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musicinmykey 12 posts  |  Last Activity: Oct 15, 2014 12:53 PM Member since: May 4, 2004
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  • musicinmykey by musicinmykey Oct 15, 2014 12:53 PM Flag

    I'm pretty sure I saw a 10,000 $17 put contract go across the wires a sometime over the summer. It came up in Ameritrade on their news list for the stock. Someone has been dumping a big position and using the Put contracts to increase their gains on the way out. I don't know if $17 is the floor, but while I thought it was unlikely when I saw the trade cross the wires, it's looking more inevitable now. Just an FYI for those out there who care.

  • At some point, there will be value if AMD can stop the hemorrhaging. I'll put an alert at $1.31 and wait for it.

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    this is down right criminal

    by costantinokevin Oct 8, 2014 12:04 PM
    musicinmykey musicinmykey Oct 8, 2014 12:56 PM Flag

    I believe I saw a 10,000 contract $17 put trade go across the wires a month or so ago. Someone is putting pressure on the stock for a reason ($$$). I've been waiting for the other shoe to drop to add more.

  • musicinmykey by musicinmykey Sep 11, 2014 6:28 PM Flag


  • I had a long write up for this post, but deleted it. No ones going to read it. This board is toast. See you all in the 40s in the next 16 months or so.

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    Carl Icahn

    by rbcleavenger Aug 12, 2014 12:24 PM
    musicinmykey musicinmykey Aug 13, 2014 9:22 AM Flag

    You still haven't answered my question. Apparently you are a professional investor. Can you please tell me how a company with YoY Rev and a Earnings growth is failing? And if you don't recognize that Macau was the growth note of the sector, you are apparently not qualified to speak.

    And yes, I get Vegas is having a come back, but the market was buying growth and expansion which is why the sector is on hold. It's all good for MGM, but these stocks are tightly tied to each other and I don't think it takes off until the sector frees up. Accumulate.

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    Carl Icahn

    by rbcleavenger Aug 12, 2014 12:24 PM
    musicinmykey musicinmykey Aug 12, 2014 9:31 PM Flag

    I don't see how this stock is in a coma. Did you read the year over years? Please explain how the company is failing at growth with those numbers. The stock is flat because Macau period and MGM didn't fair as bad as others due to their focus in mass market. It's made a great move up from the bottom and breathing. If you don't like it, sell and move on. Others here might find it as an opportunity to accumulate more shares. If anything, this board is good for exaggeration both long and short. This is a pretty easy plan I'm my mind. Buy, hold, accumulate and wait. Simple. Everything else is BS.

  • musicinmykey musicinmykey Aug 11, 2014 12:34 PM Flag

    Agreed. The challenge is and will be Macau. The moment the Street sniffs some upside over their again, these will all continue their run. I'm taking the breather in stride and as a time to accumulate. If we get a slip in the stock from an overall downdraft in the market now through October, I'll be looking at some post Q1 ITM calls. Just hoping for a good dip to start buying those.

  • musicinmykey musicinmykey Aug 5, 2014 1:01 PM Flag

    The down drift is based on Macau. Even though Vegas is lighting it up, Macau has been the growth note of the whole sector. It's just a cycle. Macau will come alive again, but the uncertainty of when is why positions are being lightened up. For me, range bound stocks are a great accumulation play if you feel there's upside months and years out. This quarter's rev and earning beat just demonstrated my reasoning to continue to accumulate over the quarter. Am I doing it for next quarter's numbers? Absolutely not. I will keep an eye out on those numbers to see how the industry is doing. Slow and steady wins the race. All of these message board day trader wannabes are likely broke #$%$ fools. Don't lose your head over 1 day's action. The year over year looks great to me and that only means add more.

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    by newandadd2 Aug 5, 2014 11:15 AM
    musicinmykey musicinmykey Aug 5, 2014 11:22 AM Flag

    If you are buying stocks for a pop on quarterly earnings, then you should go buy some books on investing. I never read one book by Buffet, Lynch, O'Neil, or any other professional investor that ever discussed the pop or drop of a stock on earnings. What is important is y/y revenue and earnings grow. You get that and you will likely have a winner over time. The more the growth in revs and earnings, the more the stock will move over time. Getting caught up on minute-by-minute action is for fools. Be a winner, invest for the long haul.

  • musicinmykey by musicinmykey Aug 5, 2014 11:12 AM Flag

    This guy is a complete idiot. I'm not sure if it's a kid or some offshore tool from a 3rd world country, but this guy is a complete clown. Usually a message board dopes like this guy are at least funny, but his level of stupidity far exceeds any hope for humor.

  • Got an email from SA today saying they are going to stop being shown on Yahoo Finance. This is perhaps the greatest new ever for investors because most of the SA articles were trash, poorly written and had little insight, if any. Most were incomplete and way off base. That email made my day.

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