Yes, the day of the Witch riding a broom in the Stock Traders Almanac is certainly noteworthy.
And adding in Jane W.
In the wayback machine, the theme of the day was: "Save water, shower with a friend."
Perhaps if CA folks only washed their rides once per month, the water issue would become a non issue.
CNBC is just doing a drama dump. I see sprinklers running every day, here in Los Angeles.
Yes, it is. And shorts are few, except in certain houses, and when the mineshaft to China appears in a backyard, a few will make huge gains, and the rest will be shafted; so to speak.
and the market leapfrogs, and nothing has changed. But that $213 and change print has been dog earred for months, and May is only about a week away.
Pretty much, to date, maybe 3 of the millions who raped the public, in public, are in jail ? Bernie Madoff is kinda interesting, and I will see if I can make arrangements to have him welcome me as a guest to his cell. I know, as do most of you, that he isn't sleepin' in a 6x6, with a lidless stainless steel crapper, His bunk might be pest free, altho head lice and scabies are rampant in such closed quarters. Crab lice are usually traced from donar to donar, and rarely documented.
Let's Review: Ballpark Five, and count 'em five (5) years later media recycles the spin machine? Same story, different day. The August Tell is notable.
We've had this discussion on the SPY board, and I deleted my comments because...
I don't ever want to have the death of another person at my feet.
When a person has full responsibility for anything, they are the one who makes the call. We are human, and sometimes fumble. If you did, would you own up to it?
Chipotle has a good product. And there doesn't seem to be one in the 2 miles I walk one direction, and the ballpark 3 miles I walk the other, several times per week. There are local eateries that may have as good, or better eats for the same price point, and when I pass by one Mexican food place, they have customers, and folks appear to be pleased with their meal. I rarely go out for a meal, as I can make tasty meals at home, and we who are unemployed don't usually have money for going out to restaurants, and tipping, tax, the whole ball of wax.
Doesn't she have another book being published soon? And the old school way of slingin' the mud, and looking like a hero/heroine is much overused.
I can smell the recycle bin from here. Why even bother to have a 2 party system? Elizabeth Warren is also a Dem, but a fresher face, but she has disputed her possible candidacy. Did ya notice how quickly Rand Paul isn't in the media machine, as a Repub candidate? And now a pale ale of the Bush family is givin' it a go. That old adage about third time being a charm isn't always good advice; the war machine is in need of a baton toss.
I looked it up on Yahoo. These number are incredible.
52-Week High (Apr 21, 2015)3: 21.75
52-Week Low (Jan 2, 2015)3: 0.63
I'm old enough to recall when student loan debt, consumer loan debt, credit card debt, and auto loan debt, etc., were all tax deductible. Some HELOCs may be now. I see another spin of the machine in the not too distance future. If folks can hock their residential RE to the max, cars and retail sales should be brisk, and the DOW to that 21,600k that I mentioned, months ago.
Land is a most highly valued commodity; especially when all mineral, oil, riparian, subsurface water rights, etc., are all inclusive in the turn of the deed.
I take a dim view when my well composed, factual, and articulated statements are destructed, before I completed a factual sentence, and stated the obvious.
Just a couple bites away from my noodles and whatever else I have in the mix. A spoon didn't get the job done, and now I have to rise up from the sofa and retrieve a fork from the kitchen. I'm so lazy, I have you bamboozled.
Somehow, my full question of: "How much Greek debt does China hold?" simply didn't post.
I really don't know, but some is a logical answer, as Greece has some very nice real estate, and other assets that lenders will choose to take in lieu of payment on a debt.
Don't you think for a minute that the same thing can't happen here in the USA. We are hocked to the hairline, and I'm not talkin' about any bikini line during this upcoming swimsuit season.
debt does China hold? I don't know, but FWIW; a few warships rollin' in to occupy those very scenic Greek Islands, would get the Germans, the EU, and the IMF payin' the stepbrothers' debts, and living expenses. Tossing Russia into the mix puts another hand into the chess game, and then the hour of power becomes a fascinating diversion of a sideshow.
It's all good, until it isn't. And most folks don't have a Sell price per share preset, when they buy any financial instrument.