I am calling my bank and canceling all my transactions to Spirit Airlines. This might be the worse airline I have flew on. Are driver asked what airline we were on and he started laughing. Now I new why he was laughing because Spirit airlines is a joke. Short this POS.
Oil prices extend losses
02 June 2015 04:21 GMT
Crude oil dipped on Tuesday on expectations that Opec would not cut output at its meeting this week, but firm refinery demand curbed price losses.
Front-month Brent crude futures had fallen 10 cents to $64.78 per barrel early on Tuesday, while US crude was down 5 cents at $60.15 a barrel. Those slight declines extended a 1% drop from the previous session.
"Investors remained cautious heading into the Opec ... meeting this Friday, with Brent coming under the most selling pressure," ANZ bank said on Tuesday.
US bank Citi said it saw "a strong consensus for a quota rollover at Friday's summit".
High Opec production, but also from US shale producers and Russia, has contributed to oversupply and left tankers filled with millions of barrels of oil without buyers. But prices were prevented from falling further on Tuesday as Saudi oil minister Ali al-Naimi said overnight that demand would pick up and tighten the market in the second half of the year.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
The best part is you don't know #$%$ about the guaranteed (( hedge ))) money !!!!! The stock is down from 25 dollars ................... I would say the cycle will turn around in time for a good return.
And your kind think taxing Americans will fix the problems. Too funny
**Agreed, $PNOW ** up 21% yesterday. Looking for continuation today.. Lots of room for profit left from .033 to .090. Take a look...
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I should probably add that Al Jazeera had a recent poll asking its readers whether ISIS was good for the region. The result was 81% in favor of ISIS. I've got my doubts about that figure as it was from people who felt like voting rather than a scientific poll. But what's quite clear is that ISIS has supporters that are a considerable percentage of the Sunni areas and that those supporters are more willing to fight for their beliefs than their opponents. And their success attracts more support for both military and religious reasons.
Probably the biggest analyst error in looking at the Middle East is assuming that ISIS can be defeated with anything other than total war. The assumption seems to be "let's prevent them from taking any more big cities and they'll eventually fade away". This hasn't worked so far and I doubt it's ever going to work. And the sides fighting ISIS are split by extreme divisions.
The ignorant rule. Simply because we have not seen any recent data, then that means that the previous data are null and void, hhhhmmmmm. That's how science works in the minds of the ignorant. Is it the 21 st century or the 16th? Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! Education is boring and unnecessary, because we have sports and entertainment that are more important.