k.mcmacken - How do YOU define a "dip", and how do you know when the "dip" is over.?
Your words sound good, but how do YOU execute your "buy the dip" strategy?
I'm waiting on a satisfactory answer ...
If you had listened to me, you would not be sitting there with a $1.05 PER SHARE ($7.20 - 6.15 = $1.05) PAPER LOSS ~ Let's see, you say you have 60,000+ shares hummmm.
That's 60,000 x $1.05 or a WHOPPING $63,000 LOSS.
If that was me, I'd be feelin so stupid and embarrassed ~
twoblackcats - A True professional Trader
hardmetalman - Based on your comment right now, you are showing that you DO NOT understand technical trading ... period. Maybe you need to go back and reread the post that prometheus made on investors vs traders.
I have clearly demonstrated that my technical signals have produced MORE money since May.2014 than your "buy and hope" strategy.
What is wrong with you? You are stubborn and refuse to learn (which is sad).
Since this is the case, PLEASE refrain from making comments about my posts. Better yet, place me on ignore so you won't have to read my intelligent posts.
twoblackcats - A Professional TRADER !
Hey MORON ... Can't you read?
Please Limit Your Posts to Trading and PGH / Thank You.
How did I acknowledge that you are not gay?
I never said that your are not gay ... I think you are!
The U.S. economy grows notably faster and scores higher on a number of other marks when the president is a Democrat rather than Republican, according to new research from Princeton economists Alan Blinder and Mark Watson. Professor Blinder discusses the findings with us in the video above.
First, the facts: According to the analysis, there was an average of 1.8% better annual GDP growth (a difference Blinder notes was "large and persistent") when a Democrat was president . There were also fewer quarters of the economy in recession, more jobs added and hours worked, larger declines in unemployment and higher corporate profits.
Blinder explains that their main work went back as far as quarterly data on the national economy goes, which is the Truman Administration in the 1940s (though they also had some "not as trustworthy data" going back to 1870s, which they didn't put as much stock in).
Your research lacks due diligence since you don't know what you're talking about.
I Suggest You Post About Trading PGH and Not Make Sarcastic and Critical Remarks.
Yours Truly, twoblackcats
This is probably the MOST INTELLIGENT post I read on this board.
I totally agree with you!
I Suggest You Post About Trading PGH and Not Make Sarcastic and Critical Personal Attacks Towards Me - Yours Truly, twoblackcats
Can you read? none of anyone's posts relate to trading pgh.
your posts are humiliating, degrading, and sarcastic.
typical behavior of losers and republicans!
hardmetalman ... I think you are jealous that I'm getting a 14% dividend vs your 6.5%
shut up and watch a professional at work ~
You don't READ very carefully which is typical of you ... always shooting your mouth off.
I said I might "shift some of my CORE position" ... not my TRADING position ~
I wouldn't be surprised if you have a TOTAL of 100 shares of PGH ... why are you getting so angry?
It may be time to shift some of my core position in PGH to other stocks. I can't wait until 2018 when earnings MAY improve. You long term investors can wait ... I need to keep my money working for me.
twoblackcats - A Professional Trader
Just as I imagined ... YOU are douglashall !
The is NO "going forward for Stellar ... it has only one way to go, and it is not up!