Just once I would like, other and myself and a few others, admit that this stock has been a HUGE
disappointment over the last couple of years. Its a fact that cant be denied and hidden, but you
will not hear it from them.
How well have you done the last 3 days. How well have you done the last year and a half. This stock and its board speaks for its self.
A Troll is a poster, who scans the board looking for any one who is not 100 percent Rah Rah Rah, or someone that Trolls back 25 years ago to see what investors posted. Dont look too hard the board is full of it, or them, or whatever !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You will get tired of it. They cant reason. Its why he or she does what it does. You will never see one intelligent post from him.
Name calling. Heck thats all they do. Its pretty much just one poster with several Id's. Just put them on igore. Thats what I do.
O.K tell me why. Will both companies make sales go up. Will both companies earn more money separate than as one. History has proven that these splits do NOT work.
You will not see 15 for a long long time. Unless one plus one equals 3. The best you will see is 1 plus 1 might be 10 for both companies combined. Its a huge mistake.
Well hope your right. I am glad you dont do the name calling. Good for you.
Up or Down Sir ????? Yikes
Nice Post. Cramer has been pumping since it was 15 bucks. It like when Cramer pumps its time to dump.
Or If the glove dont fit you must acquit !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yes since March it has gone up. But since Jan 1 2015, a year and a half ago, it has been going down steady.
A company cant continue to go down unless it goes to zero. So is this really a recovery or just a stop to pain and trade in a narrow range.
About 6 month ago I said AA needs to stop this stupid split, keep the company as one, and
Cut 10 percent of the work force.
Here is what was just posted.
Along with reporting a 92% drop in profit for the first three months of the year, Alcoa said it cut 600 jobs from its parts manufacturing business that is expected to be spun off later this year. The company plans to eliminate another 400 positions this year, with the possibility of an additional 1,000 cuts, according to the Pittsburgh-Tribune Review.