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  • Don't Panic, Grab Seadrill Out Of The Bargain Bin Instead [View article]
    Obviously. :-) (I'm a woman, so it would be a 'her personal buy target').

    I've been accumulating SDRL as it has been going down. I just want it to very, very, briefly---TOUCH---$25, just long enough for the computer to make that purchase---and then come shooting back up again with a huge shout of WOOO HOOO!!!!
    Oct 1 12:30 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Don't Panic, Grab Seadrill Out Of The Bargain Bin Instead [View article]
    I'm also waiting on $25.
    Sep 30 03:06 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Don't Panic, Grab Seadrill Out Of The Bargain Bin Instead [View article]
    Waiting on $25. If it hits, I scoop up another armful of SDRL.
    Sep 30 03:05 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Still too early to buy offshore drillers, Wells Fargo says [View news story]
    :-) These companies change hands at drops of hats. It gets really confusing after awhile.
    Sep 25 12:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Will Lastline Make FireEye Need A Lifeline? [View article]
    g3, why do you think I don't have 'depth in the space'? I just asked you a simple question--if you know whether they are rolling something out in stealth mode or not...because as far as I know, they are a software ONLY company...unless something has changed drastically.

    It's not about laziness, it's about access. I don't work for FireEye, so anything they do in stealth mode, I wouldn't know about, and no amount of research on the internet is going to get information that is still unreleased.

    On the other hand, I do know about Palo Alto Network's hardware and software package. This is well-documented information--how it works, how it is implemented, how it is serviced, how the subscription service works. There is a reason why their stock price is around the $100 range. They ARE that good.
    Sep 24 11:36 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Still too early to buy offshore drillers, Wells Fargo says [View news story]
    I thought Bank of America bought Merrill Lynch.
    Sep 24 01:20 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Will Lastline Make FireEye Need A Lifeline? [View article]
    @dastickup, I am unaware of any FireEye hardware. It has been my understanding that they are a software only company. Are they in the process of rolling out a new piece of hardware that is still in stealth mode? I would be interested to find out more about it, if that's the case.
    Sep 24 10:51 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Will Lastline Make FireEye Need A Lifeline? [View article]
    @ paulallee - I would have to disagree with you on a couple of points.

    Firstly, they are both considered a 'new breed' of cyber security.

    FireEye was founded in 2004 and Palo Alto Networks was founded in 2005, and PANW came out with their IPO in July of 2012 and FEYE IPOd August 2013.

    Secondly, in regards to Bromium and Imperva, they only look at a fraction of the network threat vectors and are fairly limited even with what they do.

    Bromium is endpoint security only, and Imperva focuses on data centers only. They aren't an end-to-end security solution. FireEye specializes in malware intelligence and Palo Alto does Network security, endpoint security, as well as malware intelligence.
    Sep 23 01:47 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Stop... Don't Buy Alibaba On Friday [View article]
    Ashamed to say, I got in on the hype too. I had an order placed for a nice size chunk of BABA at $90, and so half the morning, my eye was constantly on the ticker. I kept missing the magic number, but then all of a sudden it hit!

    So now, I can actually say I purchased it for less than opening bell price (not by much, but hey, every penny counts). I know I should have waited for prices to stabilize, but I just could not help myself.
    Sep 20 11:52 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • EU And U.S. Sanctions Drive Seadrill Down 19% And Exxon Out Of The Arctic [View article]
    @Darren McCammon, I bought my initial shares of SDRL because I looked at Fastgraphs and thought it was a fair price. Now that it has dropped some more, the graphs show that it's a good price. That's not as much emotion as it is based upon a chart.

    Now...if I were to go with emotion...I'd purchase some Hershey's because I love chocolate! Hmmm...wonder what their shares are like...
    Sep 19 03:25 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • EU And U.S. Sanctions Drive Seadrill Down 19% And Exxon Out Of The Arctic [View article]
    @fsoriano - best of luck to you also. We're all in this together. :-)
    Sep 19 03:18 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • EU And U.S. Sanctions Drive Seadrill Down 19% And Exxon Out Of The Arctic [View article]
    $120 huh? I'm seriously looking forward to that because right now, I'm kind of heavy on SDRL. Can't believe it dropped so much, because the divs are really fat.
    Sep 19 03:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Coach May Have 40% Upside, Provided Near-Term Execution Goes Smoothly [View article]
    I like Coach. I'm betting they'll do well.
    Sep 19 02:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • EU And U.S. Sanctions Drive Seadrill Down 19% And Exxon Out Of The Arctic [View article]
    Just grabbed another fistful of SDRL at $28.38. Please tell me this is not a stupid move. Been reading about this all day. Some say it's great, some say I'm going to live under a bridge. Not my industry, so don't know anything about it. But I'm still greedy enough to say, "oh look! SDRL's on sale!" And a girl loves a sale!
    Sep 19 01:37 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Realty Income: Pulling Even More Rabbits Out Of Its Hat [View article]
    I sold all my ConAgra because it went up and dumped the funds into O because it went down. LOL. Too funny.
    Sep 18 12:06 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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