Trying to insult me, and I have a classic response.
Of course you do, and I'll bet it was a real knee-slapper.
Paging the 1biglou....Paging the 1biglou
He's hiding where ever it is that bagholders hide when the stock drops. It's always amazed me how the short sellers seem to stick around thru rain or shine, but bagholders get that feeling real deep down in their stomach and spend the day worshiping the porcelain god
Mother's Day? Extremely busy every year.
Market just emailed me that this got 3 thumbs down. Seriously, there are three people that hate their mother.
I believe those numbers are on Tuesday not Monday, but was afraid to say anything because Y thinks I'm obsessed with him because of each time I correct something he posts in error.
They were overwhelmed even with three cashiers at all stations. People were mostly patient and loved what they were buying at reasonable prices.
Why is it when the financials come out, these stories of massive purchases by huge amounts of people never seem to flow through to the bottom line. Where do you suppose those HUGE SALES are disappearing every quarter.
Just came from a meeting, eh? Were refreshments served? Who brought the Mad Dog? Did you sit on the curb in the back or front?
Sooooo, you're telling me DD is different depending on which board you're on?
Not obsessed with need to argue
Obsessed with need to correct
Wonder which time he was lying?
yahutag • May 4, 2014 9:45 AM.........I analyzed previous sales data(DD) and found an interesting pattern. .Q1 sales are normally 70% of the prior Q4.
yahutag • Mar 18, 2012 1:42 PM..........DD is overrated. I find that throwing a print of the previous quarter results across the room, and counting the number of pages that land face up, is quite successful and takes less time.
Sinkhole de Money-O
Now that's what I call a prediction. Gobbly #$%$, gobbly #$%$, gobbly #$%$, projects 2.75 billion in sales with a 34% margin; UNLESS that figure is affected by the Weather, any Holidays, or the Economy, or any lingering effect from RJ.
I'm sending that one to Harvard School of Business for evaluation as a new investment indicator.
Now that we've established I'm not a liar Mr. #3051 man, why don't you use your new found computer skills to find out. I've left all kinds of hints in my posts. Reread all my posts instead ofplaying with your thumbs. Lmfaoay
Oh, one more thing, go long JCP. The time of reckoning is at hand.
Ok, my maker wants me to buy JCPenney stock because he read some posts on a Yahoo Message Board. 10-4 good buddy, now back away from the keyboard very slowly, put down the mouse, hit the off button, and dial whatever number it is for social services for an emergency pickup
Your maker keeps tabs, and it's so easy to produce them, as they are all right here, on the JCP board alone.
My maker reads Yahoo message boards??????
A clearer picture is starting to emerge here. Someone who believes a superior being with the powers to read every Yahoo message from everyone in the world is not powerful enough to make me post what he wants and what he wants me to think
couple that with someone that entertains himself by counting thumbs and we have a rubber room candidate
Any lying like you did when you said I had 3051 posts
Ok stupid, here goes. Click on your ID, under the tab "topic" you'll see a box labeled "3 months", click on that and drop down to "All" and you'll see "3052 total posts".
Now, there are two explanations
1. You hijacked an old ID to make it appear you've been on the board longer than you really have
2. You don't know how to use a computer
In your case I suggest you remember "It's better to be silent and thought a fool, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt"
As for my 2nd paragraph being confusing, understanding the money creation system used in this country is pretty much econ 101. Don't see what's confusing about what I said.
"give me an example........ a lender of shares that can no longer claim that they own the stock"
They can only "lend" their shares one time, if they lend them twice it would be naked short selling.
So if they technically still "own" the stock, they can't exercise the ability to sell or lend that stock.