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  • From Russia With Love: Russian Ruble And Stocks Set To Soar [View article]
    I hope you are correct but there are still obstacles to overcome before I will put any of my money in RSX. Putin is taking a deep breath but don't believe for a second that Russia is walking away. Russian troops have not withdrawn...nor will they IMO. What you have recommended may pay off for you and your clients but it's not without a high level of risk. Heck, with the way the market darlings keep green day after day...why not recommend to your clients to buy TSLA calls. Much less risk and probably a better reward over the next several months.
    Mar 4 10:33 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 3 Reasons Why Apple Is Heading Lower [View article]
    Well, I guess now SA can claim they called it right no matter which direction it goes. I see. A lot of companies right now that I can see significant downside....AAPL is not one of them. IMHO, anyone advising a client to short APPL at its current valuation should find another line of work.
    Dec 7 12:06 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple Would-Be Shorts: Bide Your Time, Apple's Run Will Be Over Soon Enough [View article]
    Placing this what you do? I think that's the problem with the markets anymore and why we have unproven companies like Tesla, Twitter, etc. flying high. Apple is a well polished cash making machine. Go ahead and bet against them....just more money for me with the next short squeeze.
    Nov 29 05:10 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Vale Still Is Overvalued And What The Iron Ore Market Weakness Means [View article]
    "Dividends being meager don't work well as a strategy for a company with hugged variable labor costs going UP and iron ore prices going DOWN."
    I don't consider the dividend "meager". It's higher than many other stocks I own. Labor costs in SA are cheap and metal prices will go back up. And I disagree with your comment that supply will grow faster then demand "long term". Maybe short term, but the moning corporations are smart enough to know NOT to produce and over supply...long term.
    May 14 02:26 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment