You lack of knowledge and history is no surprise. The government is the one stealing your opportunity and putting us all at risk. Just like the European monarchy. When the government takes more of your money, sucks it out of the private sector through taxes, spending $ we don't have, regulations. Your opportunity to improve your station in long wasn't taken by the rich. The rich want to make more by expanding trade, business, etc., which creates jobs. The rich can't define their risk in the USA with the Government being so invasive with Bobocare, regulations. Our capital is in flight.
Its about growing everyone's wealth and opportunity to achieve success. When Gov sucks the private sector by taxes and regulation the pie shrinks and opportunity shrinks.
Very skeptical. This is one I think Adam F. will eventually comment on, which you will want to be out of the stock before that happens.
Without allowing GM to go through bankruptcy, the same union structure and management exists that will eventually fail. Analyst are predicting GM shares to rise substantially in the next year. Gov't can't even sell the shares at a good time. Chalk another failure up with Bobocare.
I have USAA insurance and have had multiple claims. I have never been treated better than any other insurance Co. That includes State Farm, Foremost, and Farmers. They are very honest and try to help anyway they can. All I can say is that your claim must be fraudulent, that would be the only reason they wouldn't pay.
A little patience it could hit that number. Its in a hot space. PFE most likely candidate for a buyout. This will take another 1 or 2 jump next week.
I don't think Amazon will have any effect on Citrix. Maybe in a year or 2. Right now Citrix is cleaning up. Major Insurer is now replacing Cisco.
I would love that. Just waiting to double my position. The thesis of world demand slowing and margin contraction isn't going to play out. China and Germany today aren't playing along with their surprise PMI and economic improvement. Dollar weakening will lead to wider margins. Why the street is focused on bringing down 6x PE forward refiners is puzzling to me. They went up fast so they become targets. At some point they become no brainer buys. The initial street reaction to no tapering I anticipated as doing the opposite of what folks would expect. This is about played out, what those margins widen. Also demand continues to increase, regardless of what the analyst would have you think. Facts after so long can't be ignored.