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pebble.ubetcha 1157 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 18, 2014 12:44 PM Member since: Oct 2, 2012
  • Reply to

    hey pundit; one more time

    by pebble.ubetcha Feb 18, 2014 9:20 AM
    pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha Feb 18, 2014 12:44 PM Flag

    "I answered and he lied!"

    the question asked of you came from ME, not him!!!

    so where's your answer to MY question:

    professional?? professional WHAT??

    go ahead; DODGE it again!!!!

  • Reply to

    hey pundit; one more time

    by pebble.ubetcha Feb 18, 2014 9:20 AM
    pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha Feb 18, 2014 11:03 AM Flag

    if that's the question you want answered, ask him.

    SO, ANSWER THE QUESTION ASKED OF YOU AND SET A GOOD EXAMPLE FOR HIM!!!!

  • pebble.ubetcha by pebble.ubetcha Feb 18, 2014 9:20 AM Flag

    professional what?

  • Reply to

    Emc looks like it is going to

    by bradj93 Feb 17, 2014 8:38 AM
    pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha Feb 17, 2014 3:48 PM Flag

    i never said they "would" do it but, for years, i've been saying i'd like to see it.

    other than the following link, i'll pass on MLP's:

    http://www.investopedia.com/terms/m/mlp.asp

  • Reply to

    Alibaba question

    by johndowe99 Feb 16, 2014 3:27 PM
    pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha Feb 17, 2014 3:19 PM Flag

    i've always felt that they're the most likely ones.

  • Reply to

    Emc looks like it is going to

    by bradj93 Feb 17, 2014 8:38 AM
    pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha Feb 17, 2014 3:15 PM Flag

    Partial Spin-Offs
    A partial spin-off, also known as a carve-out, involves the parent corporation selling 20 percent or less of the subsidiary in an IPO registered with the SEC. The remaining shares stay with the parent, which may distribute them to existing shareholders in a future spin-off transaction. Companies do this to raise capital and also to establish a benchmark price for the newly public entity. This enables investors and analysts to properly research and value the spin-off company, which ultimately benefits shareholders of the parent company.

    isn't that what emc did?

  • pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha Feb 17, 2014 2:57 PM Flag

    i have no complaints at all about etrade service.

    several years ago, when i was in the process of selling my home and moving into retirement community, etfc offered me $2000 if i would add another 200k to my regular joint a/c.

    wow, talk about perfect timing. a $2k gift from out of the blue.
    (don't hold me to those exact numbers)

  • Reply to

    Emc looks like it is going to

    by bradj93 Feb 17, 2014 8:38 AM
    pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha Feb 17, 2014 11:55 AM Flag

    i think 1 sh of vmw for every 4-5 shs of emc would be workable. (or even 1/2 sh of vmw if they didn't want to unload them all at one time)

  • Reply to

    Emc looks like it is going to

    by bradj93 Feb 17, 2014 8:38 AM
    pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha Feb 17, 2014 9:10 AM Flag

    " I am wondering what others who actually hold Emc think."

    what i actually think is that i think i'd like to see emc distribute their vmw shares to us or have someone buy out emc to gain control of vmw.

  • pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha Feb 16, 2014 7:59 PM Flag

    " I tried to give you a chance to redeem yourself and act like an adult"

    that's what i did when i posted the following msg:

    the only thing i've criticized co1done for (other than his arrogance) was THIS stupid msg he posted back on 12/10 (his EXACT words):
    "$50 will be the bottom in 2014."
    misworded?? perhaps!!
    slip of the tongue?? perhaps!!
    either way, he did NOT have the gonads to simply come forward and admit to such an honest mistake!!
    if he had faced up to such a simple mistake, i'd have dropped the subject.
    but; he's made it perfectly obviously he's not man enough to admit to a mistake anyone could have made.
    if he can't do that, why should anyone respect him??
    if he can't do that, i'm not about to let him forget it!!!
    is that clear enough for you?

    (he couldn't man up to do it)

  • you and phoenix, birds of a feather on the orcl board, huh?

    do either of you ever post anything about the company on whose board you happen to be on?

  • pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha Feb 16, 2014 6:10 PM Flag

    hey coughing, can you tell me what board we're on?
    if i can't see this msg on your board, try me on the etfc board.

    thx.

  • pebble.ubetcha by pebble.ubetcha Feb 16, 2014 4:39 PM Flag

    here's a reply you sent to yourself:
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    caveatemptorbum • 6 hours ago
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    the fearmongering about the "aging popuation" is baloney
    the fact is that due to the huge gains in productivity, the fewer workers of today produce far more goods and services than the workers of the past................ if productivity continues to rise as it has in the recent past , output per worker hour will be 70% more in 2035 than it is right now.
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    caveatemptorbum • 3 hours ago Flag
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    when confronted with facts, often time conservatives will either ignore them or call names......
    no matter, the fact is that fear mongering over the "aging population" is baloney:

    ". fearmongers point to projections showing the number of workers per Social Security beneficiary falling from 2.8 his year to just 2.1 in 2035. But this prospect looks considerably less scary when we consider that the number of workers per beneficiary was 5.1 back in 1960. We have seen this number cut almost in half over the last five decades, yet both workers and retirees have seen substantial increases in their standard of living.

    neither of those msgs are on his msg board.
    why won't you tell what msg board those msgs were posted on?

  • pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha Feb 16, 2014 4:32 PM Flag

    why won't you respond to this msg;

    the fearmongering about the "aging population" is baloney
    by caveatemptorbum • 45 minutes ago Flag
    the fact is that due to the huge gains in productivity, the fewer workers of today produce far more goods and services than the workers of the past................ if productivity continues to rise as it has in the recent past , output per worker hour will be 70% more in 2035 than it is right now.

    SO, which board was that posted on, because it's not on this board.

  • pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha Feb 16, 2014 3:28 PM Flag

    i'll pass on that one and leave it between you & caveat.

    at the moment, maybe he's over on that other msg board that he won't talk about.

  • pebble.ubetcha by pebble.ubetcha Feb 16, 2014 3:03 PM Flag

    why won't you say on which msg board you posted that msg?

    i've got no problem saying on which boards i'm on:
    yhoo
    csco
    f
    pfe
    tyc
    and several others at various, but less frequent, times.

    why do you have a problem showing just that ONE msg board where that msg was posted?

  • Reply to

    Time to Retire Fears over Aging Populations

    by caveatemptorbum Feb 16, 2014 10:14 AM
    pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha Feb 16, 2014 2:53 PM Flag

    here's the reply that yahoo just cut off:

    i'll pass on your typical name-calling. i have no concerns over the aging population. all i did was ask you on which board you had posted the msg.
    here's the msg you posted in its entirety (the 45 minutes ago will change)

    0users liked this postsusers disliked this posts3Reply
    the fearmongering about the "aging population" is baloney
    by caveatemptorbum • 45 minutes ago Flag
    the fact is that due to the huge gains in productivity, the fewer workers of today produce far more goods and services than the workers of the past................ if productivity continues to rise as it has in the recent past , output per worker hour will be 70% more in 2035 than it is right now.

    SO, which board was that posted on, because it's not on this board.

    THAT was my point and you're DODGING the point which i'll repeat for the 3rd time:

    WHICH BOARD DID YOU POST THAT MSG ON, BECAUSE IT'S NOT ON THIS BOARD?

    why are you afraid to say where you posted that msg?

  • Reply to

    Time to Retire Fears over Aging Populations

    by caveatemptorbum Feb 16, 2014 10:14 AM
    pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha Feb 16, 2014 2:49 PM Flag

    that's a repeat of the msg i responded to.

    here's the reply you got to that msg:

  • Reply to

    yo pebble - here is your answer, sweety pie

    by tuerpe2 Feb 15, 2014 9:52 PM
    pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha Feb 16, 2014 2:44 PM Flag

    if you're comparing that "mis-speak" by walker to the DODGES away from loss of lives of americans and calling that titt for tatt, then you're really stretching things.

  • Reply to

    Time to Retire Fears over Aging Populations

    by caveatemptorbum Feb 16, 2014 10:14 AM
    pebble.ubetcha pebble.ubetcha Feb 16, 2014 11:17 AM Flag

    i'll pass on your typical name-calling. i have no concerns over the aging population. all i did was ask you on which board you had posted the msg.
    here's the msg you posted in its entirety (the 45 minutes ago will change)

    0users liked this postsusers disliked this posts3Reply
    the fearmongering about the "aging population" is baloney
    by caveatemptorbum • 45 minutes ago Flag
    the fact is that due to the huge gains in productivity, the fewer workers of today produce far more goods and services than the workers of the past................ if productivity continues to rise as it has in the recent past , output per worker hour will be 70% more in 2035 than it is right now.

    SO, which board was that posted on, because it's not on this board.

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