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elstockjock 10 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 9, 2016 1:05 PM Member since: Jul 14, 2000
  • elstockjock elstockjock Mar 9, 2016 1:05 PM Flag

    Yea, big breakout to the downside.

  • Reply to

    Nice seeing the games being played

    by basehit123 Feb 25, 2016 3:48 PM
    elstockjock elstockjock Mar 7, 2016 3:43 PM Flag

    Needs to get back to 40$ with that rs just for some to break even.

  • elstockjock by elstockjock Mar 4, 2016 3:56 PM Flag

    Don't sell now.
    Every dip is quickly snapped up.
    Looks like 7-8 is in the cards.

  • elstockjock by elstockjock Mar 4, 2016 12:34 PM Flag

    JF's plan is for sdrl to issue new shares of A class stock with special rights of voting worth 5 of current B class shares.
    That's how this scam artist will take over the company and leave you penniless.

  • Reply to

    Where IS That Guy?

    by brunoq_78242 Mar 2, 2016 4:23 PM
    elstockjock elstockjock Mar 3, 2016 3:30 PM Flag

    Every board has one.

  • CAT mgnt. and engineering are next.

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    We are in the grip of what has been called the worst drug epidemic in U.S. history, with heroin and prescription opioid overdoses killing more than 27,000 Americans each year.

    Why are so many people Chasing Heroin — and what's being done about it?

    Tonight, FRONTLINE's two-hour special tells the raw stories of addicts, investigates the roots of the crisis and the shifting landscape of the country's war on drugs, and examines what happens when addiction is treated as a public health issue, not a crime.

    Yahoo! TV calls Chasing Heroin "painfully important," The Globe and Mail describes it as "searing," and the Buffalo News says the documentary is "compelling and heartbreaking ... must-see TV."


    We are in the grip of what has been called the worst drug epidemic in U.S. history, with heroin and prescription opioid overdoses killing more than 27,000 Americans each year.

    Why are so many people Chasing Heroin — and what's being done about it?

    Tonight, FRONTLINE's two-hour special tells the raw stories of addicts, investigates the roots of the crisis and the shifting landscape of the country's war on drugs, and examines what happens when addiction is treated as a public health issue, not a crime.

    Yahoo! TV calls Chasing Heroin "painfully important," The Globe and Mail describes it as "searing," and the Buffalo News says the documentary is "compelling and heartbreaking ... must-see TV."


    We are in the grip of what has been called the worst drug epidemic in U.S. history, with heroin and prescription opioid overdoses killing more than 27,000 Americans each year.

    Why are so many people Chasing Heroin — and what's being done about it?

    Tonight, FRONTLINE's two-hour special tells the raw stories of addicts, investigates the roots of the crisis and the shifting landscape of the country's war on drugs, and examines what happens when addiction is treated as a public health issue, not a crime.

    Yahoo! TV calls Chasing Heroin "painfully important," The Globe and Mail describes it as "searing," and the Buffalo News says the documentary is "compelling and heartbreaking ... must-see TV."


    We are in the grip of what has been called the worst drug epidemic in U.S. history, with heroin and prescription opioid overdoses killing more than 27,000 Americans each year.

    Why are so many people Chasing Heroin — and what's being done about it?

    Tonight, FRONTLINE's two-hour special tells the raw stories of addicts, investigates the roots of the crisis and the shifting landscape of the country's war on drugs, and examines what happens when addiction is treated as a public health issue, not a crime.

    Yahoo! TV calls Chasing Heroin "painfully important," The Globe and Mail describes it as "searing," and the Buffalo News says the documentary is "compelling and heartbreaking ... must-see TV."

    We are in the grip of what has been called the worst drug epidemic in U.S. history, with heroin and prescription opioid overdoses killing more than 27,000 Americans each year.

    Why are so many people Chasing Heroin — and what's being done about it?

    Tonight, FRONTLINE's two-hour special tells the raw stories of addicts, investigates the roots of the crisis and the shifting landscape of the country's war on drugs, and examines what happens when addiction is treated as a public health issue, not a crime.

  • Reply to

    when is the dividend cut.....

    by ksrmason Feb 10, 2016 9:55 PM
    elstockjock elstockjock Feb 11, 2016 3:18 AM Flag

    Will definitely happen when the Donald or Bernie take over.
    Can't wait to see what CAT does when the Donald tells CAT they have to return all those thousands of American jobs.

  • Reply to

    What do JF and Donald T have in common ?

    by elstockjock Feb 5, 2016 3:50 PM
    elstockjock elstockjock Feb 5, 2016 4:55 PM Flag

    Donald Trump is rich. Really, really rich. And you’re not.

    And there’s a very simple reason.

    No, it’s not because he works harder than you. It’s not because he’s smarter, tougher or better informed either.

    It’s not because he has mastered “the art of the deal.” It’s not because he dreams bigger than you. It’s not because he’s a “winner” and you’re a “loser.” It’s not even that he had a rich daddy, and you didn’t (although that helps).

    Donald Trump is rich, and you’re not, because he knows one of the biggest secrets to making a fortune, and you don’t.

    The secret?

    Other people’s money.

    The fastest and surest way to make money these days is by getting your hands on other people’s money — and then putting it to work for you.

    You don’t need to build Trump Plaza to live high on other people’s money. Just keep piling up the credit card debt.
    It’s really that simple.

    Trump borrowed billions from bankers and used the money to put up buildings like Trump Tower and open casinos like the Taj Mahal. In his books, Trump says that by the early 1990s he owed more than $9 billion.

    When things turned sour, his companies filed for bankruptcy — twice. The lenders had to eat the losses.

    Too bad. What a bunch of losers!

    He then raised more money from bankers, bondholders and even stockholders along the way. On two more occasions his companies filed for bankruptcy. Lenders and investors got hosed.

    “Out of hundreds of deals & transactions, I have used the bankruptcy laws a few times to make deals better,” he has said on Twitter. “Nothing personal, just business. … It’s a very effective & commonly used business tool.”

    No kidding.

  • Going to college? Don’t be a sucker and take out a student loan. Thanks to U.S. laws, those student loans will haunt you for years. Instead, put it on a credit card — then file for bankruptcy!

    Credit card debt is wiped out in bankruptcy. So long as the banks can’t actually prove outright fraud — and they rarely can — you can walk away free and clear.

    I weep when I think of all those kids working summer jobs and saving money for college. If you want to be a winner, the reason to work a summer job is to generate income so you can start getting credit cards!

    Paying rent on a home? Don’t be a loser. Buy a home with as little down as possible. If real estate prices go up, you get the upside. But if they collapse, just walk away and send the bank the keys.

    Half of U.S. states actually have “non recourse” laws so banks cannot even legally come after you for the difference. In the other half, they’ll only do so if you have a lot of money. It’s criminal how many hard-working stiffs kept on paying their mortgages honorably in the housing slump instead of walking away.

    What a bunch of “losers.”

    You don’t need to build Trump Plaza to live high on other people’s money. Just keep piling up the credit card debt.

    And the fun doesn’t stop there. U.S. banks are really, really stupid. Greedy, but stupid. They send out credit cards based on “algorithms” that have nothing to do with whether you’re going to pay them back. All they care about is that you’re punctual about paying the monthly minimum. If you have lots of credit lines, and you’ve been borrowing money for years, they like you even more.

    You don’t need to build Trump Plaza to live high on other people’s money. Just keep piling up the credit card debt. Roll the debt from one card to another. Just keep paying the monthly minimum on time and the banks will keep on lending.

    Cha-ching!

    Even better: You can actually save money while borrowing, and put other people’s money to work. When you file for bankruptcy, your 401(k) and IRAs are sheltered from your creditors. They can’t be touched! (Nor, for that matter, can anything that the courts don’t know about! How about that gold bullion!)

    Depending on the state in which you live, there are other ways to shelter your money too. In Florida and Texas, you can keep your primary residence. What a deal: You can have a $20 million home and $50,000 in credit card debt, and the banks can’t touch your home. In other states, you can shelter things like life insurance policies, a valuable “family shotgun” and a “family Bible,” even if it’s an original Gutenberg.

    Borrow $20,000 a year and invest it in the stock market, and by the time you’re old, you’ll probably have about $10 million. So long as you do it right, you can wipe out the debt and keep the investments.

    Worried about living costs in retirement? Be a “winner” and make sure you die $500,000 in debt, too. What are the banks going to do, dig up your body and sue you?

    Other people’s money. It’s the difference between the schmucks and the honchos, the “losers” and the “winners.”

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