I read the claim against UNXL. All I can say is this, my money is on Carlco (CIT). There's a smoking gun with those NDAs between the two parties. UNXL may very well end up settling this case with royalties. All I'll say is I'm glad ATML is aligned with CIT as opposed to UNXL. The nice thing about Atmel/CIT relationship is CIT's fine line technology (FLT) for flexible screens is licensed to Atmel (xSense) under for an exclusive 10 year period. That's right - 10 years. Look it up, it's true. No interlopers here.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Maybe pulling out of some markets had something to do with that!
their reasoning. Weird.LOL
"SPPI's stock share price has done very poorly compared to where it was a year ago: Despite any rallies, the net result is that it is down by 41.61%, which is also worse than the performance of the S&P 500 Index. Naturally, the overall market trend is bound to be a significant factor. However, in one sense, the stock's sharp decline last year is a positive for future investors, making it cheaper (in proportion to its earnings over the past year) than most other stocks in its industry. But due to other concerns, we feel the stock is still not a good buy right now. "
"A Yahoo User" is a special short weapon...un-ignorable and a team can post on the same name.
Try ignore it, you can't.
Check its history, you cant.
It meant to be in your face and force down all their negativities onto the unsuspected.
Last time, it did damage during the earnings bash.
This time, it is indicative with their lies, cheats and FUDs.
People, don't respond to "A Yahoo User"!!!
Someone hasn't been doing their homework. Pfizer is already partnered with someone in the long term for obesity.
I'm happy eventhough I lost some investment by shorting BB. However, I value your advises and covered last evening. Never short BBRY
Damn Yahoo spell check..."end of Marcy"...HA! Probably Stan would prefer to see Marcy's end than March's!
I am the TRADE MASTER and I DOMINATE the stock market. Every trader on the floor listens to ME. They hang on my every post. I am the KING of the NUGT.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
My Dad is smart unlike me and makes money playing the dividend game in some fund. He has a crapload on the sidelines still. My question is after looking at money market and stable income funds, which is best? There is no ticker for stable income funds but seems like they return the best better than the .03% or whatever it is that sits in cash. They stay at $1.00 most of them. So which one does anyone use and what returns are you getting?
By Cheyenne Hopkins & Jody Shenn - Mar 19, 2013 1:26 PM CT
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the two government-seized mortgage financiers, appear increasingly likely to pay billions of dollars to the U.S. Treasury, focusing attention in Washington on what should replace them.
Edward J. DeMarco, the acting regulator of the two companies, appeared before the House Financial Services Committee today and urged lawmakers to reduce or eliminate the mortgage market’s reliance on taxpayers. At the same time, a Senate panel heard testimony from the authors of an alternate plan for housing-finance reform issued in February by an independent commission.
“I have been observing a developing ‘consensus’ among private-market participants that the conforming conventional mortgage market cannot operate without the American taxpayer providing the ultimate credit guarantee for most of the market,” DeMarco said in testimony at the House hearing. “That clearly is one outcome, but I do not believe it is the only outcome that can give our country a strong housing finance system. ...