Shylock, didn't you know that stocks don't go up or down in a straight line??
Two questions for you:
1) How much is GILD oup over the last two years?
2) How much time has GILD spent below it's 50 day over the same time period?
GILD has constantly been trading at at ever higher highs over the last decade. Would selling at any of those times been a learning experience?
"Being fearful when others are greedy" has been the wrong GILD strategy for a very, very long time.
GILD's only fallen below it's 50 day (about 78 now) three times in the last two years, and it's never fallen below it's 100 day (now about 74) in the same two years.
That seems to make it a pretty easy trade -- if you know what you are looking for.
but the barrels aren't completely sealed to air., The wine has turned to vinegar, and is unfit to drink...
giguy, a founding member of the dopey duo, certainly doesn't. He was telling everyone that it would all be over by december 15 of last year.
You mean last Friday when IDIX when IDIX fell off the table to close at 6.88??
Is that what you mean, dopey??
Kiddees refers in general to IDIX followers.
If I had addressed to post to you it would have, without any doubt, referred to you as dopey.
That's $452 MILLION worth there kiddees -- about half of what ALL OF IDIX is worth.
GILD's 4% from it's all time high. IDIX is 26 % from it's one year high and is so far below it's all time high that it will NEVER see it again.
There's no comparison.
Perhaps you are a bit math impaired.
Lemme help you out
(9.32 - 7.04) divided by 9.32 = what?
Too bad you don't have a strong understanding of the laws in the case, too.
And your research has been proven wrong multiple times over the last month and a half dopey.
Move along sonny. Does your mommy know that you are using her computer??
Dopey, perhaps you should pay more attention to IDIX's 22% drop from a month ago, and a bit less to GILD's 4% drop during the same time.