Once I almost bought in just for shits and giggles. Man am I glad I didn't. Of course, if you ahd some extra money lying around and hope to make something off of it you could wade into the pool about now...
Americans are a resolute people who have risen to every test of our time. Adversity has revealed the character of our country, to the world and to ourselves. America is a strong nation, and honorable in the use of our strength. We exercise power without conquest, and we sacrifice for the liberty of strangers. Americans are a free people, who know that freedom is the right of every person and the future of every nation. The liberty we prize is not America's gift to the world, it is God's gift to humanity. - President George W. Bush, State of the Union Address, 1/28/2003
If you had short sold some WWE you would have made some decent money.
You don't get it boy, this isn't a mudhole... it's an operating table. And I'm the surgeon. Something tells me to stop with the leg. I don't listen to it. But where in the world is there in the world A man so extroardinaire?
Well, the stock price did sink to as low as 6.76 during the late summer/early fall, so it has rebounded slightly. However, I don't see an increase in revenue in the next few months, so I would stay away from the stock. If it were to drop to around the 5 dollar mark, I'd consider it, but even then only a small amount.
Bringing the French along in a war is like bringing an accordion along when you go hunting. All it provides is useless noise.
If you can afford a couple hundred dollars worth, it might not be bad to stick away and just hold onto, so that in 2012 when "The New Nature Boy" Reid Flair is headlining Wrestlemania against HHH (you don't think he's leaving ever do you?) in front of 90,000 people you can sell those bad boys.
Rainbows are visions, but only illusions, and rainbows have nothing to hide.
Do you think Bradshaw would suggest buying any WWE stock, or would that be considered insider trader if he did?
I think Vince ought to buy back all the stocks and go private again, Didn't all thier troubles start around the time of the public offering? With less people to listen to, they could turn business around.
Couldn't TNA have just used Christian's WWE entrance music? I mean, it wasn't written by Jim Johnson or anything ... or does WWE sign "exclusivity" deals with outside musical groups when they use their songs as theme music?