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ITT: post horrible stock dives.
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>>1003891
don't have any
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>>1003894
Yeah, I don't have any this horrible in recent history.
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SDRL
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>>1003891
Coach
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Look up FCEL. Its a nightmare recently
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lol IBM desu senpai
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UVE
KMI

worst performers I've got currently

oh well, going long anyway
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>>1003891
You know what I noticed?

That /pol/ september jew stock crash actually did happen, look at walmart,chipotli,coach,macys,baltic dry index, a whole bunch of stocks crashed hard.

the lasts ones that are going to drop hard is dow and oil whatever,
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>>1003913
>mfw working for IBM
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>>1003900
Just fortified my position in SDRL at $4.31 but it's still fucking going down

I now have 650 shares, and paid an avg of $6.29. I'm assuming it'll be back. Fuck me right?
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>AAPL

I have a bunch of ESPP that I'm thinking about dumping. About 185 shares. Most of it bought at sub $75. How big will the taxes fuck me this year of our lord, 2015?
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>>1003942
good play if oil comes back within the next year or 2, if not, your screwed.
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>>1003932
Obvious to those paying attention, /pol/ is always right after all...
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>>1004123
Also the Dow drop in August, I guess things are really priced in a month before.
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>>1003891
POT
KMI
FCX
TK
TOO

Those are just off the top of my head over the last couple of weeks
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>>1003942
sell calls against don't be a tard.
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DRYS
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>>1003891
DDD
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>>1005608
Are you chinese?
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>>1003891
That's brutal.

What happened?

Did it find a bottom yet?
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>>1003891
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>>1003891
FUCKING XGTI
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>>1003891
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>>1006510
They bought out Joseph A Bank, which is a similar men's clothing store.

Both chains pushed high volume promotions, e.g. "Buy 3 Get 1 Free" all year. Most men don't want to come in and buy that many suits at once, so these promotions actively scared customers away. Sales dropped significantly at both Jos A Bank and Men's Wearhouse year-over-year.
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>>1006973
This is just inflation.
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BTU
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>>1003891
AIG. You and I, through the US govt owned 95% of AIG via a bailout after 2008. Those fuckers sold insurance that they thought they'd never get claims on. KA-BOOM. And, during their glory years, their dealmakers were gigantic assholes. Like Enron's. Sic semper tyrannus.

Buy and hold huh?
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>>1007164
former founder also came out as smokey mcweedman... probably didn't help
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>>1004123
/pol/ predicted a meltdown, not a correction. And it was as much of a prediction as much as how that girl who would feel her tits and tell what were the chances of rain at that very moment in Mean Girls.
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>DRAM
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FXCM

Forex or anything even remotely close to it; nevar again.
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>>1007310
>You and I, through the US govt owned 95% of AIG via a bailout after 2008
And we made a 12.5% return on that $182B loan.
>sold insurance that they thought they'd never get claims on
At least it wasn't their P&C insurance ops, but their Financial Products division. Really they were insuring something that nobody understood. The rating agencies are also to blame to incorrectly rating debt.
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