Thanks watch that RH tomorrow. The report was good and so was the guidance it was the co-CEO resigning I believe that tanked the stock. That means they still have a CEO it traded mid $57's most of the afterhours I think that can get back over $60 tomorrow at some point.
You probably still own the shares unless this is a joke. Good Luck.... it's tax selling season anyway.
Seems big maybe because of the negative sentiment today. Either way I got in at $73 just out at $76 for some quick money. I will put this on my screen tomorrow along with RH. RH had a good report but the co-CEO resigned this may be overdone unless their is some crime involved. I guess Friday more news will come out.
Try searching for plans that have comparable benefits with a lower price and hopefully one that includes your doctors. The web has made the process so much easier to work through. Now if you are limited through your workplace for which plans you can enroll in then you have a problem I guess. Each year I use a comparison website that allows me to check each aspect of all the plans available to me and my family. I've had a GHI HMO plan for years and it is one of the cheapest and one with the most coverage available with very affordable deductibles or none at all. I'm in NY each state may differ....Good Luck!
Of course it's a scam holding this stock even over $40 will eventually turn out to be a joke six months to a year from now but trade the daily trends.
I'll bet he will rethink selling his own firm's shares next time. The man has so much profit on holdings and he choses IEP to sell. Down $35 in two days....I guess he is not so smart after all.
Michael Darda's firm. He's a bit of a arrogant analysts who started his own firm a few years ago. When the market was starting to break down in 2008 he suggested things were getting better and that the Fed should start raising rates. I still remember seeing him on a an interview claiming that the economy was getting better when it was actually starting to get much worse. We all make mistakes sometimes.
Notice the same trend for BBY each day out of the gate lately? Why buy at the open wait to see if it drops near a buck by the afternoon. Before the last earnings report it may have not acted like this but sellers do come in now on most early rallies.
Odds are it was either Schulze or Joly. I'll bet Schulze is the one either way somebody was cashing some out.
He has been talking about the Jan options almost every day which we all have been reading about lately. The FM Halftime statement made MU take off today but it looks like it may have succumb to some profit-taking for now. Consolidation is natural let' see if it can pick up steam before the close.
There are ice storms and blizzards in large parts of the country except near every Best Buy location. That should help their margins along with the discounting this holiday season.