My friend - you are absolutely correct. The hedge funds and banks cooperate to "screw" the average investor - and these folks think they are God's gift to humanity. I have another name for them.
"INDIA PRESS-MphasiS may see $100 million drop in HP business next year-Economic Times
Reuters – 13 hours ago.
Note: Reuters has not verified this story and does not vouch for its accuracy."
I feel this kind of news is nothing but market manipulation. Reuters should verify such information before proudly publishing it. Here we are a day later and Reuters still has not verified it or retracted it. What kind of reporting is this? They must be getting their information by Pony Express!
Yes - but the Republicans are in far worse shape. Wake-up and smell the roses - you guys are washed up.
Like it or not, many of our population are not capable of learning to do many of the more complex jobs that are available and will be available in the future. I think we are all responsible to care for those folks that can not take care of themselves and their families. This is a moral responsibility that too many of us do not want to accept - yet we encourage these same people to have families
that they cannot support. We are hypocrites.
I agree; however, our slimy friend "Tim Seymour" on CNBC says sell both SID and GGB. He provides no logic for such action - but I think I can assure you that he sold the shares he was holding and wants to buy yours for as little as possible. This guy as proved to me on numerous occasions that he has no morals and his accuracy is not very good.
Sell SID and GGB. He may influence the market in the immediate term - but he knows nothing. My bet is that both of these stocks show more appreciation over the next two years than any stock Tim holds. He recommends his book in the hope he can make some quick profits from those stupid enough to follow him. Near term I have no idea where either of these stocks are going; however, over the next two years it is my bet that both of these stocks far exceed the general market.
Talk about incompetency - I notice I spelled Zacks with an "S". It has been a bad evening.
Sacks has a bad track record. In my opinion, they know nothing. Some of their people are totally incompetent.
If your term "American" includes Brazil - especially Brazil - I agree with you. I think other select steel investments are interesting also - but none have the promise of SID or GGB in my opinion.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
If you are short this stock, I believe you will learn a terrible lesson over the coming year. Good luck - I believe you are going to need it.
Sentiment: Strong Buy