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I was betting on support at around 4.15-4.20 seems it was 4 at least for today.
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In FAS at 69.13
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quote:
Originally posted by Sam229:
In VZ at 28.98.

SAM, I really hope you're not trying to flip VZ. VZ is something you should hold JUST for the Divi in itself....think its still around 6%, right? Its going to take you awhile to get that that 3% I think so hold that for the 4Q and make a good 8-10%. Also, be careful with FAS, could get torched with the correction that might be taking place.
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hey guys, I just started my 3% challenge. first trade ended up only making .0291% after E-trade's outrageous fees. Got in 185 shares of DRV at 15.97 and sold at 16.60.
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Number 2 done. Bought YRCW today at 1.15, sold at 1.22. Gain of 190. whoooo hooooo
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gl aj!

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Contrarian views always appreciated.... :p

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thank you sir!
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Not dead yet. Got out of C and Bac a couple weeks back. Made about 1k between them. Picked up ABK last week for around a 10% gain. Got into Siri and sold the day before it ran, alittle nervouse holding that for any lenght of time. Got in PDS yesterday and sold today for about a 6% gain. Won't have any funds now till probably Wednesday.
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Gambling on a big day for SIRI since it's day 10 and closes over 1 which it should, I'm thinking there will be alot interest. In for 9900 shares @1.21
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Not the greatest gamble for today, should have stayed with my original pick last night of CIIC up 20% plus another 15% in after hours.
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Never sold SIRI, still in from 2 years ago with a decent gain so far. Somehow ended up with 11k shares for an average of $1.10. Somewhere along the way I sold and bought back in. Gonna hold till 450 or 5 and sell half.
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Why not just work & save your money instead of trying to trade stock? You have to consider that trading costs. Commissions, tax on gains, cost of equipment, anxiety & health issues and luck. You can make more by eliminating "toys" in your life like TV, cell phones, high speed internet, dining out, driving to places instead of walking, smoking, drinking alcohol, using illegal drugs, owning more than one vehicle, buying unhealthy foods, getting married and owning a home that exceeds 1200 sq ft. The list goes but you get the point/s. Save don't spend. [Embarrassed] ) [Good Luck]
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"Why not just work & save your money instead of trying to trade stock?"

Kind of a strange remark to leave on a stoock message board. SIRI has treated me pretty well so far.... I'm not feeling an ounce of remorse owning it.

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Finally sold what was left of my entire position in SIRI last Fall and rolled the entire thing into a company called Mettrum which was being bought out by CGC. I siphoned $10 grand off it the year before to pick up more Tweed (now CGC) I had been in CGC since it's. I had my entire day trading account tied up in that for close to 4 years and finally got my funds freed up about two weeks ago. I had a target of $15 to cash my initial investment out. Riding free shares of CGC (TWMJF on the OTC) from now till retirement in 5 years. I highly recommend anyone reading this to park some money in TWMJF for the next few years, easy double from here in not more!
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