big $$$$$$$$. You're wasting your time. It's your time, waste it if you want.

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    I don't think some of you get it

    by dr.zings Jan 30, 2014 4:24 PM
    laura.davis1972 laura.davis1972 Jan 30, 2014 5:04 PM Flag

    Why would you tell these people anything Richard? Let them invest their money and lose it like so many other clueless investors. We have done nothing wrong but some people just take info and run with it. Before you know it we are involved in some kind of conspiracy. The less they know the better. Call me when you get home.

  • laura.davis1972 by laura.davis1972 Jan 28, 2014 2:02 AM Flag

    On the main Yahoo page and it makes some very good points about win. If that article is even half right win could be in big trouble. The shorts may have this one right and this stock could be headed much lower.

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