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FELL in love with a lady named DELL...she gave me nothing but mostly a trip to HELL. Thank goodness for the impatient investor in me...got out of the rot slightly scratched but it stung like a bee! The lady DELL is still as pretty as they come...but I ain't staying if the going aint fun!
Instead of focusing solely on DELL...this diary will serve to remind me of what I did right and what I screwed up in!...Hopefully, I will look back 10 years from now and realize that I am really a fool at heart!
DELL DIARY...down $12 on 66 million shares at $88.97
The purpose of this thread is to hopefully help fellow threaders from being shaken from the money tree too early. We all know how great DELL has been for those who were good enought to catch it a few years ago. But, what now for those who joined the station later? specifically those who came aboard from 1998 and onwards?
This thread will serve as a "notebook" of KEY DELL moves; NOT for conflicting views..there are two other great related threads for that!
To start off....
Thanks to Jhk_kc
Yesterday (Friday), we saw a massive selloff due to comments from an analyst commenting that DELL would not meet forcasted revenues. Daniel Niles from BancBoston issued a report just days before earnings on the 16th. Is he right? MACD daily shows a sell, Clinton just got acquited, the emerging markets are still sick..what now??
Will it beat 0.31 and split?
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