LOL! The female gender vehicle preference is Toyota and Honda, by far! She will never lure the female driving population to purchase a shoddy GM product!
Barry is not a good choice for the GM CEO position! But will be a plus for other vehicle manufactures as GM will falter under her leadership! Mari Bartaroma, now with Fox Business News or her replacement at CNBC Kelly Evans would be better choices! Why? Because both have greater knowledge of how the business world functions. Of the two, Kelly would be the better choice due to her academic background!
Do you listen to current business comments? There is much not to like! Al Gore (the now go green ex v.p.) recently stated "the next bubble to burst is carbon assets (coal, nat gas, oil, etc.) which amounts to 7 trillion dollars in holdings by companies, TCK being one of them, who engage in this type of business." Why? Because solar, wind, water, and green technology will dramatically decrease the demand for carbon assets.
obama is an inept idiot! he is nothing more than a professional liar! My health insurance premium has more than doubled. Additionally, the co-pay and co-insurance has increased significantly! Obama Care was designed to force those who can afford higher premiums pay for the pool of Medicaid undesirables who cannot!
Once the Dec. 20th ESV dividend is posted to my trading account I selling all my shares because regardless of how much good financial news ESV reports its share price just continues to the languish the market. And I expect the same for 2014!
Al Gore said " carbon asset having an estimated value of $7 trillion dollars will be next bubble to burst"! Therefore, when it happens involved companies (oil, oil service, gas, coal, etc.) will be severely impacted!
Al Gore (the go green former VP) recently stated that carbon assets (coal, oil, nat gas, etc. holdings) will be the next bubble to implode! Wiping out trillions of dollars in those assets and will have a detrimental affect on oil, nat gas, coal, oil services, drillers and exploration companies!
I concur with your wording! At least $100 per share is what EVS should be going for today!