Well NILSY is back down near the bottom of that 8000 RUB mark (traded at 8448 today). I decided to buy more yesterday before it went ex-dividend. I swear, if NILSY flew any lower under the radar it would be a submarine.
That is not actually good news, since limitations on equipment capacity additions will constrain output from what it could otherwise be.
Not enough IMO 55" has to drop below $2K to gain mainstream adoption. This begs the question: is LG limited by the cost of production or are they simply trying to maximize profit?
At first I thought this idea that qtmm was running multiple ID's was nonsense, but now I see you may be right. The OP has 6 thumbs up and yours has 6 thumbs down as I write this. It seems a bit suspicious at the very least.
There is roughly an order of magnitude less of platinum and palladium produced vs. gold. And those two metals find use as catalysts where there is no substitute. To me those tow factors make them far more valuable than gold, if you absolutely have to have a physical store.
But again, the point here was the purported manipulation of gold price by Yellen.
Are you another version of that idiot tom? It's hard to keep track of all his ID's to put on ignore.
It has some key applications in electronics, space, and medicine. But as a store of value it's a plain silly idea. We don;t live in the dark ages any more. BTC&Blockchain are far more relevant and valuable in the connected 21st century.
No shiat. Gold is a useless shiny metal. But that was not the point anyway... I was simply questioning the OP's claim that Yellen was responsible for moving the price of gold. As far as what moves the price of BTC, it's hard to say.
Several announcements this week. Do you still believe there is lack of communication?
06/15/2016 Shire and Kamada announce FDA approval of expanded label for self-infusion of Glassia for the treatment of emphysema due to severe AAT deficiency
06/14/2016 Shire to License PF-00547659 from Pfizer, Adding to Established and Leading Gastrointestinal Portfolio
06/13/2016 Shire Receives FDA Breakthrough Therapy Designation for SHP621 and SHP625, Investigational Products for Rare Gastrointestinal Conditions
06/10/2016 Shire announces completion of decentralized procedure in Europe for Immunoglobulin Treatment Cuvitru
I want higher, not lower, share prices. But a generalized comment like "Same thing that happens every day" without any thoughts as to why the price is moving down is pointless. Any investor would try to identify possible underlying reasons for any trend. If the underlying investment case remains intact, then logically one would add to their holdings on any unwarranted pullbacks, unless one has already built a full position and does not want to concentrate the holding further.
Why do you care so much about the next life? Does your current life suck so badly? Or are you just greedy and want your existence to never end?
First comes a panic induced by fear of the unknown
Next comes apathy in the face of incessant medai bombardment
This is followed by gradual recognition of the implications of the forthcoming event
Then distrust of the media builds as the severity of event outcomes is downscaled
Finally logic prevails, greed returns, and the market discount is erased.
Brexit is way overblown. Either way, yes or no, the world will quickly adapt, rendering the event meaningless to long term economic and market performance. A blip on the screen at best.
It's an artificial pullback, unless you believe the UK will vote to exit EU. And even then you have to consider that SHPG generates ~70% of its revenue in NA (and has most of its operations there), so the fallout from disruptions to EU sales should be marginal. Of course, it all depends on your investment timeframe... if you are only looking 1-2 years out, SHPO may not be an ideal investment. Even then, I'd say your chances of a positive return remain decent.
If there is no new Canada-US softwood lumber agreement by October, USA will push for tariffs on lumber imports from Canada. And if there is a deal, the marketshare of imports from Canada will very likely drop from the current levels.
@On the table is a demand from the U.S. industry to permanently cap Canada’s share of U.S. lumber consumption at 25 per cent. That’s lower than Canada’s 2015 market share of 30 per cent and well below the 33-per-cent level reached before the two countries signed their last managed trade deal in 2006. The doors to trade in lumber have been wide open since October, when nine years of restrictions expired. And Canadian manufacturers are taking full advantage. The volume of Canadian lumber exported to the United States surged 9 per cent last year and 29 per cent year over year in the first three months of 2016, according to figures compiled by Vancouver-based economist Doug Smyth. Producers in all regions – from British Columbia to Atlantic Canada – are getting in on the party. But it’s not just about the open border. The cheaper Canadian dollar has made our lumber much more affordable. Just as importantly, the size of the pie is growing. Americans are buying more new homes – the main market for Canadian lumber. U.S. housing starts are averaging more than a million units a year, roughly double the lows reached in 2009, and are still rising. Alas, this party won’t last long. Under the 2006 agreement, the United States has pledged not to initiate a new trade case against Canada for one year. That cooling-off period expires in October.