This is today's main headline. Soon the main headline will be "Federal Judge Blocks Obama's Executive Action on Freddie and Fannie". Judge Sweeney FTW!!!
Definitely not because of him. Everyone already knew Ackman's stand on the issue.
I just read the news. This news is BIG. However, I'm wondering why we didn't hit $3? I kinda miss those 3 crazy rallies that we had for the past 2 years that I've owned the stocks. I'm not going to sell my stocks any time soon, but it would be nice to see those rallies.
People who short FMCC and FNMA are noobs. We just had a big green day and they all freaked out. You can see that by their stupid posts today. If you really believe in you short position, you don't get freaked out like that.
I haven't seen anyone as bearish as myself at the moment. But who on the earth would go short on FnF? How much do you think you are going to make? Go short some stocks that are near their all time highs, such as AAPL, AMZN, NFLX, TWTR, UAL, etc.
His predicted price was $16. I love it how Cramer acknowledged recent upgrade on Yelp. This is the perfect opportunity to go short on Yelp.
Reference: Google "Bank Of America Upgrades Angie's List"
Sentiment: Strong Sell
I don't think anything got leaked. It's more like Bill Ackman adding up to his current position.
True that. But Yelp isn't the next big technology either. I actually use Yelp and I like the service a lot. However, I have to be realistic and opportunistic in my trading and take advantage of all the hypes and implied volatility created by media.
If conservatorship ends, we don't need Ackman or Icahn. We just need to sell our stocks at that point which should be easily above $50.
If you're trying to do swing trading on FnF, it means you're a big noob, because rule #1 of swing trading is to trade volatile, liquid, and cyclical underlyings, which both FNMA and FMCC lack:
1. Volatility: FNMA and FMCC get some volatility from time to time, but they are boring most of the time. They were nowhere close to NFLX, AMZN, TSLA, and other large cap stocks in terms of volatility.
2. Liquidity: They are both most liquid stocks in OTC market, but it doesn't mean they are liquid. Weird bid/ask prices are a commom nature of OTC market. Retail investors are the ones who get burned on those price inefficiencies.
3. Cyclicality: This is the most important one. I think both bears and bulls know pretty well, FnF will either go to zero or $100+. You might have made more than a dozens of profitable swing trades on FnF, but once they start moving in any direction, you will lose more than twice as much as you made during your swing trades. You may think that stop loss order that you place right after opening your trade, may save you. But on the contrary, that stop loss order can cause you to lose your shirt overnight. Any professional trader knows about that.
So don't get too excited about the recent volatility in FnF. I know it's tempting, but the majority of you swing traders will eventually lose. I am a bear and do swing tradings, but I think the only game you can play with FnF is to stay long and patient with them, because its pot odds are your best friend.
Technical analysis is a big joke and RSI is the worst of it. If everyone knows about something, then it's not an edge for trading anymore.
We haven't had a rally for a long time. A major one is totally overdue.
I meant "court" will make the final decision. Blame it on Auto correct.
I will definitely short it on Monday if it stays green. I will share my trade in this thread.
Bashers and pupmers are the ones who try to come up with stupid logic to pump or bash a stock. I didn't try to persuade anyone to buy or the sell FnF with my comment. I know pretty well that nobody is going to buy or sell anything based on my thoughts on a message board.
I'd like to correct my original post by adding "Obama talking about FnF 'SHAREHOLDERS'" though. Obama will talk about FnF but most likely not about the shareholders.
I was totally right about the Bieber guy. Unfortunately Yelp didn't open green on Monday and I couldn't short more. However, I was able to cover my already short position on it.
And when you get smacked, you get smacked BIG. It will sweep all the profits from your small winners.
To be honest I think chances of Obama speaking about FnF is almost zero. We all know that being out of the conservatorship has nothing to do with Obama. Clutter will make the final decision on FnF whether or not Obama or shareholders like it.