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howcomethisdoesnotwork 5 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 17, 2015 1:53 PM Member since: Oct 15, 2002
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  • Capital flows in stages, and with pivots. A Tsunami of capital investment, and risk taking will occur anytime, and it will be too late in the short term to buy in, unless you hold longer. I believe that this even is begging in earnest last week and this week for NBG. I believe that by January 2015 we will be trading NBG atleast in the $3 range, possible even testing by next quarter the highs of 2013, in the $6's.

  • This company sources and steals emails from companies, and employees somehow through their tracking of emails or generating of emails, then send scandalous emails, in an attempt to highly motivate the user to register, use and spend money on their services, by deceit. They send out emails without any regard to legislation in countries that require a do not spam list.
    Everything about the quality of leads, contacts, and method of operation are dangerous, and not in the best interest of companies operating outside of a communist, corrupt regime.
    Avoid this like the plague, or I guess otherwise if you have money to be made get behind the scandal, like many of the investment banks did, greed.
    This is an unbelievable raping of liberty in my opinion similar to what Mr. Mark Cuban suggested on CNBC.


  • howcomethisdoesnotwork howcomethisdoesnotwork Jan 29, 2015 12:25 PM Flag

    That was before all the market news, moves, and similar companies, and before the executives sold most of their shares last week.
    Intel target for this quarter is $28.25 imho
    Absolutely no reason to buy right now, or at these stages.

  • howcomethisdoesnotwork by howcomethisdoesnotwork Feb 9, 2015 11:27 AM Flag

    Industrial production has picked up substantially, and housing construction should continue at a modest pace over 2015, even with a slight slowdown. Equipment for military, automotive, and other infrastructure projects, in the back drop of a much lower energy price picture well into 2016, along with unions, and protectionist policy, makes US steel well poised here to steadily grow under talented leadership.
    The situation domestically is significantly better for steel in the last 2 quarters, and especially since the new year, and I would suspect that the lows are already made, unless there is a massive recession globally, and a war in Europe, but even then steel production during wars skyrockets. I would suspect that the next few weeks and months this mild growth story will translate into higher prices for US steel equities, probably in the order of mid $30's. I wouldn't be a seller here, not at all.

  • howcomethisdoesnotwork by howcomethisdoesnotwork Feb 17, 2015 1:53 PM Flag

    Be patient, every day this week the shares will add, and eventually should trade in the high $50, or mid $60's. Lockup period is over and shares are supposed to crash, they didn't and now we already have a short covering, this will continue for days. Shares may be sold of in a few months not necessarily this week.
    Given all the news, GPRO should recover to about where it was before the quarterly earnings report.
    There is NO reason to sell now, until next quarters news, and even then.

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