Twice asked and the response is deafening silence. Might as well enjoy the crickets............ are there any commemorative coins in silver?
I tried 3 times to connect to the SLV MB and each time I was sent to the Yahoo company message board. No offense Marrissa, but I don't give a Rat's Bee-hive about Yahoo stock or their message board. Let's see how long this message lasts or whether it even gets posted. I'm betting it doesn't get posted or last more than a day before the trolls come and edit it to cyber-no-where. As for Silver, as the song goes: "give me just a little more time.......: All things come to those who are patient. Good luck longs.
"Faith is believing in something when common sense tells you not to"
Let's hope for another early X-mas this year........ :)
Ditto. And another Golden Rule: don't believe the 'hype' about the necessity to trade in and out of stocks today because that's the only strategy that 'works'. Wall Street no longer makes outrageous commissions/ fees on the buying and selling of stocks so they compensate by convincing folks to increase the frequency of trading. It's totally a marketing scam/ strategy: make up for loss in revenue from high percentages of fees by increasing the frequency of fees customers incur. Good luck to all.
Don't know what's going to happen, but I did have strong conviction that the original post predicting 10 by this week was 'crazy'/ wrong. That's why I'm glad I have my core position. The only reason I suggested there might be a buying opportunity in the Fall is that this companies stock has shown weakness in the past during the Fall months and the stock market is overdue for a mild correction. If that occurs, I want to have money available to get more shares. Best of luck.
Political tensions are always present; things aren't nearly as bad as you portray in regards to a conflict escalation with Russia or China. Remember, mid-term elections are only a few months away so the cable/ radio talking heads are increasing the volatility of their rhetoric for ratings and to help the candidates they want to be empowered come this fall. Sadly, most Americans are too busy and ignorant to understand how manipulated they are by those with money and media influence.
Tu quiere Taco Bell? We'll see who's got salsa on their forehead in another few months. But alas I'm not a hater, so here's wishing you well.
And I stick with my prediction; the charts would suggest a bottom of the SLV NAV price this past month and I'm guessing about a 30 percent rise in share price to about 25 dollars per ounce. Time will tell. In the meantime, I'm enjoying the 'gray-out' of the message board from all the ignored 'players' who are trying to force an agenda on those that are reading their nonsense. Best wishes to longs, the best is yet to come.
Hmmm, that's a trick question, no? I've got my shares of SLV in; but I must admit it's tempting to buy some silver bullion if I knew a good place to purchase the bullion without having to pay a high premium over the 19 and change per ounce. Any suggestions from the crowd? Thanks in advance for a good lead. Binturong
For the record; I still have my core position that I've owned with a cost basis well under 10. Won't be adding any shares unless there is a correction in the Fall, but if it goes up towards 20 I'll be elated and probably unload my shares. Good luck to you too.
Call Chambers strategy 'stupid', but he's been able to stay atop the company for years with this same game of under promise and then over-deliver. You are right about the main point; Chambers needs to go if investors want to see CSCO get invigorated and move forward.
If you follow CSCO for any time you'd know that Chambers typically lowers expectations during the CC after earnings release. He's done this for years to keep; the bar set low on purpose so that he will look good going forward. His routine is 'tired' and very transparent and it's a real pity that the large shareholders have not called into question his leadership. The board has always been his ally and they are as worthless as Chambers; only a strong, activist shareholder could make some noise, but the company is so big that it explains why large activist shareholders avoid dealing with this head-ache. Not worth their time when there are so many other better opportunities out there.