well that's easy, you have it already...... the smoke you see is you pants on fire......as your shots burn
and the fire is gonna get much much worse !
Andrew J. Hall, the the commodity hedge fund manager and oil trader whose pay package of about $100 million ensnared him in the fight over compensation at bailed-out banks in 2009, believes that oil prices are almost certain to head higher over the long-term.
In a letter to clients of Astenbeck Capital reviewed by ValueWalk, Andy Hall’s commodity-focused hedge fund, Hall writes that current oil prices “are unsustainably low on any reasonable assessment and global spare capacity is wafer thin.” However, Hall believes that “there is certainly still a chance of lower prices in the next month or so,” although “weighing that possibility against the virtual inevitability of higher prices down the road leads to a simple conclusion: now is not the time to exit the market.”
If Iran nukes Saudi Arabia down the road, and that is definite possibility, TVIX of 200+ is possible IMO
outside of the guarantee.
Its causes older (+_2 yrs old) iPad other devices circuitry to fry ....
IMO its a way for AAPl to sweep away your older devices.... make you buy new ones..
enjoy the bird nest soup and fried rice,
at the financial center you can have a fabulous dinner...\
do AAPL update down loads on the demo- appl devices, and then you can have fried electronic circuits for dinner
and then they will send your watch an up date in 2 years,
when you are just 2 months out of the guarantee,
that will fry its circuits,
and you will need a new one,
that's what happened to my iPad
the I Pad was working perfectly
I tell you know its the truth..... the machine was 2 yrs old and in tip-top condition, used only for email, face time, and some internet.
.The manageress told me my machine must have had something wrong with it before hand that caused the up date to fry its circuits.
From muy side the ipad was working normally beforehand, so if something was wrong I could have easily had it fixed. It seems appl sends up dates to get rid of old products that may have few minor glitches, that is not how one does business if one has a GOOD name..
I would expect a bad name brand or a #$%$ to do that, not a brand name of apple.
they could get them:
1) a bad name, for all the hard work for Steve Jobst
2) into trouble with the FBI.
3) class action law suits
4)... and much more....
nobody is above the law....
I was expecting AAPL customer care to set the matter straight and replace my iPad they destroyed with their up-date, which they were nagging me to down load.
In stead apple customer care, just hung up on me...In fact I hear the one guy saying.....oh its a bad line ...I cant hear you... and I was talking to him, if I could hear him on Skype he could hear me..... and then he put down the phone. No attempt to contact me back via Skype or email... nothing...
so much for AAPl customer care. I alwaysn had the impression that this was the best product, and bets service... may be they are resting on their laurels, when Jobst raised the company....
Now their mid set seems more "iron fist in the velvet glove" ... appearing caring, but....
I tell you now, if they have done that to me, they are repeating it, and it wont be too long before a thing like this get out...
very, very disappointed with AAPL.
They should have done the right thing.
if this is the business model for APPL under Tim Cook- poor customer service, and sabotage of clients devices, to drum up business, ...people will find out soon, and APPL will deteriorate
I was so disappointed will their service
It was a down load directly from the AAPL company sent to the operating system on the iPad. It fried the voltage surge and sever circuits, making the device unfixable.
The management was contacted at 1800 number, and as one got to the top levels.... answers became curt, explanations became fantastic and creative, avoiding the issue, and calls were disconnected......
Fry a turkey.....
they are making watches, why don't they improve their customer service, and not send clients bad up dates, to make them buy new appliances.
Steve Jobst would have never allowed their managers to do this to clients....