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I have a chunk of Sprint stock in the $5 range, a chunk in the $6 range, and a chunk in the $7 range. If the stock gets back towards $8, I will need to offload that $7 chunk so that my account is no longer almost half Sprint. :D

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Glad to see Sprint return above $6 after 1 month of depression. I have not seen any news articles about why the rally today.

iPhone for Life!

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Sprint surging towards $7 today. What we are seeing is probably new buyer interest as well as a short squeeze. Sprint stock was one of the top 5 most shorted stock last week where people were "borrowing" shares in a bet that the price would fall further. However, these negative bettors are now having to reverse course and "buy back" (cover) those shares at a rapidly increasing loss as the stock goes up fast.

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wish I had bought last week!

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In two days, Sprint has gone from a $5 stock to a $7 stock. I both love and hate Mr. Market. :D

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In two days, Sprint has gone from a $5 stock to a $7 stock. I both love and hate Mr. Market. :D

I'm a thousandaire! Yippee!

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Here are catalysts for a possible run above $10 by end of 2014:

- significant net subscriber adds due to successful iPhone sales

- surprise profit growth (in part due to falling costs from iDEN/Clearwire consolidation, roaming agreements, etc.)

- multi-billion dollar acquisition, partnership, merger, or buyout announced

- heavy share buybacks and/or insider buying revealed

- stock ratings upgrade by "analysts"

 

However, if Sprint reports disappointing iPhone sales, the stock could easily plummet back to $5 or worse.

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However, if Sprint reports disappointing iPhone sales, the stock could easily plummet back to $5 or worse.

Then it's time to buy more!

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I have so many investments, I've lost track of them. Currently own about 80% of Sprint and 37% of Alibaba. Hope to make it big some day.

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Who is going in on the alibaba ipo?

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ALIBABA GROUP HOLDING LTD (BABA) -NYSE
93.89 transparent-1093278.png 25.89(38.07%) 4:00PM EDT
After Hours : 93.09 transparent-1093278.png 0.80 (0.85%) 4:45PM EDT

 

wow! how rich is softbank now?

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ALIBABA GROUP HOLDING LTD (BABA)  -NYSE
93.89 transparent-1093278.png 25.89(38.07%) 4:00PM EDT
After Hours : 93.09 transparent-1093278.png 0.80 (0.85%) 4:45PM EDT

 

wow! how rich is softbank now?

 

Crap. I have to go check my limit order.

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Looks like I missed out on this one. Either my limit order was not high enough or there where not enough shares to go around. Oh well.

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This must have been a banner day for Masa with the Alibaba IPO & two carriers with iPhone launches. He'll be swimming in two Uncle Scrooge money vaults.

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$58 billion richer. Maybe more.

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$58 billion richer. Maybe more.

Wow!  I think I read in a recent article he's now the richest man in Japan. 

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$58 billion richer. Maybe more.

I wonder if I could borrow just 1 of his millions

 

 

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I wonder if I could borrow just 1 of his millions

Have you tried sending him an e-mail?

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Have you tried sending him an e-mail?

i have not! I should give that a try. Hell, I'd be happy with 10k lol.

 

 

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i have not! I should give that a try. Hell, I'd be happy with 10k lol.

 

 

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Just let him know that you are Nigerian Royalty and are totally good for it.

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i have not! I should give that a try. Hell, I'd be happy with 10k lol.

 

 

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Be very concise with your email. The amount of time it takes him to read it might cost him more than the sum you ask him for!

 

He makes nearly $2000 every *second*.

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Sprint was at $6.20 at closing up 0.27.  After hours drop to $5.71.  Anyone think it will tank more tomorrow? 

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Sprint was at $6.20 at closing up 0.27.  After hours drop to $5.71.  Anyone think it will tank more tomorrow? 

Yes.

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Picked up 150 shares at 4.97... Will be real nice once sprint is out of the dark!

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