5 billion in liquid assets/two billion in debt. More than enough to sustain the business. The problem is Wall Street valuations - not the viability of these companies. For instance get the likes of CNBC's Jim Cramer off the air immediately. That will be a start.
yep...happily used yahoo mail for years, but all kinds of issues keep cropping up now. Connectivity is just one. What were they thinking
wow! Did I dodge a bullet, or what? This entire mkt is treacherous - can't trust any stock these days!
that was before the "split" into two separate entities? You need to get current. Your three answers to my question were none answers.
but can't understand the extremely high volatility on the shares....is it because it's largely an illiquid equity or a jus a knock-on effect of the current (and very wide spreads within the high-yield bond markets?
I see Donald Rumsfeld's out there trying to rehab re the IRAQ War - the freaking chaos and all? Got to hand it to him, though...he's pushing a Churchill solitaire app? Which, makes me wonder if this guy has some sort of a Winston Churchill obsession? Is that what he's all about - psychology speak - hero worship?
the carnage in the crude oil mkts is, and mark my words, the end of Saudi Arabia. As its senile king and his 18.000 princes are about to find out. Stay tuned...