So you are the guy that took the 12 cents back. With this chitty volume it would not take much. Why these small companies don't jack those short chits with loose cash is besides me. Hail, they can't run it down too much more. Schwab had this an "A" and when I questioned them they took the rating out all together. Market is rigged big time. I should have got out earlier like you did.
Talked to SilverCrest's Investor Relations;Fred Cooper. He assured me that IM share ownership is growing and their staff is active in bringing in more investment. He also said that this quarter ending in March 2015, which reports in Mid-April will have some very positive information for shareholders. Check out SilverCreast's website for upcoming information on the company.
I hope your no using your lunch money for that hypothesis...What do you think is going to happen in the next few hours to make that a reality???
Listen here idiot, which on the IQ scale is below moron. All I said is that there was a large amount or an over-supply setting at the docks. What I hear is they are taking advantage of the cheap coal. I drive by there a lot and I have never seen that much. If that bothers you that I mentioned it that's your problem "PIPSTER". I never specified if it was import or export. Let me ask you this Einstein??? Import or Export where does the coal go after it’s delivered to port (Import) or getting ready to send out (Export)? They put it “On The Ground”. I know you have a hard time understanding that, since you can only count to 4, as you stated in your ID. You may need to take an anger management course or maybe just grow-up. Have a good day!!!
Buy XIV and TVIX . Its working good so far. I adjusted the percentage's on both investments as follows. I have 71% XIV and 29% for TVIX. Obviously on a day that goes gang busters only one way you may want to liquidate the losing party. If its a day like this you would not want to sell the current losing side due to current volatility factors. Good Luck!!!
Some brokers like the CS kickback or should I say commission, so it is sometimes not the clients fault. I have read several articles on certain brokers are selling VIX Inverse notes as hedges. They would not be my broker, if they did. Have a good one!!!
More ships then usual and a lot of mounds of "COAL". I haven't seen that since I was a kid. Oil is not the only over supplied fuel source building up inventory near and around its shipment sites!!!
A Patriot or a patriotic person is more then that. Its not just a definition of a good citizen, and good American. Patriotic person is all that, but feels the need to constantly work to keep what was given to him or her in the initial "Bill of Rights" and the "Constitution of the United States". The Men and Women that died for our country are the ultimate patriots. In a nutshell, its a person that will do what he has to do to uphold those secrete documents.
***Note also: There is a need for these products, but you need to understand risks are high and some are not much better then a lottery ticket.
You betcha!!! Note: My option only!!!...BUT I am not sure why these investment vehicles like VIX Inverse funds and notes are sold, but I have a strong assumption why. One thing I do know is VIX Inverse and other similar investment options like them are far from a safe way to diversify this market. They have proven to be horrible hedges, yet they are pushed by Institutional Marketers and Financial Analysts. They definitely do not appear to be in the best interest of the investment client. If they are going to be sold, they need to have stern “Warnings” and realistic return estimates and definitions. They should also be understood by the client. There are thousands of derivative packaged products that sometimes appear impossible to calculate your risk.
We maybe getting closer to another day like Black Monday 1987. I hope its not anytime soon, but we are overdue...Have a good one!!!
Is it really true that SODA said in the meeting that their gross margins would be greatly affected by new product introductions? How can margins be grossly affected unless you know the products are sub-par or S&D figures were short from previous estimates. Guy's...What kind of management do we have here? I was excited about there current fundamentals until I seen that snafu!!! I am not sure if these guys should be managing anything, if that's correct!!!...Does anyone know if that's true?
Is the thrill gone in having a way to make homemade soda?...Some would say ...YES. Stock has dropped steadily since its high in the upper 70's. The good thing is its not trading for a premium anymore and may actually move back up. All depends on how they used the $$$ in the 70's, 60's, 50's, 40's, 30's and 20's.