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  • wall_street_mayhem wall_street_mayhem Mar 4, 2011 5:02 PM Flag

    Strong Day

    Axelrod...I feel your pain man. I was in/out of this stock a few times, I do read the board quite frequently if only to lurk. Anyways, I agree I have a pretty decent amouunt saved up in the bank, and was counting on the 3-4% interest rates to save up. Forcing people to risk it all in this corrupt market is beyond comprehension. I dind't think my 3-4% expectations were too far out of line. Now I got 3.50 plus gas to contend with as well as food inflation. Thanks a lot.

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    • wallstreet:
      There is no more middle class in America even if you make 100 thousand per year. The US Adjusted Poverty Level Yearly Income of a Family of 5 is 78 thousan dollars. Make less than that you get free ride in hospitals & everything else. Gasoline for premium is over $4pg. This summer it will be over $5 & will cripple the US just like in 2008 thanks to our Arab Friends. They hate us & with their cartel have it all planned out how to cripple us financially again just like when oil spiked around $148 2 years ago. FE will drift lower as oil rises. The entire utility sector is dead. What good is a dividend when your principle is 50% or will be shortly. Sad thing this sector was ONCE the safest sector to invest in. NO MORE. I have been researching FE & posts at other chat boards. They totally ucfeyed their shareholders by having them think the record date was the 7th & they would be paid a dividend based on a 2/3 Ex date. I wonder how many people here were expecting a dividend & didn't get one.

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