It wasn't a joke.
You will never comprehend it. That's a shame. But you are lucky, that you don't see what's coming.
He thinks I was joking with him on my parody from a Few good men. That was no joke D-Z. It had every reason why, I'm in this junior. I actual felt sorry for him, because for 24 hrs no one had replied to his post. I think he should warn future message boards, that he's thinned skin and feels that he's entitled to answers to every stupid question he can think of.
How's spandex doing?
I have neither the time nor the inclination to explain myself to a man who rises and sleeps under the blanket of the very freedom that I provide, and then questions the manner in which I provide it! I would rather you just said ‘thank you’ and went on your way
Are you telling us, you are too stupid to google apple and gold watch. How do you expect anyone to take you for real? How spandex doing?
Interesting, they announce the gold watch, the day they got the nod to be one of the DOW 30. The watch has many biomedical options. They will present the watch today. This morning every financial reporting media station was talking about the gold watch .
Will this be a flop? Wall street needs apple to be a dare devil. But the bankers do not want to see the success of demand for gold. Precarious situation. Today, when they present this watch, gold is going to be a key topic around the world. Watch India and China for demand.
This could be the match that ignites the reality, that there isn't that much gold laying around to meet this demand. Can you see the fuss, that anyone walking into a apple store could create. All eyes focused for the first time on who and why to own a gold watch.
The forces of evil meet the forces of owning gold. Can you see the first rich kid who shows up with the gold watch. I doubt that we will see people camped out all night, waiting to buy one. The key for me is the discussions that follow and the first introduction to the masses on why gold is important.
Until, I answered your post, most just ignored you. I'm sorry that you are so thinned skinned, that you couldn't grasp the things I included in my parody of your question. Have a good time bashing.
Jessep (Jack Nicholson): You want answers?
Kaffee (Tom Cruise): I think I’m entitled to them.
Jessep: You want answers?
Kaffee: I want the truth!
Jessep: You can’t handle the truth! Son, we live in a world that has derivatives. And those QE programs have to be guarded by men with Mines. Who's gonna do it? You? You, Lt. Weinberg? I have a greater responsibility than you can possibly fathom. You weep for USA dollar and you curse the Frosts. You have that luxury. You have the luxury of not knowing what I know: that Dollar's death, while tragic, probably saved lives. And my existence, while grotesque and incomprehensible to you, saves lives. You don’t want the truth because deep down in places you don’t talk about at parties you want me on that Mine. You need me on that Mine. We use words like PEA, drilling and Nasdaq Listing. We use these words as the backbone of a life spent defending something. You use them as a punch line. I have neither the time nor the inclination to explain myself to a man who rises and sleeps under the blanket of the very freedom that I provide, and then questions the manner in which I provide it! I would rather you just said ‘thank you’ and went on your way. Otherwise, I suggest you pick up a stock cerificate and stand a post. Either way, I don’t give a darn what you think you are entitled to!
Kaffee: Did you order the PEA?
Jessep: I did the job that —
Kaffee: Did you order the PEA?
Jessep: You’re goddarn right I did!
No, I didn't buy any today. Now I wish I had. Maybe next week, we get earnings. Smart call on buying more. Where did you see that they were also testing Spinel in larger vehicles?
Trade wars is what started the great depression. Sometimes you get what you wish for. Look it up.
That's two ounces of gold per watch. Would be heavy to wear all day. Is Apple using this as a false flag on what they really are up too? Maybe they want to protect themselves a little and acquire gold, but hide the fact? They plan on making 1M gold watches a month. Cannot wait to see that demand enter the picture at the same time, India, Russia and China are buying. Maybe they make JPM have to triple their short positions to keep gold down. Nice post about Apple.
That's 750 tones of gold a year. 2 ounces x 12m watches a year =24m ounces/32,000 ounces per ton= 750 tones. Apple has a such a loyal following, they maybe able to create that kind of demand. Specially from the Asians.
Spooking a few investors. That's normal and expected. Just be glad that your are not in AKS or RVM. However the company needs to get some news out. They do need to show growth with Draft. I have pointed out tow sites carrying the Durafit line. One of them daily advertisings a sale on the best selling durafit model. Maybe a marketing ploy or maybe they are selling the hottest filter, s they are getting a quantity discount?
The key will be earnings and what they see going forward. It seems that the boy wonders here, cannot pump their investments right now, so they have to point out a small move down for us. Maybe this makes them feel better, with the 50%++++ moves downs they are contending with on RVM and AKS.
We have several catalysts to keep on eye. One a new analyst will be joining the discussions, so if sales do look like they are growing, that word will get out faster. Durafit has distributors that has been verified. The market out there is maybe $700M and growing. The testing is still on going and if GM and Audi high light it, with any kind of validation, then a small price drop is a welcome site, specially if you are accumulating. Always do your DD and trust your instincts. I could be a fool or the bashers who pretend they own shares could be the fools. One of these Thursdays this month, we should get some insight.
It is a mystery. My hope is that they are doing a JV or Frost is trying to marry PGLC/Levon together. Levon has a great balance sheet no debt and cash and stock. The key words were " non-resources issuer", which to me means, that they were spelling out, that the discussions were not about dilution.
Interesting that Levon and PGLC are trading near each other in price. Frost is involved with both. Recently PGLC stated they applied for Nasdaq listing. The tricky part here, is making the street welcome something. Newmont owns 10% of Levon and the recent deal with PGLC land grab, maybe sets up a three way deal. Create money out of thin air. Everyone is happy.
I still believe the CEO was let go, because he didn't protect us from a currency war. When they signed the deal on 1.50/1.25 Euro per filter, the Euro was 1.34. Today we can figure that each filter will mean about .30 less to the company. To cut the rate from 4.50 to 1.25, they must have seen a nice increase in projections. Maybe 4 time higher, then they expect at 4.50? The one blessing is the lower Euro price on Bellco's end, may mean they can sell more or Bellco can profit the difference.
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The changes may reflect an impairment or reduction in homeostatic/homeodynamic control in dialysis patients and also may have important prognostic and therapeutic implications.
I looked at their website and read some abstracts that they have posted. What occurred to me, was the emphasis here is that dialysis has some major problems. I know tell me something I don't know. My point is that the industry is looking at a younger group of patients. Obesity, high blood pressure, heart disease. As patients are going on dialysis earlier, the numerous treatments start to stack up. My feeling is they are aware of this and have to address it. Here is an abstract that I COPY AND PASTE:
Oscillatory and longitudinal time patterns play a major role in human physiology. In chronic hemodialysis patients, abnormalities in both time patterns have been observed, while time patterns can also influence the response of patients to the treatment. Abnormal oscillatory patterns have been observed for ultradian rhythms (cycle time 28 h) rhythms, large seasonal differences in mortality, but also in blood pressure and interdialytic weight gain, have been observed in dialysis patients. The most important longitudinal pattern is the general reduction of life span in dialysis patients. One explanation of this phenomenon relates to the concept of accelerated aging in dialysis patients, for which there are various supportive arguments. From a phenomenological point of view, this concept translates into the high prevalence of frailty, even in young dialysis patients. A multidimensional approach appears necessary to adequately address this problem. In this review, the relevance of disturbed time patterns in dialysis patients is discussed. The changes may reflect an impairment or reduction in homeostatic/homeodynamic control in dialysis patients and also may have impor
I have to admit, I have never met a poster like you. I hope your DD pays off. As for your whisper comment on Levon, I have to question it. How can they enter into an agreement, if they are just a discovery company? They have no ambition to actually mine what they find. So how could they enter into a long term supply contract?