The entire thing sounds like a big shell game. Take money from one part of the company, move it to another part, pick up some 'cash' along the way. Enron was able to keep things going for a while, up until the point that they had no more tricks up their sleeve and the entire big LIE came crashing down.
Good explanations. I will probably hold on as I see short term problems here but really don't see CLF going BK.
Is this company going to survive? I bought some bonds when they were around $700, now staring at a large paper loss and wondering if I should hang on?
I bought in last week after the Lockheed deal only to find myself down a quick $1,400 in no time.
More than happy to sell at a break even today!!!
That's a line from "Money Train", old Wesley Snipes/ Woody Harrelson movie. And nothing stops this stock, it is the surest thing on the board. The Best.
You don't know me at all and you would be wrong on that point. I don't like expensive jewelry. I'd probably give it away myself.
Yeah it does a few other things as well. But I'm telling you right now, this is NOT another winner for Apple, it's not an I-Pod or an I-Phone. Strong sell. Stock goes back to $100 before you can say Steve Jobs three times fast
Can't take your things with you, buddy. When your time is up in life, it's up, and it doesn't matter how many expensive pieces of jewelry you own. And I'll put my IQ up against yours, any day of the week. Jerk.
Just can't imagine people will pay this much for a watch, no matter how 'cool' it is. Love my I-Pod -- for $220 or whatever it was that I paid for it. But spending big dollars on a watch -- NEVER
Looking mighty cheap here.
Yep, called that one right. $77 a share when I wrote this, $92 today. Great company but I am wondering how much further it has to run.
If it was 1943, would you name your company #$%$ Pharmaceuticals? Think about it.
Are you kidding me? ISIS ? Time for a change, folks. Cut back your vacation time and figure it out!!!