Guess you dodge a bullet this time......this is a crazy market.....when the music stops there will be no where to hide.
25 billion bottles of beer.
Take one down and pass it around....twenty-four billion nine hundred ninety-nine million nine hundred ninety-nine thousand nine hundred ninety-nine bottles of Corona on the wall. Taco Tony....you and the wall building crew can sing this while you are working!!! One bottle for each US dollar it will cost to build the wall...LMAO!!!
Don't you worry about Trump..... Mexico will be paying to have the wall built. Do you still have us citizenship??? Maybe you can get a job building the wall to offset the extra taxes you will be paying. SAN down 2%.......is it time for you to start averaging down???
I think you pulled the trigger too early...... thought you were waiting for $2.90 ??? You better have some more Pesos ready to average down. Euro is a mess.....now Italy is stirring the pot of disaster.
lol.....posted when i got in and when i got out of SAN. STEM.....you know the story...no need for me to restate (all time winner!). Fuelcell was a loser....not a large investment. Can you say "Winner...Winner...Chicken Dinner"?
Taco Tony....I did not sell SAN for a loss....I made a profit. Here is the rule:
The rule defines a wash sale as one that occurs when an individual sells or trades a security at a loss, and within 30 days before or after this sale, buys a “substantially identical” stock or security, or acquires a contract or option to do so.
Geez!!!!.....was looking to buy back but the leadership in the UK is non existing. Think my new target stocks will be USA stocks that are from America and only does business in America. Good luck to all.
Glad I sold.......but I don't think I will be buying again....the vote to leave means the beginning of the end of the Euro. Maybe I should now short SAN?
Does Apple Inc. (AAPL) Have Mobileye NV (MBLY) In Its Sights?
AAPL shareholders are getting antsy, but a Mobileye buyout could be the cure
By Charles Payne, Editor, Smart Investing | May 9, 2016, 11:29 am EDT
In the days after Apple Inc. (AAPL) released its worst earnings report in years, management has gone on a charm offensive to reassure investors — and maybe even themselves as well. CEO Tim Cook has never had the star power that Steve Jobs did, but now the company has been thrown into a position of having to show and prove.
Mobileye NV: Does Apple Inc. (AAPL) Have MBLY In Its Sights?There’s no more benefit of the doubt.
For the fiscal second quarter, Apple saw results miss on both the top and bottom lines. Earnings of $1.90 a share were down from $2.33 a share last year and $0.10 below estimates, while revenue of $50.6 billion came in $1.5 billion short of expectations.
This was AAPL’s first quarterly drop in sales since 2003. Adding to the injury, iPhone unit sales fell 16% in the quarter, and sales in Greater China declined 26%. Guidance for the third quarter was also lower than expected, with management looking for revenue of $41 to $43 billion compared to estimates closer to $45 billion.
In addition, management announced a 10% hike to its dividend and a $50 billion increase to its capital return program. But with that still leaving Apple sitting on more cash than many of the world’s nations, investors are antsy to learn how the company plans to spend that all that money. And political candidates see it as greed personified.
Why MBLY Would Be Good for AAPL
The company said it plans to spend $250 billion by the end of March 2018, and is now talking about acquisitions both large and small. That, coupled with an increasing need for a new company with a wow factor, and I’m led to believe we’re looking at the driverless car.
If that’s the case, AAPL needs to power up on technology, and in my opinion that puts Mobileye NV (MBLY) in the bullseye. Mobileye
Yes I bailed too early.........unlike our buddy Taco Tony I can admit when I was wrong. I will not chase it at this price and will wait to buy on the dip.