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Varchild is an idiot: (DPS)

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March 11, 2010 – Comments (7)

Crap!  It does not make sense to me to see a stock trading well past 82% RSI 3-month.....

But.... whatever.... shares of (DPS) going up big today.....

On one had I am dumb for suggesting DPS was starting to get overpriced in case any one was thinking of Trading in and out of the stock rather than holding it long....I thought to say heck why not Profit Take while the RSI is up huge?

Now the share price skyrockets.... well.... Goes to show that when it comes to a stock like DPS you never ever should thinking to just TRADE the stock.... Best if you did what I did..declare the thing as your retirement stock and enjoy the ride.

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#1) On March 11, 2010 at 12:23 PM, lemoneater (79.37) wrote:

Most days I buy two snapples. Now I'm drinking an apple snapple:)

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#2) On March 11, 2010 at 2:39 PM, nottheSEC (80.52) wrote:

  The deal is you make money you win.From what I have read you have won especially with Ford.If you find stocks zoom after you sell leave some always on the table. Don't woulda coulda shoulda use the time for techinical adjustments.

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#3) On March 11, 2010 at 2:59 PM, nottheSEC (80.52) wrote:

 Yeah and my opinion and a dollar gets you a buttered roll, nutrionally make it whole wheat.

@ lemon..  Speaking of nutrition, I know you like Snapple but its the only fruit juice I heard off that has no nutritional value. Even Hawaiian punch has Vitamin C

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#4) On March 12, 2010 at 8:53 AM, Varchild2008 (85.32) wrote:

Well the original point of the article is that LONG TERM TRADERS have it easy.... they just hold.... which I have done and continue to do so with FORD and DPS.

But... there will always exist a large swath of the CAPS community that believes in trading in and out of stocks short term.

So.... this seems like an excellent opportunity to profit take here off of DPS for those who may have got into the stock back in January when Deutche initiated their BUY rating.

So I may be wrong in the sense that selling out to take your profits 2 days ago was premature extremely so.. but still.... Stock was around $28 in January I think and 2 days ago around $33-34.

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#5) On March 12, 2010 at 9:34 AM, lemoneater (79.37) wrote:

#3 I consider snapple about as harmless as water, but a lot more flavorful. It does have more calories than water, but I just consider it part of my lunch allotment. Unless I'm really thirsty, I find drinking water not that interesting. Eight glasses of water a day is a chore for me, so snapple makes it pleasanter along with the all natural Simply Lemon lemonade I drink.

I really do eat citrus and other fruits whenever I get the chance, so my food preferences pretty much guarantee that I have no Vitamin C deficiencies:). There that was more information than you needed, nottheSec, but have a wonderful day! Eat a fruit salad in my honor :)

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#6) On March 15, 2010 at 1:52 PM, nottheSEC (80.52) wrote:

Much more info then I need Lemoneater, lol all best. Just pointing out snapple and seven-up/decaf cola have the same nutritional benefit.

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#7) On March 15, 2010 at 1:53 PM, nottheSEC (80.52) wrote:

Yeah Varchild trading ain't easy and LT guys got it made.

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