Please explain how this could have been posted on the LCC board earlier today...
derbyxbtuck • 13 hours ago Flag
+$60K, Need tips from the pros
I've been trading LUV very successfully, but I'm looking for a good research site to get stock picks from. I've made a lot of money (over $60k) from UA (underground stock alerts) google them - looking for more solid research sites to add to my trading arsenal. please leave your recommendations below along with a review, i think this will be beneficial to all traders here on the board. thanks and good luck to all!
You have been reported to yahoo as a spammer on both the TXn and LUV boards.
Please explain how this was posted on the TXN board earlier today -SPAMMER...
benncjmoebus • 3 hours ago Flag
+$60K, Need tips from the pros
| I've been trading TXN very successfully, but I'm looking for a good research site to get stock picks from. I've made a lot of money (over $60k) from UA (underground stock alerts) google them - looking for more solid research sites to add to my trading arsenal. please leave your recommendations below along with a review, i think this will be beneficial to all traders here on the board. thanks and good luck to all! Less
You have been reported to Yahoo as a spammer on both the LUV and TXN boards
KMI is even for the day.
There is a limit to the number of times one can falsely scream "wolf", or "fire" in a crowded theater, before people stop listening to you.
No, but it appears to be egg on yours since TXN hit yet another 12 year high today - for about the tenth time this year.
Try again, Mr. Einstein.
Now burd, don't get upset, but Yahoo proved that you post worthless k.r.a.p., by deleting your other 13 id's -- didn't it?
Hey dopey burd, I'll tell you about my condo if you tell me about that decrepit single wide in Arkansas that you call home.
This from our dopey burd who has at least 14 other ids -- almost all of which have been revoked by Yahoo because burd has been an a.s.$ on the board for years...
If you bought virtually any tech stock in 1999/2000 you wouldn't feel so good about your "hold it forever" strategy. Many notable tech leaders - TXN, INTC, MSFT EMC are still down 50+% from 2000.
What I have watched and earned over a decade of being on the yahoo boards, it is that anyone who says "watch and learn" is a fraud.
BURD -- you've got YET ANOTHER new id -- how do you keep track of them all??
Oh, thats right, you don't have to because Yahoo keeps deleting them...
You do know that UAL is still flying 97% of it's pre merger UAL/CAL flights, and has a written agreement with the city of Cleveland that it will fly no less than 67% of pre merger flights thru 2015 -- don't you???
And they fly to all of your "vacation get away cities."
Cleveland's no better than DEN.
I always evaluate what the legitimacy of people by evaluating what they have said in the past vs. what actually happened.
What happened to your April PZG trade???
You do understand that the person is a mediator and not an arbitrator. He decides ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. DOJ and the airlines will decide if they have a deal -- not the mediator.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (TheStreet) -- In a prominently displayed ad that ran this week in several venues, four labor unions backed the merger of US Airways (LCC_) and American (AAMRQ), which have taken the approach that displays of public support will help their case.
The ad ran in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Politico and elsewhere, and while it showcases labor support it also draws attention to the absence of two key unions from the public relations campaign, which is aimed at mustering political opposition to the Justice Department's lawsuit opposing the merger. In the Wednesday edition of Times, the ad took up two full adjoining pages.
One missing union is the International Association of Machinists, the largest union at US Airways, where it represents both fleet service workers and mechanics, about 9,300 of the 33,300 workers at the carrier. The IAM has been clear about its rationale: Negotiations over its contracts with the airline have dragged on for years.
Also missing is the U.S. Airline Pilots Association, which represents US Airways pilots. The pilots would be major beneficiaries of a merger because their two contracts are both among the worst in the airline industry. Two airlines, America West and US Airways, merged into the existing US Airways in 2005, but a seniority dispute has enabled the airline to defer signing a new joint contract.
That has left pilots in a complicated position, in which they would welcome a new contract but are not pleased with their treatment by the US Airways management team, which would head the new American. Many US Airways pilots believe that American unions back the team because they lack familiarity with it and because the grass is always greener elsewhere.
Now why would two of LLC's most important unions not be actively supporting the merger???