I didn't realize that Harvard required publishing papers in order to matriculate? I didn't realize you were an expert in constitutional law? I'm sure you also realize that a large swath of folks voted against Obama because he was black. I'm sure you feel the US is just like living in Venezuela? Go ahead, continue to discredit yourself with BS fanaticism and not discussing what's important for Arch coal and other coal companies. Go ahead, feel sorry for yourself. Joke.
Seriously; how much longer will you continue with this charade? Anyone with half a brain knows you are faking this attempt to be a non-English speaker. And doing a poor job at that. Enough already, it's gone stale.
If your barometer includes matriculating from Harvard as not accomplishing anything, or winning the popular vote in the most powerful country in the world after winning a senatorial seat in the state of Illinois as nothing then yes, you may be on to something. Seriously, can we move on to something of substance versus a 'talking point' based on frustration? No doubt Obama has not been a friend of coal; he's supporting the progressive base of the DNP and their agenda. Coal companies need to be smart, savvy and find a way to work with the current administration and try and move forward. Stomping your feet and saying "no fair" is not going to improve your fate, or that of the shareholders. Depending on the GOP to win the white house in 2016 is too risky; best to try and make contingency plans so the company thrives no matter which party is in control of the white house. Fortunately, if Hilary does win; she is more to the right than Obama. If the GOP wins, it still won't ensure that all the coal plants that have been replaced by NG burning power plants will go back to coal; that's too costly.
Ditto. I like my measly 2 holdings; EPD and NS. Not a big time player like you my friend, don't have the time or knowledge to track a lot of them like yourself. But maybe if there is a big market correction, adding another like KMP? Or what MLP's would be on the top of your x-mas 'wish list'?
And you can lose the value of your equity 3-4 times as fast.
Hang in there friend. Never give up, never retreat and never let the opposition see a hint of fear or trepidation in your decision!
I would argue that D is looking for attention and by continuing to write about him and express outrage is only feeding his habit. Let it go my friend, let it go. Let's hope the 8 barrier is permanently in our rear view mirror after next week!
I would like to invoke the infamous line from Geoge Allen, former coach of the Rams, Redskins, etc: "the future is now"
As someone that experiences chronic pain I have not been advised or recommended Abstral by any of my physicians. If this was such a break through pain relief medication; don't you think it would be more visible in the marketplace and have tremendous sales? I wish you luck, but this company and it's executives are eerily reminiscent of CATS (Hythiam) and Terrence Peizer. Good luck.
Didn't GS have a 6 dollar price target and ANR best of breed of coal stocks just a few months ago? Talk about fickle. Today's GS statement is tomorrow's 'what if'? In other words, don't rely on GS to determine how to trade your stock portfolio, that's the fastest way to be stripped of your wealth.
Okay, indisputable was a poor choice; but after reading a couple of articles from
The Street, if true then the evidence against Ahn appears strong since he supposedly admitted to hiring TheDreamTeam and then selling his shares shortly thereafter once the share price rose. If something looks like a duck and quacks like a duck..........
Just saying. How would you defend Ahn's actions in the courts when these lawyers bring up these facts? Like I wrote, Ahn is not the sharpest pencil in the box; he should have kept his shares and if he needed money only sold a small portion of his stake. Also, the fact that other executives did the same thing adds fuel to the fire. I wish you luck with your investment, but the reason shares are down is because of the law suits and appearance that there were SEC violations by the executive branch of this company.
Cadmium posted again today, taking credit for the recent gains in share price. If history repeats itself, his posting is another signal for a sell-off come tomorrow. I'm not a trader, bullish on coal, but if I were I would bet against a rise in share price tomorrow thanks to our favorite contrarian indicator. Here are a few quotes that might be educational for our favorite super bull cycle fist pounder:
“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.”
― Ernest Hemingway
“True humility is not thinking less of yourself; it is thinking of yourself less.”
― C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity
“Who is more humble? The scientist who looks at the universe with an open mind and accepts whatever the universe has to teach us, or somebody who says everything in this book must be considered the literal truth and never mind the fallibility of all the human beings involved?”
― Carl Sagan
“I have been driven many times upon my knees by the overwhelming conviction that I had no where else to go. My own wisdom and that of all about me seemed insufficient for that day.”
― Abraham Lincoln
“A true genius admits that he/she knows nothing.”
― Albert Einstein
“These are the few ways we can practice humility:
To speak as little as possible of one's self.
To mind one's own business.
Not to want to manage other people's affairs.
To avoid curiosity.
To accept contradictions and correction cheerfully.
To pass over the mistakes of others.
To accept insults and injuries.
To accept being slighted, forgotten and disliked.
To be kind and gentle even under provocation.
Never to stand on one's dignity.
To choose always the hardest.”
― Mother Teresa, The Joy in Loving: A Guide to Daily Living
Good luck with your investment, but the one thing that appears indisputable is the fact that Dr. Ahn is in trouble. He admitted that Galena hired the DreamTeam for promotional purposes and that months later he and other executives divested their shares. If he were truly smart, he wouldn't have sold out all his shares; he's basically provided legal counsel an open and shut case demonstrating that he's guilty of violating SEC rules. Maybe I'm naive, but I would think this would ruin a person's financial and professional career. Time will tell; if he's still able to keep his millions of dollars and job then maybe the system really is rigged in favor of those at the top. Again, I wish you well with your investment, in no way am I rooting for any of you to lose money; only the executives that took advantage of a scheme that appears crystal clear to allow them to make money with an unfair advantage over the retail investor.
George Taylor: Oh my God. I'm back. I'm home. All the time, it was... We finally really did it.
You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! #$%$ you all to hell!