If you don't know you shouldn't have bought the stock. In any event, don't believe a word of what you read on these boards. We are not called strangers for nothing.
Why don't you folks just lean over the cubicle and talk rather than post your inanities on social media? Don't bother replying to me. I am done with this unprofessional talk fest. You folks have just run out of good jokes, apparently. For those who are new: There is nothing here but complaints about analysts and company propaganda. Unsubstantiated numbers and American 'unexeptionalism'.
There's cheap stuff and quality stuff. People are much the same and reflect those preferences. Us classy folks would never mention this to ya'll though. We just avoid cheapness. That's what makes us classy.
This is normal management procedure. Any companies financial history, if one is able to bypass their own prejudice, shows this to be the case. This is capitalism and making bucks is the name of the game. Investors are like consumers, they count for very little. I now have no doubt that this stock will not continue to be in my portfolio. The small bounce that the pushers of this stock, who claim no connection, will provide will be my exit. As usual, taking advice from strangers is the equivalent of kids taking candy from the dude in the van.
You have answered your own question. It is hilarious that people believe opinions from strangers. I call it intellectual regression. Ain't no money on this board. Ain't too hard to get bored. Just ignored.
There is a lot of misinformation here from both pros and cons. But, of course, I know that you folks are just enjoying yourselves from adjoining cubicles. I've never seen more nonsense on a comment board. Any new folks here, don't pay attention. This is not the place to come for anything but a few laughs.
I agree. Some folks just aren't able to handle a difference of opinion. They are unable to differentiate between that and fact. One of my technical analysis tools is to check on comments of certain stocks. Without fail the boards with the most insulting comments reflects the movement of the stock. This comment will elicit a few insults and a threat to put me on ignore. I consider these ignores an honor. I consider the source. Differences of opinion give one a chance to see a point of view from another angle. One never learns anything new from those one agrees with and certainly nothing from the nonsense. This board is a prime example.
I have been put on ignore for merely voicing an opinion, not insulting people. It really doesn't bother me. I think most people use social media to say the things they are afraid to say in person. As such, being placed on ignore by the uninformed is an honor. I cannot trust the comments of strangers in any context. Nor should anyone else.
Real capitalists could care less about those with less income. Their strategy is to get it all. In any event, trying to be a nice guy doesn't make you a socialist despite what those who can only see black and white think.
Those who have been around for awhile know that this kind of stock is Ponzi. The trick is to jump just before the wreck. It may take years, but it's inevitable.
I was put on ignore for my truthful opinions, apparently you will be put on ignore for stupidity. There are more intelligent ways to insult people. I do my best.
Social media makes it easy to complain and insult anonymously. Others merely copy and paste company blather on the board to make themselves look industrious. Smart investors have to wade through the garbage of nonsense. One will not learn much on these sites. Maybe a couple of laughs. I guess not being able to live within a half mile of a school makes them nervous and irritable. Myself? The only truth is that no matter what one may write, there will always be someone else who thinks that their opinions are facts. Their insults are proof that what you wrote is correct. I welcome insults. Bring 'em on.
The market won't rally much if the politicians don't get their act together. I'm betting they won't. They will kick the can and prolong the fun. That's what it is to many of them.
The politicians are looking at polls, not the markets. They have already shorted the country. The corporations will keep them in bucks until the corps get their way. Fascism is whats for dinner. Now, only if the polls could be manipulated as well as the markets are..... Hi to my NSA monitor.