Since Yhoo tried to accommodate mobile , the boards have been horribly screwed up. A few things have been fixed but it works like they turned over responsibility to the CEO's adolescent nephew and didn't pay his allowance.
Involving ego and emotion in stocks is asking to be be screwed over.
This is a long term economic contest, not a popularity contest....mostly.
But i agree that some of the excellent contributors on this board make it tolerable where so many are not!
We seek patterns compulsively. It's hardwired into us.
Witness the popularity of TA and astrology.
Damned if i can see why we impose yet another near arbitrary system atop an already too complicated world.
We produce a lot of our own oil now and storage tanks are full. May not be a problem.
Many other producers eager to take market share.
Nah...Yahoo won't hire competent programmers to keep after the message board fiasco of the attempt at mobile conversion. We aren't a significant revenue stream and as such are disposable.
Anyone know a comparable set of message boards for smaller stocks and portfolios?
I've been tired of Yahoo for a long time.
IGNORE for you!
Into the pot of boiling water while i hold down the lid.
One more and it's Ignore for you!n I hate people who tell me what to do condescendingly!
We are going to have lobster for dinner!
Agreed of course!
Still, if the small retail SHs got coordinated online and intervened abruptly,
wonder if we couldn't drive off the shorts?
Macular degeneration is is increasingly popular ( i'm on the possible future list there) with us boomers. Wonder why it failed?
The treatment options are not encouraging.
Musing...If the short interests communicate and gang up on the SP during quiet or negative times...does it follow that we small SHs could similarly save our investable bucks, wait for juicy news bits and then pile on all at once to spike the SP?
Last seen, lymph node tracing required injection of a radioactive tracer into the affected tissue ( breast for example, with a big, very long needle), and then sticking the patient under a radioactive substance scanner some time later.
To be able to do it in real time during surgery would;d be splendid.
During my own cancer surgery, they slit me from crotch to diaphragm, twisted my torso to open the zorro incision, put my guts in a tray, and dissected out each of the lymph nodes along my spine to send to the pathologist. They did a hell of a lot of damage along the way trying to find them. A more precise methodology would have been greatly appreciated.
I'm long here for a reason.
It'll do what it does regardless,till the new numbers come in, then they will be ignored.
When we finally book substantial profits for a few quarters...Things will change.