(Didn't I already respond to this? My post was deleted)
Anyway, what I said was that what's needed is not guarantees but a huge reduction in bank sizes and corporation sizes in general.
You obviously haven't been in a pet store recently. Cat and dog food is VERY expensive.
If you're up 2.5 million you should get help. I've never heard of a millionaire who brags and berates on a messageboard.
The IRS tracks contractors via self-reporting by both employers and contractors. That it is the law. There is no such law regarding the B.L.S.
I am an independent contractor you could say. But the reason for "soft" hiring isn't because of the existence of the option to contract out work, but because of the labor market itself.
You are correct regarding the jobs -- at least any jobs of significance. But I do not think that the current price levels warrant any panic.
I wonder about that. Just because the US had an embargo, doesn't mean everyone did. Those old cars could have been put on the market in Europe, Asia, or Africa.
It is more than likely that the price of these cars will go down -- but not because the price was high already, but because when the embargo is lifted, Cubans will be able to buy modern foreign cars and will start selling their old cars en masse.
It will make Jay Leno a pauper.
Your numerical analysis needs a lot of work, too... it hit .60 in premarket with about 5000 shares traded ($2500).
Jim Cramer never really has any insight. He just follows the market.
50% Dilution will come via average price tag of .55 a share.
I don't know enough about the wind energy market in China and India, or MY's competitors, to buy MY, but it is intriguing..
India doesn't even have sanitary bathrooms for most people (big infrastructure spending is a priority right now), and a lot of pollution in both India and China (clean energy might end up being a big thing in India and will probably still be big or bigger in China).
This last one was a one-week scary drop and a two day correction returning 6 months of gains... getting shorter and shorter... the next let's say 15% drop and 30% rise may only last hours or possibly minutes.
With stocks at all-time highs and inflationary expectations as high as they can really get, there is a very low probability that JNUG will recover very much.