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wooglin2 10 posts  |  Last Activity: May 18, 2015 2:27 PM Member since: Mar 25, 2013
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    by wooglin2 May 18, 2015 2:25 PM
    wooglin2 wooglin2 May 18, 2015 2:27 PM Flag

    P.S. wooglin_kai here. Had to use my rather obvious (I have nothing to hide) alternate name since I was having technical difficulties posting with "wooglin_kai".

  • wooglin2 by wooglin2 May 18, 2015 2:25 PM Flag

    So you, atseventeen17, are not fazed by the number of "new" posters writing unsubstantiated positive posts?
    Call me a cynic, but IMO THAT is rather suspect by itself. Toss in the PRs with outright lies....
    As hedge noted, he was not the only person posting on the weekend. (file under do as I say, not as I do?)
    Wait a second....I see you are new. (surely you’re not one of those unethical posters who serially creates new names to post under, right?)
    Welcome! to posting on Yahoo Finance.

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    Sick $$

    by goergestin Oct 16, 2014 4:13 PM
    wooglin2 wooglin2 Oct 17, 2014 3:31 PM Flag

    YahooF won't allow my messages to stick, so I am using my emergency moniker, yes, this is obviously wooglin_kai.

    "u come on here and post your opinion as a fact"
    No, I post my opinion; how you interpret my posts, well, that's up to you!

    "why are u here?"
    I have answered this question before and I will be consistent:
    I am a consumer and I like to follow the trade (pun?)
    Reading messages is entertaining
    Once in a while, I come across a nugget of good info.

    "u post EXACT shame spiel on every board u are on"
    False. You must have missed my posts where I did my best to educate and correct another poster who insisted that when a stock splits 2:1, the dividend automatically doubles! There are other educational posts of mine; I DO know what I am writing about, from a macro perspective.

    My turn for questions:
    Do you believe holding out hope for some pump and dumpers to promote the stock (wolf of weed street LOL) is a viable investment strategy?
    Why do you write like a texter? Gotta love the youngsters.

    Have a delightful day!

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    WFM, what a joke!

    by scjohnson4047 Aug 28, 2014 10:13 AM
    wooglin2 wooglin2 Aug 28, 2014 3:31 PM Flag

    Looks like someone isn't happy with their entry point and wants to blame anyone and everything, but not herself!

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    WFM, what a joke!

    by scjohnson4047 Aug 28, 2014 10:13 AM
    wooglin2 wooglin2 Aug 28, 2014 3:29 PM Flag

    "...go buy PG you'll be happier."
    Funny (to me) that you mentioned PG; there's a poster on PG's board who is somewhat similar to sc: constantly whines about PG, and the poster is allegedly long the stock!
    Par for the course.

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    Whole Foods Market visit

    by msftintckings Aug 21, 2014 3:32 PM
    wooglin2 wooglin2 Aug 28, 2014 3:26 PM Flag

    "I did notice the price of fish there was actually the same as any other supermarket with king salmon going for about $16/lb. Its actually the same price at Costco."

    I bought some farm raised salmon at WFM last night for 12.99/lb; king salmon was offered at 22.99/lb.
    Nice that you live closer to the source!

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    On March 29, 2013 Yates said:

    by comffret Aug 28, 2014 12:42 PM
    wooglin2 wooglin2 Aug 28, 2014 2:02 PM Flag

    "...well-respected beverage publications generally report that it normally takes four to six years to reach corporate profitability and annualized one million case threshold for new beverage brands."

    Are you suggesting it just might take PLSB the "normal" amount of time before it "reach(es) corporate profitability and (an) annualized one million case threshold"???

  • wooglin2 wooglin2 Aug 28, 2014 1:52 PM Flag

    If a fund holding is offered a premium to its current value, its share price will rise and that will be reflected in the fund's NAV.
    If a fund's holding splits: oftentimes the announcement of a split is greeted with an increase in the company's share price; if that occurs, it will be reflected in the fund's NAV. Splits are great, if a pop occurs when it is announced, IF one was planning on selling. Ultimately a stock split, by itself, is no big deal with the exception of taking a split announcement as a proxy for health of the business. From a value standpoint, splits mean nothing to me, but it may be "fun" to own two times as many shares at half the price LOL.
    "Would you like that 15 dollar pizza sliced into 8 or sixteen slices?" Either way, it will cost you 15 bucks (read: the VALUE remains the same whether there are 50 million shares outstanding or 100 million shares outstanding.)

    P.S. Thank you YahooF for making me have to use my alternate ID!

  • Maybe my two other attempts will resurface; if so, I apologize for the repetition.

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    Great read.

  • wooglin2 by wooglin2 Jul 24, 2014 4:42 PM Flag

    This is only a test.

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