I'm building my position as it drops. Sold some utilities that are in the green to buy some. Will add more if it should drop to new 52 week lows by selling some tobacco stocks. If it should dip further, I'd sell some more defensive stocks like AT&T or Verizon shares
I wanna buy some British pounds too, but it's hard to get right now. 1.35 U.S. dollar to every British pound is a steal!
Look at Valero. They diluted when the stock was trading around 15-20 a share. Since then, the stock's quadrupled. Another thing, U.S. currency's being diluted every day. A little dilution in chk shares isn't going to kill the company. Especially when natural gas prices are rebounding. You sell your shares, I'll scoop some of it up.
I thought it was around that ratio. These idiots writing articles need to stop putting headlines up stating "Chesapeake up because oil rebound"
Don't chk deal more with natgas than oil? I would think this stock should move more with natural gas prices
Never met such bitterness. I ,personally, don't use Facebook. I do ,however, go with the trend. The oculus is going to do for Facebook what YouTube did for Google. I could deny it all I want, but it will happen.
What do you think about the free oculus headset with the purchase of a Samsung galaxy 7? I personally think it's a smart move on both Samsung and Facebook's part
Lucky you. I've been apprehensive about buying this stock. Turning point is the oculus rift. If people start buying Samsung galaxy 7's, it's going to be because of the oculus vr headset that's included. I don't even buy Samsung or Apple devices, yet I think it's cool that they throw this device in free of charge
Or I know the next trend. Samsung's next flagship phone will come with a free oculus. Facebook just bought the company. It's estimated (how these analysts get their estimates is beyond me) that 52 million people will have a vr headset by 2020. Facebook is still (unfortunately) growing. I might as well try and profit off nitwits on social media
But I nibbled a little. I don't use any of their social medias, but gotta go with the public. I do ,however, think the oculus vr will be their next growth segment and that's why I bought some
To sell T and buy aapl? From past experiences, he's just another person playing a guessing game. Imagine selling Disney for 8 million when it coulda been worth billions today.
I jumped in @19 and 17. Sold half on the same day you bought at. Buy when everyone hates it. Sell half when it doubles and there's nothing but positive posts. Eventually all the people that want it already own it and there won't be anyone to bring it higher. Gtla
I've never used LinkedIn and don't plan to either. For that matter, I don't even use Facebook or any of these other stupid social medias
It's easy to be rich back then. Jobs paid well and if you're cheap enough like he was (which isn't a bad thing), you could invest it into a few different stocks with every check. If Warren and me had the same amount of money (we'll say 50k) and bought the stocks we wanted, it'd be a 50/50 gamble that he'd outperform me. Just look at his investments the last 5 years with his latest investment being Apple? The growth is over, Warren. Apple's a 500 billion dollar company. What are the chances Apple is going to double in the next 15-20 years? I'd rather take a gamble on Disney or what he recently sold with AT&T. Since he sold AT&T in the mid 30's, it's slowly went up to 40. Since he bought Apple around 118, it#$%$ the mid 90's. The man's lost his marbles
I'd sell both right and left nut for a buck. Heck, I don't even use them anymore and even if I was active, wouldn't want anymore kids. They are the rotten fruit
He invested with coke, IBM, and now Apple(from which he bought at 118). All are mediocre dividend stocks that pays a little better than interest at the bank. He sold an 8 million dollar investment that would be worth billions today. He sold home depot around the 30's that's worth over a hundred per share 4 years. His recent sell is AT&T around the mid 30's. The man's lost his marbles