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  • The Scariest Margin Call Since 1792 [View article]
    I am an options trader, and my main emphasis is to try to garner 50% returns while risking 10% of capital.
    Mar 17 05:22 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Scariest Margin Call Since 1792 [View article]
    Sorry but the chart is clearly showing immediate and precipitous drops after margin debt peaks of 1986, 2000, and 2008. So why make a statement about 3, 6, month and one year after the peaks, when he main thing is to avoid those huge drops?
    Mar 17 05:20 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Inc. - Don't Short A Quiet Stock [View instapost]
    thanks for the informative article. what in your estimation is the percentage chances of apple closing at or below 515 this friday?
    Nov 12 05:59 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • More from Gundlach: Not concerned about inflation, he calls TIPS (TIP) "pretty bad" investments and says he'll be a buyer if the 10-year (TLT) yield bounces back to 2% (off 3 bps today to 1.94%). As for the inevitable Apple (AAPL -3.3%) question - he prefers the common stock to the just-issued bonds. Warren Buffett says he prays for stocks he owns to go down in price - it allows him and company repurchase programs to buy at better prices. Is Apple putting money to work the last couple of days? [View news story]
    @ harrykutcher apple has very few short sellers, and when it goes down it's because holders are selling and no new buyers can be found! i thought this should be clear by now!
    May 17 12:29 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Flight To Safety Or Crash And Burn? [View article]
    well sorry I forgot to mention the name. But since it happened, i might as well turn it into a puzzle. One hint: Can't be compared to an orange!
    Get it?
    Apr 14 08:30 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • A Flight To Safety Or Crash And Burn? [View article]
    if you bought it @ 400, in ten years your cost basis will have been around 250! which will by then be equal to cash alone! if you reinvest divvies, even better!
    Apr 13 01:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Flight To Safety Or Crash And Burn? [View article]
    valuation will be irresistible!
    Apr 13 12:59 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Flight To Safety Or Crash And Burn? [View article]
    i believe apple will be negatively correlated to the s&p from here on out. i would definitely buy those on dips!
    Apr 13 12:58 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Where's The Hot Money Drained From Apple Stock? Can Behavioral Analysis Find It? [View article]
    could it be it went into buying options vs. the stock?
    Mar 31 09:59 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Your Earnings Season Preview: J.C. Penney [View article]
    how many stores does it have? and what is the average size?
    Mar 16 07:42 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Google Stole Apple's Mojo [View article]
    what goes around comes around... Google 600 or less in 3 months!
    Mar 4 04:37 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple (AAPL -0.7%) rises slightly as David Einhorn makes his case for a preferred stock distribution (webcast). Einhorn imagines Apple issuing one or more "iPrefs" with a face value of $50 to shareholders for each common share owned. Each iPref would pay a $0.50/share quarterly dividend, and would be publicly traded. The iPrefs would yield more than Microsoft and IBM's long-term debt, and the Fed's zero interest rate policy "creates enormous demand for safe income," Einhorn argues. (live blog[View news story]
    Against free issue of ipreffs! It will have deleterious effect on the value of the common and mess with all exising option positions. Only benefit to existing shareholders for a one time distribution of preferred! No long term solution for the common stock
    Feb 22 03:52 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The judge presiding over Greenlight Capital's suit against Apple (AAPL) over the bundling of proposals within its proxy says Greenlight has shown a "likelihood of success," suggesting a ruling in Greenlight's favor is on the way. Apple's shareholder meeting arrives on Feb. 27. (previous) Update (5:19PM ET): Full quote from Reuters. "Candidly I do think the likelihood of success is in favor for Greenlight," says district judge Richard Sullivan. Should the case go forward, he'll focus on whether Greenlight would be irreparably harmed by a bundled vote. [View news story]
    @STDvooh: A board will not move to do things willy nilly and without thought. And by bundling three items together they are disallowing a person to vote for one item and against the other items. What could possibly be gained by this move other than the board thinks people will gloss over the one item, and just give a yes vote just to be a good sport? It's obscurantism at its worst. It's like the older brothers tag along the younger brother to the party, and we just let him slide as a favor to the brothers. Only this time there's money on the line! And you know when there's money on the line it's never something "no one else cares about"
    By the way I happen to be against having two classes of shares where one class might take value away from the other, just because I trade options and my options are based on the value of the common!
    However I must call a spade what it is...
    Feb 21 02:33 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The judge presiding over Greenlight Capital's suit against Apple (AAPL) over the bundling of proposals within its proxy says Greenlight has shown a "likelihood of success," suggesting a ruling in Greenlight's favor is on the way. Apple's shareholder meeting arrives on Feb. 27. (previous) Update (5:19PM ET): Full quote from Reuters. "Candidly I do think the likelihood of success is in favor for Greenlight," says district judge Richard Sullivan. Should the case go forward, he'll focus on whether Greenlight would be irreparably harmed by a bundled vote. [View news story]
    i can think of no valid reason: perhaps they want to save paper and ink by keeping the number of items low, or maybe time savings is on their mind, for voters to answer once for three questions? Really none valid! Good for Greenlight!
    Feb 19 06:14 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The judge presiding over Greenlight Capital's suit against Apple (AAPL) over the bundling of proposals within its proxy says Greenlight has shown a "likelihood of success," suggesting a ruling in Greenlight's favor is on the way. Apple's shareholder meeting arrives on Feb. 27. (previous) Update (5:19PM ET): Full quote from Reuters. "Candidly I do think the likelihood of success is in favor for Greenlight," says district judge Richard Sullivan. Should the case go forward, he'll focus on whether Greenlight would be irreparably harmed by a bundled vote. [View news story]
    And what, pray, was the argument for bundling the three proposals again?
    Feb 19 06:08 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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