I think Obama hates Putin and Russia just like you do. Mrs. Merkel .on the other hand sees a glimmer of hope in Russia. I don;t pretend to know who is right. That said I think you're right... Obama is much more shallow than he would have people believe and as you stated he is simply trying to garner votes for his party in the next election. Your pal Jeb would be a fitting if disappointing successor to continue the heritage of the dumbazz Bush dynasty. I'd put him on par with the likes of Mr. Steven Harper who governs Canada, if not worse. The public gets what they deserve I suppose.
What a truly sad day it would be if someone won such a prestigious award simply for not being an ignoramus like w. That said, I don't believe that is why He won it. I suspect there was an ulterior motive (dare I say conspiracy) to award him the prize, since there is absolutely no doubt in my mind that the committee was not lacking in much more suitable candidates for the prize.
If you succeed in making that Q appear I will congratulate you on a job well done, but until that time you are just another silly Loony making meaningless prognostications. Go play with your alien buddies and their shiny DUD gold-plated weapons you freak.The God loves you.
I'm not that old, but I do know it was one fukkked up time. And to use Obama's claim to fame... It's Time For Change. When he was elected he seemed to be The Man who could deliver that change but I grew doubtful of that Claim To Fame when he won a Nobel Peace Prize for doing exactly ZERO to prove he deserved it. Now it's the 9th inning and he has to step up to the plate and hit a home run or else it's GAME OVER.
Did Obama indirectly throw Russia an olive branch with his move to re-establish relations with Cuba? Or was that rather a a branch thrown at Putin's bike wheel? Maybe Obama is worthy of that Nobel Peace prize after all... somehow I doubt it.
Cake? I'd say this puppy is more like a Mud Pie at this point. But if the Magician is reeallllyy good maybe he can Pull a Putin Out of the Hat.
I would propose that Pakistanis are the ones who have truly lost the war on terror, not 1st world citizens who don't get to see a movie on its target release date because of a veiled threat. The killing of 141 school children by Taliban is a hard fact that is far more deserving of our attention.
Really? The takeaway here is that the CEO and direectors can go to Disneyland with their kids now?? Wow. I have an idea for ya you #$%$ dikks.... Forget Disneyland and go to Cuba instead... ya know, go see the mines and processing plants and oil rigs and talk to the managers that run them! That's what shareholders pay you to do, NOT go to #$%$ Disneyland
@@@@@Moves by the U.S. to normalize relations with Cuba raise the prospect of lower costs for Sherritt International Corp. (S)’s nickel and energy operations on the island. It may also mean fewer travel restrictions for its directors. “That would certainly be desirable,” Chief Executive Officer David Pathe said today in an interview. Pathe is among several people at Toronto-based Sherritt barred from entering the U.S. under the 1996 Helms-Burton Act, which hardened trade sanctions against Cuba. President Barack Obama today announced measures to loosen trade and travel restrictions and said he will work with Congress to lift the full embargo. While a timeline for such a move is as yet unclear, it would allow Sherritt to buy American mining equipment, sell nickel and cobalt in the U.S. and access more investment there, Pathe said. The travel curbs don’t affect Sherritt’s operations but they do have a personal impact on some people at the company because they can apply to spouses and children, he said. “It means you’re not taking your kids to Disney World for March break,” Pathe said by phone. “It’s an inconvenience.”
Sorry beachball, I had to put you on ignore a while ago... the cheerleading was just getting excessive,. If or when I see some REAL sales news come out of this company II'll give it a second look. Until then I say it belongs in the dumpster for obvious reason...
He hasn't delivered for several quarters now... still waiting for a sales contract to be announced instead of just promotional news and case studies. Needless to say I am not impressed. I think DATA and SPLK will succeed and DWCH will fail. DataWatch? More like DataDump.
Correction... never said I didn't buy and sell it. But I didn't daytrade it since that was never my objective with MTL. You the appl guy sure gave the impression that was your intent with OGZPY but you both lack the conviction.
I never said I buy and sell it t fool. I don't daytrade. I bought and sold partial positions in MTL probably a dozen times over that period. I've done the same with NILSY and that stock has made Russia a very profitable venture for me despite the poor results with MTL.
You know nothing about what conviction means. You simply go into a stupid panic mode based on what I read here the last few days. Screw u.
I have told you repeatedly that I have lost nothing on MTL over a period of 7 years, and you continue to speculate otherwise. I don't care what kind of trader you are... Keep on analyzing this to death for all I care... trade it too. That does not change fact that you have weak conviction or poor judgement.
Amazing... you and that aapl guy analyze this to death, go long with w multi-year holding timeframe, knowing fully well the risks of investing in Russia, then when a short term bump in the road (aka oil price crash) appears you lose all conviction and are ready to pull the plug. Unreal.
SHPG is on the prowl again.... and certainly not looking to buy a DUD. NPSP is the sitting duck this time.
I've held SHPG for many years. Typically they offer ~50% premium over the price of the stock before news breaks out on a potential acquisition (see VPHM offer that was their latest purchase). So I'd give this a $45 target based on this historical perspective. Obviously if they choose to wait util after the FDA decision, then the takeout could be significantly higher or even no offer at all. Personally, I think SHPG will make an offer before the FDA ruling.
@@@@The purchase price of $50 a share is a 27% premium to ViroPharma's closing share price on Friday and a 64% premium to the price in September before speculation of a deal emerged.
How convenient... shut down trading in RUB-USD at the most opportune moment for those who want to go long.
@@@@@The volatility is proving too much for some brokers. New York-based FXCM Inc., the third-largest currency broker for retail clients, will stop offering the ruble versus the dollar and begin closing its customers’ trades while Alpari UK stopped clients from taking new positions. Bloomberg Tradebook, a unit of Bloomberg LP, has also halted all trading in the ruble, a spokeswoman said.