to me. Wrapped up in your own loss and unwilling
to share withother truly respectable individuals
that are careing and sopportive.
Look back and see
where I have posted my losses far greater than yours'
and yet you think because I can afford it, it is not
all that important. I am fully aware of what a 30,000
loss feels like and some smart ass saying ,"who cares,
you can afford it." is a cruel insensitive remark.
That's the way it is in cyber world, the school busses,
in kindergarten, in University of M and in the
boardroom of a number of corporations across the USof A. It
is not a pretty sight indeed, we should all be able
to live and be happy and healthy together on this
small planet earth. Dogs do it, are we any less or
better than they? I for one have doubts the human race
will not annihilate itself and the world as we know it
will just keep turning without any sense of remorse.
OH gosh, we lost a specie, what was it called,
Human? No loss indeed.
Just left the golf course. My home is along side
the 7th fairway, I scored fair for an old man. But
what is important is I did not spend the day with a
guardian who will remove your mouse at approx. 11:00PM.
Sleep well for I feel for you and your teddy bear
What a deal! Buy at 6 1/2 get a 12.5% yield ..and
then the stock drops to 5 and I'm out 16% of my
principle. But of course the price drop then brings the new
yield up to maybe 14 % which looks great until the
stock drops to 4.
Let's see..a man could go
broke on this logic while thinking he's making a bundle
all the way down!
StkMrkts, UR A GENIUS!
Even if you're affraid to buy MT, you can still
make a bundle off of MT.
Buy 1,000 shares of MT; at the same time Short 1,000
shares of MT.
If MT pays $1.50/year dividend in
get a 22% return on your investment
less 8% to the brokerage house for the margin. You end
up with 14% a year for the rest of your life with no
If MT goes down you're not affected,
but you're still collecting 14%. If MT increases its
dividend in, say 5 years, your return on investment will
increase. If MT pays less or goes bust, and you're not
happy with the return on investment, you can bail out,
take your dividends with you, and break even.