So far 1.1 million leave voters regret their vote and a new vote could now happen,
The dollar against the Chinese Yuan is up by 30%, China devaluated the Yaun ealy this year and as of today the dollar is 30% higher, meaning if China bought gold earlier this year at say 1100.00 they can sell their gold that was bought at 1100 for 1750 today when they transfer it from the dollar into their yaun, that is a huge profit. The British pound lost 13% in 1 week against the dollar meaning gold buyers there are at 1490 an oz when they cash in and transfer it from dollars to pounds,that is a huge profit. With stocks in europe hitting all time lows and in China they might be thinking of selling gold soon and buying stocks, look at BP and its dividend or a bank like DB, or American banks in europe like GS, they took some beatings
Looks like you, me and everyone else got hit by a Brexit, i shorted the cold miners and even though gold is up miners are down, both JDST ans DUST are up which is hard to believe, their will be some great bargains in a couple of months, good luck
Brexit results from Gibraltar are in: 19,322 votes for 'remain', 823 for 'leave' Got off Marketwatch, first one must be a small town but a slaughter for the leave side,
Thank you everyone who voted to keep Britain stronger, safer & better off in Europe - and thousands of @StrongerIn campaigners around the UK
4:05 PM - 23 Jun 2016
UKIP leader Nigel Farage — a leader in the pro-Brexit camp and arguably the catalyst for the vote itself — has predicted that the “remain” vote has triumphed.
Remember Nigel Farage wanted Britain to leave, and Marketwatch shows a picture on him in a tweeted message saying the above, but remember its to early to know for sure
I think people are being cautious over this Brexit. We wont know the vote until Thursday evening, and even if they decide to leave its up to the House of Commons and they have to sign article 51 which means it takes 2 years for Britain to get out if the EU and they will announce that to calm down the world market
the 80 million can go towards the 1,3 billion debt ah ah ah
You need to look it up, it clearly states ownership is total of 2,442,199 not 202,000 with options, its total and reported last week
Remember he bought 202,000 shares for close to 5 million but he received over 2.2 million shares on May 16th add that together its 2.4 million shares, exactly what his holdings are,,,,,,,,, Valeant Pharmaceuticals Interna
(historical quotes, profile, other insiders) 10-Jun-16 2,442,199 Direct
Insider & restricted shareholder transactions reported over the last two years
Date Shares Stock Transaction
10-Jun-16 202,000 VRX Purchase at $24.48 per share.
(Cost of $4,944,960)
2-May-16 0 VRX Statement of Ownership
2-May-16 2,240,199 VRX Acquisition (Non Open Market) at $0 per share.
On my opinion, of the MFI is not included i dont look at those charts, money is what makes the RSI go up and down, and the MFI just started falling and is at 72, so i consider this high gamble and not in my favor to own, but good luck anything could happen
Red, this stock NEVER traded at 15 a share, Dec 28th 2015 a 1 for 10 reverse split, Dec 27th the stock closed at 41 cents a shares and on the 28th after the split it was 4.10, so when you see 15 dollars as a high prior to the split it was actually 1.50 a share, but what the heck FREE was 144,000 dollars a share if we dont count in reverse splits like you do, or under their new ticker FREEF the high was 66,000 dollars a share and it could go back that high even though its 5 cents a share today, a buyout could happen LOL
Platinum is rich man`s gold and is going much higher today, and its still at a huge discount, this is a rare opportunity
As per a report the price of platinum is currently at its lowest level relative to gold in 30 years. Platinum is currently trading at a discount of almost 30% as compared to gold. This is surprising considering it generally trades at a premium of 34%
Which is now FREEF,,,, Havensight Capital makes Tender Offer for Free Seas Inc.
CHRISTIANSTED, United States Virgin Islands, June 16, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Havensight Capital LLC makes tender offer for 85% of the outstanding common shares of Free Seas Inc. (FREEF) for U.S. $0.43 a share, commencing on July 25th, 2016, and ending November 25, 2016. Havensight Capital LLC will serve as the paying agent. Mr. Benjamin Woodhouse, Director, Havensight Capital LLC said, "Global transportation logistics are a critical component to the World economy, we are very excited about the potential to now capitalize on growth trends in this market."
Havensight Capital LLC also announced the launch of the Super Mall of Websites.com. The Super Mall of Websites.com offers world class website design, hosting, and maintenance, all, for one low published rate. Customers can access the Super Mall of Websites.com team by going to www.thesupermallofwebsites.com and placing an order online. Mr. Benjamin Woodhouse, Director, Havensight Capital LLC said, "we have been pleased with the incredible global demand for our soccer brand, St. Thomas F.C., www.stthomasfc.com, and we are now capitalizing on such momentum, by adding a leading technology service provider to our portfolio."
You wont see 18.50, this stock was to maintain a 25 dollar a share level or debt holders have the right to call in their debt, i am surprised they haven't done it yet. if it drops a couple more times the debt holders will call in and the stock will stop trading and go to the OTC market with the letter Q and all PUTS and CALLS will be canceled out, its probably why Ackman sold his PUTS will he could, but it will be interesting to see when debt holders finally call in there debt on VRX
Hello canada, not sure why you think its an excellent post and had a strong buy for GLD? Brexit fear was used to drive up gold prices, and since Britain`s bond market show no fear, it does matter if they stay or leave, and Trump said it doesnt matter if they leave.
If there were any reason to panic about the state of Britain’s public finances, we’d see it in the bond markets. And we can’t, because it isn’t there.
A panicking bond market is one where interest rates rise. That’s because investors demand more compensation for buying “risky” bonds. But instead, British government bond yields are falling. Ten-year gilts, or British government bonds, now carry a yield of only 1.1%. That’s well below even the yields of equivalent U.S. Treasury bonds. Inflation-adjusted gilts offer negative post-inflation yields. If the bond market is worried about British finances, it is doing a very good job of hiding it.
And little wonder.
Britain’s national debt is just over 80% of gross domestic product, well below levels that would be considered dangerous and hard to sustain. And that’s not all. More than a quarter of the debt is owed to the Bank of England, which bought up gilts through a policy of quantitative easing following the financial crisis. And the Bank of England, in turn, is owned by the government, which therefore owes that money to itself.
Set that aside and you find that the national debt is closer to 60% of gross domestic product. If the British government has to pay 1.5% interest on 60% of GDP, that comes to less than 1% of GDP in annual payments. There is no crisis at all.
Rounding out the list of things Chancellor Osborne wants us to ignore, nearly all of British gilts are in the hands of domestic investors. So the current debt levels couldn’t even cause a sterling crisis, let alone a debt crisis.
Also see: Brexit campaign devolves into racism and xenophobia
You can make a strong case that the U.K. government should be borrowing and spending more right now, regardless of what happens in the referendum.
Osborne and his fellow Remain campaigners have relied almost exclusively during the past six weeks on trying to scare British citizens into voting