Also, I was wondering... what's your take on that new Toyota 86 aka Scion FR-S? Seems like a pretty nifty ride for dirt cheap....
cool stuff. i always heard those old datsuns were the real deal. a mechanic i knew many years ago had a 240... nice to see people are around who still like it.
Without incorporation of a single-payer system, barrycare was set up to be a colossal failure from the get-go. That aspect was a crucial feature that would have put the squeeze on insurers. Instead, USA chose to let insurers continue to rip off users. Your bad and now you will suffer for it.
Thanks for the info... you obviously know a lot more than I do about cars. Is the 240z one of your favorite cars? I thought those things rusted quickly on exposure to air : )
Did CLF propose and shareholders authorize a buyback at the last annual meeting? If yes, then I agree CLF should be buying now. If they never proposed it then they fukked up.
You lost me on the 'shipping' cost... Are you referring to rail costs to get the coal from mine to shipping port? FOB means the miner pays to deliver the coal from the mine onto the ship and then the buyer pays for transporting it to their country. FOB is what I normally see listed on pricing.
@@@@Under the Incoterms 2010 standard published by the International Chamber of Commerce, FOB stands for "Free On Board", and is always used in conjunction with a port of loading. Indicating "FOB port" means that the seller pays for transportation of the goods to the port of shipment, plus loading costs. The buyer pays cost of marine freight transport, insurance, unloading, and transportation from the arrival port to the final destination. The passing of risks occurs when the goods are loaded on board at the port of shipment.
What is your timeframe and target profit to exit your CLF investment? Are you willing to hold for 3, 5 or 10 years to make 50%, 100%, 200% ROI?
Dude, GOOG and IBM are NOT non-events. ASML, a big semi-equipment maker, sees uncertainty ahead. SNDK did pretty good though, so maybe the tech sector is not completely doomed after all.
It's important to recognize that the runup in U prices back in late 2010 was largely due to expansion plans of BRIC nations. Although the Japan disaster a few months later had a serious impact on existing capacity in that country, China and other BRIC countries have continued with their expansion plans with revisions. A couple of plants in China are now nearing startup. More will follow.
@@@@@Start-up nearing for Chinese units 25 March 2014 A number of new nuclear power reactors in China are approaching start-up. The first unit at Yangjiang has completed full-power trial operation while hot tests have concluded at Fuqing 1. Two other units recently completed pressure tests on their containments.
You should really stop thinking so hard. Sit back, have a nice cold drink, and enjoy some soothing music. You do listen to music don't you?
I remember thinking that too when the Aztec first came out. Now many years later I find it is one of the better looking SUV's around. Way ahead of its time.
Looks like Carly Fiorina and Patricia Russo will soon be giving up their longstanding shared title of "Worst-Ever CEO" to this woman. Meg Whitman is looking more and more like a genius.
How about this news monkeys? You screech and fling all that poo at the wall (and it all is sticking so far) but when it comes to this brewing battle all I hear is silence....
Major shareholder Clarke has gained the backing of Takoda in its battle to oust S.TO Board of Directors.
@@@@@TORONTO, April 16, 2014 /CNW/ - In response to inquiries from investors and media, Takota Asset Management Inc. ("Takota") today released the following statement concerning the proxy battle between Sherritt International Corp. and the Concerned Shareholders of Sherritt, led by Clarke Inc.: Takota is, a significant shareholder of Sherritt, a fully independent Portfolio Manager, and not a party related to Clarke Inc. or any of the Concerned Shareholders. Takota and its predecessor company, Aquilon Capital Corp., have been long-term investors in Sherritt. We owned its common shares from 1998 to 2007 and have reacquired a substantial interest in 2009. We have done so because we firmly believe that Sherritt has excellent potential which should translate into a much higher share price.Takota is convinced that changes to the Sherritt Board are required and that the time for change is now. Takota will therefore vote in support of the Concerned Shareholders director nominees, Aswath Mehra, David Wood and George Armoyan, and withhold votes for the Sherritt nominees [Peter Gillin, Edythe Marcoux, and Bernard Michel].