easily manipulated by anything he reads. LOL and still doesn't know what a dividend is
donkergen • 1 hour 18 minutes ago
UBS raises its price target for AET to $128
It's a superior dividend growth story,
The UBS price target for the stock jumps from $120 to $128. The Thomson/First Call consensus estimate is $126.35. The stock closed Wednesday at $107.29 a share.
moron should have sold like I told him
I made a fortune on Aetna! Its a Great Stock !
by donkergen • Mar 20, 2015 10:07 PM
Barrons says its going higher.
just like I figured only donk is stupid enough to buy over 109, no buyers but him at that price. but he said he read a barons article and that it was going higher, LOL what a moron.
going from board to board after the market closed to report what he guessed about already happening.
donkergen • 14 hours ago
CHA-CHING ! ANOTHER HUGE PROFIT TODAY !
I bought Biogen yesterday, and cashed in Big today.
Meanwhile the AET-na bag-holders made 30 cents
Money talks and BS walks.
These are real revenues and gross margins are over 90%
Millennium Healthcare (MHCC) sales:
2011 - $224,000 Reported
2012 - $1,686,000 Reported
2013 - $1,987,000 Reported
2014 - $17,000,000 - $7.4 million already reported and $10 million within days of reporting final year
2015 Estimated from pro forma - $50,000,000 plus
2016 Estimated from pro-forma - $100,000,000 plus
Shares are extremely cheap at $.15 (Fifteen cents) but not for long.
December quarter is close to being announced and earlier indications from company conference call indicated they could be 8 digits which will close 2014 out at $17,000,000 plus.
MHCC IS EXCEPTIONALLY STRONG BUY
Sentiment: Strong Buy
kids with lemonade stands have a better financial condition than mhcc!
What taxes? I've been to Europe and their taxes are high not just because of government run healthcare, but a whole host of other benefits the citizens enjoy. I say enjoy because when they need any of those benefits their government has made sure that they are always there.
For once I'd like to get what I paid for even it if did cost me more money. Looks like all of the Medi-X programs are going to offer less benefit because of re-directed funding. Who says Obama has always been there for the 99%? Like Michael Moore said, Obama's important legislation is failing to really help the 99%.
It is still starkly true that health insurers are nothing more than paper processing middle men that only add value to its executive and preferred and largest shareholders. You can go to South Africa and buy a black market diamond for 5% of what it would cost to buy it from Hymie and Kikel Brothers Diamonds down on Madison Avenue.
Sure...let's do away with Insurance altogether then. But don't complain when your taxes get doubled.
A simplified, single-payer system of financing health care similar to the US Medicare program is the obvious way to go.
$375 billion wasted on billing and health insurance-related paperwork annually: Study
Date:January 12, 2015
Source: Physicians for a National Health Program
Medical billing paperwork and insurance-related red tape cost the US economy approximately $471 billion in 2012, 80 percent of which is waste due to the inefficiency of the nation's complex, multi-payer way of financing care, researchers say. The researchers note that a simplified, single-payer system of financing health care similar to Canada's or the US Medicare program could result in savings of approximately $375 billion annually, or more than $1 trillion over three years.