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  • After Hours: Testing the Short Side on Apple, Yahoo and Chipotle [View article]
    hah, more than I would on a 45.5% chance
    Jul 20, 2011. 12:53 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ben 'Rising Food Prices Aren't My Fault' Bernanke Needs to Live in the Now, Not 1930 [View article]
    yes and yes, get ready for $5/gallon at the pump this summer as well.
    Feb 7, 2011. 12:04 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Shorting China Stocks Part of a Bigger Plan? [View article]
    I agree, the report was on CCME was all about timing and not so much content. You had an overbought situation that was not given any time build a base. I'll give the credit to Citron, the timing from a technical standpoint was perfect, no matter how sleazy.
    Feb 3, 2011. 12:36 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Shorting China Stocks Part of a Bigger Plan? [View article]
    Well, for now, it works. Even though the Bronte's and Citron's lack credentials and are BLOGGING about these companies, there is an overall lack of transparency from many of these companies. It's not their fault anymore than yours, but being on the other side of the world will always leave unanswered questions.

    This leads to fear. We don't question apple's numbers because we see 10 ipod commercials a day. But small investors taking a risk in overseas companies are easily swayed because these hit pieces play exactly to their fears. I don't agree it's right, I am long 2 of those companies, but until either these companies cater to the American Investor, or larger institutions step in, there is always a quick buck to be made off of people's fear. Personally i just view them as better entry points. If your long, do what it implies, long-term.
    Feb 2, 2011. 09:00 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Citron Research Questions China Media Express (CCME) [View article]
    ccme-info.xanga.com/74.../

    It's real. You tend to wonder how many shares short Citron had.
    Jan 31, 2011. 06:41 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Thank GDP It's Friday - Fundamentals Finally Matter [View article]
    agree with trumpet 100%
    Jan 28, 2011. 05:44 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Are These 8 Hated Stocks Ready to Pop? [View article]
    or rather COCO is sitting on the largest cash pile and is a perfect candidate for a takeover, low PE aside this stock is priced for failure, anything aside from that will send it much higher. I'm enjoying a nice 20% gain this week, how bout yourself?
    Jan 27, 2011. 07:59 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Corinthian Colleges Is a Value Buy - Regardless of Education Rule Changes [View article]
    Shhhh...i've been buy/writing on this stock for months. I guess the cat's outta the bag though since we're up 20% since Monday morning.
    Jan 27, 2011. 06:50 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Banking on Citigroup to Outperform: A Bullish Option Strategy [View article]
    Buyin up C leaps ....it's a no lose. 2.5 million open interest on the jan 2012 $5. Most i've seen.
    Jan 21, 2011. 07:01 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 20 Statistically Cheap Stocks Worth Researching Further [View article]
    Great list, I agree on a lot of those.
    Jan 18, 2011. 03:31 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Bullish Earnings Options Play For JA Solar(JASO) [View instapost]
    With JASO dropping down 6% today, now is the time to accumulate the june $6 calls currently priced at 1.75, watch for a break below 7.2 into the 6.8 range as a good area to sell the $6 puts.
    Jan 14, 2011. 03:17 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • JA Solar: Key Facts and Figures Heading Into Q3 Earnings Report [View article]
    Fantastic Hobo
    Jan 12, 2011. 06:19 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Thursday Thrust: Just Buy the Darn Dips [View article]
    I agree with you trader, my issue was more with deriding Davis for what he wrote and the general attitude. People have been getting very pissy on the boards recently and I'm guessing the angry ones were betting heavily on a sellfoff and lost. Nobody makes right calls all the time. Hell most people don't make the right calls half of the time. I will say this, if we break range next week(sp500 1225) I wouldn't short this market with anyone's money. As for Davis, on a given day I might read 35-70 articles online about expectations/anaylsis of the market from every source imaginable. It takes a while to sift through all the bullshit that people propagate, as well as opinions. Phil Davis has been wrong this year, more than once. Phil however is right much more than he is wrong, and when he's right, he's so dead on the money it's scary. Read through his past posts and see, Phil is also unique in the fact that he gives the best, most thorough reasons why something is going to do what it does, BEFORE it happens. They might not always be the right reasons but the are pretty convincing arguments in their own right.(not to mention he is an options wizard) . Considering how the markets have reacted this year, there are so many shiteaters and scamartists on this site it shouldn't be hard to call someone on their bullshit(think BeyondTrading or Josh "Investor's Business Daily" Hayes), Davis is not one of them. Many people jump on him because they don't realize the majority of his content is on his website, and he only posts a few free trades here so they assume hes just picking one or two stocks. If I wasn't so strongly against paying for investment advice, Davis would be my first choice(though his rates are insanity). Having said that I greatly appreciate the amount of free material he puts out, and when people go ape-shit on him it makes him less likely to put it out in a free public forum. Not trying to be an ass to you, I like anyone on this site that isn't afraid to call the trash out/ or think for themselves. I'm letting you know, Davis is one of the good guys.

    Anyway, yes long term I think were gonna tank, short term I find a hard time believing anyone's gonna kill this market(and Christmas), but that changes so fast it makes my head spin. I'm safer than most on this website, I only do leveraged, hedged plays, and I'll post when it's pure speculation. Best of luck - Teemoney
    Dec 3, 2010. 04:55 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Thursday Thrust: Just Buy the Darn Dips [View article]
    Traderbaked

    -Cramer managed a hedge fund into the toilet during the tech bust. He was a true trader. Just a really shitty one. He found he could make much more money selling bs.

    - As for your criticism's of Davis' analogy of why the market moved, you are very certain he is wrong. I looked pretty hard, I just couldn't find a reason from you why it moved. I guess it's easy to say someones wrong when you don't have to use those things most people refer to as "facts"(or start with basic grammar/punctuation/en...
    Dec 2, 2010. 11:52 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Deflation Returns and Laughs in QE2's Face [View article]
    The dollar is a cyclical entity. You can disregard your external factors as to why it's rebounding other than efficient market theory. I find it funny that many who were calling for a dead cat bounce are now saying "wait till December". I have a feeling this dead cats gonna bounce pretty high.
    Nov 16, 2010. 08:57 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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