I agree with you 100% and it will catch up AMZN $350 in 2 to 3 years. BUY BUY BUY! I missed GOOG, V, FB... since their IPO, can't miss this one for sure.
How basher shorties feeling today? Get burnt! I like it. This is a long term stock, not short term. $ 200.0 by next couple of year easy money. Buy all you can now @ $84.0 still cheap price.
No, not really. BABA will be fine for long term investment. BABA should be $200 to $300 or more for 2 to 3 years. Thank you for your concerning.
Don't trade or invest stocks with your emotion and hatred dude!
wy...Thank you for your idea, but in my case I got a long-term lost (a small fraction) that I can claim for tax loss and later on if I gain any from IRLBF, it will cover for that loss and of course this is will be my long term hold stock. BTW, I hate to see IRE price keep going down. GLTA
and Scottrade said you don't have a wash sale for this if you lost because they are different CUSIP Number between IRE and IRLBF. I will buy more IRLBF if it drops a little bit further before February 27 ER's day.
I just sold all my IRE position (1500 shares) @ $12.40 this morning and used that money to buy back IRLBF ( 60,000 sharse) @ $.31 to get over with because I can not wait to convert and don't want to pay any fee for this and fee for that... What do you think? TIA.
I have invested 1500 shares of IRE for a long time and I am confusing what is going on with IRE stock, and someone talking about delisted and ADR...and I don't see any news with my Scottrade brokerage. Can some one please explain to me what is going on with IRE stocks and What should I do with my IRE shares. Thank you very much in advance.
06:46, 29 July 2014 by Post Reporter
Improving external demand and favourable exchange rate movements are expected to underpin export growth.
Bank of Ireland has revised upwards its economic growth outlook for Ireland to 2.8 per cent for 2014, and up to 3.4 per cent in 2015.
The first quarter of 2014 recorded solid growth and prospects for the second quarter also look good, the bank said, citing positive signals from export orders books, industrial production data and retail sales.
Commenting on the revised outlook, Loretta O’Sullivan, chief economist at Bank of Ireland, said “The recovery path that we are witnessing is in keeping with what we would expect for a small open economy like Ireland. The starting point is a rebound in exports, which leads to a pick-up in investment. This supports employment growth which in turn, and in time, underpins an improvement in consumer spending”.
“A broad range of indicators point to this recovery path and if we look at the Irish economy through this lens, it is clear that it has been in recovery mode for some time now,” O’Sullivan added.
Improving external demand and favourable exchange rate movements are expected to underpin export growth, with domestic activity and the continuing recovery in the property market providing additional support to investment.
The bank also said unemployment is projected to fall to about 10.4 per cent in 2015.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
george, where are you? Come out and bend over loser.
Hey shorty you wake up now dude. Did you feel the heat yet? Cover your short before it's too late. "8 cents is my target" you wish in your dreaming. LMAO.