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Discussion in 'Business, Careers & Education' started by mikeman, Feb 2, 2011.

  1. Dbear

    Dbear Senior member

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    callin moses to part this sea of red
     
  2. CYstyle

    CYstyle Senior member

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    the world is ending?
     
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    TIBX reports after hours. Been sitting on some for a few months. Lets see what happens. Its up $1 today. Should sell before the report. Someone suggest it, please. I never do it. They always go down after earnings but I still hold.
     
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    so when RIMM resumed trading after hours they sank 10% and came back to only a 2% loss relatively quickly, whats the likelihood they will open back at a lower price tomorrow AM (hopefully 10% lower)?
     
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    Cant say about tomorrow but this stock is a total loser. It will be at 10$ within 6 months I think. Will probably open lower tomorrow but 10% is aggressive, I think 2% is more likely.
     
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    futures point to green. lol, fucking greece, possibly needing a 3rd bailout. not that it should come as a surprise
     
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    Was going to post that. Lets see some gains.

    Its not just Greece, I dumped STD and BBVA on Monday. Spain is in trouble. Kids at age 40 living with their parents?

    Getting more and more bullish about AIG. I may buy some more.
     
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    buyout potential. i'm not touching it though.
    sad to see a cdn company turn to such crap.
     
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    It been like that in Spain for quite a while. Students repeat the same classes over and over again since the cost is so low and there is little work. A lot of the issues now stem from ECB policies now though so the Spanish can't even do anything about it themselves. Both major parties PSOE and PP focus mostly on social issues. I did have a host family I stayed with a few years ago that had a 40 year old guy living with his parents and he finally got his law degree when I was there.

    Still keeping STD I think, they were the most secure bank according to some of my professors last Spring and numbers still look relatively good for them. BBVA I never bought but I think they still have a bit of potential.

    Think I'm picking up a bit of AIG right now.
     
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    Pretty high on AIG also, can't pick up anymore, already locked in with some long calls. No idea if it was a good idea or not--makes it exciting at least. [​IMG]
     
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    So what's the word on ACTC? Any news out there other than messageboard drivel? When's the vote to RS?

    Monaco, if you are here, what's your take on GPXM these days? Lose faith in them?
     
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  12. sableecstasy

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    I take back all of the above...They dropped 2 PR's announcing theyve retired all convertibles and cleared their debts (a la no more dilution) and secured a distribution deal to the armed forces....its gone up almost 350%+ since the time of my last post....am I aware I sound like a pumper, yes, do I care, not all sirs, do your own due diligence and hop on if anyones interested
     
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    Please don't tell me you're paying attention to the Yahoo message board. You should go to investorstemcell.com for all of your ACTC information.
     
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    Dear God the trolls on Yahoo are worse than me. I avoid it unless I'm trolling myself ;)
     
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    With ACTC I plan on buying a bit more to get to a nice round number before the R/S. Now remember they'll most likely be added to the Russell as well so that means automatic buying. I can't wait until institutions are able to buy this thing. I'll remember that I was here early on.
     

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