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woopigsooie_2103 194 posts  |  Last Activity: 5 hours ago Member since: Oct 10, 2013
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    Lawsuits and hurt people

    by patrick_91403 23 hours ago
    woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 5 hours ago Flag

    Did you double check it was secure before driving. An external component of any part of a vehicle, especially a tire should be checked by the driver. If you are serious about bringing a concern to WMT, why would you not at least call back the assistant manager? That is what makes it reckless. Is an assistant manager not important? In the two weeks was the vehicle stationary?

  • woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 6 hours ago Flag

    Camvest, Eastbay is the best place to buy running shoes. They have some really nice ones that are light weight.

    WMT has never been a store that sells "name brand" products. WMT has never wanted to or been a place where Michael Johnson goes to get track shoes or Acadamy Award apparel or Michael Phelps swim caps. The reason that WMT has been in a league of its own since Sam Walton created WMT, is because it's for the retail customers.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    VRX BUYS SALIX, ONE OF THE BIGGEST SCAM OF CENTURY

    by trangy Feb 25, 2015 2:06 PM
    woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 6 hours ago Flag

    trangy, Billionaires get their money from the the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, just like everybody else. VRX is setting a new buy point. It's straight from the chart. Just take it and don't try to fight the tide. If VRX had a one day pop and then came back down to $170ish that would be different but it didn't. Think of trying to short NFLX, AMZN after it popped after their earnings. Look at DIS. I don't like comparing sectors but too many thought that those would be easy shorts. Wall Street will try to bash VRX like the bozos on CNBC who days before thought it was the second coming. They knew they missed an oppurtunity and are trying to justify something that's not there to bash. I laughed so much when the C word changed his tune saying VRX will have to keep buying more to grow and taking other companies products, etc. I know you won't listen, but I'm just saying be careful.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Why buy CAT?

    by ownever Feb 25, 2015 10:29 AM
    woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 7 hours ago Flag

    CAT offers a lot of value here. It trades cheap. Yes it's had some foreign problems which over the next few years the estimates are down some. If it drops to around $75 it's a big time buy. Right now it's a great clearance buy. I can't see a reason not to buy CAT. At $110 I would say no but at $80ish, why not.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 7 hours ago Flag

    He won't buy AAPL because he's smart and what problem is he having....none. Look at BRK/A and then look at AAPL. BRK/A has outgrown AAPL from day 1 by by miles and miles.

  • Reply to

    SOROs FUNDs SOLD AAPL .... OMG

    by a_longhaul 14 hours ago
    woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 7 hours ago Flag

    Soro's probably comprehends that AAPL is the markets rescent flavor of the month. He controls the market on a company he gets in. What's wrong with MSFT? MSFT has grown as much as AAPL the past 2 years. I would take MSFT over AAPL any day of the week. Energy is kind of important. Well unless AAPL of course mass producing a car since they are the best experts on building cars and well the entire market. I still haven't seen an apple car or even a Google car. Maybe all of the other companies could just give up and the great AAPL could solve the worlds problems.

  • woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 Feb 28, 2015 12:15 PM Flag

    Well it's a good thing that PANW is not CYBR.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    upgrade down 8 bucks

    by joehummer69 Feb 26, 2015 11:12 AM
    woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 Feb 28, 2015 12:12 PM Flag

    WDAY typically has a pull back after earnings and then goes higher.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    WMT up and the Dow down

    by shep21998 Feb 27, 2015 10:38 AM
    woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 Feb 28, 2015 10:34 AM Flag

    An elephant won't sink in Quicksand. It's actually the last thing that would sink in Quicksand.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • woopigsooie_2103 by woopigsooie_2103 Feb 28, 2015 9:12 AM Flag

    SNN had an unusual pre market move up and good trading day. 2,500 puts were sold in SYK atm for April. Theres just no market for the SNN options. I've dabled a little bit with SNN's options a little bit, but there doesn't seem to be much of a reward to the risk even with long dated options unless they are of course deep itm. Anybody have insight on prospects of a deal happening? There's been "chatter" which I always take as a pump, but this activity looked unusual. The SNN move wasn't as big as the one back in December so the sell the rumor didn't appear the case this time.

  • Reply to

    are you short guys having fun yet ?

    by gthcgd Feb 26, 2015 3:59 PM
    woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 Feb 27, 2015 8:22 AM Flag

    Absolutely. You called it with the purchase price of SLXP. Paying the right price versus over paying up to $205/share.

  • Reply to

    are you short guys having fun yet ?

    by gthcgd Feb 26, 2015 3:59 PM
    woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 Feb 27, 2015 7:52 AM Flag

    The retail sellers are so funny. They know how to use one word, debt. It must be because that's all they can think about since they are seriously underwater with a lot of debt to show for their shorting. If I was a big seller, I would at least have a reason to. None of them know why they are doing it. We tried to help them in a nice way. That's the funniest part.

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    VRX BUYS SALIX, ONE OF THE BIGGEST SCAM OF CENTURY

    by trangy Feb 25, 2015 2:06 PM
    woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 Feb 26, 2015 7:58 AM Flag

    Wall Street pros make money because they control the market. That's the obvious and will never change. Using defined risk with an itm net short position is your best bet to go against VRX. Just keep rolling that spread until, forever.

  • woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 Feb 26, 2015 7:48 AM Flag

    ynsjam, Too fast? Too soon? Stop and think. VRX just gapped up. It will not break $190. Be smart, don't try going against this one here. A year ago you could have sold big time but I'm just telling you, VRX is consolidating now. The PE is not high. Look at the earning projections. Look at the past earnings. The trend is up, then up some more and VRX has laid down big estimates and crushed them.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 Feb 25, 2015 7:22 AM Flag

    Oh and saying Cramer and VRX just doesn't work together. I'm not a fan. I tried telling him about VRX and asking what he thought on Twitter maybe 2 years ago and got blocked I think. He hated it then and could care less what he thinks now.

  • woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 Feb 25, 2015 7:17 AM Flag

    VRX is big pharma conglomerate and has been for years. You can say role up all you want but if that makes you feel better about justifying your view of the company then cool. I'm sorry if you think VRX will crash, short it and buy puts. I wouldn't advice it but you know it's going to crash. VRX has a very large diversified portfolio of companies that have serious growth potential. This is what every company does. I don't see how you can't see that. Its ALWAYS worked. If you want to say VRX is cooking the books then that would be a point to a model that never works because the management goes to prison. VRX is not cooking any books. Their financial statements are matching exactly what the CEO is saying and the price is going to where he said it would. VRX's Research and Devolopment income has risen 70% to 157 million since 2009. SLXP could have been bid at $205. VRX is smart and has done this before, know they can get it cheaper. Then you'll say they cheated with such a low buyout, well I don't see anybody else raising their hand asking for SLXP. Good timing.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    nice all time high for.........

    by makindoe247 Feb 23, 2015 11:36 PM
    woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 Feb 24, 2015 8:01 AM Flag

    If your saying VRX has almost no R&D then you haven't looked at anything in terms of their financials. AOL did awesome. Pioneer of instant messaging. It split 7 times in a very short time. Had some rough bumps and still trades on the NYSE at $40.28 and even had a special dividend of $5.15 in 2012. Worldcom was just like Enron. Investors did not do what they were supposed to do by reading the details of all the financials and were whipped out. I don't see any similarities between VRX and AOL and Worldcom.

  • If you want post something negative then back it up with something. Throwing something at the wall and hoping it sticks reakly makes some posters sound like morons. I'm not an expert, but doing a little bit of research is not hard. There's a lot of good posters on here with good commentary. Sure you can say whatever you want, but at least give it some authenticity. House of Cards? What is this a Netflix tv show? Pyramid scheme? VRX isn't in Egypt.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Here They go again:

    by i-kashton Feb 12, 2015 4:33 PM
    woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 Feb 22, 2015 11:10 AM Flag

    VRX has the most diversified revenue base of any big pharma. They have hundreds of products with demand. The revenue from these products is not lopsided to one product. 20% of their revenue is from the top 10 products. People still need contact lenses in a resecession. VRX has focused its work in areas of cash pay against insurance, but because people need what VRX is doing, the economic risk is mitigated. VRX has given extremely strong forward guidance even with foreign market headwinds. Their is nothing wrong with the business model.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Wages should be raised to COSTCO level

    by bob.bull99 Feb 21, 2015 3:51 PM
    woopigsooie_2103 woopigsooie_2103 Feb 22, 2015 8:39 AM Flag

    'Wages should be raised to COSTCO level'

    Why? Is COST the same company as WMT? No and it never will be. COST apparently needs to start at $15/hour to try and compete with WMT. Just because COST wants to overpay workers doesn't mean that WMT should even care what COST is paying out.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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