I Dont Care I Am Buying More Citi
Q: Too good of a price right now. already have 1000X$3.75.
A: I doubt he bases his estimates on anything. However, I see Citi becoming double digits in the next few years. They have problems right now, but they have removed a lot of the bad eggs and they dont have the government incentivizing them to make such a big mistake anymore. the 2002 recession is hard to look at and estimate form because the financial sector didn't lead the fall like here. We have to be carefull because historically the sector that leads the fall/crash does not lead the rally back up. Either way, i bought some citi as well, and since I wont be able to trade stocks for two years in the near future I dont really care about the price now. i am not trading citi either. i will just sit on it for a few years. I have faith in the company and i believe they are getting their act together. i will day trade the other bank stocks though. I do apologize richard. With the amount of random contributers to these forums many people just post they wishes. I will admit I have not preformed mathematical calculation for mine on citi, but I know a few senior members at Citi and there abilities. I simply will trust history in the fact that as long at Citi is not insolvent, it should at least double or triple in the future years. I just wanted to ask what are of mathematics "flux-compensator- calculations" is from? I study statistics so I am just interested. the flux capacitor is the device that was used in Back to the Future to make time travel nec. It was a joke. I also just picked up a bunch more C, I got a bunch at 1.94, some more at 2.25, then made some money on options.....now turning all that options money into longer term stuff, I'm just looking to see $5 by Sept and I'll probably take my profit and leave whatever is left as a base How's that sound?
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