I see you are politically correct by the 4th of July reference as opposed to savage, racist Independence Day, although a more accurate statement would be Dependence Day, but that would result in you being placed on a no-fly list, subject to an IRS audit, and never be able to own a gun as long as you live.
They're are meeting with the lawyers tonight, a Chipotle executive was arrested for selling cocaine.
Yea, sure. Going forward, always wear a name tag with your parole officers cell number on the front of your shirt when leaving their basement.
Sometime in the next 4 years or more, he'll pay a fine and have the option of 6 months probation or 6 months of community service.
and if history does repeat, nobody 'long' will ever see it coming, which is the only real positive going forward.
It will never be overbought again as long as you live, in fact, it will never be overbought again until the end of all life.
So, if your holding 1,000 and after the r/s your holding 250 with the same price. Let's say it moves up one buck, $1,000 gain as opposed to $250 after the r/s? Seems rather simple to me, even if you apply the price movement with 'percentages', the result is that you will not see the equivalent appreciation because on a quantity basis, 250 is 4 times less than 250, meaning that any percentage increase would need to be 4 times higher for the same result.
Locate a high bridge over a shallow rocky stream, an be sure your life insurance premium is paid.
Bullard has been brain-dead most of his adult life.