Which is only natural after the step down yesterday (i.e., intentional setup by MM or simply a natural reaction to a ridiculous pps). This sort of thing is bound to continue until we get a bit of transparency re: Mexico.
C'est la vie for micro-cap investors. I added, too, such as I could without hurting other positions. It's a bargain, regardless of Mexico.
Immigration? He's for it.
Obamacare? Mitch loves it.a huge handout for insurance companies and corporations.
Getting some more schools, playgrounds, parks, etc. named after him.
No wonder you Kintuckians are right behind Mississippi in education.
Maybe you should take your own advise and use some logic. So far I've made $3400 buying and selling ziop since Feb. 12th (that's not on paper) . And all you can do is talk about buying put options. Try buying the stock and writing the calls .if you want to make money. Longer term ZIOP looks like a winner and I do intend to hold on to some shares for the long term. By the way no one is angry with you......we're making money while you're talking bs
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I show a sale of shares with a taxable profit that were bought after notification of the xtxi/enlc. merger. I did not know this merger made a sale necessary. I need a clarification for my accountant, but can get no info from Enlink. Can anyone help?
all #$%$ no need for more chat KL
I'm going to guess that BB has never accomplished anything himself, so he wouldn't understand how building something entitles the builder to a reward.
The USEIA today reported that crude inventories rose by 10.3 million barrels for the week ended Feb. 27. Analysts polled by Platts had forecast a crude-stock climb of 3.7 million barrels, while sources said the API reported a 2.9 million-barrel rise.
Brookfield Infrastructure (NYSE:BIP)(TSX:BIP.UN) today announced that it has agreed to issue 5,000,000 Cumulative Class A Preferred Limited Partnership Units, Series 1 ("Series 1 Preferred Units") on a bought deal basis to a syndicate of underwriters led by CIBC, RBC Capital Markets, Scotiabank and TD Securities Inc. The Series 1 Preferred Units will be issued at a price of $25.00 per unit, for gross proceeds of $125,000,000. Holders of the Series 1 Preferred Units will be entitled to receive a cumulative quarterly fixed distribution at a rate of 4.50% annually for the initial period ending June 30, 2020. Thereafter, the distribution rate will be reset every five years at a rate equal to the 5-year Government of Canada bond yield plus 3.56%. The Series 1 Preferred Units are redeemable on or after June 30, 2020.
You are exhibiting a slight bit of Class b Narcissism. hold your first thoughts and count to twenty. All will be fine
FATBOY, If I am on ignore you wouldn't see the post. Can you explain why you posted in June that the SHORTS were in trouble BIG NEWS was coming and ZACKS was paid off to post negative material. Why do you ignore those posts. We can also go back over the last 3 months and laugh at your calls for $4. $4.50, $6. What do you just pick a number and guess. If guess your theory is, if you throw enough #$%$ against the wall sooner or later it will stick. We are still waiting for your response to your postings of last June. BE A MAN FOR ONCE IN YOUR LIFE. We all know you have never accomplished anything in life, you live off of hand me downs
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I agree with you. thumbs up. I read their reasoning behind why they downgraded but all i took from it was " blah blah blah, were protecting shorts blah blah blah"