Friday, October 26, 2007
CFC call is going well/ Fuck you shorts, you're dead
My guess, the shorts get boot stomped, all the way to the closing bell.
With my money, I'm buying WBD, BWLD and JCG.
In short, you're all free to get drunk, throw shit around and buy stocks.
So what the heck are you still holding MVIS the loser for? Why do you still refuse to buy SWC? You bad luck continues for as long as you do not own SWC and as long as you continue to own MVIS.
I missed you - sold SWC when I was down 5% and picked up XFML and am now down 16% - two fucking grat trades. It's a very, very, very minor position. I spill that money out of my pockets when I change my pants. Maids scramble around for it, but I just stare in amazement. Man, this is a country of have and have nots.
This market is rocking just like I said. I am god!
SWC is a great stock worth holding for long term. I am not worried about 5% up or down any day. If you know it's going up 20 to 40 folds in 4 years, you want to hold on tight no matter what. It's meaningless to sell on 5% gain or 5% loss.
One regret I have is with JRCC. Loaded up quite some around $4. But sold premature to laod up SWC and PAL. I think it will fall on a very bad quarterly earning next week. Watch it and then load some.
So you are fucking your mother goat which also has a dick? Weird.
SWC does not suck Romanian goat tits. Your MVIS may do.
I'm thinking about shorting SWC as a pears trade. My catalyst is they suck & so do you.
Prison-pussy bearded cryto-sexual umbrella totin' Snowman did not narrate and sing "Parradium and Pratinum" now did he?
Now did he??
Dumb shat. Get with the program.
Tip: They still show Rudolph seventy times every year on twelve different cable channels.
If you bought PAL, you will buy SWC next. The temptation to make profit is irresistable. You should have bought a few weeks ago. Why do you guys have to wait for Jim Rogers speak, before you will make the move? Jim Roger is smart. But he is not the only one who is smart.
A nice tip here other than palladium: Buy some tellurium, which is produced in area 52 only. Thank me later.
Congatulations JJ! At that rate all palladium has to do is go to $100,212 an oz in 10 years and youll have a double.
If palladium goes to $100,212 as you said, how much money SWC will be making. And it will be selling at double today's price? I wish there is such a steal in the market place.
Well the steal is right here right now. Buy SWC now. It's cheaper than buying it 10 years later.
No do not blame on management. There are only two things in metal mining: The sales revenue, and the mining cost. Digging one ton of rock from 500 meters down under and smelter the rocks to extract just half an ounce precious metal. That is very costly.
The problem is with the price disparity of palladium versis platinum. Both metals are equally scarce and cost equally to mine. So why should palladium is 4 times cheaper than platinum? It's a historical price aberration which will be corrected.
If Palladium is priced the same as platinum, SWC would have been making huge amount of money already. But the metal price will be moving up a lot for sure.
The sales revenue versus stock price ratio of SWC is super high. If only a fraction of the sales turn into profit that's a lot of money.
But hey, if the dollar continues to slide you might actually make some money by accident, even with such a poorly run company as SWC.
For those folks buying PCU in the middle of 2003, what kind of chart did they have to show. Did they have a chart to show where PCU is in 2007, or all they had is a chart showing a dead flat snake from 1993 to 2003?
There are fundamental reasons that palladium price must go up, and go up a lot, and it is not because of US dollar. I researched and listed all the reasons that palladium will go up, on my blog site. Too bad you did not read them.
You think I just toss a dice and then decided to concentrate 90% of my 401K into palladium play?
I don't look at charts, I look at fundamentals. You extrapolate any chart, it either tells you the stock is going to infinity, or is going to zero. You have to look at fundamentals.
Now what happens if Russians STOP selling the stockpile, not because they don't want to, but because they simply run out? In 2000 one rumor that the Russians will halt stockpile sale was enough to send palladium to $1100. What will happen today when the Russians simply do not have any more?
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