And as the fear grows, the bad blood slows and turns to stone.
And it's too late to lose the weight you used to need to throw
Bill Clinton has 58% favorability rating and Hillary has a 63% approval rating. America loves the the Clintons. It is all but over for the brain dead tea bag party of republitards losers...........................lol.........................
This dilution is good? After a $3.20 pps drop just today. We were at $24.00 last Friday and it doesn't look like a "good" dilution. Just my opinion
Fear and uncertainty rule regarding this so called buy out, thus people are jumping ship. Management on both sides are to blame for this fiasco. There is no clarity regarding exactly as to the effective date of this .55 stock swap. There's no way ALU would sell their shareholders down the creek saying we're selling the company in exchange for .55 shares of NOK: whatever that share price is 12 months down the road. If NOK is trading at a buck a share when the deal closes ALU investors get 55 cents ? Never gonna happen.
I am. I am not worrying just trying to get others take on why the market is so insane. If it just tanked I;'d understand it better than this roller coaster that makes no sense
"...bought be people who really, really want an EV...."
"EV's" go from skateboards, forklifts, and wheelchairs to buses. Again, Tesla's perception was that they could build a better car by going electric at the high end, ground up. They did, with the limitations of current battery cost and capacity.
Someone here recently posted that Porsche had figured out a way to vary the stroke in an IC piston engine. It would have to depend on electronics and a processor to work plus additional cost and complexity in machinery. That points to a generality - that real improvements, especially at the high end, have to get more complex, precise, and expensive for IC engines. The real complexity for an electric car has moved to software. Better power electronics was required but the cost of such devices declines and their specs improve over time.
Fracking certainly saved the US in some ways, but it did change the economics of the Model 3. It might actually need a new generation of batteries to make sense.
*trublvrprkr* your attempt to make a discussion into something it's not, is once more inaccurate as your reply overlooks at what WAS actually said by someone else,...WHICH IF YOU NEED TO REFRESH YOUR MEMORY IS THE VERY TITLE OF THIS THREAD,...which was posted from a poster that apparently thought it very very VERY important & critical to make it abundantly CLEAR that the Apple Watch defect was not in the display,.......****but it overlooks the very point I made****,....AS I MADE IT CLEAR THAT .SINCE MY POST WAS THE ONE THAT ORIGINALLY BROKE THIS STORY ON THIS BOARD,....AND IN IT, I CLEARLY SAID THE APPLE WATCH DEFECT WAS A DEFECT IN THE HAPTIC SENSOR, .....NOT THE DISPLAY,......THEN AS I STATED, THERE REALLY WAS NO REASON FOR *DCA1125* TO POST THAT POST.
All which had absolutely nothing with what you just posted.
In addition, the defect in AApl's haptic engine is a minor technical blip that won't really have much if any impact on the Apple Watch's total sales, so again the "fears" you stated are immaterial.
After all it's hardly surprising that a new product never before released has a some teething issues, especially with brand new technology.
Now if OTHER defect shows up,....well that would be different,...but until then this is nothing more than a near term headline that will quickly be forgotten.