How many scalpers will be on lines for Passport to resell in China? Zero is the most likely number since BBRY presence in China does not exist.
Agree with you. Becareful when others greedy , be greedy when other fearful ( Warren Buffett ).
Sentiment: Strong Buy
A bunch of lying thieves.
Caught Backsliding, Standard Chartered Is Fined $300 Million
It took $667 million in fines and a promise to behave for the British bank Standard Chartered to emerge from the regulatory spotlight. All it took to return there was its failure to fully keep that promise.
In a settlement announced on Tuesday by New York State’s financial regulator, Standard Chartered will pay a $300 million fine and suspend an important business activity because of its failure to weed out transactions prone to money-laundering, a punishing reminder of settlements in 2012. Those settlements with state and federal authorities resolved accusations that Standard Chartered, in part through its New York branch, processed transactions for Iran and other countries blacklisted by the United States.
Do you realize how stupid your advice is!!!!!!!
Sell at 11 because its going to the twenty's. IT'S GOING INTO THE 20'S.... YOUR WORDS.
Don't you realize it may head north on Monday or Tuesday. Why chase what you already have. Let shorts fight for shares among themselves. They have no shares ......YOU DO!
I put a Fibonacci Retracement Calculator link
on Market Pulse
Thanks for your analysis of the world markets gay boy. You've got more drama than ISIS has decapitations. Why do gay guys always try to dominate straight guys?
Windows 8.1 fixes many of Windows 8’s most glaring flaws, but not everyone is able to bask in the bountiful new features. Owners of some older PCs have found themselves stranded on Windows 8, trapped by a subtle tweak in Windows 8.1’s hardware requirements. And beyond the irritation factor, the issue could have troubling support implications for affected users, as Microsoft has told Windows 8 users they’ll need to upgrade to Windows 8.1 by 2015 to continue receiving critical system updates.
“I’m rather frustrated, because I see no need for Microsoft to have produced a point release OS update—or rather, a service pack—with significantly different system requirements that would leave my PC ‘marooned’ on Windows 8,” says Chip Sudderth, a PCWorld reader affected by the issue.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
An annual letter is not good. How long does it take for a CVHL employee to give at least a semiannual update as to what is going on. Periodic updates on the company's progress is the least shareholders can expect. Semiannual earnings reports should be a given. What are shareholders paying these guys for? We own the company.
ALSO NOTICE that mi id was hacked just today, BEWARE that is how Scammers steal you blind by simply twisting the real thing a little bit ,,,STAY ALERT OR THEY WILL SCAMM YOU TO THE MOON
I suspect that there would be some mention of a component order that would allow folks to connect the dots beforehand.
But, as long as folks don't bash bed-ridden, pre-op trannies, I'm willing to consider conflicting points of view.
Are u the guy in the Cadillac sport that kept asking for more info and blasted the lawyers?
If so we spoke outside the facility when we were locked out
OmniVision launches high-dynamic-range image sensor for automotive use
15 March 2011
OmniVision Technologies Inc., a developer of digital imaging solutions, has announced its OV10630 automotive sensor. The system-on-a-chip (SoC) sensor combines megapixel 1280 x 800 resolution (including 720p HD video) with color high dynamic range (HDR) and low-light sensitivity. Ideally suited for wide field of view and multi-camera applications, the OV10630 also incorporates special features and output formats for automotive machine vision applications. With its proprietary capability to simultaneously deliver high image quality and superior scene information content, the OV10630 is ideal for automotive applications that perform vision and sensing functions concurrently.
The difference is that COCO was, is, and will continue to lose money, of coarse it will sink to a realistic valuation. Wells Fargo analyst may have a target at 20 ridiculously high, but I think rogerabc100 has a good point about potential upside.