enough is enough b/c sales are getting much better for jcp
And due for a big bounce
in my 25 yrs in the market
all you have to do is to go JCP stores next weekend and you will notice the stores are backed with cash registers are ringing
GS should step in and buy 12.5M option shares this week
stocks now they are on fire.
in the south east
All these shorts were bashing these co to fail and they lost big
this week and more funds are adding jcp to their portofolio at all time low
with Ullman is bringing back the customers to the stores and buying with a smile in their faces
with their coupons and the sales person told they have an excellent Friday and Saturday sales and as you see it the cash registers rings all over the store
rings all over the four stores I visited .Sales persons are very excited about the customers are coming back and are happy with their saving and are vey upbeat about the holiday sales this year.
JCP will be rocketing to $10+ tomorrow
HPQ will not make and will die eventually b/c had no future with goog,aapl,amzn.the same they have said about bby became a show room for amzn and have no future.OSTK is finished b/c they can not compete against amzn..fslr,spwr are in the wrong business b/c no margin and solar market is finished.Look at the ir stocks now
After bowing out of the Dell (NASDAQ: DELL) fight, Carl Icahn has a some fresh play money to wield around... $2 billion to be exact.
In a tweet, Carl Icahn said: "I withdrew my demand for appraisal of my Dell shares. Based on our returns on capital, we believe we have better uses for $2 billion."
So what will Icahn do with the cash?
Some think he could add to his Herbalife (NYSE: HLF) bet. Icahn already owns 16.5% of the stock but has an agreement to raise his stake to 25%. His arch-rival Bill Ackman recently covered 40% of his common share short, instead opting for put options given the short squeeze Icahn has sparked in the name.
Others think Icahn may double down on Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL). Icahn currently owns $2 billion of Apple stock. At a recent "cordial" meeting with CEO Tim Cook, Icahn said he pressed hard for his $150 billion stock buyback idea. Owning Apple is a "no brainer," according to Icahn.
Icahn, of course, could go another route and find a new activist target. Heck, he might even go out in left field and pick up some shares of retail wasteland J.C. Penney (NYSE: JCP).
they lost their under wear and now coming after jcp.they called these co will be bkrpt
far.I say a great deals all over.I did my shopping and I have got great deals
count on it
count on it
a buying power