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slickdis1 20 posts  |  Last Activity: Dec 4, 2014 1:09 PM Member since: Feb 5, 2013
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  • Reply to

    Please place slickdis1 on IGNORE THIS USER

    by qtmmnutcase Dec 3, 2014 12:19 PM
    slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Dec 4, 2014 1:09 PM Flag

    "I have no brokerage account."

    - Whataposdisis2015

  • Reply to

    Please place slickdis1 on IGNORE THIS USER

    by qtmmnutcase Dec 3, 2014 12:19 PM
    slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Dec 4, 2014 3:32 AM Flag

    I think that is really cool that you're calling things so early before they happen.

    Can we see a picture of your trade history in your brokerage account to see all the amazing gains you've made?

  • slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Dec 4, 2014 2:54 AM Flag

    AAPL sells a lot of phones. The moon will shine tomorrow and water will be wet. I can't wait until January to show you just how much I know about physics.

    That'll show you to believe me! I'll even post pictures in January if you ask for them.

  • Reply to

    Please place slickdis1 on IGNORE THIS USER

    by qtmmnutcase Dec 3, 2014 12:19 PM
    slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Dec 4, 2014 2:51 AM Flag

    I can use your own posts as proof too.

    - You said you went long at 29 expecting it to go higher. The share price then falls to 27 and lower.
    - You said SONS would be at 7 by EOY. It is barely half that.

    Can we see those trades in the history of your brokerage account? Can we at least see you have a brokerage account?

  • slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Dec 4, 2014 1:48 AM Flag

    No, you were using iPhone5S as a performance indicator for Apple's strategy. Data from over a year ago.

    PS I think Samsung only used Note4 and GalaxyS5 as a stop gap to remain competitive. That's why their performance wasn't so good during 2H.

  • Reply to

    Please place slickdis1 on IGNORE THIS USER

    by qtmmnutcase Dec 3, 2014 12:19 PM
    slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Dec 4, 2014 1:42 AM Flag

    I never claimed to be as successful as you, nor do I go spouting how I'm always right like you do. I've never put myself out there like you have.

    You claim you are consistently right. The onus is on you to prove it.

  • Reply to

    Please place slickdis1 on IGNORE THIS USER

    by qtmmnutcase Dec 3, 2014 12:19 PM
    slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Dec 4, 2014 1:18 AM Flag

    If you want people to take you seriously then yes you have to post a picture of your brokerage with your trade history to prove that your money is in the market and you've made extremely significant gains to go with all your "accurate" calls.

  • slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Dec 4, 2014 12:57 AM Flag

    iPhone5S? Why are you using data from over a year ago? Wow you must be embarrassed.

    It's okay, you can suss me by posting a picture of your brokerage account with all your trade history showing us all how much money you've made.

  • Reply to

    Please place slickdis1 on IGNORE THIS USER

    by qtmmnutcase Dec 3, 2014 12:19 PM
    slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Dec 3, 2014 6:54 PM Flag

    That's a lot of words to say "I don't want to put my money where my mouth is".

  • Reply to

    Please place slickdis1 on IGNORE THIS USER

    by qtmmnutcase Dec 3, 2014 12:19 PM
    slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Dec 3, 2014 3:45 PM Flag

    What the heck are you talking about? Can you at least explain yourself before slandering people? If I wanted to "disrupt" this board I'd be doing far worse than expressing an opinion once or twice a month.

    I assume you're talking about me asking whataposdisis yesterday to post a link to his portfolio with all his trades so he can really prove he's the best thing since sliced bread as he claims to be? If that guy wants to keep spending hours on writing walls of text nobody reads instead of posting his amazing portfolio to prove himself, then that's nobody's problem? Everyone has him on ignore anyway. I just find it funny that 2-3 sentences can spark such a large reaction from him.

    No harm in me asking him to post his portfolio. Walls of text won't cut it. Needs to be a legit portfolio buy/sell history. He's a clown until he can prove he's not a joke. May as well laugh while he tries to dodge the one thing that can actually prove himself: his portfolio and his trade history.

  • Reply to

    *slickdis1*

    by whataposdisis2015 Dec 2, 2014 7:48 PM
    slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Dec 3, 2014 12:08 PM Flag

    oh yes I do believe you I really do! but can you show a picture of your brokerage account with your trade history so you can silence all the naysayers? I think it would go a long way in proving yourself to all the ignoramuses on this board.

  • Reply to

    *slickdis1*

    by whataposdisis2015 Dec 2, 2014 7:48 PM
    slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Dec 3, 2014 2:24 AM Flag

    You post your trades real time? Could I see a screenshot of your portfolio and all the trades within? I am very interested to see all the investments you made and how they have fared.

    What am I talking about? I know they are all green and you've made all the correct calls all the time. I just want to see how much money you've made with your perfect timings and skill.

    Would you please post a picture of your portfolio from your brokerage? I am very excited to see your gains. I want to get in on all the stocks you've deemed worthy! Please let me know when I should invest more and sell each individual one too! I want to follow you and your advice. Please let me!

  • Reply to

    *slickdis1*

    by whataposdisis2015 Dec 2, 2014 7:48 PM
    slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Dec 3, 2014 12:23 AM Flag

    You are right and everything you do is right.

    How is your SONS investment doing? Is it at 7 like you called for by the end of this year? I won't even check if it's at 3.62 a share right now because you called it and with your expertise I know you are right.

    You were also right to buy more OLED at 29. I'm sure you knew it was gonna drop to 27 and lower, and you just wanted to pretend you were mortal like the rest of us by pretending to make a mistake.

    You sly dog.

  • Reply to

    *slickdis1*

    by whataposdisis2015 Dec 2, 2014 7:48 PM
    slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Dec 2, 2014 9:20 PM Flag

    I said "I just post my opinions and thoughts like everyone else does. Some are right, some are wrong". That is hardly me trying hard to act as if I'm an ace investor. It also doesn't make sense that even after I said that you are using times I've been wrong as some sort of measure of proving that I am not a "master", something I already said I wasn't or claimed to be. It also especially does not make sense that you are trying to debase me for admitting I can be wrong, and then at the same time saying something like:

    "Now I DID make a mistake on your MSFT watch post,..as I mistakenly thought you were referring to the iWatch BUT which in truth there was no reason to breathlessly pump that news as it really had no impact on UDC and it's stock. Still I was in error on that,...so I apologize."

    By your own logic, no one should listen to you or your advice. I think that's something all of us already understand though.

  • Reply to

    LG OLED TVs are showing up everywhere

    by rendog1 Dec 2, 2014 10:29 AM
    slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Dec 2, 2014 2:53 PM Flag

    You say you've skimmed my post history but I think you only checked the first page. You pull info from just the last 7 posts I made. I don't claim to be an ace investor like you do, nor do I use lagging indicators like VIX like you do, no do I care about Apple's share price like you do. I just post my opinions and thoughts like everyone else does. Some are right, some are wrong

    So let's review:

    - You try to call me out on accuracy but you yourself fail to read a thread title properly (Apple instead of Microsoft? How does that happen?)
    - You take another post about Samsung in China completely out of context (suggesting my post is about previous sales being incorporated into future Samsung sales, not realizing I was more interested in the GROWTH of OLED adoption in China).
    - Pretending that rumours (positive of negative) don't affect a share price.
    - Claiming that I am wildly inaccurate while being wildly inaccurate yourself in the same breath.
    - Pretending to go over all my post history and actually just checking out the last 7 posts I've made of 66. PS, sorry I do not like to spam like you do.

    Given all of the above, you are either...

    - A hypocrite
    - Intentionally dense
    - A liar

    Pick two.

  • Reply to

    LG OLED TVs are showing up everywhere

    by rendog1 Dec 2, 2014 10:29 AM
    slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Dec 2, 2014 2:45 PM Flag

    Okay I'll bite.

    "Be it about the AAPL iWatch with your claims that the iWatch was going to be released "within weeks" back in Oct. when AAPL itself had already long since publicly said it wouldn't be some time in 2015,..to your take, also in Oct."

    Are you referring to my thread where I said "Microsoft Smart Watch to be Releases 'Within Weeks'" based off this article?: http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/10/19/us-microsoft-smartwatch-idUSKCN0I80VZ20141019?feedType=RSS&feedName=topNews

    ...Which is now on sale and sold out on Microsoft's website? Because "Microsoft" is a funny way to spell "Apple".

    Regarding Samsung in China, I think you are referring to when I said this in response to a new Galaxy phone being released in China:
    "Very good news. Admittedly I had no idea how many phones Samsung sells in China but a very quick Google search revealed an article from Feb.2014 which says "Samsung tops in China for smartphone sales last year, with Apple ranked fifth". More Googling showed that Samsung was set back to a very sizable second place Summer of this year."

    The point of the post is that the new low-mid range phones that China likes are being marketed to them by Sasmung. Samsung, who incidentally are putting AMOLED displays on their low and mid range devices.

    My comment "rumour and slander tends to knock this stock down hard" is true. You haven't been here for too long so you haven't seen the violent 10% swings based off intentionally misleading articles with false information. Even before I committed to investing in this stock I had no idea it was such a great and promising tech because I actually believed all the fudd articles I caught quick glimpses of. Thankfully I did my research and am now in it for the long run.

  • Reply to

    LG OLED TVs are showing up everywhere

    by rendog1 Dec 2, 2014 10:29 AM
    slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Dec 2, 2014 12:18 PM Flag

    by "upside surprise" do you mean "hitting the previous estimate before their downward revision that they failed to warn us about and screwed us for a quarter unnecessarily?"

    because quite honestly that would be a serious lack of foresight. we all know the long term is great but it would be nice if the near and mid term started seeing a slow yet gradual increase like other healthy stocks do. things like the way last quarter went make investors wary.

  • Reply to

    Shares are being accumulated...

    by panelized Nov 6, 2014 3:50 PM
    slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Nov 6, 2014 4:01 PM Flag

    Yeah, logged in to say the same thing.

    The spread widened significantly too out of nowhere.

  • Reply to

    Oled expanding into Mid Range Phones

    by qtmmnutcase Oct 22, 2014 12:03 AM
    slickdis1@gmail.com slickdis1 Oct 22, 2014 3:31 AM Flag

    Very good news. Admittedly I had no idea how many phones Samsung sells in China but a very quick Google search revealed an article from Feb.2014 which says "Samsung tops in China for smartphone sales last year, with Apple ranked fifth". More Googling showed that Samsung was set back to a very sizable second place Summer of this year.

    From my understanding, China prefers cheaper (sub $200) lower spec phones. Clearly Samsung wants to keep their foothold in China, and it's a very good thing AMOLED is now part of the mid and low range game across the sea.

    The increased revenue stream may pick up any slack in Q4, and (wishfully) maybe even lead to a guidance raise in Q3.

  • Here's the link (if it doesn't get filtered): http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/10/19/us-microsoft-smartwatch-idUSKCN0I80VZ20141019?feedType=RSS&feedName=topNews

    - Not a lot of details on any website
    - Key marketing point so far is that it's "over 2 days of battery life with regular use"
    - Another key marketing point is that it can "sync with all platforms" (as in mobile OSs)
    - No mention of any specific hardware tech
    - May be more of a "fitness band" than a smartwatch

    I'm posting this because if the device IS a smartwatch, it would be interesting if it was not OLED. Unless the smartwatch has a very powerful battery (unlikely given you can only pack so much lithium into such a small space), or that MS has severely limited the processing power (which could very well be the case), I'd say there's a good chance it's an OLED screen allowing the great battery life. Of course this is hoping the device is more than a sum if its rumours at the moment.

    For reference, all current smartwatches on the market barely scrape by a day without need a recharge.

    Personally I think its platform agnostic feature can make the device the most popular smartwatch yet, unlike the silliness of the Andorid/iOS only compatibility business model from current smartwatch makers.

    In any case, MS jumping on board with OLED can be quite a powerful boon to the OLED tech as a whole. Again, it's pure speculation on my part if the MS smartwatch is OLED, but I think there's a fair chance.

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