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#1: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-07 19:33:53 by the_sarp

What stock, or stock type would represent the potential to rise the
most for a person WILLING TO LOSE HIS ENTIRE INVESTMENT?

That is to say, if you were willing to lose everything for the chance
for tremendous gains, what gamble would you make?


the sarp

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#2: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-07 19:47:31 by blash

sarp asks:

> That is to say, if you were willing to lose everything for the chance
> for tremendous gains, what gamble would you make?

Go to the track and parlay the longest odds horse in each of the first
eight races....Your misery will be over quickly.......

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#3: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-07 21:16:56 by the_sarp

Blash wrote:
> Go to the track and parlay the longest odds horse in each of the first
> eight races....Your misery will be over quickly.......

This thread is not for joke posts. now go away.

sarp

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#4: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-07 21:50:17 by conquestcapital

It's one thing to put all your eggs in one basket, and buy something
that is likely to make a lot of money ... it is a whole other to know
when that stock has gone up and is headed the other way. Knowing when
to buy and when to sell can be accomplished in many ways. But, is you
buy a good set of tools, the risk of losing everything can be
elimiated, without compromising your profitability. There are many
companies and investment services that publish signals for stocks ...
telling you when to buy and when to sell, tracking all of the major
indexes. www.stocksignals.ca is a perfect example. I have been
subscribing for years ... and they have saved me thousands, and earned
me thousands.

Just a suggestion ... not really what you are looking for, but a
suggestion on another way that you don't have to risk it all for the
possibility of gains.

C.C.

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#5: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-07 21:59:05 by PeterL

sarp wrote:
> What stock, or stock type would represent the potential to rise the
> most for a person WILLING TO LOSE HIS ENTIRE INVESTMENT?
>
> That is to say, if you were willing to lose everything for the chance
> for tremendous gains, what gamble would you make?
>

Superlotto baby!!


>
> the sarp

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#6: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-07 22:33:09 by LuckyDucky

> What stock, or stock type would represent the potential to rise the
> most for a person WILLING TO LOSE HIS ENTIRE INVESTMENT?
>
> That is to say, if you were willing to lose everything for the chance
> for tremendous gains, what gamble would you make?
>
>
> the sarp


You'd want the Options game mister... and most probably the Commodity Futures
Options ( Oil, Nat gas, Gold, etc) for best bang and nausea.

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#7: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-07 22:34:38 by hchickpeaREMOVEME

&quot;sarp&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com" target="_blank">the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt;What stock, or stock type would represent the potential to rise the
&gt;most for a person WILLING TO LOSE HIS ENTIRE INVESTMENT?
&gt;
&gt;That is to say, if you were willing to lose everything for the chance
&gt;for tremendous gains, what gamble would you make?
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;the sarp

WNDXQ

In bankruptcy, very possibly going to zero , but...

The market has lost interest in the chain, but P.L. has dumped the
under performing stores, and the stores have been understaffed long
enough by the bankruptcy restrictions to drive away all the customers
right down to the core diehards. The price reflects that and is right
about $.30/share.

If WD comes out of bankruptcy this summer, I expect to see a large
staffing increase once the accountants' chains are lifted. I'm
already seeing the beginnings of that with more clerks, and hiring
signs. That means a sudden surge of sales (just guessing, I'd
estimate at least double the current sales).

The smaller and more profitable overall footprint also makes it an
interesting speculation that Publix or another regional, or even
Target or Walmart could become interested in it. I've noticed that
the WD stores around here that were near Publix and WalMart were
closed. Was that to make it more attractive as a take-over target, or
just co-incidence? I haven't studied enough to see if that was a
consistent pattern.

No matter how I look at it, I don't see any place for WD to go but up
if it makes it out of bankruptcy. What the stock value will be the
day after the courts are through is the potential killer. The first
year out of bankruptcy will tell the long term possibilities.

Remember that the movie theatres went through a similar set of
bankruptcies, dumped bad leases and long term deals, and came out
fine.

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#8: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-07 23:49:52 by 704set

&quot;sarp&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com" target="_blank">the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com</a>&gt; wrote in message
news:<a href="mailto:1141762616.844945.248180&#64;j33g2000cwa.googlegroups.com..." target="_blank">1141762616.844945.248180&#64;j33g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...</a>
&gt;
&gt; Blash wrote:
&gt;&gt; Go to the track and parlay the longest odds horse in each of the
&gt;&gt; first
&gt;&gt; eight races....Your misery will be over quickly.......
&gt;
&gt; This thread is not for joke posts. now go away.
&gt;
&gt; sarp
&gt;

Obviously you haven't been around this NG very long.

704set

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#9: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-08 00:00:31 by Don S

704set wrote:

&gt;&quot;sarp&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com" target="_blank">the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com</a>&gt; wrote in message
&gt;news:<a href="mailto:1141762616.844945.248180&#64;j33g2000cwa.googlegroups.com..." target="_blank">1141762616.844945.248180&#64;j33g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...</a>
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;&gt;Blash wrote:
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt; Go to the track and parlay the longest odds horse in each of the
&gt;&gt;&gt;first
&gt;&gt;&gt;eight races....Your misery will be over quickly.......
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;This thread is not for joke posts. now go away.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;sarp
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;
&gt;
&gt;Obviously you haven't been around this NG very long.
&gt;
&gt;704set
&gt;
&gt;
Way back in the good ol' days, when there was a little man off in a side
room of the NYSE that typed the information to the ticker tape all day
long and when things got slow he would sometimes type a joke on the tape
that was sent everywhere.

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#10: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-08 03:02:48 by blash

sarp scribbles:

&gt;
&gt; Blash wrote:
&gt;&gt; Go to the track and parlay the longest odds horse in each of the first
&gt;&gt; eight races....Your misery will be over quickly.......
&gt;
&gt; This thread is not for joke posts. now go away.
&gt;
&gt; sarp
&gt;

Any other orders boy???

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#11: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-08 03:46:05 by AlanSmith215

Forgive for seemingly implying anything, but are you in any way
involved with this company outside of being a user of their software?

Thanks.

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#12: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-08 06:35:40 by Arthur

An yet another BB OT POS

Z E R O

I smell a foul odor around this sewer.

arthur
==

On Tue, 07 Mar 2006 21:34:38 GMT, <a href="mailto:hchickpeaREMOVEME&#64;hotmail.com" target="_blank">hchickpeaREMOVEME&#64;hotmail.com</a> (Harry
Chickpea) wrote:

&gt;No matter how I look at it, I don't see any place for WD to go but up
&gt;if it makes it out of bankruptcy. What the stock value will be the

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#13: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-08 06:38:22 by Arthur

Better than the question which has a bad bait smell about it.

a
==

On 7 Mar 2006 12:16:56 -0800, &quot;sarp&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com" target="_blank">the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt;
&gt;Blash wrote:
&gt;&gt; Go to the track and parlay the longest odds horse in each of the first
&gt;&gt; eight races....Your misery will be over quickly.......
&gt;
&gt;This thread is not for joke posts. now go away.
&gt;
&gt;sarp

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#14: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-08 07:46:40 by the_sarp

Harry Chickpea wrote:
&gt; &quot;sarp&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com" target="_blank">the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com</a>&gt; wrote:
&gt;
&gt; &gt;What stock, or stock type would represent the potential to rise the
&gt; &gt;most for a person WILLING TO LOSE HIS ENTIRE INVESTMENT?
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;That is to say, if you were willing to lose everything for the chance
&gt; &gt;for tremendous gains, what gamble would you make?
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;the sarp
&gt;
&gt; WNDXQ
&gt;
&gt; In bankruptcy, very possibly going to zero , but...
&gt;
&gt; The market has lost interest in the chain, but P.L. has dumped the
&gt; under performing stores, and the stores have been understaffed long
&gt; enough by the bankruptcy restrictions to drive away all the customers
&gt; right down to the core diehards. The price reflects that and is right
&gt; about $.30/share.
&gt;
&gt; If WD comes out of bankruptcy this summer, I expect to see a large
&gt; staffing increase once the accountants' chains are lifted. I'm
&gt; already seeing the beginnings of that with more clerks, and hiring
&gt; signs. That means a sudden surge of sales (just guessing, I'd
&gt; estimate at least double the current sales).
&gt;
&gt; The smaller and more profitable overall footprint also makes it an
&gt; interesting speculation that Publix or another regional, or even
&gt; Target or Walmart could become interested in it. I've noticed that
&gt; the WD stores around here that were near Publix and WalMart were
&gt; closed. Was that to make it more attractive as a take-over target, or
&gt; just co-incidence? I haven't studied enough to see if that was a
&gt; consistent pattern.
&gt;
&gt; No matter how I look at it, I don't see any place for WD to go but up
&gt; if it makes it out of bankruptcy. What the stock value will be the
&gt; day after the courts are through is the potential killer. The first
&gt; year out of bankruptcy will tell the long term possibilities.
&gt;
&gt; Remember that the movie theatres went through a similar set of
&gt; bankruptcies, dumped bad leases and long term deals, and came out
&gt; fine.

You seem to be the only serious respondent to this thread.

WNDXQ is now WNDXQ.PK

Northwest, Delta, and Japan Airlines --- are also going through
bankruptcy or restructuring and selling very low. Vivendi-Universal
pulled out by replacing CEO's and restructuring, but it was obvious
very soon that it would not go bankrupt. A similar situation happened
with Merck.

I am willing to lose money for the possibility of gains that will make
up for what I have lost. But companies in the midst of bankruptcy is a
risk even I am not willing to take.

Even if Winn Dixie comes out of bankruptcy, it sounds like a take-over
candidate, which is good.

Do you know how to find out exactly within a day or two when the
bankruptcy will be resolved? (hopefully on a free source on the
internet).

sarp

..

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#15: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-08 07:49:22 by the_sarp

LuckyDucky wrote:
&gt;
&gt; You'd want the Options game mister... and most probably the Commodity Futures
&gt; Options ( Oil, Nat gas, Gold, etc) for best bang and nausea.

I just read Andrew Tobias on options.

He says it's a game even brokers lose on.

You really have to be an insider to play options. I am not.

The biggest options play in the world now is the China card, is it not?

sarp

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#16: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-08 15:28:11 by Bill Reid

sarp &lt;<a href="mailto:the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com" target="_blank">the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt; What stock, or stock type would represent the potential to rise the
&gt; most for a person WILLING TO LOSE HIS ENTIRE INVESTMENT?
&gt;
&gt; That is to say, if you were willing to lose everything for the chance
&gt; for tremendous gains, what gamble would you make?
&gt;
As always (big sigh), I would take the &quot;gamble&quot; on the highest &quot;G&quot;
below:

G = (P(gain)*log(1+(gain*f))+(P(loss)*log(1-(loss*f))

Where G is our wealth growth factor, f is the fraction of our wealth
that we &quot;invest&quot; in a trading instrument, P(gain) and P(loss)
are the probabilities of gain or loss, and gain or loss is the fractional
gain or loss on our &quot;investment&quot;.

I calculate each weighted step of the predicted return probability
distribution histogram, including those that may indicate a TOTAL
(100%) loss, using the formula. If it is a positive &quot;G&quot;, that tells me
I can make SOME money at the derived portfolio fractional level
(diversification). But I'm looking for the highest &quot;G&quot; for all stocks (and
these days, Forex, commodity futures, equity option), and only trade
the top &quot;G&quot; picks for every market with a minimum &quot;G&quot; cutoff point.

Basically, you ALWAYS run the risk, however slight, of losing ALL
your money on an &quot;investment&quot;, so I'm not even sure what the point
of the question is...except possibly that you, like so many, believe that
there is some magical balance between &quot;risk and reward&quot;.

---
William Ernest Reid
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#17: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-08 17:38:13 by hchickpeaREMOVEME

&quot;sarp&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com" target="_blank">the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt;I am willing to lose money for the possibility of gains that will make
&gt;up for what I have lost. But companies in the midst of bankruptcy is a
&gt;risk even I am not willing to take.

Understood. It is a lotto shot, but that is the type of extreme
speculation I thought you wanted. (LOL, I just realized that at 30
cents, it is cheaper than a lotto ticket, and with a better chance of
returns.) The issue for this type of bankruptcy isn't as much the
competion from Walmart, as has been overhyped, but huge real estate
costs and long term leases that can't be dumped any other way than
through bankruptcy protection. Growth of any brick-n-mortar chain
depends on taking risks going into areas, pushing against competition,
and leveraging. This can even mean taking on sites that you know will
be losers, but are required to keep up appearances or get other deals.
Eventually, all the mistakes catch up with receipts. Companies coming
out of bankruptcy have the potential of being powerhouses, because
they have stripped the deadwood, while competitors are still lugging
their own deadwood around on their backs. Of course, everything can
still go to shit in a heartbeat if the lessons aren't learned.

&gt;Do you know how to find out exactly within a day or two when the
&gt;bankruptcy will be resolved? (hopefully on a free source on the
&gt;internet).

The Winn Dixie website seems to be keeping investors and customers
up-to-date on events. I haven't seen mention other than &quot;by the
beginning of summer.&quot;

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#18: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-08 21:13:29 by LuckyDucky

&gt; LuckyDucky wrote:
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; You'd want the Options game mister... and most probably the Commodity
Futures
&gt; &gt; Options ( Oil, Nat gas, Gold, etc) for best bang and nausea.
&gt;
&gt; I just read Andrew Tobias on options.
&gt;
&gt; He says it's a game even brokers lose on.
&gt;
&gt; You really have to be an insider to play options. I am not.
&gt;

Well excuse' moi... i thought you asked which elevator shaft was the quickest
ride to the moon or the depths of hell, but then you ran back to the apron
strings of Andy Tobias and the grey haired geritol dividend crowd...please make
up your mind.
You wont find any fast rocket rides that Andy T will bless for you.. it just
aint his line o bidnezzz.


&gt; The biggest options play in the world now is the China card, is it not?
&gt;

Well there ya go - <a href="http://finance.yahoo.com/q/op?s=FXI" target="_blank">http://finance.yahoo.com/q/op?s=FXI</a>
Stop being a scaredy cat whiny titty baby and bet the farm on them Calls &amp;
LEAPS. ;-)

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#19: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-08 21:36:32 by Dr Tormento

&quot;LuckyDucky&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:lukyduky&#64;dodgeit.com" target="_blank">lukyduky&#64;dodgeit.com</a>&gt; wrote in
news:JVGPf.1019$<a href="mailto:8w2.811&#64;bgtnsc04-news.ops.worldnet.att.net" target="_blank">8w2.811&#64;bgtnsc04-news.ops.worldnet.att.net</a>:

&gt;
&gt; Well excuse' moi... i thought you asked which elevator shaft was the
&gt; quickest ride to the moon or the depths of hell, but then you ran back
&gt; to the apron strings of Andy Tobias and the grey haired geritol
&gt; dividend crowd...please make up your mind.

Ever met the options people who say &quot;My loss is limited to my purchase
price so I'm not worried.&quot;? After they lose the purchase price, it's &quot;WAH!
WAH! WAH! The market is rigged!&quot;

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#20: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-08 21:58:01 by Ephraim

On Wed, 08 Mar 2006 20:13:29 GMT, &quot;LuckyDucky&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:lukyduky&#64;dodgeit.com" target="_blank">lukyduky&#64;dodgeit.com</a>&gt;
wrote:


&gt;...then you ran back to the apron
&gt;strings of Andy Tobias and the grey haired geritol dividend crowd...

&lt;laugh&gt;

Nice! :-)
--
Regards,
Ephraim

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#21: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-08 22:52:21 by bartonmj

Just like in the movie, &quot;The Graduate&quot; while attending a party: Mr.
McGuire tells a young Benjamin (Dustin Hoffman) &quot;There's a great future
in plastics ... Think about it ...&quot;

So, i'd gamble on LQMT.OB and did @ ~ .50

3x's stronger than Titanium, and 3x's lighter as well.

JMHO

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#22: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All? SARP

Posted on 2006-03-08 23:25:08 by comics

either tahera diamond mines; TAHDF.PK
or yansheng;YHGG.PK
i am in both and expect a retirn of 5x to 100x's my original
investment.
so far tahera has only gone up 300 percent from where i bought them.but
i expect way way more from them.

&quot; No, you don't have to give up your rights just because we are at war
&quot;............

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#23: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-08 23:35:15 by comics

bartommj.i hold a small position in LQMT; liquid metal, also. if they
make it without going under, this IS one of those stocks that could be
another microsoft or dell, but i think it is still a very long term
play, at least three more years before we see if it takes off. it is at
about 1.50 right now.

&quot; No, you don't have to give up your rights just because we are at war
&quot;............

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#24: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-08 23:52:29 by the_sarp

LuckyDucky wrote:
&gt;
&gt; Well excuse' moi... i thought you asked which elevator shaft was the quickest
&gt; ride to the moon or the depths of hell,

now that you think I am a flake, why don't you do the smart thing, next
time you see my nick on a thread?

the sarp

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#25: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-09 00:05:54 by bartonmj

<a href="mailto:comics&#64;webtv.net" target="_blank">comics&#64;webtv.net</a>

bartommj.i hold a small position in LQMT; liquid metal, also. if they
make it without going under, this IS one of those stocks that could be
another microsoft or dell, but i think it is still a very long term
play, at least three more years before we see if it takes off. it is at
about 1.50 right now.

=A0=A0=A0=A0&quot; No, you don't have to give up your rights just because we
are at war
&quot;............

Hey, congratulations!

I like the slow movements of the company, they have plenty of potential
customers, but they don't want to expand too quickly.

eg., Boston Chicken

Dirtbag, owns some too; or at least he did.

Hey Joe Dirt, you still holding?

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#26: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All? COMICS

Posted on 2006-03-09 00:30:36 by the_sarp

<a href="mailto:comics&#64;webtv.net" target="_blank">comics&#64;webtv.net</a> wrote:
&gt; either tahera diamond mines; TAHDF.PK
&gt; or yansheng;YHGG.PK
&gt; i am in both and expect a retirn of 5x to 100x's my original
&gt; investment.
&gt; so far tahera has only gone up 300 percent from where i bought them.but
&gt; i expect way way more from them.
&gt;

there does not seem to be any way to verify your statements on these
two companies, in fact, the little info there is contradicts it.

There is no chart available for Tahera on Yahoo. Since the price on
Tahera Diamond Corp. is now 0.675, you must have bought it for 0.225,
but since there is no chart, there is not way to tell.

No information is available for YHGG.PK on MarketWatch.com. The Chart
for it on Yahoo suggests that it could not have gone up 300 percent as
you suggest.

It was at 6 in May of 04. Now it is at 2.48.

The only way you could have had a 3 bagger would be if you had bought
YHGG.PK in May 05 and sold it in Sept. 05.

Am I missing something besides a pump-and-dump?

the sarp

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#27: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-09 21:11:28 by the_sarp

<a href="mailto:comics&#64;webtv.net" target="_blank">comics&#64;webtv.net</a> wrote:
&gt; bartommj.i hold a small position in LQMT; liquid metal, also. if they
&gt; make it without going under, this IS one of those stocks that could be
&gt; another microsoft or dell, but i think it is still a very long term
&gt; play, at least three more years before we see if it takes off. it is at
&gt; about 1.50 right now.


Comics:

LQMT is a company that supplies retail companies rather than being a
direct retail provider.

Therefore, I don't quite see the analogy to Microsoft and Dell, which
are retail end-user providers.

LQMT appears to supply high-tech companies, like ScanDisk.

May I ask what about LQMT makes you think it is going to do so well?

the sarp

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#28: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-10 05:07:08 by bartonmj

What do they make jets out of so they're lighter and more fuel
efficient? Titanium.

What three times stronger, *but* three times lighter?

You come back from a war, and got your leg shot up for shrub. Need a
fake knee-joint, and a stronger but lighter prothesis, because the older
one's heaver and making you sweat?

Follow? That's where the amorphous alloy comes in the Liquid Metal
makes.

Hell, let's think really big and coat the new fleet of Shuttles for
those tricky re-entries through the Earth's atmosphere.

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#29: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-10 09:55:08 by the_sarp

<a href="mailto:bartonmj&#64;webtv.net" target="_blank">bartonmj&#64;webtv.net</a> wrote:
&gt; What do they make jets out of so they're lighter and more fuel
&gt; efficient? Titanium.
&gt;
&gt; What three times stronger, *but* three times lighter?
&gt;
&gt; You come back from a war, and got your leg shot up for shrub. Need a
&gt; fake knee-joint, and a stronger but lighter prothesis, because the older
&gt; one's heaver and making you sweat?
&gt;
&gt; Follow? That's where the amorphous alloy comes in the Liquid Metal
&gt; makes.
&gt;
&gt; Hell, let's think really big and coat the new fleet of Shuttles for
&gt; those tricky re-entries through the Earth's atmosphere.

Yes, we know about titanium. But so do a lot of other companies. We are
not talking about titanium here but about a company.

What, in your research, tells you that LQMT is going to do well?

Does it have competition?

Is the management competent?

the sarp

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#30: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-10 12:09:50 by Olneyboys

... You may say, I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one ...

This group is gonna eat you for breakfast.

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#31: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-10 18:12:47 by Don S

sarp wrote:

&gt;Yes, we know about titanium. But so do a lot of other companies. We are
&gt;not talking about titanium here but about a company.
&gt;
&gt;What, in your research, tells you that LQMT is going to do well?
&gt;
&gt;Does it have competition?
&gt;
&gt;Is the management competent?
&gt;
&gt;the sarp
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;
What grade are you in, seventh or eighth is my guess?

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#32: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-10 22:52:40 by the_sarp

Trailer Trash wrote:
&gt; .. You may say, I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one ...
&gt;
&gt; This group is gonna eat you for breakfast.

So you don't know anything about LQMT.

the sarp

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#33: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-10 22:53:49 by the_sarp

Don S wrote:
&gt; sarp wrote:
&gt;
&gt; &gt;Yes, we know about titanium. But so do a lot of other companies. We are
&gt; &gt;not talking about titanium here but about a company.
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;What, in your research, tells you that LQMT is going to do well?
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;Does it have competition?
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;Is the management competent?
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;the sarp
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;
&gt; What grade are you in, seventh or eighth is my guess?

So you can't answer these questions about LQMT.

the sarp

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#34: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-10 23:50:04 by Don S

sarp wrote:

&gt;Don S wrote:
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;&gt;sarp wrote:
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;Yes, we know about titanium. But so do a lot of other companies. We are
&gt;&gt;&gt;not talking about titanium here but about a company.
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;What, in your research, tells you that LQMT is going to do well?
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;Does it have competition?
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;Is the management competent?
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;the sarp
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;What grade are you in, seventh or eighth is my guess?
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;
&gt;
&gt;So you can't answer these questions about LQMT.
&gt;
&gt;the sarp
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;
I don't care to know anything about it, other than it is a $15.00 stock
that is selling for $1.50, not worth my time to check it out, but you
didn't answer my question, when will you be graduating from high
school, that is if you don't fall out?

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#35: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-11 06:16:48 by the_sarp

Don S wrote:
it is a $15.00 stock
&gt; that is selling for $1.50,

so Don S says LQMT is a 10 bagger.

Can you tell us why it has not gone to $15.00 yet?

If this undervaluation is due only to the whim of the market, it might
be a smart value play.

Do you know if the company is otherwise sound?

Is it in danger of going bankrupt anytime soon?

the sarp

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#36: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-11 07:00:51 by Shhhh

Do you know what research is? do your own fucking research, this group is
not your personal financial advisor...sure ask a few questions and you'll
get great responses...but you flood this group with your bullshit topics and
people give you reasonable respones and you bitch and moan... i.e. the
airline thread. Grow up. When's recess over?


Shhhh

&quot;sarp&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com" target="_blank">the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com</a>&gt; wrote in message
news:<a href="mailto:1142054208.320541.19710&#64;u72g2000cwu.googlegroups.com..." target="_blank">1142054208.320541.19710&#64;u72g2000cwu.googlegroups.com...</a>
&gt;
&gt; Don S wrote:
&gt; it is a $15.00 stock
&gt;&gt; that is selling for $1.50,
&gt;
&gt; so Don S says LQMT is a 10 bagger.
&gt;
&gt; Can you tell us why it has not gone to $15.00 yet?
&gt;
&gt; If this undervaluation is due only to the whim of the market, it might
&gt; be a smart value play.
&gt;
&gt; Do you know if the company is otherwise sound?
&gt;
&gt; Is it in danger of going bankrupt anytime soon?
&gt;
&gt; the sarp
&gt;

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#37: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All? COMICS

Posted on 2006-03-11 07:05:53 by anothername

Buy $80 calls in GRMN.....

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#38: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-11 11:44:26 by the_sarp

Shhhh wrote:
&gt; Do you know what research is? do your own fucking research, this group is
&gt; not your personal financial advisor...sure ask a few questions and you'll
&gt; get great responses...but you flood this group with your bullshit topics and
&gt; people give you reasonable respones and you bitch and moan... i.e. the
&gt; airline thread. Grow up. When's recess over?
&gt;
&gt;
&gt; Shhhh

This forum is not intended for the discussion of stock investments not
the exchange of personal insults.

In case you have forgotten the subject of this thread, it is about
gambles that could pay off big or lose all of an investment.

You are welcome to contribute to that subject, as soon as you get
yourself cleaned up. (And use a mouthwash next time.)

the sarp

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#39: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All? Doug

Posted on 2006-03-11 11:47:35 by the_sarp

Doug wrote:
&gt; Buy $80 calls in GRMN.....

i dont feel confident with puts and calls at this time.


the sarp

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#40: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-11 19:03:25 by Carolyn

me thinks you need to read ALL the posts....did he not say it did 10-1
RS? Do a little math.....................

sarp wrote:
&gt; Don S wrote:
&gt; it is a $15.00 stock
&gt;
&gt;&gt;that is selling for $1.50,
&gt;
&gt;
&gt; so Don S says LQMT is a 10 bagger.
&gt;
&gt; Can you tell us why it has not gone to $15.00 yet?
&gt;
&gt; If this undervaluation is due only to the whim of the market, it might
&gt; be a smart value play.
&gt;
&gt; Do you know if the company is otherwise sound?
&gt;
&gt; Is it in danger of going bankrupt anytime soon?
&gt;
&gt; the sarp
&gt;

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#41: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-12 18:22:51 by don

Hey &quot;sarp&quot; this is my original post and I did not recommend the stock
nor did I say that the stock was a ten baggier, so I guess this makes
your post a lie. You are contemptible and your input is without merit
and is useless as it is only meant to inflame. So keep on posting your
crap if that is all you can do to prove your worth.

---Goodbye---




sarp wrote:

&gt;Don S wrote:
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;&gt;sarp wrote:
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;Yes, we know about titanium. But so do a lot of other companies. We are
&gt;&gt;&gt;not talking about titanium here but about a company.
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;What, in your research, tells you that LQMT is going to do well?
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;Does it have competition?
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;Is the management competent?
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;the sarp
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;What grade are you in, seventh or eighth is my guess?
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;
&gt;
&gt;So you can't answer these questions about LQMT.
&gt;
&gt;the sarp
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;
I don't care to know anything about it, other than it is a $15.00 stock
that is selling for $1.50, not worth my time to check it out, but you
didn't answer my question, when will you be graduating from high
school, that is if you don't fall out?

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#42: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-12 18:32:22 by Don S

Hi Shhhh,
This &quot;sarp&quot; thing is incapable of intelengent thought much less able
to investagate or reasearch anything on his own. The only reason &quot;it&quot;
post here is to inflame others because &quot;it&quot;'s incapability to behave
like a reasonablely intelengent person so don't be to hard on &quot;it&quot;.



Hey &quot;sarp&quot; in my original post I did not recommend the stock nor did I
say that the stock was a ten baggier, so I guess this makes your post a
lie. You are contemptible and your input is without merit and is
useless as it is only meant to inflame. So keep on posting your crap if
that is all you can do to prove your worth.






Shhhh wrote:

&gt;Do you know what research is? do your own fucking research, this group is
&gt;not your personal financial advisor...sure ask a few questions and you'll
&gt;get great responses...but you flood this group with your bullshit topics and
&gt;people give you reasonable respones and you bitch and moan... i.e. the
&gt;airline thread. Grow up. When's recess over?
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;Shhhh
&gt;
&gt;&quot;sarp&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com" target="_blank">the_sarp&#64;yahoo.com</a>&gt; wrote in message
&gt;news:<a href="mailto:1142054208.320541.19710&#64;u72g2000cwu.googlegroups.com..." target="_blank">1142054208.320541.19710&#64;u72g2000cwu.googlegroups.com...</a>
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;&gt;Don S wrote:
&gt;&gt;it is a $15.00 stock
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;that is selling for $1.50,
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;so Don S says LQMT is a 10 bagger.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;Can you tell us why it has not gone to $15.00 yet?
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;If this undervaluation is due only to the whim of the market, it might
&gt;&gt;be a smart value play.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;Do you know if the company is otherwise sound?
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;Is it in danger of going bankrupt anytime soon?
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;the sarp
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;

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#43: Re: Greatest Gain If You Were Willing to Lose it All?

Posted on 2006-03-12 18:38:37 by Don S

sarp wrote:

&gt;Shhhh wrote:
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;&gt;Do you know what research is? do your own fucking research, this group is
&gt;&gt;not your personal financial advisor...sure ask a few questions and you'll
&gt;&gt;get great responses...but you flood this group with your bullshit topics and
&gt;&gt;people give you reasonable respones and you bitch and moan... i.e. the
&gt;&gt;airline thread. Grow up. When's recess over?
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;Shhhh
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;
&gt;
&gt;This forum is not intended for the discussion of stock investments not
&gt;the exchange of personal insults.
&gt;
&gt;In case you have forgotten the subject of this thread, it is about
&gt;gambles that could pay off big or lose all of an investment.
&gt;
&gt;You are welcome to contribute to that subject, as soon as you get
&gt;yourself cleaned up. (And use a mouthwash next time.)
&gt;
&gt;the sarp
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;
You mean &quot;misc.invest.stocks&quot;
misc. = consisting or formed of various kinds; varied; mixed
Yep were are on topic, no matter how far we stray.

You bring the insults on yourself. I don't agree with to cursing but
you do ask for it.

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