Watched it last night. A complete joke. The man is trying to convice everyone that its now long term and he doesnt care at what price he buy certain shares. He should, and shouldnt be turning short term trades into long term investments.
He is commiting typical rookie errors: become a long-term investor when his trade loses money, adding more to a losing trade, telling the market what it must do and shorting a stock at an all time high/buying at a 52 weeks low. lol
It's called bluffing. He's trying to save face, but in the process getting more mud in his face. Compare him to Garth Mackenzie and you soon realize that he nothing more than a bag of hot air. Summit can use his time slot much more effectively.