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    Quote Originally Posted by Nolan View Post
    Day traders who managed to get in when it counted at least.

    I was apparently not so inaccurate when I estimated we'd found the ceiling. And against my better judgement, hoping to see the century mark, I went in at 93 for 40 more shares anyways with the intent to make a simple 5% or so. Got out at 78. Oh well. Win some, lose some. Only went in for 50 total, so not a life changer whatsoever.

    Well played, L.A... I should have paid attention to this thread when it was started.
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    I appreciate the encouragement. First hand interactions on places like the 4 carry a lot more weight for me than words of random authors out in Webistan. Seeing folks you "know" in real time score big positions keeps the fire lit.

    NFLX is a tough one for me. I want it to fail so badly on principle. Spent almost three years with (and purchased an engagement ring for) a girl who happened to be a marketing director for Netflix. Girl took extended liberties with a Netflix coworker while I was in Afghanistan, and neglected to mention the ongoing shenanigan until after I'd flown her to the French Riviera to propose in Cannes. Anyways, that's my slightly unwarranted position against NFLX, which means we're still on topic.
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    Wtf, GPRO!


    You're killing me. Killlllin me. Log into my account, and we're doing 80 today. I'm pants-on-head confused by this company.

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    So they announced earnings yesterday and destroyed the estimates and did really well - awesome! Then they announce the departure of their COO on the same call and the stocks plummet, ugh!! Couldn't they at least wait a day or two for stocks to rally a bit from the earnings beat...

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    Its almost like they're sabotaging their own stock. I agree.

    It would have been nice to lock in some gains THEN announce her departure!
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    That was bad!
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    glad i didn't buy any

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    Came to post this exact thread. Anyone still in?


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    "Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude.“
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