They're still a problem, and people are finally noticing.
A bounce should be sold into, not bought.
Suddenly, everyone is focused on their poor performance.
Southwest is the latest to make a hard landing.
Is purchasing your company's stock at 32x earnings just plane nuts?
But does it live up to the hype?
In the absence of a rally, they're getting attention.
Otherwise, this could be big up day.
These stocks look good for overbought times.
Kansas City Southern could go either way -- buy or short.

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Slight beat on top line, $0.07/share miss. On Best Ideas List (short)
And took a small loss in this trading rental (short).
Expectations were high and option premium extreme, so once that is extracted/imploded next day or so that shou...


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