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TOPIC: Name a good stock, why it's good, and go on record quoting it's value in a year or so
Created by: CTplaycouple
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OK, it's your turn to show how poor we all are at picking stocks. Go on record with a stock and what value it will have in the future. Maybe you pick one that will lose value. Just remember that if this topic lasts a year or so, we'll all be able to find out how well you did. Tell us how much you put into it and if that's a lot of money for you. I'll start. AAPL is at $630 or so today. It will be at least %15 higher ($730-$750 in six months. I'm saying $750 to $800 one year from today but I don't think any more than that. My IRA has "a lot" in it.

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aapl $200+ within 1 year. and if it doesn't go there it doesn't matter, because I married it with the $105 puts and have been selling covered calls for weekly and monthly income. and if the stock drops to $1 per share I am guaranteed $105 per share. there is no chance of me losing money in aapl ... it's a good thing. investments don't have to go up or down to make money, in fact I prefer if all my stocks didn't move at all. I would make more money. there's a reason why 90% of stock investors lose money every year and it all starts in the investors brain and the way they see the markets. until that changes you will continue to lose money. fact

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Boeing, currently trading just under 76 in the midst of the battery fiasco with the 787. P:E ratio is about 13, which is modest compared to comparable tech stocks such as GE. When the battery situation is solved, pent-up orders will come in, and the stock will be at least 86 in a year. That doesn't sound like a huge gain, but the market seems stuck around 14000, and a 14% pop will be quite respectable.

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Well, AAPL is at 474 or so today. Not looking so good...

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I haven't ventured into options yet because I'm using long term money and the buy and sell approach keeps me from being a "trader". I don't own AIG but am thinking about it. Facebook is tempting because it's a company just waiting for someone to be brought in to help monetize it's potential. Successful investors always diversify so I'm trying to think of stocks in different industries that would offer above market returns in a 3-5 year time frame. Home builders are tempting but they've had a pretty good run up. I'll take the 10% a year return over a possible double in three years any day.

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I would sell covered calls on your apple stock position I would do November 700, it would pay me $400 a contract, then when Apple does not make I would sell the December call and do it again. Or you could do a Bear credit spread and make and make with $25,000 and make about $3000 for a November call spread.

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OK, it's your turn to show how poor we all are at picking stocks. Go on record with a stock and what value it will have in the future. Maybe you pick one that will lose value. Just remember that if this topic lasts a year or so, we'll all be able to find out how well you did. Tell us how much you put into it and if that's a lot of money for you. I'll start. AAPL is at $630 or so today. It will be at least %15 higher ($730-$750 in six months. I'm saying $750 to $800 one year from today but I don't think any more than that. My IRA has "a lot" in it.

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TOPIC: Name a good stock, why it's good, and go on record quoting it's value in a year or so