but no one wants their poison. FunFun and the other disgruntled ex-DD employees who bought shares in this train wreck are now holding the bag. All this brought to you by your favorite poster and staunch supporter of our little Delaware based company
If fertilizer companies like POT are doing so bad, why is the price of Scotts Lawn Fertilizer almost $60 bucks here in New Jersey?
neither can FunFun and the MON bagholders. This market has rebounded all the way back and MON has done nothing, down $3 today. MON = the great wealth destroyer
I just took some profits at 29.60 - I bought 1000 shares somewhere around 22.70 It paid for our summer vacation. Got a feeling this will illogically pull back with oil prices and the warmer months coming. Will look to get back in or watch it run to 35 for you guys. Good luck
Please help us. Our stock price is in the septic and times are desperate. We will buy anything you have. We know we are a one trick pony but FunFun and the other MON bagholders keep our stock afloat. Please help
What is wrong with this company? I'm a newbie and from the outside, it looks like a screaming buy. What am I missing. Thanks
Meanwhile Monsanto bag holders stare and drool while FunFun takes an extra long hot shower with his pair of tweezers in hand.
According to fUNfUN is was buy at 120......110.....100....90.....80...... Have a great day MON bagholders
You would since most Catholic priests have doodled young boys and taken their virginity.
Watch the aftermath when the bottom falls out of the frackers in the midwest, especially North Dakota and neighboring states. Those economies were artificially propped up by high oil demand/prices by highly leveraged speculators. I hope we all enjoy $1.50 gas because it has caused 10's of thousands to lose their jobs.
Well at least FUN FUN got that right, as a MON shareholder, you gotta laugh. You and all the other MON bag holders.
Notthatblind, you know FunFun's story all to well. He indeed worked for the great company that was founded in the year of our Lord, 1802. But as thoroughbreds get put to pasture and leaky faucets replaced, the obese and arthritic man know as FunFun was no longer needed by DD as he found respite in his double-wide mobile home. There he suckled his DD pension fund and company paid health insurance while indulging in the finer things in life such as Doritos, Budweiser beer, and Marlboro cigarettes, Then, the letter came....DD would no longer be footing his health care, and thus the call to AARP. Yes, DD still gave him a taste but only enough $$ to pay the first month's premium. GAP insurance, Medicare, Drug Prescription plans all cut into his 2 pack a day habit and his thirst for the King of Beer. Now he pines the days away thinking about the great company he use to work for and his miserable life. Although he doesn't own a share of MON, he entices bagholders to purchase worthless shares and attempts to throw dirt on the gleaming globe which is DuPont.