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post #1846 of 6102
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Originally Posted by Slopho View Post

I thought you got out of MAPP.

Nope, got greedy.

Was waiting for the bounce on the announcement to break even, even had a sell order in, but it failed to exec because of 5 cents. Should have sold and taken a few $ loss, now I am in a slog and will have to day trade my way out or just wait.
post #1847 of 6102
Man, nice to have this on such a red day...

Clearly some big institutional buying happening today.

American International Group, Inc.
(NYSE:AIG)
32.92
+2.05 (6.64%)
Vol / Avg. 30.41M/15.19M
Real-time: 3:12PM EDT
post #1848 of 6102
red across the board for me. not too worried as the stocks i hold were bought mostly on fundamentals... great buying ops, wish i had a little more cash.
post #1849 of 6102

Looks like GLUU bought Deer Hunter and there's movement in after hours.

 

Should we expect a pop tomorrow morning--or is this sort of a "meh" acquisition?

 

(and pretty stoked about AIG)  nod[1].gif

post #1850 of 6102
I've been waiting for a pullback. my IRA is pretty much straight cash
post #1851 of 6102
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Originally Posted by idfnl View Post

For me its AIG, MAPP and SBUX. Everything else is red as hell.
Trade the outrageous. AIG's PE of 3.7 is that.
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I've been waiting for a pullback. my IRA is pretty much straight cash

Just put the deposit into my Roth IRA today, too many things on super sale right now not sure what I want to buy
post #1852 of 6102
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Originally Posted by stevent View Post

Just put the deposit into my Roth IRA today, too many things on super sale right now not sure what I want to buy

i'm still waiting. think it can drop some more.
post #1853 of 6102
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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

Looks like GLUU bought Deer Hunter and there's movement in after hours.

Should we expect a pop tomorrow morning--or is this sort of a "meh" acquisition?

(and pretty stoked about AIG)  nod%5B1%5D.gif

I thought it was meh until I did a little research and saw how big the Deer Hunter franchise is. Also, GLUU is paying royalties for the franchise until Sept. 2015, so this isn't costing us any cash or shares.

When we hit profitability this year, it will be with 0 debt and around 30 million cash in the bank.

edit: Whatever it takes to get us closing above 5 a share will make me happy, should be blastoff after that IMO.
post #1854 of 6102
so buy GLUU or what? tongue.gif I've been missing this for months.
post #1855 of 6102
Hate to say yeah buy it only to see it immediately go down for ya, that's how it works with me. I bought last year at a little over 5 only to watch it fall to 1.80 LOL. If you can stomach volatility go for it, if not, avoid.

If you like to trade though, seems to be a great stock for that.
post #1856 of 6102
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Originally Posted by javyn View Post

Hate to say yeah buy it only to see it immediately go down for ya, that's how it works with me. I bought last year at a little over 5 only to watch it fall to 1.80 LOL. If you can stomach volatility go for it, if not, avoid.
If you like to trade though, seems to be a great stock for that.

I'm tempted to run a backtest on GLUU just to see what we would have made compared to you javyn. :P

What year did you buy in?
post #1857 of 6102
AIG again !!!

32.89 +0.37 (1.14%)
After Hours: 33.39 +0.50 (1.52%)
Apr 5, 7:58PM EDT

Goddam... I'm rolling with this trade already. Bought at 29 last week.

Picked up some IBM today on the pullback.
post #1858 of 6102
Also, can someone recommend some high-volatility stocks with decent-to-high liquidity that have been around since at least the beginning of 2004?

Anything that meets those criteria would be appreciated.
post #1859 of 6102
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Originally Posted by NameBack View Post

Also, can someone recommend some high-volatility stocks with decent-to-high liquidity that have been around since at least the beginning of 2004?
Anything that meets those criteria would be appreciated.

Recent volatility?
post #1860 of 6102
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Recent volatility?

Or in general. Either works.
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