Thanks for the response. The figures that you posted are right on and it's nice to be reminded of them. The most troubling figures you posted are the 20 trillion dollar debt figure and the 100-200 unfunded liabilities. IMHO, here's the fed's problem....raise the rates, the dollar strengthens and the U.S. starts paying higher interest on all of that debt...which Trump has reminded us of in this past week. Don't raise the interests rates and the dollar sinks and commodities rise....and your scenario comes to light. The tough reality right now is that all those baby boomers that you just mentioned all have a little "nest egg" which needs a higher interest rate to mean anything to their retirement....and the early baby boomers have not had any help with their excess cash in the realm of the low CD rates that are now given. Those baby boomers need a hike in the interest rates to have any type of retirements that would be based on a decent return on cash in any CD'S...but that might not happen. I can remember in the early 80's folks getting 18% on CD's....but that was 30 years ago. I have seen 10 year bond projections at 1.0 which, if that is the case, we will see your scenario way before mine. One thing is for certain....we are in tenuous times. I appreciate your illustration of Britain. They had the world by the tail at one point in history and today they aren't a blip in what happens around the world...their best days are behind them in human history and it seems that's where the U.S. is quickly headed. Again, thanks for the insight.
The dollar at .60? I doubt that very much. For that too happen our economy would literally have to fall apart. Then you would not have any rate hikes..but if that's the case margins would now cut in and nothing would be safe to buy. The dollar has been weak for 13 years. It has rebounded some but I truly believe we will have more rate hikes ahead in 2017 and the dollar eventually hits 1.20....double your forecast. Our disagreement is what makes a market, right? If I am right then commodities will fall apart. When silver hit 13 and gold hit in the 1100's they were buys for a quick turn...but look at those weekly charts....they are horrible. As with many things I could be wrong on this....gold and silver were buys fifteen years ago when silver was at 3 and gold was at 300...but that bull has been dying. On your estimate of the bio's, that chart is also horrible..but as with any sector it can come back into favor as quickly as it falls. It just needs a reason to do that. It seems like the aging population dictates attention to the bio's. Does that mean the chart will turn on the bio's? Time will tell...one thing is sure....if you are a lemming in the market you will be skinned to the bone if you're not in and out of a stock with quick trade and at times lucky moves. No one gets it right all the time...and everyone takes losses.
in the Alaskan pipeline. 45.00 for each barrel they produce! Exxon resent report said they have to CUT CUT CUT to become profitable at 40.00 barrel oil and they are WAY away from that now! They are bleeding red!
If you would have bought them then you would not be crying now. This is NOT the place to be buying anything in the solar industry. No one learns from history anymore!
I know you have seen this from the S-3 form but here's a quote....
IDERA PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.
49,413,788 SHARES OF COMMON STOCK
"This prospectus relates to the possible resale from time to time of up to 49,413,788 shares of common stock of Idera Pharmaceuticals, Inc. by the selling stockholders identified in this prospectus. We will not receive any proceeds from the sale of the shares offered by this prospectus.
We have agreed to bear all of the expenses incurred in connection with the registration of these shares. The selling stockholders will pay or assume brokerage commissions and similar charges incurred for the sale of shares of our common stock.
The selling stockholders identified in this prospectus, or their respective pledgees, donees, transferees or other successors-in-interest, may offer the shares from time to time through public or private transactions at prevailing market prices, at prices related to prevailing market prices or at privately negotiated prices. See “Plan of Distribution” beginning on page 12.
Our common stock is currently traded on the Nasdaq Capital Market under the symbol “IDRA.” On March 10, 2016, the closing sale price of our common stock on the Nasdaq Capital Market was $1.78 per share. You are urged to obtain current market quotations for our common stock."
This is just one of many documents where you can see the link between these shares and the BB.
I haven't owned this at all. If anything I would have been short. You're the "idiot" for not reading my previous posts...those posts would have told you I thought SUNE was going BK. Where do these fools come from? I think you protest too much. Only an "idiot" makes assumptions as you did on someones position without looking into any of their previous posts. You talk of truth as you know all the facts behind this company and what was going on behind the scenes....that in itself makes you an arrogant punk that will soon be broke.
Ya...the HF's had their people on these boards pumping while they dumped. WHEN,,,I repeat...WHEN will there will be a law put together to stop this blatant fraud??? When will the SEC hold HF's culpable for posting and doing the opposite of what they are publicly recommending? What a system!
Give me a break. All these guys went into the woodwork now that everything has hit the fan! That's exactly why you DON'T follow these idiot boards...liars, half-truths and outright swindlers.
With that attitude you've already lost and you just don't know it. You're a looser in life, that pales in comparison to his loss of money!
Someday I hope guys like this are arrested because the law prohibits their actions. Until then they will continue to rape the investors. GLTA...you're gong to need it.