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livefromnewyork1958 42 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 13, 2015 3:28 PM Member since: May 12, 2004
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  • News imminent...maybe by next month.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 by livefromnewyork1958 Mar 12, 2015 10:57 AM Flag

    Resistance 1: $15.63 - DONE!
    Resistance 2: $15.77 - DONE!
    Resistance 3: $16.01 - Maybe today or tomorrow.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 • 34 seconds ago Remove 0users liked this postsusers disliked this posts0Reply
    FOR THE NEW FCAU INVESTORS Details about Ferrari spin-off
    FORTUNE:
    Fiat Chrysler set to spin the Ferrari brand off into a separate, independent company.

    Ferrari might be the car all people — even the strident non-gearheads — would love to be able to take out for a spin. Executives at the Italian automaker will be taking their company out for a spin this year, as Fiat Chrysler is spinning the brand off into an independent company.

    Ferrari will also IPO, with a 10% stake in the company hitting the markets. The remaining 90% will be distributed among FCAU shareholders, according to Reuters. Ferrari will likely list in both New York and on a European exchange. The spinoff and IPO is part of Fiat Chrysler’s attempt to grow by 48-billion euro ($61 billion). “As we move forward to secure the 2014-2018 Business Plan and work toward maximizing the value of our businesses to our shareholders, it is proper that we pursue separate paths for FCA and Ferrari,” FCA Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne said in a statement.

    Marchionne also told analysts on a conference call Wednesday he had no plans to increase the float in Ferrari beyond the planned 10%. He also said Fiat Chrysler has no intention to list stakes in Maserati, Alfa Romeo or any other of its brands.

    Marchionne, who took over as the chairman of Ferrari earlier this month, added that he would keep his role at the luxury unit even after spinning it off from the group.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Mar 9, 2015 3:16 PM Flag

    insiders sell stocks because of automatic sales set-up within a company agreement, not because of what you are thinking due to inside informations. On the same token can you tell me why a YAHOO insider {Scott H Lee Jr) director on 02/06/15 PURCHASED 15000 shares of YHOO @ $43.01 paying $645,210.00 out of his own pocket?

    Sentiment: Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Mar 6, 2015 3:06 PM Flag

    FCAU is a strong stock...it will recoup fast! Easy $16 + by next week.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 by livefromnewyork1958 Mar 5, 2015 7:27 PM Flag

    google it!!!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 by livefromnewyork1958 Mar 3, 2015 11:04 PM Flag

    sell their shares...but then what is the reason for an insider to buy 15000 shares of yahoo just recently?

    As I always said " The financial media controls the markets and stock like a YO...YO

    Scott H Lee J director 02-06- 2015- purchased 15000 YAHOO INC (YHOO) 15,000 shares at $43.01
    Total amount $645,210.00

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    To the players of GE...

    by big_saciccio Feb 12, 2015 11:00 AM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Feb 25, 2015 3:13 PM Flag

    Right on Big-sa great call... I'm making money now with the March 25 calls I hope GE does get to $28 as you are saying, then I'm making a killing. GL! :-)

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Good looking car with Abarth version and Turbo "Google it!!"

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Feb 19, 2015 9:01 PM Flag

    on Jan.12 FCAU was trading at $11.30 now that FCAU is over $15 as I posted, did you participate? lol

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 by livefromnewyork1958 Feb 18, 2015 6:24 PM Flag

    There were many Insider selling for YHOO ... this is the first time that I see a YAHOO insider buying shares.:
    02/10/2015 - 18:59:07 YAHOO INC YHOO Scott H Lee Jr (director) Purchased 15,000 shares @ $43.01

    Sentiment: Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 by livefromnewyork1958 Feb 13, 2015 10:20 AM Flag

    Initiated GE a Buy

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    To the players of GE...

    by big_saciccio Feb 12, 2015 11:00 AM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Feb 13, 2015 10:16 AM Flag

    Just bought march $25 calls hope you're right.

  • livefromnewyork1958 by livefromnewyork1958 Feb 11, 2015 4:47 PM Flag

    All those lawsuits are "on behalf of all persons who purchased Alibaba's publicly traded American Depositary Shares on a U.S. stock exchange during the period October 21, 2014 through January 28, 2015, and were damaged thereby”
    =========================================
    So, Between October 21, 2014 through January 28, 201 the average trading price for BABA was $88 to $115.00 for one day it hit $120 and now BABA is @$86 Big F$#^ deal. What happens to all the lawsuits if BABA goes back to $120.00 in the next month or so? Just because few idiots had margin calls and be forced to sell at a loss why blame ALIBABA for the loss, I think these lawsuits are without merit. BABA will be much much higher very soon.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Feb 10, 2015 6:36 PM Flag

    You got that right! How can a company that makes over 110 Billions in revenue in 2014 now is only worth 15 to 16 billions? I bet this is one of the many reasons the big ones are buying huge quantity. Not many investors know about FCAU, Fiat should do more PR for the investment community so the small guy can get in the future action.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Are the Markets RIGGED!!!

    by ggray1956 Feb 9, 2015 3:49 PM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Feb 9, 2015 4:43 PM Flag

    long or short if it enough money they will go the other way. Like
    pink cheap stocks, which are suppose to be less predictable and has less
    market condition, stocks now often go up big and lose allot more then
    pink *** stocks. The stocks are different variations of pump and
    dump which is a guaranteed recipe to make you and those who invested with you lose. Call it supply and demand, except the winners are them and you the investor is the always loser transferring your wealth to them. Show me anyone long in the past ten years who wasn’t an insider, broker or hedge fund who has
    gained!! After you get out they bring the stock back up usually fast
    and without your money often overnight or when markets open so even
    though stocks are low, they can make it apppear they are not all at all time lows although they can take it down as low as that too Anything to get you to sell. They say it will go back up Bs often the money is lost forever. . They can take it up
    just as fast without your money and it will appear as is if everyone just made their money back. . Now If investors follow this sudden upswing, again they will lose
    because from that point on the mms take it down slowly yet again. If
    enough investors tire waiting and sell, they not only lose but also often watch
    an eventual upswing fast almost certain without your money. You say to
    yourself trades are cheap lets go back in.... then the same people
    begin anew to slowly then bring the stock down again for (your) guaranteeing you losses again It’s a giant ponzi scam. It’s the same
    with horses. Once your money shows in the pool say on a favorite
    especially big money the horse loses much more times percentage wise then every favorite without your money. Think it’s untrue. Try it is this free
    enterprise or the biggest fix ever? Please send this post to others. I repeat please send this to loved one. .

  • Reply to

    Are the Markets RIGGED!!!

    by ggray1956 Feb 9, 2015 3:49 PM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Feb 9, 2015 4:39 PM Flag

    This is the problem with the American economy and the reason it will
    continue to decline. We no longer produce real goods and services,
    the economy is driven by reaching into the next guys pocket and
    extracting what you can.” Invest long and market makers, hedge funds, brokers
    and insiders often take your investment down often in coordinated effort.
    Trillions have been lost. Is this free market or is this a concerted effort to manipulate and short stocks or go opposite any big investment at will? Its like a guy with
    3 shells in the parking lot and you are to pick which one has the
    ball. You never win, he has a shill there that does though, but you
    never win. That’s the US stock market with the set up; of cheap
    trades and people using computers and Internet trades this easy way to invest has virtually
    raped people of their money. This set up has virtually dared people to find ways to take
    this investment and almost guarantee losses for all but the luckiest
    of people. Its very fair to suggest most Americans who are not part
    of the set up and who nested for families have lost trillions and very
    few have gained since internet trading became par (except a decade ago in
    the very beginning). All this is completely ignored by politicians
    and news media. Its almost like this is how govt is funded, so much money
    is taken. Is this a coincidence or a fix? I say it’s a fix how does this fix work? When strong
    sentiment goes either way for a stock long or short or if your big money shows up,
    someone usually hedges, market makers come in, and or insiders together goes the other way to wipe out your investment or the pool of sentiment. Sometimes associated
    brokerages or market websites come out with coordinated story to tell
    you why your investment is now worth less. I urgently suggest no
    matter how tempting not to invest it’s a bona fide ponzi scam. Us is
    not free we are controlled as all hell

  • Reply to

    Are the Markets RIGGED!!!

    by ggray1956 Feb 9, 2015 3:49 PM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Feb 9, 2015 4:27 PM Flag

    The bigger question of company ethics or market ethics is totally
    ignored until the market collapses or its election time. Hey the
    biggest markets in the world is a manipulated fix, where the goal as
    someone said was to reach in the other guys pocket to take what you
    can instead of relying on true company or stock potential. Or to be
    more specific, once your big money arrives, mms, hedge funds, brokers
    etc do what ever it takes to t take your stock price down on cue
    hoping you sell and the mm and hedge funds and brokers make automatic
    profit instead after they take it up fast after you get out. .
    Different variations of the same thing play out daily in the
    exchange. Who is to blame? Me for investing, for living here, for
    coming from dysfunctional family, for watching porn. Hell its a set
    up no matter what you do,
    so what’s a little stealing and set up for cheap internet trading
    where
    most investors have lost trillions and most politicians ignore that
    they are bilked daily? Cheap Internet trades, porn spell the set up
    of taking your money in the trillions.
    You have to protect your investments, put your money in guaranteed
    funds, I learned the hard ways, Information age means squat when
    people can show consensus by having ten people disagree with you. It’s
    your job to decipher true dangers. The world is scary place. I am
    trying desperately to help people understand how cruel and rotten the
    US and world is now. .

    You invest in a stock especially allot of money long, the stock is
    taken down, (hedge funds, mms, insiders and brokers all together) and
    they wait till you sell for guaranteed loss over and over or They Wait
    till you get out
    after which it will go back up usually fast and without your money,
    don’t want wait for it to go up? It
    will stay down. Stocks that decades ago would swing at most ten
    dollars a year now swing that much on a day because it’s the most
    effective way to get you to sell.

  • Reply to

    Are the Markets RIGGED!!!

    by ggray1956 Feb 9, 2015 3:49 PM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Feb 9, 2015 4:24 PM Flag

    You got to play the same game when you get lucky! ;-)

    US stock market the biggest set up and fraud and ponzi scam on Earth
    In fact most if not every stock in the past decade has been a loser
    for most people invested, with consumers losing more money in the last
    decade in stocks then most everything combined for any decade. That’s
    because the markets are a ponzi scam One stock can go up even though
    the fewest real investors are investing while the stocks with most
    investors can be played against at will and go down all the time and
    yet the market can be described as all time high but few investors are
    capitalizing. The news media that consolidates can focus in what is
    important, not you or me or REALITY. Freedom means what rich people
    want to give or tell you while Google. Yahoo, Verizon and Craigs list
    and news stations limit Internet access and or practice outright
    censorship. REALLY, the reality about a free exchange is limited if
    you suggest too much reality against the people in power. WE are like
    a mini Russia now. I read about people mad about the poor, they have
    it easy they say!!! But they fail to concede the system is a complete
    fix to rape average person who don’t get a chance to get a job or who
    are discriminated or poisoned made dependent on healthcare or foreign
    or dirty expensive energy and losing their health, sleep and money if
    any in the markets instead. Then those people who are real victims are
    blamed for being poor! If you need help too or have an illness
    you're really f"ked up. Its ok to steal in the markets because only the
    rich get elected in the US and thus they are going to keep making rules
    where polluters are allowed to murder like coal companies and where
    money market people and brokers and insiders can rape each investor,
    especially the more they invest. It all can be ignored by the news
    media. Cheap trades on the net have been the backbone of the biggest
    fix on earth with the goal of taking your money whatever way
    possible. ..CONT...

  • Reply to

    yahoo to $17

    by lutts Feb 6, 2015 1:48 PM
    livefromnewyork1958 livefromnewyork1958 Feb 6, 2015 2:33 PM Flag

    I'll tell you why...he sold his shares at the going price hoping he will be able to buy cheaper in few trading days. If BABA goes down below $80 so will YAHOO but then if we can all time the market, we could all be millionaires.

    Sentiment: Hold

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