True, but toilet paper is a commodity. My parents used Sears catalogs during the Depression in the outhouse.
Too much of a following. I'm more successful investing in tech companies not getting much attention (see Dolby, symbol DLB).
I've seen this spam on about three stocks I own. If they do all indeed quadruple, I'll be retiring soon!
Isn't this one of Charles Payne#$%$ from Fox Business? He likes the volatile ones, so be careful if you're within 15 years of retirement.
Paranoid are we? A few minutes before the referred to post is the FIRST time I've even heard of SLTD, so any similarity to other posts is a coincidence. I still prefer executives who believe enough in their company to put money behind it. Whether the selling is "scheduled" is not relevant to me. I understand not putting all your eggs in one basket too. When I taught Investments as a college professor, I would show students the tons of Microsoft shares Bill Gates was selling each month. Of course, he still had a huge chunk of his net worth tied up MSFT. Didn't mean to raise anyone's blood pressure, and SLTD might be a good company to invest in now or later. There are a number of various executives selling shares regularly, but each person on this Board as to do their own due diligence.
Ted Cruz is among the most articulate politicians around, unlike that serial lying TelePrompTer-in-Chief.