Not intending to defend anyone or be pejorative, but I would contend that some stock market "guesses" ARE better than others.And I would posit that the reason those who guess right more often than guess wrong is because they work harder at trying to make sure the odds are in their favor. That's why some, like Warren Buffet, are rich and others are poor. His "guess" is better than others. Those whose research consists of reading arguments on message boards or buying on the basis of a recommendation by a blogger (as informative as some can be) will soon be broke. Of course everyone eventually loses betting on horses; the only difference between good guessers and bad is who goes broke first.
Charging itakebackmyapology with constructing "defined" victories, like "Intel only went up a little today," is like the pot calling the kettle black. How many times have you been monkey-jumping when ARMH goes down a few pennies, or Intel goes up a few cents? Answer: Whenever it happens. Your hypocrisy continues to know no bounds.
While there seems to be a gllut of both oil and natural gas in the U. S., the question is whether this Administration will encourage exports of either. Certainly it would benefit corporate America, but that does not conflate with the president's goal to help middle-income taxpayers.It can be argued that every effort will be made to maintain surpluses (not encourage/discourage sales overseas) of both oil and LNG in the U.S. to keep prices down to the benefit of consumers.Even though, for example, the Keystone Pipeline would create thousands of jobs, the Administration has been resisting its construction. Lower prices at the pump and cheaper costs to heat homes can onlly help Democrats in the 2014 mid-term elections. Greater profits for corporate American are way down on the list of goals for this Administration.
Has anyone tracked down the source of the Google rumor other than it started with Bloomberg quoting an unidentified source? So far I haven't seen any name or firm attached to its origin. Seems like some news organization would want to verify the original source of the rumor rather than simply repeat it.
"The Bloomberg article is a joke."
(You and others are probably correct, but unfortunately, perception becomes reality--for how long, no one knows. Good Ashraf rebuttal).
But on a percentage basis, Intel is down more than ARMH today. How do you explain that ? Intel: Stuck in the muck...again...at $24.
Ashraf--How comforting it must make you feel to receive a patronizing pat on the head from Wallis. He's a sweetheart when everyone marches to his drummer. Today, you are "professional and informative." Tomorrow, watch out.
Wallis continues to amaze. He is proud of the fact that his self-proclaimed "beer money" stock (ARMH) that he is short , was down more today than his primary holding, Intel. If this keeps up ARMH will get to zero before Intel. Then he will be really excited? And he's thinking about creating his own advisory website? As someone here once said, Toooo Funny! The man is pixilated.
Let's hear it for Wallis, who is thinking about setting up his own website to voice his opinions since the word limit on this board it frustrating, and SA won't let him say the things he really needs to say. Wallis has become a legend in his own mind.
The ITG report is total BS. Anybody who listened to the last conference call already knows that Schultz said SSS in the high single digits could not be maintained.He said not to be surprised by mid-single digit increases. ITG is making this sound like new news. Looks like they were able to scare those who haven't been paying attention. By the way, how big a player is ITG, anyhow? I'm adding shares at $77.15.
PB has signed a multi-year licensing agreement with Twitter for location intelligence solutions. Another example of PB's management forward-looking style. Keep an eye on end-of-year profit-taking for an entry point. Last analyst upgrades were in 2009. This latest company announcement might provide a wake-up call.
If Ashraf is starting to annoy people, he's going to have to run a lot harder to get ahead of you.
Wow! There's a first: Wallis admits that Intel is in a trading range. But he needs to be careful; someone might call him a shill for the shorts.
Wallis--this post is truly laughable. You're like the fishermsan who says "if I catch the one that's biting and four more I'll have my limit."