aussie based thermal and met coal
commodities cycles are a real #$%$. they can be down for 5 years or more. the things is no one rings a bell when they turn and btu could be up $12 in 2 days.
there is no hold. there is only buy and sell everyday. if you don't sell that day you just bought the stock again to decide the next open market day.
to Russia for the thieves. look in the Minneapolis TGT HQ!
styles are updated quickly and pricing, including shipping, beats the store fronts
more likely $10 before June
cigs are still being sold over the counter here and especially abroad at great profits. longs don't be mislead. the same was said about the tobacco company's all going out of business.
couldn't agree more. gs is also warehousing huge amounts of copper per bloomberg. this means the commodity supercycle is about to turn up big time.
by selling off its aussie assets, paying off its debt and selling the remaining assets (U.S.) to a private equity firm. its the last hope for this dieing dinosaur.
agree about a consolidation and or bk shrinking capacity is healthy for growing coal stocks value. a big hit if/when anr, jrcc, etc go out of business followed by big increases in coal prices by shrinking supply. its really all about demand/supply as usual for commodities. if coals start consolidating they have more control over supply and can choke off supply bringing up prices.
its okay though he has 1 share in tesla
good point. nike probably won't find a big enough niche here but many, many little guys, with no moat to cross, will nip at wtw's heals. imho.
nice trade guys
in the market aisles just scan the product bar codes and get all the relevant i.e. gluten free or not info.