This is a $130 stock! By the time they finish tying up with YouTube (Google) which will make uploading seamless and easy, the shorts will be running around with their hair on-fire.
Even some of the most popular YouTube channels can be incredibly boring. And the YouTubers are so stupid, they pitch watching a video of theirs from a YEAR AGO. Like it isn't bad enough that I'm watching their comatose dailiy activities from yesterday wasn't bad enough. No, these egomaniacs actually think their worthy of me watching an old Rerun of theirs....jeesh.
Gold should be $3200.00 an ounce, but right now Gold should be $800 or maybe that guy at CNBC is just another Doom and Gloomer.....
Throughout all time, multiply the price of a barrel of oil by 16 and that should equal the gold price. At $50 oil, the price of gold should be $50.00. What if oil goes to $30 a barrel? Not pretty at all.
Why do the airlines still keep that option around? It's a stunning example of what's wrong with the industry....slowness to change, profound apathy toward the well-being of their customers.
Nice returns offered on the Yield table and then you look underneath and there's some AA rated Puerto Rican debt that explains that nice yield. At least Schwab isn't letting the online Rubes buy-in without a nice talking-to from a bond trader. There's a little telephone where the trade button should be. That's a smart move Chuck, talk to them before they walk down the path to Puerto Rican oblivion.
They are HUNGRY to unload their copper mines. The Chinese smelterheads haven't been to the Yankee Scrapyards in weeks. They probably will never come back....their entire country will cry out in agony over their hubris.
That's what I'm thinking, instead of issuing the Native Alaskans their annual permits to slaughter a thousand whales, why not give each generational native Alaskan $1000 food cards to spend on something healthier than whale blubber.
With modern technology, the Natives up there have become very efficient killers of all species of whale and when you approach them about it, here's the kind of thing you get....
We Are Alaskan Natives We Have Been Living In Alaska From Generation To Generation.We Pass Our Hunting Traditions From The Oldest Generations To Younger Generations So That Is Our Way Of Providing FOOD For Our Families.So Neither Of You Have No Way Of Telling Us How To Feed Our Families.We Don't Just Live Off Of Store Bought Food But We Also Gather Our Own Food Which Our Land And Ocean WILL ALWAYS Provide For Us.
Well, for what its worth, Beluga Whales are on the endangered species list. The Alaskans have been hunting them like crazy for hundreds of years before they went on the list in 1999. I am glad Sea World is trying to breed them. Siberian Russians have been known to enter American waters to hunt them.....Putin told them to.
I saw that blurb from Raymond James....it's a psychotic speculation. I have watched countless YouTube GoPro content and absolutely none of it is worth paying for. Most of the time, it's just watching some stranger's home movies, as if watching my own weren't bad enough....sheesh.
It's all upside-down, Puerto Rico wants a 70% haircut on it's debt now. I want to go into debt now, it's free money.
There's a reason squares and cubes aren't really used in the consumer world. GoPro will find that out soon enough.
How about some splashy tittles.....Free Willy, Kill Willy?,
I've heard anecdotally that there is a total disconnect between Disney park management and the line employees (grunts) actually doing the work at the parks. That someone off the street has an identical chance of getting an entry-level management position as someone who has worked at the park for years. Disney is ruthless and awful to it's workers. Draconian is a good word to describe the magic kingdom. The real magic is how they've gotten away their behaviors for so long.
Yes, PETA is VERY "profit" motivated. The profit being the six-figure salaries for those at the top of the PETA organizational pyramid. We had a local animal shelter that burned to the ground. Many animals were burned alive in their cages. People asked: shouldn't there have been an attendant to look after the animals needs overnight? What if an animal was in distress, let alone having a fire break out. The response was that there was nothing in the budget, but there were several upper-echelon employees with six figure incomes and nice expense accounts. Then they had the nerve to ask for donations to build a new shelter, because the facility was uninsured. Why no insurance, it wasn't in the budget. It makes people really wonder.....
Sea World loves all the branches of the service. Every serviceman and their immediate familiy members get a free admission to Sea World Parks once every single year. I don't see Disney doing anything nearly as generous. I don't see Disney rescuing and rehabbing doomed animals stranded on the shorelines dying. Sea World gets such a bad rap over the whales....it's really Disneydiculous.....
Keiko experienced ALOT of heartbreak and rejection before he died. His human family pushed hime out. The whale Pods he approached treated him like we would treat a homeless man that would want to come home and live with us. They would vocalize politely and quickly swim away. Keiko would have loved to return to Marineland, but it was too-late, the Blackfishers and their insane Free Willy mentality sentenced him to death. Sea World mgmt. clearly cannot or will not tell this story....maybe they're afraid some kook will say "Let's try again" which would be the definition of insanity.