"We have accepted responsibility and acknowledged our mistakes from the start, and we have learned from them and worked to fix them," Jamie Dimon, the bank's chief executive, said in a statement last week. What have we learned Mr. Dimon? 1. Try not to get caught 2. Take as much money as you can from shareholders in the form of bonuses before getting caught 3. When caught try to find an agreement with the government and have the shareholders pay for it. 4. Put everything in the wife's name!
I'm seeing big SP moves on very low volume, especially after hours.
Since the TEA Party represents the people who pay the taxes, perhaps the muslim in the white house should negotiate with them. Aside from the TEA Party, the tax payer has little representation! That's not fair.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Let's hope you are right. But I doubt it be success in that it will add over 2 trillion dollars to the national debt. I hope you don't have kids b/c they will be stuck with the additional debt.
"Oppenheimer pointed out in its research piece that Linn Energy LLC (LINE) should be avoided, and the firm has an Underperform rating on the stock. It was also less constructive on EV Energy Partners L.P. (EVEP) and Vanguard Natural Resources LLC (VNR). Both of the companies were considered too aggressive and they may not have the ability to safely continue their distributions at current levels."
Yes, in Sacramento Kalifonia, there is a Starbucks in every predominately black area. In fact, when I go in these store, the black girls come in for free ice water while I'm waiting for my wife's Mocha. I rarely see them pay for anything. I guesss it's because Starbucks doesn't accept food stamps.
The Kenyan is just screwing the share holders who did nothing wrong except invest in America!