And he just keeps on writing. Perhaps by now his friends have had enough ...
On the news the other night was a puff piece on a high school competition to electrify a production car. One group of kids were making over a Dodge Charger and on their bench waiting to be installed with its logo in prominent view was - a Q motor. It was pretty.
Check the balance sheet when the annual report is released in a couple of months. inventory will have decreased by one motor.
Just kidding! About the balance sheet humor. Not about the motor. It was a fun thing to see.
1. The SEC is a joke.
2. Our houses aren't large air-tight chambers.
3. If you put your dry cleaning in a chamber and sampled it right after you brought the clothes home the risk numbers would predict your entire family and pets would catch cancer in a month's time.
I have no position here yet, but think the D-Head has cratered this unfairly to a level where it will be hard to resist getting in. Not fair to the faithful, to be sure. That the Tilson's and Ackman's will get their due in time is a certainty, but it doesn't put food on the table.
Absolutely correct. Just like Tylenol (and many, many others). Once the vultures have had their fill they'll move on to pick somebody else's bones and the American buying public will forget, just like that. We have short attention spans. Nothing about this has staying power, in my view. How long it will take for this storm to pass is harder to say, but it's definitely worth keeping an eye on. I'm a buyer sub-10.
That is about the most foolish question I've seen in a long time. You really should let somebody else manage your money.
The test method for flooring is a large closed-chamber test. Bet you dollars to donuts the CDC model didn't use an attenuation factor to account for diminished concentrations over time. Bet they used a "conservative:" estimate of steady-state emission over a prolonged period.
Although the short-term health effects of formaldehyde exposure are well known, less is known about its potential long-term health effects. In 1980, laboratory studies showed that exposure to formaldehyde could cause nasal cancer in rats. This finding raised the question of whether formaldehyde exposure could also cause cancer in humans. In 1987, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) classified formaldehyde as a probable human carcinogen under conditions of unusually high or prolonged exposure.
All this is relevant only when considering the possibility of a personal injury suit succeeding. Making money by shorting and exaggeration is easy. Proving damages (making it past summary judgement) is something very different.
Bet the PPS take a hit this quarter and am willing to gamble that this hit is a buying opportunity for folks willing to pull the trigger.
What a millstone these guys are. Folks should realize the plunge is the VRX effect, not the we pay our brass a ton of money effect.
I actually have made 300% in a day and typically am so greedy I hold it all the way back to below where i bought it. Whatever the it is. I was already sidelines here when that crazy Q China "news" spike/collapse happened and I'm sure if I was holding then I'd have ridden it up and right back down.