shut up, idiot. I'm not a day trader. i care about the long term price, when floyd sells the company. this pullback is a blip. trade away, maggot.
There is no agenda. I call it the way I see it and facts are facts. I have my shares...have not sold.
Try walking around without blinders....you might like it.
I've been investing a long, long time. One of the major red flags for me is when an IR department doesn't return phone calls. Maybe I'm wrong, but something stinks with this company. It took me an hour to get someone to the phone..I asked for IR, and the response I got "was their really busy trying to get the ER together."
What earnings? I don't believe there will be any. There is complete lack of transparency here plus lack of execution. Doesn't matter what the product is, if you can't sell it who cares?
Why would I sell a company who just had a stellar report? That's for rubes like you...I'll worry a year from now....they keep turning in results like this and all the rest of this is irrelevant...
Kind of like you.
They are not getting my shares.
No other reason for this type of sell-off.....
Even if rates start climbing, after the initial "shock" wears off, who cares? Those who want 2% at the bank can have it. GILD I'm watching. ABBV is the spin-off from Abbott?
I have some speculative stocks..STV I've owned from $1.35. ESV and SDRL I'm slightly underwater...NOV and KKR I'm up big. Plus the DNOW for free from the NOV spin-off. I like LINE and LNCO and what they're doing. I'm watcking BP..at $45.00, I'm a value buyer....Russia will blow over...I'm also looking at STNG, ARCC and a few others, but I'm in no hurry.
It takes time..as this progresses, Floyd will figure out the best, most effective cost-efficient way to capitalize on this play.
It's what he does.
"Yeah it should not bother you with your monopoly money you are playing with. Do you, no matter what alias you decide to use, really believe anybody on this board believe you own the shares you say. Yeah okay.
Wink wink. You are a funny boy. A good laugh for real investors on tough days."
You're the type of guy who shows up on bad days, to boost your fragile ego when others have lost "paper profits." If you think I'm playing with monopoly money, you're sadly mistaken. I've lost 100K in profits over the past few weeks, but that is part of the game. 18-23 stocks I hold pay dividends, ranging from 3.5% to 12%.
I never claimed to be a great investor, but I'm really proficient at making money. I'm guessing you are hairyazzgreek as well as a few other guys on here?
Here are my holdings....PAA, NOV, LINE, LNCO, LINE, KMI, KMP, KMR, BP, CNO, SYNA, STV, DNOW, KKR, STV, NQ, PSEC, TEVA, UAN, HTH, CY, ERII, HK, SU,MO, ING, DVN,RAD, ESV, SDRL, TPLM & VZ. I have a few mutual funds as well. I'm giving you the info so you can track my holdings, since you have nothing better to do.
My portfolio stands at about 1.1M, not including 1.1M in cash in this account or my IRA. This does not include a slew of cash I'm sitting on, 100 acres of raw land and a side business which generates 70K a year, not including my regular job.
Please let me know if I can answer any other questions for you.
...and you analyze stocks? Based on what? No matter how hard you try, you can't be what you want to be...at least not yet.
5. "In investing, what is comfortable is rarely profitable." - Robert Arnott
At times, you will have to step out of your comfort zone to realize significant gains. Know the boundaries of your comfort zone and practice stepping out of it in small doses. As much as you need to know the market, you need to know yourself too. Can you handle staying in when everyone else is jumping ship? Or getting out during the biggest rally of the century? There's no room for pride in this kind of self-analysis. The best investment strategy can turn into the worst if you don't have the stomach to see it through."