they are released in his Charitable Trust Fund , and you must be a member to get his alerts , which I am proud to say I am !
LOL , I just went with my gut , you see facebook everywhere on tv , I also bought a little bit of twtr and it has not performed well for me so far, but it is a small position.
I have owned Facebook since 26 bucks , and will hold as long as they keep earnings strong I hope to be set up nice in my later years. This long term investment will be easy on my taxes too!
I love Jim , so does my checkbook , I have never bought the first share of RDS-A , but I am getting interested at these levels . When I look at his stocks and he is 40% down , I know I am fixing to buy at very good entry level , but COP is getting near 52 week lows also.
not sure about him , but I have ,do not let pride get in the way or just be glad you had a profit and move on.
Scottrade will let you buy or sell pre market and I suggest you sell and quick , this company is in serious trouble and most likely will go bankrupt, its a no brainer,also jail is probally in some of their furture.
So at what price would you sell your shares Scott or is this a stock you will leave your children or grandchildren ?
I own both stocks TWTR and FB , My FB position is much larger , but I think there is room for both companies , and both will make me some money , TWTR will be bought by a third party . Just my 2 cents worth .
if you did any homework , people invested and committing on AIG expected 85 Cents and buy back shares , they hit on all cylinders, only advice I can give you is
I have 2 friends in the window business both pay for windows with AXP card and both make millions in that business and neither shop at Costco.
I am a member of Costco and you either pay with a debit card or AXP at this time, and I pay with my debit card as do a lot of other customers(I see while waiting in line ) and by the way I do not own an AXP credit card but did buy the stock this morning its a no brainer !
I started my new position just a second ago, will add on the dips , this thing does not deserve this severe of a hair cut , long and strong
analyst that covers AIG stated street looking for 1.05 ,but he was looking for .85 and was hoping they would announce a buy back , which they did , so it all good folks. I thought .95 was great.