commodity markets are priced at the margins. it matters and is definitely bearish given that prices reflect shortages.
agree with gatr. forget it. hydrogen no workee.
as for electricity generation, you hit on it. nuclear is the answer for baseload power (replacing coal). gas can cycle and ct's for peaking. wind will play a part but it isn't there when you need it so it has limitations.
wow, you're gullible. this was a hoax. clinton 182? lol. kennedy was tested at 119, not 174.
fwiw, it was probably a little much to expect a clean breakout that continued unabated on no news in the absence of a rip roaring market.
the downgrade gave sellers a good reason to sell now. the stock is fine right now and will more than likely continue it's upward path.
if the market were being heavily distributed, it would be different........
anything "destroying" a company's reputation would show up in the stock price.
hmmm....let me check....near all time highs.
ha! no connection to the band.
it's just a reference to the more obscure meaning........a bunch of know-it-alls sitting around "stroking" each other's ego by all saying how smart they are, etc....(like political roundtables or stock commentators or people posting on these boards, etc.)
yeah i agree with all that.
flip a coin for the short term move i think.
but, technically this stock is in a much better position than the vast majority of techs out there. it's near all time highs, above the 50 and 200 dma, and really hasn't shown much distribution recently.
the market was oversold and has bounced back. SYMC was not oversold and is just consolidating.
symc was moving up while the market was going down. now it's standing still while the market moves back up.
volatility is contracting so expect a decent move in the future as volatility reverts back to the mean...