"your as tall as I'am"
Dropped out before Junior High English?
"50 years and no problems"
Sounds like maybe the memory is going.
"us uninformed JCP longs"
accurate self-description - good for you.
"surely you will be a silent victim"
It sounds like you've made a lot of bad investment decisions. And of course you don't want to take responsibility for that - it's all "their" fault. Maybe stocks aren't for you. Try stamp collecting.
Interest paid by JCP
Jan 2012 57 million
Apr 2012 56 million
Jul 2012 58 million
Oct 2012 55 million
Jan 2013 57 million
Apr 2013 61 million
Jul 2013 95 million
Oct 2013 99 million
Jan 2014 97 million
Apr 2014 97 million
If you live in CT you should be paying a lot more for gas and everything else. That's just the price for living in a liberal Democrat state. You tool around in a Tesla and you want what - sympathy? Buy a dog.
"That appears bullish to me"
It shouldn't. Statistically, option sellers "win" more than 90% of the time. And those option sellers are selling calls. Hope you didn't buy any stock based on your screwball analysis.
"no one on this board made money buying puts or calls yesterday"
You knew the premiums were super-high so why would you have bought? Instead you could have been a seller and made a lot of money. Stop blaming your own dumb moves on the market being rigged. It's not. It's just there are a whole lot of people smarter than you. They have your dollars.
So you're saying you're an average everyday schmuck and you can't make 8% a year gambling on stocks (like Penney). Maybe you shouldn't be in the market. Try stamp collecting.
And that has what to do with the drive train warranty? Also, the fact that you have no better use for the extra $66,000 just says you're another limousine liberal. There aren't enough of you to sustain a car company.
So this is your pro-Tesla statement: "Some of the drivetrains did not even need replacing"
No - There are likely to be even more problems in years 5-8 than in years 1-4. Some cars will generate multiple covered fixes instead of only one or two.
Add in only two more years and you can match the ten-year drive train warranty on a $16K Hyundai Elantra.
You can't drive that much. There aren't enough hours in a year for you to recharge
Just for the record the S&P 500 was down one one-hundredth of one percent.
"By the end of the year $13- $14 range"
Sounds like your "hind site" is between your ears.