I agree that Hillary is not the answer and neither is Bernie for that matter, bu we simply can not have Trump leading our country, he would be a disaster. Kasich is the candidate that would be best, I am hoping he will some legs after taking second in NH. He may not be dynamic enough for our fickle voters though. Cruz and Rubio are not ready IMHO and Christie and Fiorina are apparently bowing out. The Dems only hope is that they draft Biden or if Bloomberg joins the fray. Bush may be the next to have to drop out too. And lastly the Republicans need to leave their religious beliefs to themselves and out of their agendas, religion needs to not be a part of politics. My 2 cents for politics. Go IDRA!.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Lots of good cheap biotechs out there. Looking at near term catalysts. If the markets feel that a March raise is off the table, biotechs may recover some. Those with a near term catalyst more than others.
Everyone should have some preps. Even situations like Hurricane Sandy..... if you are going to Whole Foods every night to buy your meal, then you are in trouble. just sayin.
Junior, On good day when you are well rested and at the height of your maximum intellectual capacity and clarity, I wouldn't dare let you get your hands on a sharp object.
looking at your posting history it appears that you feel the need to verbally insult someone about every other post. This is a sign of a low IQ individual.
neither of those 2 candidates (t and B) will get either parties backing for P. bernies campaign is gona steal a few votes from reps and he is gona hand them over to hrc at the convention to insure his vp nomination. so he found a low risk, high potential approach to an indep becoming VP - smarter than nader if you ask me. trump is gona get pushed out by the reps- he wont take Anyone's money so noone can control him, so the party wont nominate him. his effect on election is that he will take votes away from reps and not give them to anyone. this is what happened with Ross Perot, and one of the reasons why bclinton won. as a result of this election young people will learn, that the problem is not the candidates lying or any sort of economic "lie" or "fraud", but the problem is with the 2 party system, lobby system, electorate and related political contributions, which is linked to the electorate--thats the part of usa thats been failing for a while..its not a fraud it just stopped working once we reached a certain scale. just check out the wiki articles on ralph nader and ross perot. even obama took the oligarchy money - he had to to get elected. i am not affiliated withe either party, dont vote (my vote doesnt do anything since i am in cali). i just think this cycle is an "echo" of the past and thats how i think its gona go down. also just to put it out there, sanders is strongest early and is expected to fade..called a momentum campaign. nh was his bloc state, which implies/forecasts landslide. so atm he is just overhyped in the media. by my estimate he woulda had to beat clinton at least 3:1 on electorate votes in his best bloc state (nh) to indicate enough momentum to carry thru march..... he didnt, so he will fade after second week of march and will continue to fade as things move west