An earlier post mentioned that what happened with BAO would also likely happen with Condor. i.e sharp rise to PFS and then substantial drop post. And that particular poster planned to take advantage of it. However, I wanted to point out one major difference between BAO and CNR, which is that the capital costs for the former are huge ($800 million plus if I remember correctly) and those for Condor are very reasonable (~$120 million).
If the incredibly short sighted profit taking continues and folks want to be out over the weekend and drum up a bit of holiday spending or beer money for Friday night, then I'm hoping we might see low 90's or even better high 80's again tomorrow or maybe monday am..
That would be a nice gift! :-)
PS Just let me know before you buy would you, so I can get in first?! ho ho, just kidding ;-)
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