Just wait until the banks and insurance companies can't pay out what they promised in their contracts as soon as the int. rates go negative. It will cost you to take money out if rates are negative. They said that on CNBC this morning; I did not make it up.
You think that's bad, just wait until the int. rate turns negative. The reports about jobs growth is bogus. They are trying to calm the markets after a 400 pt. loss. Don't fall for it. REITS-BANKS-ETF's are all going to get hammered.
US data is a crock about job growth. Millions in layoffs in the oil and gas sector and PFE too. CAT axed 10k jobs - Sears closing stores and Macy's too. Do they think we're stupid. The market tanked 400 pts. so they had to calm the sellers with bogus growth stories.
when it was trading at $39.00 and target was giving them away to their employees. How did that work out? He owns this stock and is waaaay down; of course he is going to pump it again. I am not saying don't buy; what I am saying is buy on the pump-then take your profits. I already bought and sold (today being my 3rd) but it was waaaay higher when I traded the first two times. Be careful out there. Futures are down right now so market may open up lower AGAIN unless something changes between now and 15 more min. YIKES-its getting scary out there.
Day Trading is where it's at but longs will argue even when they are down thousands. Good luck-do it again. Should be a few more days of frenzy trading to your advantage.
Losing-not like loose as a goose. The lock up date is out of the way. The trumped up price this morning gave all the insiders what they were waiting for; a way out with more than the close yesterday. So now you will see how much the news of the "big purchase" by two other investors is going to move this stock. Did any of them sell on the pump?