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To: dougSF30 who wrote (1124)1/18/2008 3:26:00 PM
From: FUBHO
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It would be annoying if I sold today, but I have no intention of doing that.

If it pops back to $21 or $22, you should take what you can get. It is better than nothing.

There are going to be downward revisions for the CPU sector soon...

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To: FUBHO who wrote (1125)1/18/2008 3:28:18 PM
From: dougSF30
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I don't intend to sell for years, Robert. You obviously think I hold short-term, high-strike calls. You're wrong. :)

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To: dougSF30 who wrote (1124)1/18/2008 3:30:26 PM
From: muzosi
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i'd say he did apologize "At least I'm a clown..."

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To: muzosi who wrote (1127)1/18/2008 3:33:00 PM
From: dougSF30
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He seems pretty bitter to me. Must have huge AMD losses from the drop over the past 2 years.

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To: dougSF30 who wrote (1128)1/18/2008 3:35:32 PM
From: FUBHO
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He seems pretty bitter to me.

You gotta be kidding me. I have never been happier watching karma unfold for those stupid enough to have made moves like the following. After all that rudeness, sometimes people really get what they deserve. It is a beautiful thing.

Just picked up another bunch of VNLADs (INTC $20 2009 calls) @ $2.95

Message 22641030

Bought a very small position in VVVADs (2009 $20 AMD calls) just now with shares around $17.20. Some insurance for a 10-20X larger Intel position...

Message 22651819

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To: FUBHO who wrote (1129)1/18/2008 3:43:54 PM
From: dougSF30
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You probably aren't that familiar with options, but, well, even those calls are still trading, as of this moment, at $2.50.

But we were talking about the karma you enjoyed, as AMD fell from 42 to 7.

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To: dougSF30 who wrote (1130)1/18/2008 3:49:22 PM
From: FUBHO
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But we were talking about the karma you enjoyed, as AMD fell from 42 to 7.

I have no financial stake in Intel or AMD. This is all entertainment to me and fantastic entertainment at that.

I hope you understand that $2.50 is less than what you paid for them. That is the financial monitoring I was referring to. You were so busy spamming the thread you forgot to sell and started believing your own BS.

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To: FUBHO who wrote (1131)1/18/2008 4:04:30 PM
From: dougSF30
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I have no financial stake in Intel or AMD.

The question is, did you have a financial stake during the fall?

You were so busy spamming the thread you forgot to sell

Just how dumb are you? Do you think I'm a day trader? Is one supposed to sell the moment an investment goes negative? Are you aware that the investment was still positive when earnings were announced, and was already negative when the option market had re-opened, had I actually wished to implement your brain-dead strategy?

Thanks for the laugh, Robert.

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To: dougSF30 who wrote (1132)1/18/2008 4:10:10 PM
From: FUBHO
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The last time I owned AMD they totally disappointed the Street because of flash losses, so that will tell you how long ago it was.

Is one supposed to sell the moment an investment goes negative?

No, dipshit. You should have sold when it was above $27. Even someone with your intellect should be able to see what you should have done in hindsight.

Now, you are under water and will have to pray for a run into the low-20's that my not happen prior to expiration.

I am glad you find losing money so enjoyable. You seem to be a pro at it. LOL

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To: FUBHO who wrote (1133)1/18/2008 4:16:52 PM
From: dougSF30
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should be able to see what you should have done retroactively

Oh, I see your point! You've figured out that if you can make trades retroactively, you can make lots of money! Brilliant!

Let me know if you have any other major insights.

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