Very true....very true!! All this work being done are nothing more than a 'dog and pony' show. '...the financials for this company are beyond dreadful...' You can say that again, and no amount of dogs or ponies can change that figure.
'... Who was right, and who is discredited?'
And, you expect someone that 2-3 years ago stayed long to figure this out? LOL
Don’t be fooled by the calm before the storm.
The U.S. petrodollar – which has been the de facto global reserve currency for more than 40 years – is truly in decline, even as the financial terminology labels it as “strong.”
And it is largely due to historically unprecedented intervention by the Federal Reserve. Newsmax’s Ashish Advani writes:
U.S. corporations have already announced weak earnings due to the strong dollar and have issued earnings warnings. Second-quarter results will be worse than first-quarter results are. The stock market surge upward seems to have halted with large swings, and after three months, the stocks are nearly flat compared with start of the year. Yet the dollar shows no signs of abatement.
Saddam and Kadafi were trying to undersell Exxon, BP and Shell with cheaper oil. The boyz in the backroom decided they must go. It's simple. %(&^ with the bankers who back oil, and it's the last time you'll *$%^& anyone. Only this time the USD and oil is looking at a 'double barell' in the form of major players in Russia and Iran. Times they are a changing sang Bob Dylan.
Bank officials in Iran said on Sunday that a mechanism to transfer money to the country’s banks from Russia is now on stream.
Gholam-Reza Panahi, the deputy governor for currency affairs of Bank Melli of Iran (BMI), said the mechanism enables Iranian exporters to transfer payments in rubles from their Russian clients to Iran through the Moscow-based Mir Business Bank.
Panahi said BMI is ready to support Iranian exporters to receive the ruble payments of their Russian clients through Mir Business Bank, IRNA reported.
He said Iranian exporters can even choose the same bank for opening letters of credit.
Both countries are subject to a series of draconian US-engineered sanctions. They had already announced plans to ditch the US dollar and trade in their own currencies.
The US and the European Union have imposed an array of embargoes on Russian individuals and businesses over the crisis in Ukraine. They accuse Moscow of supporting anti-Kiev protesters in eastern and southern Ukraine. Russia denies the allegation.
The US and its European allies have also imposed sanctions against Iran over Tehran’s civilian nuclear activities.
Don't waste your time trying to turn an #$%$ into a thoroughbred horse.
I admire your knowledge of American-English, and that you also speak three other languages. Well done!
The story goes something like this. Back in 2009 Russia’s state-owned atomic agency, Rosatom, bought a 17% stake in Canada’s Uranium One. The Canadian company, for those unfamiliar, is responsible for roughly 20% of America’s uranium ore mining. Then in 2010, the Russian company decided it wanted to own a controlling stake in Uranium One, or 51% of the company. As strange as this might sound, all the Russians needed to complete the deal was approval from a special committee that Hillary Clinton held sway over at the time. It’s important to note here that Uranium One owned uranium mines in the U.S. and Russia’s neighbor Kazakhstan.
Here’s where the story gets interesting. Investors in Uranium One gave money to the Clinton Foundation starting back in 2005 through 2011. During this time Bill Clinton was paid $500,000 to speak in Russia by an investment bank with ties to Russia’s government that had a buy rating on Uranium One stock – but the story gets richer. In January of 2013 Rosatom acquired 100% of Uranium One. At this point Russia took ownership of one-fifth of America’s strategic uranium reserves. With Hillary Clinton having compared Vladimir Putin to Hitler some months ago over the Crimea situation, that epithet takes on a whole new complexion today.
As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton was required to disclose all of her family’s foundation’s contributors before she took the oath of office. Unfortunately for her campaign today, the Clintons did not disclose millions of dollars donated by the chairman of Uranium One while the review of the deal was ongoing. That is the da*mning picture the report from Mike McIntire and Jo Becker at The New York Times paints.
All you pumpers mention 'progress'......but fail to explain, or describe it. Where's the BEEF ???
I keep saying you are an open-minded individual that uses the mind to think. Yes, Fukushima is killing the Pacific, Obama is destroying the country, Hillary has an obsession with the WH, Putin has become the world's leading peace-loving politician, Nutty-Yahoo is isolating Israel from the world, while Nero fiddles to America's brain-washed crowd watching sports and other nonsensical subjects on TV.
Scotty, beam me up as well ! .
The Lord gave everyone an A*zz. With you He made an exception. He gave you two; one to sit on, and the other to think on why you don't get rid of TRX certs.