To each his own. Solarman, the great, has a reputation for making great calls. Ignore my advice at your own peril. Dude, you don't wanna pick a fight with me. Your arms are too short to box with me. I am a trader. I call a spade a spade. I could buy 50,00 shares at $17.70 and sell them at $17.80. Got the picture? No, you don't!
This is how bag holders are made - of their own volition. Sell and go away. Wait for further instructions from Solarman, the great. Hey, believe it or not, the game is over. The EU is going to find a happy medium with China. It's never wise to anger the Dragon. No decision is expected until June.
I bought 10,000 shares at $16.30 and sold at $17.17. Hey, I don't worry about what could have been. I am contented. In other words, 'appy, 'appy, 'appy!
You got to know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em. Sooner or later, all junkies experience the crash. You gotta know when enough is enough! The gangsters on Wall Street may stage a bear raid. Let reason be your best guide, not fleeting exuberance!
Surprise, surprise, solarman..., the great, is a physician! My reputation precedes me. Neither long nor short - just a voracious trader. Solarman, the great, is calling for a pullback.
Cliffs Natural rallies after analyst raises stock to Outperform
Mining company Cliffs Natural (CLF) is climbing after FBR Capital analyst Mitesh Thakkar upgraded the stock to Outperform from Market Perform in a note to investors earlier today. WHAT'S NEW: After meeting with Cliffs' management, Thakkar is more convinced that the company can use various methods to offset declines in iron ore prices. Specifically, Cliffs Natural can reduce its spending on various initiatives, and sell assets to raise cash if necessary, the analyst contended. In addition, there are signs that China's iron ore imports could increase, while Cliffs' stock has slumped 49% this year, making its valuation attractive, the analyst wrote. Thakkar kept a $28 price target on the shares. TODAY'S PRICE ACTION: In mid-morning trading, Cliffs gained 85c, or 4.3%, to $20.75. OTHERS TO WATCH: Other metal producers rose slightly, with Alcoa (AA) adding 0.75% to $8.70, BHP Billiton (BHP) gaining 0.4% to $67.80, and Freeport McMoRan (FCX) gaining 0.75% to $31.40