ASKJ - Anyone involved?

Discussion in 'Trading' started by areyoukidding?, Mar 29, 2004.

  1. Does anyone know what fair value is on this thing? I owned in at 6, sold it at 14, and now I just shorted in on Friday, ouch. Any opinions?
     
  2. lojze

    lojze

    I would NEVER short a rallying stock.

    Also I wouldn't short stock, where the stock in same category (MAMA) shot up so much this month.
     
  3. Amen
     


  4. Fair value??????
    There has never been and there never will be any kind of a fair value. In addition, there have never been efficient markets, nor have there ever been efficient portfolios. Only academic suckers believe in that shit, because they don't know and IMHO will never know how to make money.

    Are you kidding, man?
     
  5. Companies are not based on there future earnings or future revenue potential. Sounds like 1999 to me, but maybe Im wrong.
     
  6. Hello...
     
  7. Place a stop a bit above today's high, and an order to cover half at $31.63, and the rest at $25.71.
     
  8. Appreciate it, I wrote some calls and puts too, we'll see what happens.
     
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