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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Joe Louis, Jul 12, 2010.
cant afford it
Roku people freaking out, right there with you
I hope not
Yeah I've taken a beating. Still believe in them long term. Going to double down now that its well below $50 again.
Did the same, think the market end of yesterday and today exaggerated it a bit.
jorge is really proud of his 2% savings account with bank of the internet
I've done a lot of research on this topic. If any of you wanna stop being kids and be real with your money I can get you some good rates on internet savings accounts and CDs. PM me.
will they be having black friday deals?
There’s a deal every day.
maybe i can afford to feed myself once my GE puts go through monday morning
Or get some nuggets for a dollar. Win/Win.
settle down there bezos
You’ll get there Warren.
10 Chicken Nuggets for $1 deal.
GE getting pooped on
GE puts are keeping me above water today since ACB, RXII, and MSFT all took a huge dump
Good lord, what is happening to the market? I do not understand why everyones pets heads are falling off?
We are heading for recession in early 2019 bb
I really, really hope you're wrong tbh
We are in the late innings of the biz cycle / bull market and volatility is a staple of that.
GS wut r u doing
Tis better to have loved money and lost it...
Today was not fun, last week got back up, today back to the bottom
GE having an incredible day because literally nothing makes sense
Selling portion of profitable subsidiary to pay down debt on shitty energy business and fund $30 billion pension obligation is bullish
I like the new CEO. I think he has a shot to keep the above water. Like I said last week, it is a gamble, but I do think there is upside here.
new CEO seems sharp and also is taking necessary steps to try to keep the company afloat even though it's tanking the stock.
filing chapter 11 and trying to start over might be the long term answer.
i dont have any money invested or short this one. just interesting.
The Baker Hughes acquisition has been a disaster for GE it seems.
Will be cashed out by end of next year
Sec filing regarding the California wildfire.
There's an energy company that's likely/reasonably responsible....the total damage will be waaaaaay in excess of their insurance coverage.
Already lost half its value since that form was filed. Goodnight sweet prince
DGAZ is ripe.
Fwiw-they were forced in to bankruptcy back in 2001 or so due to the regulatory environment in CA.
They pushed out another 8-k on the 5th with an extensive slide deck (50+pages). I'm reading thru it now. They expect (net of insurance) to spend $2.6B on the Butte and Northern CA wildfires which includes legal fees.
If youre interested, slide 6 has their plan of action. By 2023, 50% of opex will be capex relating to their Community Wildlife Safety Program.
I'm gonna shoot CNN an email at lunch and see if I can't get some air time.
but they sold at a discount and it’s covering hardly any of their assload of debt right? i don’t see any reason for the stock price to jump up like it did
It’s back down now
Sold at a discount relative to the stock price today and baker Hughes was trading 10 points higher 3 months ago.
The new CEO seems sharp but he has a lot of work to do
They offered zero guidance on the last earnings call so I think they even don’t know what will happen going forward
Someone teach me to short a stock. I think the California energy company will have a stock price that moves from $19 current price to under $10 by Jan 1......and under $5 by the summer.
Citi has an estimate of a $15B liability. That'll bankrupt the company. Half of that would bankrupt the company. And there speculation that they're responsible for the campfire wildfire as well. Which has $15B coast as well.
shouldve done this two days ago!
also, litigating those cases will take for fucking ever. it looks like the company had 17 billion in revenue last year.
It's still gonna move. How do I do it? On etrade or fidelity?
on etrade go to the same screen you would to buy an equity and instead of buy select sell short from the drop down menu.
And then it'll give me the option to select date and amount?
Basically, I want to do what this guy did:
You need to buy puts. Will limit your exposure.
Yea, that's it. How do I do that?
You may not be able to see it because you are not approved for options trading. You should contact your broker / download the form to fill out to be authroized to trade options.
There should be somewhere in your brokerage that you can find for "options trading"