By the way, it took me one visit to WF to see that it was a legalized ripoff. With airheaded libs, it takes years. LMAO.
I doubt it. I think a lot of their loony-left customers are finally realizing that WF's prices are outrageous.
You got owned because you don't know what you're talking about.
You forgot to mention - - it's based in Austin. The most liberal place in Texas. It's not run by right-wingers. It's run by greedy libs who've been ripping off its lib customers for years.
This company sure did rip off a lot of rich hippy s kumm over the years. I hate to see it go down. I like watching libs get overcharged by other libs.
It's July 29. I don't think your prediction is going to come true. Try again.
Dream on. They're in the middle of acquiring Hawaiian Electric. They won't be doing another anytime soon. That's assuming they have even the slightest interest in merging with PEG. I doubt they consider it a perfect fit.
Charles Schwab is also showing $13.05 as the low of the day but it doesn't necessarily mean anything. It could have been a very small number of shares or a residual order that was carried over from yesterday or maybe a premarket trade. Let's just call it an outlier.
So what was his point about the conference call being "delayed"? How could it be delayed if it wasn't announced yet? He was implying that something was wrong, Otherwise why even bring it up? Well now he has to shut up about that and ask a bunch of questions that even he knows can't be answered by anyone here. What's the point of that except to stir the fecal matter?
You still here? The conference call is on August 6, as poster jmathis said it would be. Can't use that one any more so now you're raising questions you know can't be answered. Have you sent your daily e-mail to IR yet?
Indeed Yahoo's price range for the day shows a low of $13.05, but that is not reflected in the chart. At any rate, PPL did us no favor.