Yahoo is shoving adds right down your face whenever you use their finance and news. Like to get away from using Yahoo anymore. They will wind up going bankrupt at this rate.
looks like Yahoo has really messed up with the new way of getting quotes. What can we do to get the messaage board back without going through Yahoo? I would like to do away with using Yahoo anymore for quotes as they make things worse not better.
Looks like you really informed about the situation and it appears that you hope it don't happen.
If it does not happen and the stock goes down then it definitely would be a buy. It pays dividend and that is good.
Your strong sell when the stock was 10 or higher was a good call and I will bet you had a ton of puts and made lots of money. Now what?
Glyphosate remains mostly in the soil and only traces get into the plant through the leaves. The plants have limits on the amount of herbicide allowed and are regularly checked by the Federal Health Department and State. You are wrong about what you think and you have no scientific evidence whatsoever on the toxicity of Glyco.
I am sure that Monsanto will come up with a better product that is better tolerated. They have genetically modified crops that can be used with Glyphosate Here you are nobody not even a scientist. I am sure Monsanto has qualified scientists that have PHD degrees and here you are with no BS in Chemistry or Biology spouting off about something you know nothing about. Now along comes Bayer who also has lots of PHD's and they want to buy Monsanto but I guess they don't know what they are doing according to you.
A 2014 review article reported a significant association between B-cell lymphoma and glyphosate occupational exposure. In March 2015 the World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer classified glyphosate as "probably carcinogenic in humans" (category 2A) based on epidemiological studies, animal studies, and in vitro studies. However in 2016 a joint meeting of the United Nations (FAO) Panel of Experts on Pesticide Residues in Food and the Environment and the World Health Organization (WHO) Core Assessment Group on Pesticide Residues (JMPR) concluded that based on the available evidence "glyphosate is unlikely to pose a carcinogenic risk to humans from exposure through the diet
Well if they don't use it and there is crop shortage then they will have to buy from us and we use Glyco.
If they use it to control weeds and help grow he crop the Glyco will not absorb into the plant. It decomposes so what makes you think that even if it is cancerous that it is in the corn? Are you a chemist.?