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stockpavilion 3 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 4, 2014 9:43 PM Member since: Jun 16, 2008
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    The blogger's market correction probability

    by rmarfl Feb 1, 2014 9:48 AM
    stockpavilion stockpavilion Feb 4, 2014 9:43 PM Flag

    essentially getting a share for $67 considering a throw down near term div. with some hope for a dead cat bounce, not a bad play with div week on the horizon. I put some on the pass line as well.

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    by stockpavilion Jan 31, 2014 12:54 PM
    stockpavilion stockpavilion Jan 31, 2014 4:51 PM Flag

    Every once in a while, I do have to check my spelling on schizophrenia. Translated, the last 2 days of trading. As to euphoria, another spelling bee winner in the 4th grade, the banking on how a new ship captain may steer in the wake of the Swiss guard, now that's hopium. Particularly when the first on the agenda is to change the metrics by which success is measured. A moving target. Getting back to basics, the company stock is useful to the extent that a reasonable trade can be had, starting from a low point on the range to de-risk the exercise. This isn't there yet, but it will be.

  • stockpavilion by stockpavilion Jan 31, 2014 12:54 PM Flag

    How this climbed to 73 is one of the profound mysteries, ranking up there with the monolith stones of Baalbek. I was hoping for a 3rd round of dropsies after earnings to snag a dividend, but even a 3% drop to 69 is not convincing. We need 65 to generate some in interest. The announcements being made all are one of contraction. And now sales of properties relating to domestic US shale gas?? Really? When every other part of the world is stealing from you or otherwise taxing you out of existence, you want to lessen the footprint in North America? I understand not wanting to drop $12b on processing plants when you are running low on cash. Get that. But right now you are in a mode of doing something only if its big, and then, more recently, not even then. So what's left? Maybe it will go to 80 and we're all wrong, but I'm not chasing it until it screams buy.

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