has to be, that particular plant is always hiring fabricators. wouldn't need that many for testing. gonna check because it looked like that plant was down since first of year, could be just using it for storage
Wonder if they are doing some aftermarket modifications.
We had no snow in nashville today, but 30 miles south they had 4 inches. Supposed to be 65 Saturday. A foot of snow in NC. Glad I got out of there yesterday.
man how can you hold it for 20 years without exploding>lol> btw looking at 55 here for sunday. will then get a 12" blast of snow to restore humility. any idea what rousch is doing with the dodge mini van. must have delivered 1k of them, is the fattest i have ever seen in there storage lot
I didnt know that you were asking me what my exit point was....why didnt you just ask.
Probably around $17 again, although I might hold and see if $18 is doable. I have held it for 20 years...I think a year or two longer might not hurt.
<<<I give up. You win.>>>
Hmm, didnt know it was a contest.
By: autopartbuyer: >>>now waiting for an exit point to sell the remaining third.<<<<<<
>>>>>As for your credibility, its one of those things thats ultimately yours to earn or detract from....isnt it?<<<<<
02/19/04 3:27 PM EST Buy 65 GM MAR 47 1/2 Puts @ 0.50 Execute
Closed at .90 today 2/26/04 up 55%
So how are you doin' on your trade?
One of the things that separates the 'bashers' from the real posters is the fact that the 'real posters' will have the guts to come back and state that their predictions were wrong.
You made this prediction on this board:
<<<At 1:55 Eastern 2/26/04, Ford is ready to nosedive into the close!>>>
Since then, the stock has actually gone up. And it looks like it might close up.
If it does close up, or does not indeed nosedive...will you come back on and admit your error?
You posted the same thing on the GM board about GM. But you discuss things like you want to be taken legitimately.
So, I guess the ball is in your court.
Sorry, from now on I'll attempt to restrain myself to only those comments that you prefer to hear.
*Employment is improving rapidly.
*30 grand for an average vehicle is cheap.
*The federal budget looks wonderful.
*Ford quality is better than Lexus.
*$65/hr. UAW labor is competetive with Chinese labor.
*Interest rates will stay low forever, so Ford can continue to provide attractive give aways.
*$180 Billion Ford debt is no problem, because interest rates are probably going to less than zero, which will make holding extreme debt profitable.
*Ford underfunding of pension benefits is no problem. Ex employees will voluntarily give up their pensions to help sustain the company.
*Oil price will go to $15/bbl soon, so Ford's SUV sales will rocket up.
*With the vastly improved quality of Ford vehicles, the banks will soon see that 120 month financing is practical.
*Taxpayers will assume the risk of making loans on shakier credit so that Ford can continue expanding sales.
*Steel prices will drop soon, enabling Ford to improve profit margins.
BTW, what's your take on this chart?