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Stamps.com Inc. (STMP)

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    Jimmy Ray
    Jimmy Ray
    Yes, regularly wrong until I'm ultimately right in a big eay. STMP is worth about $30. Only a matter of time before the deal with the USPS gets unwound. when it does, the stock will crash. And that's why there is such an Incredible amount of insider selling on a regular basis. In the meantime, you can keep making fun of me.
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    Kaitlyn
    Kaitlyn
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    bob
    bob
    Jimmy. how ya feeling today. wrong again. who do you work for?
  • n
    no_fool
    no_fool
    Every time STMPS pulls back a dime or two, I just buy me some more.
    It will reach a new high this year!
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    Ashley
    Ashley

    If we are to go off the RSI then you could argue that a pull back next day or so could occur on STMP before rallying up. Do you guys find it difficult to know when to buy or sell something? I prefer to get my stocks from https://activepennystocks1.blogspot.com.

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  • M
    Mark
    Mark
    Why the sharp drop?
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    Girg
    Girg
    190 stop loss
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    Girg
    Girg
    as long as the gov subsidizes these usps jobs we be good.
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    Girg
    Girg
    I don"t see what limits this rise jobs economy all good
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    Donna
    Donna
    This company van only continue to grow like an early GOOG. Online shoppers are flocking to STMP.
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    bob
    bob
    because the pc providers are helping to increase postage volumes and revenue for the post office. the little bit the post office pays is miniscule compared to the extra revenue they would not normally get. period.
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    Me
    Me
    The Postal Service lost over 6 billion dollars of our tax payer money in 2016 alone. If there is some magic way that private companies are able to deliver as good a service for less money, then why can't the public sector adopt those practices? I guess as long as there is a vested interest in siphoning public funds to private enterprise contracting out will continue. Be careful people. Sooner or later Trump will drain the Swamp.
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    King Lane
    King Lane

    Stamps.com article in Washington Post this morning

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/as-us-postal-service-struggles-stampscom-fortunes-rise/2017/08/04/27b1ffcc-763c-11e7-8f39-eeb7d3a2d304_story.html?utm_term=.6b62a3d69a92

    In the comments section lissack nade a very cogent post:

    Stamps.com is adept at screwing over the American taxpayer and the USPS is helping them do it. They argue they are boosting "volume" (and maybe they are) but at a cost of lost revenue -- and guess who covers the losses -- we the taxpayers.
    Notice that the Post Office refused to comment to the Post but was happy to comment to the blog of none other thanStamps.com.
    There is smoke in the air and a foul odor. Usually that suggests both a cover up and a stink. When I tried to FOIA the contracts between Stamps.com and the USPS I was denied -- business secrets they claimed -- yup most folks who have dirty laundry to cover up want it to remain a secret.

    As U.S. Postal Service struggles, Stamps.com fortunes rise
    The Postal Service isn’t the only one making money when a mail carrier brings a new pair of shoes or a school backpack to your door.
    www.washingtonpost.com
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    Renegade Quark
    Renegade Quark
    Boy oh boy, the shorts have to be crying the blues today. Lol, I love watching people who bet against growth lose their houses. I never short stocks out of principle. It's a personal choice because I consider short sellers the low lives of Wall Street. Today some of them paid dearly for their negativity.
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    bullybear
    bullybear
    still a large short interest / 3 to 4 days to cover yikes would hate to be short here
  • d
    dave
    dave
    Told you guys just a few months ago to load up @ 103-105 I run an commerce business and stamps has bought all of the good commerce shipping platforms. This company is solid and positioned.
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    David
    David
    jimmy, see you at 170
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    thomas
    thomas
    Jimmy you crying yet?
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    King Lane
    King Lane
    Why wouldn’t senior postal official Jim Cochrane NOTspeak to the WP when he had no issue speaking & being quoted on STMP’s blog?

    Does he have something to hide?

     

    I went back to yesterday’s WP STMP article to see if there were any public comments added.

    There were 80!!!   

    One in particularly one caught my eye…

     

    “JavaJunkie88

    1 day ago

    Only two questions
    To whom did those who are getting "special discounts" give kickbacks to?
    AND
    How much did those executives who gave the sweetheart deals at USPS receive in bribes?”

     

     

    I then reread yesterday’s article.

    These sentences from yesterday’s article jumped out at me…

    “After declining The Post’s requests for interviews, a senior Postal Service official, Chief Customer and Marketing Sales Officer Jim Cochrane, discussed negotiated service agreements and other discount programs Tuesday with a Stamps.com marketing executive for a blog post on the company’s website.”

     

    I’m no Sam Spade, but Jim Cochrane would be the first person I would pose JavaJunkie88’s core questions to.

    Just follow the money!

     
    Stamps.com - Buy Postage Online, Print USPS Stamps and Shipping Labels
    Buy USPS postage online from your PC, easily print postage stamps and shipping labels for all USPS mail classes.
    stamps.com
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    David
    David
    jimmy, you should know when we talk about usps, we are pretty much talking about the federal government, a lot of bureaucracies!!! earning money is never a real objective for them. acutally they feel very proud of losing money...
    so even they know there's a loophole, but who cares? the loophole will always be there.