you are THE only one who feels that way towards FB ...
believe it or not , all of the "crew" knows the negatives here , we don't dwell on them ,
but rather dig and dig to find info , as mgmt plays extremely close to the vest ...
probably good advice for traders ... seems like all of these houses give their assessments as though
nobody holds a stock any more ... ok for Amazon or Tesla ,but for a rock solid company like VZ , T and
others ... screw the short term .. people are in these stocks for the long haul ...
as for VZ .. a few more points down and the flood of div seekers comes on ... garce
wellllll , lets start a decent rumour then ...
IBM to buy Tesla ...
nothing funnier than watching blind mice chasing themselves .. eh ?
2016 is a transitional year ... there's a ton of capital floating
around ... he would be a fool to give guidance .. the dust is
still settling and it remains to be seen how $90 bil will
be given back to investors and subsequent share reduction ..
Alstom not yet fully integrated ... garce
there's always a contrarian voice ... for the most part , these big houses just want price movement , direction
not so important ... and these stories usually gen some movements .. .garce
sounds possible ... i highly doubt that Mr. Peltz would have bought so many shares if he didn't see
the long term prospects ...
yes , that's what sets him far apart from all other candidates ...
our president and congress people are pure as the driven snow ... same for other world leaders , like
V. Putin .. a very honorable and compassionate man ... same for ALL of the mideast leaders ....
what a bogus report !!! sure sounds like Bernstein screwed up a year ago by not loading up and now they
try to beat the price down ...
youtube has some good highlights ... very seldom was he
tackled by a single man ... he could also throw as well as
any qb on option plays , could catch and almost never
fumbled .. and his "moves" were as good as any .. just a
very dominating player ...
maybe your most decent post to date ...
sports comps are tough because of rules changes over the years ,
better conditioning , etc ..
I still rank Jim Brown as hands down best ever , but then i never got
to see Jim Thorpe in action ...
Brown was not human .. one year avgd almost 6 yds/ carry .. watch
a few films .. but then he played in a different era ..
Jack Welsh sowed the seeds of destruction of an American icon ... not much different than Kozlowski
did at Tyco ... GE had no business owning Universal and many of the other appendages that JW thought
were so great ... he was riding GE's legacy businesses like an annuity and used the piggy bank to
grow a tangled mess .. no wonder it took Immelt so long to "right the ship" ..
also , i an certain that the culture when JI took the helm , prevented him from doing the right things ..
Lou Gerstner may have taught an elephant to dance at IBM , but Immelt is jitterbugging GE to
great heights ... garce