Wow 3 different ID's and counting, you are special. toxicamdstock, tradersofstocksz, darinwilsonsret and professordipshite
I see your posting under two different ID's ( toxicamdstock ) so I will have to bannish both to ignoreland. BTW it was 7for 1 not 5 for 1, professor.
Actually it was 7 for 1 Professor, I can see your research is very thorough indeed and not worth the time it takes to read.
Putting a sell order in will have NO effect keeping your shares from being lent out if you have a margin account. If your shares are held in a cash account they CAN NOT be lent out without your permission in which case you would receive interest payment for lending them out. If you trade in a margin account the broker can lend your shares out at any time and you get squat in return.
Look at the 52 week chart (52wk Range: $63.89 - $99.94), we longs don't care when Apple breaks $100 because we know it's inevitable. I'm sure you will be spewing the same nonsense when Apple is approaching the $200 wall. Dude get a life, you are embarrassing yourself.
I agree, every time my new shares were purchased it was always at the high or near the high of the day. I buy my own now at my price.
Looks like Raymond James has a preference for LinnCo over Linn Energy which might have something to do with this. They say "LinnCo is trading at a ~$1.60 discount to Linn Energy vs. the ~7% premium which, in our view, is warranted. At this point, it is not clear what is keeping the valuation suppressed, other than it is taking an extended period of time to “place” the incremental ~95 million shares issued in the Berry acquisition into a more stable investor base. Additionally, we would like to point out that LinnCo is yielding ~50 bp more than Linn Energy…"
If You Like Linn Energy, You Should Love LinnCo…
Smith and Schmidt rate LinnCo Strong Buy, while Linn Energy gets rated Outperform.
Yep I went to Catholic school and I'm pretty sure they told me that I could repurchase my confiscated girly mags for a $5.00 donation to the sisters of the Poor. I had to deliver a lot of newspapers for that $5 bucks.
You are being quite generous with your "hitting the ground running!" comment. Most doctors are very conservative meaning cautious prescribing a new drug, especially one still in trials. I wouldn't expect robust scrips being written right away, maybe when more conclusive data is available.
Analysts at Imperial Capital have initiated coverage of fabless semiconductor company EZchip Semiconductor with an outperform rating.
The firm set its price target on the stock at $28 a share, which marks a potential upside of 16% from its Tuesday closing price.
In Wednesday's pre-market session, shares of EZCH are steady at $24.08, and move within a 52-week frame of $21.30 - $32.79.
Today Apple trades EX-DIVIDEND you had to own the stock yesterday to get the divvy so your speculation does not hold water.
It's not worth the risk. You could lose everything and still not be able to pay off your debt as well. At least if you own the stock outright if it drops a lot you can wait it out until it recovers.
You mean you spent 84000 yen so you actually have about 1.5 shares pre split or 10 current shares. That should get you enough hay to feed the girls until Christmas.