Stop the political posts here! They do not belong here! And they certainly do not deserve any red stars!!! There is so much of this crap here I cannot find an older post with a good link. Take your political anger elsewhere. The rest of us are trying to make a buck, not waste our time and money venting!
Corning, Best Buy, OCLR, JDSU, FNSR, are all weak these days for one primary reason. The 3D TV's have not been bought off the shelves like optimists thought they would be. It has nothing to do with Obama! He didn't make me not buy one! Get real people! Get a life! But first, please get the h_ll off here! I'm tired of seeing this crap everyday here! EA
A quick review of your posts, going back 2-1/2 months, reveals that you have not contributed squat to the board, but yet you're here to tell everyone how to post. Feel free to contribute anything about GLW as it's always welcomed by everyone.
"A quick review of your posts, going back 2-1/2 months, reveals that you have not contributed squat to the board, but yet you're here to tell everyone how to post. Feel free to contribute anything about GLW as it's always welcomed by everyone."
I'm not telling anyone what to post, only what not to post! Common sense backs it up. This is not a political forum here! Its GLW! I have not posted in the last 2.5 months because I just bought it a few days ago. I made $2,000 on a few hours play yesterday. I don't trust the overall market for a long-term play right now.
Abe Lincoln once said its better to keep quite and have people think you are a fool than to speak up and prove it. Silence sometimes works for everyone's benefit. A few off topic comments, fine and ok but the huge string of these things day after day is not!
Those contributing to those posts must be economists. Economics is common sense made difficult. EA
But there isn't enough GLW news in one month to be able to fill three or four posts, want us just to make up stuff? Here's one: Corning to use their Ceramic technology to start building and selling outdoor fireplaces, Wall Street thinks shares will double in 6 months.