I would call Churchill a cancer on the racing industry, but i wouldn't want to insult cancer. Chickens come home to the cesspool, prevarication suite roost where bs rules and reality bites--slowly but surely.
Bernie he is a smart guy but he's on the DL; therefore his smarts lean more to how the turn the lights out in an underground London bathhouse (ala Joe Orton) than they do towards Hitler or Mao.
On the plus side, he is well spoken and does, I hear, give a very nice prostate massage.
Bill O'Neil of IBD fame had a real thing for a beaten down stock that bounces off low on a cruddy day for the market. The springboard off of 260 interday here is very notable IMO.
Welcome to corporate America. Stock plays like this are for the pathetic sheep. We know who gets the money.
Far more likely they buy assets after bk. You buy now it's tough to take just the assets not the liabilities. Not true later on. This co. is toast.
You sound like Joseph Goebbels, corporate boy. Mimicing the official line of your handlers.
Racehorse owner, kabuki grill horndog and Iron Chef champ rumored to have assisted Caitlyn Bruce Jenner's surgeon while whistling the theme from Gone in 60 Seconds. Later served with flava beans on Santa Monica Blvd.
I think the surgeon who lopped it off should have been up for an award, "most grace under fire" or the like.
A 66 year old man's incessant, decades-long, pathetic quest for attention does not in mind qualify for a "courage" award even if he/she is now achieving multiple O's.
Yuck now offering a free anabolic steroid "burrito" with every 2 buck chuck place bet. Truly the mascot of the lower middle class.
You have to read Jesse Livermore's book. The key to playing the market is to know when you are right but respecting when they are right (or in control). In this case you've made a fundamental error by confusing the two. It's a rookie error but it indicates you have analytical ability and can stand out from the crowd.
Live and learn. We' all been there.
Oh, Renault? Renault? Phhoukk I just laughed so hard I almost lost a tooth. Keep it up, this is good stuff.
Reality stares you in the face and this is all you can come up with? Charging stations? Like THEY are going to drive the number of cars instead of vice versa?
Serious question: do you play the market with real money? Good Lord.
Last corporate checked it was still open. Maybe he should "check" again:
Arlington officials also indicated that $300,000 in state funding remains ‘in limbo’ because of a legislative stalemate, and handle is down 18% from last year. Arlington general manager Tony Petrillo said that those factors, in addition to the fact that fewer horses are shipping up from Kentucky at the end of Churchill’s meet are are “trends that will lead us to the some type of extinction” if something isn’t done.
"Last I checked, AP was still open."
And soon you can scratch this assertion off your list too. A great racetrack destroyed and it only took your esteemed, sophisticated, honest management team a few years to do it!
Now go and wipe your sphincter clean while we hold our noses. Done? THAT'S a good little corporate boy.
Maybe Barry and Siegel can reunite and show Arlington races from the 80s on a video terminal like they use to do in Vegas with the Q horses. All Team Valor hosses are 2 to 1--with a 3-1 chance of winning. Bruta!
I don't disagree at all. The question is whether it will be a straight line down to there. A long, long history of stock fluctuations suggests otherwise.