thanks but once I switch from vrzn the paperwork is a hassle I don't want to have to switch again . some one will know, I hope ?
does the signal remain strong ? T mobile was terrible I went with Verizon and its great but the S offer is very compelling to switch. Thank you.
zero h, gartman and cramer need to share a cell.
buffett is never in a rush to realize what may be a huge taxable event. he is brilliant at, avoiding taxes, patience.
++ We are an “emerging growth company” as defined under the federal securities laws and, as such, may elect to comply with certain reduced public company reporting requirements for future filings. ++
I love this stuff, UNreeeeeeeeeeel.
can buffett and todd both be wrong ?
great read for the experts in foolsville who bash amzn 7 days a week.
1991 ?? Have they discussed ibm since ? when was the last time they discussed the stock,ibm ? What did Gates think of Kodak in 1991 , unreal
yep jad, u feel in love. IF ginny misses AGAIN in q-3 and q-4 she's gone, forget 30 years bro. I said ginny is in way over her head i never said ibm is going to zero. the QUESTION was, what does Gates think of ibm, no ? btw, I own brkb, I think you posted many times YOU don't, correct ? how many partners u figure own brkb because of HIS tech expertise ? HOPING HE would make a HUGE bet in the tech space, which blew up on HIM ? Thanks.
++ Even with the enterprise customers, the cloud has not been saleable for them. ++
this statement from Gates means NOTHING to ibm experts ? ibm isn't even a competitor to amzn, msft, etc in the cloud space ? yikes ?? arrogance ? unreal, Z has patented ucmtsu, so I wont use it any more !
now lets read the ENTIRE paragraph from the FT story, what does it sound like to you ??
++Can Mr Gates be credited with getting Mr Buffett over his famous reluctance to invest in technology shares with the IBM investment?
“No, IBM became less of a technology company,” Mr Gates says. “It’s really sad. It turns out, at least so far, Warren was wrong. Even with the enterprise customers, the cloud has not been saleable for them. I’m biased. IBM is a wonderful company but because I competed with them for many, many decades I have to say, I don’t see their future as brightly as people who are long on the stock.”++
does Gates BUY and PROMOTE insurance companies that compete with Geico ?? IF buffet was giving your Foundation 40 BBBBillion or so would you CONplain much about that trade ? Does anyone expect Gates to say,ibm is the biggest mistake of his life ? seriously this is a hard CONcept to understand, seriously ? For YEARSSSSSSS every rally in ibm has been an opportunity to sell to buffett and todd, period. Ok, back in denial to all ibm, experts, lets see how the year ends up and IF ginny is there by year end 16. unreal !!
and open the envelope. Any other predictions for 2016 ? i could take the ez call, ginny will be gone in 2016 but i'll leave that call for todd who will be averaging down in the 120s.
++ My guess is that it is at least two men's opinions.++
r u saying munger likes the trade, or Gates ?
zero hedge, buffett is on the other side of the experts, BUT, what is toddfinance doing ? morning todd.
morning, u lost me there ? Isn't this distribution plan going to reduce AUM, hence cut the fees reducing the value of the, con to horejsi ?
What about interest rates?
interesting in view of brks latest filing, either hussman or buffett are very wrong ??
++Investors may wish to believe that low interest rates somehow, by their very nature, are sufficient to prevent such losses. They may do well to recall that Japanese stocks plunged by -62% in 2000-2003 and -61% in 2007-2009 despite interest rates that never exceeded half of one percent. There are certainly structural differences between Japan and the U.S., but those differences do not extend to eliminating the iron laws of investing; that every security is a claim on some stream of expected future cash flows, and the higher the price one pays for those cash flows, the weaker the long-term rate of return. Recall also that the historical correlation between interest rates and equity valuations has actually been zero outside of the disinflationary 1980-1998 period. Suppressed interest rates can certainly encourage yield-seeking speculation, helping to drive equities and other securities to extreme valuations that offer similarly dismal prospects for future returns. But when investors turn risk-averse, as they did in 2000-2002 and 2007-2009, those dismal prospects are realized, and even persistent and aggressive Fed easing has not prevented U.S. equities from collapsing. ++