cold one should of told mm to sell these losers many moons ago if he & mm were as smart as you indicate! if losers now- then they were when she got on the scene but didn't do anything about them! she was to busy ( as a trainee) spending money with nothing (1st two years) to show for it!
When a poster uses an imposter ID to trick others there is not a thing to say. Kernn60 is more of an idiot than the REAL KEM60. And that's saying a lot.
Sdrl continues to navigate thru the sector downturn. The latest news release is another example of such.
It really isn't about SDRL'S survival. But the time line and the upside % after sdrl rises from the ashes.
Those who were brave enough to buy off the bottom will enjoy the upside.
Yet for those who play the game of day trading. Well honesty was never one of their great qualities. Just ask KEM60. In one post it is out of ORIG for ever. Then not to long after IT has re entered to make according to IT another great trade.
So here's a helper for you IMPOSTER. Put up your original ID or Hmmm TAKE A HIKE
Sentiment: Strong Buy
You're comparing apples and oranges.
Intel i7-5775C is 14nm, compute is 883 GFLOPS, cost $479.99, for the desktop.
AMD FX-8800P APU is 28nm, compute is 819 GFLOPS, cost $160+/-, for laptops.
From the above specs, I can see why all the big OEMs are putting Carrizo in their laptops.
It looks to me like Intel is going to have its hands full when its skylake goes up against Zen
on 14nm. AMD insiders already know what Zen is capable of and that's why Zen is a
Ericsson is several years behind Nokia in this area. The connected car opportunity leads to the connected city opportunity so HERE's lead is almost insurmountable at this point. For example, HERE already has a 50+ petabyte real-time cloud service hosted by Amazon while Ericsson just has this press release.
So why even sell HERE? It generated 174 million euros EBITDA last year on a 1 billion euro revenue base. Given the leverage of software gross margin of 75%, it will easily generate 300-400+ million euros in EBITDA on a 2 billion euro revenue base in just 2-3 years. The Alcatel acquisition won't even be generating that much of EBITDA from a much larger revenue base (12-13 billion euros) in 2-3 years.
CBR: Ericsson launches the Internet of Bus Stops
" .... Connected bus stops could form part of a smart city approach, in which connected technology is used to monitor traffic and pedestrian flows within a city to automatically redirect and optimise them. The Connected Traffic Cloud, also being showcased at the event, aims to enable sharing of real-time traffic and road condition data.
Facts not in evidence = "well over 70%":
1 Yr % Change -52.55
YTD % Change 7.47
Speculation = From $5-6/shr. The M&A Talks of S & TMUS is why S went to $9, and by the same token the Dish & TMUS M&A talks is why S is down under $4.50. Pure speculation and manipulation, nothing tangible; price should be $5ish. The way stock prices soar/plummet on M&A talks is so very rigged, and so very costly for the buyer having to pay that premium to all the seller's' stock holders upon a close.
I was reading there is only 136 billion Euro left on deposits. That's nothing for a country of 11 million. A few hundred per person or less. I am sure they are counting the money moving in and out during the normal operation of businesses as well as government entities and pension and union funds that must be there. I would guess that everyone who could has already taken their money out of the bank
hi Montauk, i was cheking job listing at globalstar webpage, job titles are very intresting and has nothing to do with what they do right now!/? ver forward looking! comment
- nQuery carrier expansion
- Network programmatic media buying
- Programmatic audience extension
- Expansion of Q&Q category pages
Reason to invest in Local Corp
- Owner of large scale premium commercial intent audience
- Moving into rapidly growing programmatic market
- Building large captive mobile phone user base
Zanganeh said he’s delivering a letter at the meeting alerting OPEC to make room for a rise in the country’s output. Shell CEO Ben Van Beurden and BP CEO Bob Dudley said they are interested in investing in Iran if sanctions related to its nuclear energy program are removed.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
The largest holder of this company also owned QCOR. Can you provide the investors some color regarding Neal Brasher and his track record. Thanks
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I can see him unleashing a barrage of new developments and news sorta like Matt just did only bigger. I'd love to see GS analysts face if he does. We may be hitting double figures in the next few mths....but even if we do it is only the beginning. After the past 12 mths I wont be satisfied with just a profit. I'd make a lot of money if I sold around 10.....but I will never sell it that cheap. THIS STOCK WILL ROCKET!!! Anyone who sells early will regret it the rest of their lives.
Sentiment: Strong Buy