When underwater, simpleton, Rimtards litter the board with posts claiming that it is dangerous, foolish and financial suicide to be short this stock over the weekend. Like they have been doing since $85 per share. Every single week!
This blabber mouth "HUSSIAN" is stupid enough to start ww111.
The firearms maker's stock price plunged 5.7% in heavy volume on Aug. 6 after an FBI report on gun purchase background checks showed total checks were 1.28 million in July, about flat with the June figure and down from the 1.3 million checks done in July 2012. A lower number of checks indicates fewer consumers plan to buy firearms.
Hey, butt whole, the FED does not control treasury rates.
Stay in school!
sold the shares I bought on margin yesterday. Will keep the other shares in that account. Don't want the taxes on them. Will buy margin shares back on any pullback and trade them again. Debating my IRA shares right now. Been through 3 pretty hard pullbacks 20-30 %. Thinking of selling 50% of those on another run-up today. Buying back on a pullback.. If it drops today will hang on to them.
For the actual results, stock is getting ahead of itself IMHO. Yes it is a double digit stock. But HIMX itself has not revised guidance up yet. That is key to me. Will it happen, yes. But for now, the shares sold during this run are waiting to be plucked back by MM taking out stops.
No asylum seekers allowed in Australia! Send 'em all to Papua New Guinee!
Money launder, yes! Asylum seekers, NO!
One day you hear China is slowing, the next week you hear that the outlook in China looks positive. The verdict seems to be out on where the Chinese economy is now and whether the recent experiment with the Japanese economy will work. I'm avoiding stocks that can be directly effected by economies like China and Japan slowing down.
A long-term concern on the msft data center - right now, Nokia pretty much owns and operates tech in Finland. With this action, you now have two tech operations in Finland. The Fins like this for obvious reasons. However, having two separate operations can result in an "us vs. them" mentality between the two operations - poaching talent, who gets paid how much, who gets better benefits, who is doing better in the marketplace.
Now, it's one big happy family - Nokia. Soon it will be msft and Nokia, in the same area. This could be synergistic, or not.
Just a thought.....
(At the same time I remain somewhat amazed at the technical talent produced in Finland, by the Finnish educational system. I think Finnish universities have capabilities very much under the radar screens of most observers...).
I don't see the basis for a successful lawsuit. It's easy to file a lawsuit - do a few minutes of paperwork and file it - it's not hard. Winning, or even having a reasonable case, is quite another matter. Don't let the "threat of a lawsuit" create unwarranted fear, uncertainty, doubt, and creating FUD will be the stock in trade of shorts and pumpers surrounding the MSFT/NOK merger in the coming weeks.