you need a dummy slap my mistake ..the bulb dont burn too strong in that hollow head of yours .. and stop counting the fries in your happy meal your always short and holding up the drive through
hey dolphinooo maybe you could make a buck or 2 with the new knee pads in the parking lot while your there any time you think you need a good slap upside the head ( 24-7 ) track me down ill gladly oblige hope your wife isnt yelling franky franky in her sleep that must really bit
THIS HAS TO BE CHINA ON HOW TO DEAL WITH NO USA HUAWEI AND IT GUYS NOT WANTING TO PAY A CISCO PREMIUM WITH 63 % MARGINS
Cisco reports a dip in profit as its revenue edges higher but still falls short of Wall Street estimates. Chambers: Sales ‘below our expectation,’ but ‘financials are strong’ By Benjamin Pimentel , MarketWatch Last Update: 5:46 PM ET Nov 13, 2013 SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Cisco Systems on Wednesday said its annual profit may drop this year after reporting worse-than-forecast fiscal first-quarter results, an outlook that dragged down shares of the networking giant.
14k per station there about the contract is for capex of what 1.3 billion for this part of the project... look i can do math on my back on an Italian natuzzi leather couch reading about how the fda wants to put bans on all supplements where is that smart guy / girl with the lisp from the investment bank mail room
good reading on a wednesday lunch break ..
nov 01 = 3bucks today week and a half 8 days 3.82 so far short squeeze and its in the eagle ford and permian and gas price rise and upgrades to 4.10 short term and 10 bucks down the road i cant buy it all so dig in
Sentiment: Strong Buy
and try harder to make up for your losses ..remember to swallow and say thanks glug glug glug
we would give alu all of our capex im back in
Vodafone has reaffirmed its commitment to strategic network investments by increasing the pot of money set aside for its "Project Spring" capital expenditure plan by £1 billion (US$1.59 billion).
When Vodafone Group plc announced it was selling its stake in Verizon Wireless for $130 billion, the mobile giant said it would invest £6 billion ($9.53 billion) of the proceeds in a three-year investment plan it called Project Spring. (See Vodafone Agrees to $130B Verizon Stake Sale.)
Now it has decided to invest even more in its network and supporting systems in an effort to capitalize on the fixed and mobile broadband services boom and has provide guidance on where it will spend the money and on what. News of the increased investment plan comes only a day after Deutsche Telekom AG announced plans to boost its European network infrastructure portfolio with the €546 million (US$731 million) acquisition of GTS Central Europe . (See DT Boosts Datacenter, SDN Strategy With Acquisition.)
Vodafone announced the details as part of its fiscal half-year financial update, which revealed ongoing tough conditions in Europe. The mobile operator's group services revenues, generated by more than 411 million mobile services customers worldwide, were down by 4.2 percent to £20 billion ($31.76 billion) for the six months to September 30, with a 14.9 percent year-on-year revenues decline in Southern Europe, to £4.49 billion ($7.13 billion), dragging the numbers down
not in an ira i dont pay taxes on the profit for 15 years and if i end up buying at the 3.30-3.20 level and a greater amount of shares so be it hows this math 50k shares x 4.03 = 201000 = 62k shares at 3.20
62k shares x 4.03 = 249000 50k short term profit ill take it 50000 less 40% tax ( not due for 15years ) and i still get to use the full profit to make money with and that money makes more money till the tax man taketh
my job is to accumulate all the money and value based shares i can so a can live in a tax free state like tx and invest in pipeline stocks that yield over 10% or what ever works in that time and i was thinking of the domincan republic for 6 mos for health care and rent a house and domestic servants aka 20 something twin sisters to take care of an old white guy for 1500 bucks a month and my new ex wife at that time can do the same as far as im concerned
we get the ptroceeds of shares sold on are behalf by the french gov for the sales tax .. is a higher price better for usa or paris tax man