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Sexton O Blake   Tuesday, 09/28/04 11:47:50 PM
Re: KastelCo post# 11156
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Only if I can rub your lucky foot.... wink

Well although I am holding my breath and hoping the rest of my junk moves (hey even some life from the likes of FCO no less) - for NGX and any other new plays I enter, I am going to try my darnedest (had to check the spelling on that one) to bail at a reasonable level this time - give them some breathing room - but not just let them drop.

My view of the 40%+ losses in a bunch of the stuff I own (most have rebounded to 30% losses; but INM and CPT are at 57%) - isn't so much on the stress but the other side - depression (sans drugs). Well I have said what I have about that stuff.

Tonight's read here on this board has been a hoot - I don't dislike any single person who posts here - which is better than most boards where you have the usual ass (unless some of you think I fit that bill....).

The only LT stocks I have are either (A) Doing very very well (SU; AE etc); or (B) So frigging down in the dumps and there is no point to sell. A true LT to me is that I plan on buying .. and accumulating over many years (eg quality stuff like L; GE; WMT etc - but not now) - and I own no LT today.

I know Amarksp loves the PM's longterm (and/or deals a lot with the numbers) - but I agree with FP - they are cyclical and/or speculative IMO (speaking of course of the juniors mostly - whatever they are..<g>). Unfortunately for me I got side swiped but I can't see holding any of those LT. If AGI shot up to $5 and I still owned it - ABSOLUT LUCKY FOR ME!.

Funny seeing FP's MOMO views vs. amarksp's LT views. (thanks!)

(And thanks for your latest FP - will watch LCC)

Good luck with KBR mate.. and cheers!

(Probably speed down Yonge street on Sunday and take the tube from Finch - allows me to endulge a bit downtown... before I drive home // though I might ask if Kirby49 wants to ride with me - but I fear if I drink too much, he might hear me tell him some stock picks - INM; CPT; GOZ.. you know.. the good stuff)

I heard he has butt implants..

"When you have to shoot, shoot. Don't talk."
Tuco (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly)

"An umbrella with holes is better than no umbrella at all."
Dr. Alexander Elder on using stops.
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