Cramer clearly says that he is not only here to entertain you but to educate you. Screaming at the audience is part of the entertainment. There are many other things that should Make you embarrassed to be from NYC other than Cramer
BTW- Yankees S$ck!
$90 by years end
Moron...Nobody here likes the scammer Carson Block but death threats over the internet is not only beyond stupid it's a federal crime. Will you be going to visit your online bun-buddy while he is sitting in jail? of couse not
grow the F^^%$ up you juvenile delinquent
another FYI-...In the early 1990s, IBM was in trouble. It had become flabby and bureaucratic, was outgunned by younger, fitter rivals and was losing billions. Then, in 1993, new boss Louis Gerstner began to change what he described as an "inbred and ingrown" corporate culture by reversing the breakup of IBM into individual units, shutting projects such as OS/2 and tying staff salaries to company, not division, performance. In 1993 IBM was on Death Row; today it's worth $235 billion.
I wouldn't look at CVS or WAG for dividend income
There are tons of stocks out there paying 3% - 6% yields
The shorts have to pay the dividends on the shares that they borrow. That's a good thing...lol
I am not a short moron. I don't like shorts I think they should all fry but threating to kill a known person is beyond stupid...
Don't you get it???
As long as these idiots defend death threats I will keep posting about it
The Bank confirmed an announcement approving the plan of the European Commission and presented the key points
Alpha Bank: Restructuring with five-point plan
The full five-point plan for the restructuring of detail presented the Alpha Bank, with communication, which confirmed its approval of the plan by the European Commission. As emphasized, "the commission noted that the restructuring plan of Alpha Bank in line with the state aid rules and that the actions already implemented and those contained in the restructuring plan, create the conditions so that the Bank can fully recover to sustainable profitability. "
Moreover, Brussels note that the acquisition and merger of the Commercial Bank was considered to contribute positively to the sustainability of Alpha Bank, as it allows to achieve significant synergies.
"The plan provides for the continuation of operations restructuring and rationalization, which are already under way in the Bank." What are these effects? Among other things:
- The rationalization of operating expenses in Greece.
- Streamlining the cost of deposits in Greece.
- Further strengthen the balance sheet.
- The restriction of activities abroad.
- Strengthening the framework for monitoring and managing risks.
According to the bank, the full decision of the European Commission regarding the final approved version of the restructuring plan, not yet published (in the non-confidential version) and will be available on the website of the European Commission in the near future. "In any case, in accordance with its usual practice and applicable law, the Bank will proceed properly and promptly to communications on receipt of complete information."
I am looking at the bigger picture
Greek banks able to tap investors after stress tests
Alpha Bank making acquisitions
Tap n Pay NFC mobile payment service successful pilots
Quadrupling of Housing Loans by Next Year
Greek Banks getting less dependent on HFSF
Loan Growth (Credit expansion and loan quality )
Moody's Credit positive
Hedge Funds buying
Analyst upgrades are all setting up for a huge run in the stock next couple of years
Wednesday, reiterating its "outperform" rating.
The analyst firm also raised its EPS estimates for the drug store operator through 2015. The company's PBM business can continue to drive growth according to Leerink analysts.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
and Blind bashers who have a long history of losing always come up with lame topics
"WAG and CVS are equally volatile"
But you can set a clock to WAGs volatility once a month every month . Daytraders love knowing when the stock is going to be volatile
You must be a daytrader ?
June 6th, 2014 - 0 comments - Filed Under - by Hanz Christensen
Susquehanna hoisted their price target on shares of CVS Caremark (from $85.00 to $90.00 in a report released on Friday. The firm currently has a “positive” rating on the stock. Susquehanna’s price target indicates a potential upside of 14.47% from the stock’s previous close.