Which brings up a point. If Yahoo Finance would charge a nominal fee for access, they could make a few bucks, and keep out some of the riffraff. I'd pay $1 a month, especially for clean message boards, and some of these bozo's probably don't have a $1 to their name.
If you want the dividend early, just buy it at the open 1/11. It will be discounted by the div. amount.
Same as if you bought, watched it drop, and got paid 2 weeks later.
Very positive IMO, so I am surprised no one seems to care.
I also think rates are stuck right now, the Fed will have a hard time justifying the next hikes.
Whoever sold under 20 was very foolish indeed.
I really don't think it matters anymore. Gas utilities buy and store throughout the summer and into the fall in preparation for winter needs. They probably have their storage tanks filled to capacity. A short cold snap wouldn't make any difference. You would need a significant long term cold weather event to start making a dent.
no more sympathy for all this supposed student debt
Oh yea, that's the way the markets work. There is an invisible hand that moves the bid/ask to whatever level is needed for guys like you to make more money. Isn't it great to be in that special group of elite traders?
Please let me know the next time you decide to sell something.
Obviously a very good contrarian indicator.
Watch this for next week. No way the S&P is up 1.43%, interest rates are down, and this is down?
I bought at the close for some quick profits next week. Some real opportunities right now, for nearly
risk free gains.
"...any increase in short rates"
It will still be 6 months at the earliest before they can even consider any increase.
Anticipatory breach would only occur if Arch knew or expected they could not pay the senior debt holders, and still entered into the contract. The contract was entered long ago, with every intention of paying, and they still intend to pay. Technical default? Paying interest due on an existing loan could hardly be considered a deficiency. What a knucklehead.
That way, when ACI files for BK, there is more for senior lenders.
Can't ACI tell them to go pound salt? I'd threaten to drag this
out, give the senior lenders incentive to compromise on a swap deal.
Who's out there trading oil futures? Traders & speculators. Even those hedging are still speculating, that's why it's called the "futures market." So there is no reason to think that a weekly storage build is anything but one of many indicators of future storage builds. Traders and speculators still control the market.
And if the 2 numbers were even close, Apple would be touting "sold" instead of shipped.