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Rantavious
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re: American Airlines down to .26 cents a share...


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Acting like there is any fundamental reasoning behind your purchase is pretty hilarious.


Fundamental reasoning does not always look at 'fundamentals'






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Projectpat
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re: American Airlines down to .26 cents a share...


Given, but based on personally watching Delta in the same position, I think it's very accurate.





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TulaneLSU
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re: American Airlines down to .26 cents a share...


Just watching the price chart, I think it's tripped a breaker at least twice already this morning. If it hits $1.30 today, I'm out. I hope I stand by those words.



The breaker is tripping 15 seconds after each delay. Good luck buying/selling today.



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kfizzle85
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re: American Airlines down to .26 cents a share...


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Fundamental reasoning does not always look at 'fundamentals'



Clearly we established that his purchase was not based on anything substantive, whether that was "fundamentals" or otherwise, so I'm not sure why that comment is necessary or applicable.






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LSUtoOmaha
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re: American Airlines down to .26 cents a share...


Welp-looks like i was wrong





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C
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re: American Airlines down to .26 cents a share...


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Posted by skully6294 i bought at 41 cents thanks to tulanelsu last yer today, trading at $4.35. thanks for turning my 5 grand into 500 grand in a year!


Umm no.






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C
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re: American Airlines down to .26 cents a share...


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10double


Sorry but what word is this?






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keeton350
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I think your off by about 446 grand there chief.





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Broke
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re: American Airlines down to .26 cents a share...


50 grand, 500 grand. It's all the same.





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donRANDOMnumbers
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re: American Airlines down to .26 cents a share...


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thanks for turning my 5 grand into 500 grand in a year!


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my math isnt good but i did 10double my money








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LSURussian
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re: American Airlines down to .26 cents a share...


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American Airlines down to .26 cents a share...
Way overpriced....






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Cmlsu5618
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re: American Airlines down to .26 cents a share...


Net income falling 3 consecutive years while the stock has most recently been killing it?

Just seems like a mispriced security unless these guys start blowing the bottom line out of the water.






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dallastiger55
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re: American Airlines down to .26 cents a share...


I bought $1,000 worth of Sirius XM stock at 10 cents and everyone said I was nuts


It's at $3.10 today. Pretty good return






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eng08
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re: American Airlines down to .26 cents a share...


I can understand wanting to take a gamble on a stock like that.

Congratulations on the return and that it has worked out so far.

Do you plan to sell and take your profits or try and wait it out in the hopes that it will increase in value more?

If I bought Sirius or American that low and saw it where it is today I would certainly cash out and diversify. Maybe leave a little bit in just to let it ride since you covered your initial investment already.






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