several years ago? WHR was never this high until the end of last year.
Where do you stacker store the physical? I would have to buy about 2 tons of silver, if I wanted to move a significant portion of my stocks to Ag. That seems like a lot to store. Only a few cubic feet, but a lot of weight.
Tshinghua may not have enough money to buy MU, since they would have to raise their offer by another 10 billion or more, but they have plenty to buy SNDK.
An investment made in SWKS a year ago is now worth more than 3.7x an equivalent investment in MU.
An investment made in SWKS 6 months ago is now worth more than 2.4x an equivalent investment in MU.
An investment made in SWKS 1 month ago is now worth 36% more an equivalent investment in MU.
You have to get down to a week to make them equivalent, and down to today to make MU less bad.
Interesting to read, but of no more value than their articles a couple of months back saying that MU is a buy.
It becomes a buy right before they beat earnings, whenever that may be.
Who said "don't care." As far as I see, only you.
I'm usually 98% in stock, not counting some cash set aside to complete a home remodel. Markets fluctuate, but if you have enough assets, there is no reason to be overly conservative (MM, bonds), which pretty much guarantees that you will not even match inflation after taxes. I wouldn't be happy to lose 40% of my investments, but I could still retire on more than I have been living on per year while working.
If you had no symptoms and not much liver damage after 40 years, then you cannot really justify the rest of us paying for the cost of your treatment. Would you have paid out $80k for the Harvoni?