I don't listen to anyone who still uses a blackberry from 2008. Those CNBC fools are still playing on their dumb phones and watching movies on VHS while the rest of the country has moved on to HDTV, Smart Phones, and Tablets.
Change the channel to Bloomberg and never watch any NBC channel.
There ought to be a law says that any analyst, blogger, financial reporter, guest commentator, on-air financial personality, etc. gets smacked in the head with a baseball bat every time they say "could", "should", "may", "might", "maybe", "perhaps", "ought", "likely", "shouldn't", "may not", "might not" or any other phuggin' "cover my own ahzz" words or phrases. Same thing goes for article headlines that are really statements but end with question marks, so that readers can be deliberately misled while the writers cover their ahzzez by providing the means by which they can claim they were asking a question (Wall Street Jagovvs Cheater Sheet is THE WORST).
This does not apply to you, calls_them.
Sentiment: Strong Buy