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Scary to short AAPL. Like in your example MSFT, it only fell 50% from it's peak. but irrationality is a crazy thing, if the economy starts to recover and people start buying stocks etc, who knows what AAPL could go up to. Kind of like Whitney Tilson, who had the balls to short NFLX. He was correct, but he went in at like $100 something, only to see nflx go to $300 before it finally collapsed. If you really wanna short, best to not be a hero, and short it on the decline.
Looks kinda like a stalker pic
just out of curiosity, does it matter if it's fake? If it's a pattern that you like, and of the same quality
typically if you need some sooner rather than later for fall and winter coming up. Also seasonal things in harder to find sizes that sell out toward the end of season. However if you are good on clothing for the near future, and are looking for more of a good deal to snipe, better sales come up later in the season, and also when they have like preferred customer sale, where you can stack it with clearance items from the previous season you get snipe good deals for the next...
I'd say small if you like it slimmer. M is a little roomier and more like a 15.5 imo
If you have multiple low limit cards you can have them add the credit limit to an existing card when you close it.@opAs others have stated:1) get a parent to cosign2) Pay a nominal amount of money for a secured or partially secured card3) Keep applying until you get one.
yeah doesn't matter where you are located. When SA's place orders through catalogue they don't charge shipping.
+1 he's super nice and very helpful.just placed an order forhttp://www.brooksbrothers.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Merchant_Id=1&Section_Id=680&Product_Id=1718833&Parent_Id=222&default_color=NAVY&sort_by=§ioncolor=§ionsize=should be sweet.
need more matthews!!!!!
Great points, but hard to say what's gonna be obsolete in 10 years especially in Tech. There was a time Nokia had near monopoly on cell phones, billions of dollars in cash, yet today they are practically dead. 10 years ago where was aapl $7/share?
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