No he won't, unless he starts selling off the Church's riches and donates it to the poor. Walking around in medieval garb and making the sign of the cross, while the Vatican holds a monster investment portfolio, not to mention all the art and museum artifacts, is nothing but hypocrisy.
No, there isn#$%$ a position which seeks to make the Roman Catholic Church the only valid form of Christianity. Joseph Smith pulled the same thing with Mormonism. Religion isn't about spirituality, it's about money and power.
I find it humorous that a guy who is head of perhaps the wealthiest institution in the world, who doesn't even dress himself, criticize capitalism and executive salaries.
F is a stock for the long term, 3-5 years. By then it will reward those with patience, and pay a nice div. For those who can't wait, sell now. It is not going to be a short term miracle. But it will still be around when TSLA has declared Chapter 9.
It may because I lived in So CA and London in the 60s and 70s, but my definition of mini-skirt is a good deal more risqué than what Ms. Kullman is wearing.
It is still unclear to me whether shareholders get shares in the company spun off, cash, or nothing. Kullman's letter did not address it. I'm in the same boat with GE spinning off its financial arm.
Have held DD for some time. No complaints. Am wondering how current shareholders will be affected by the separation of Performance Chemicals.
For centuries there was no pope. The Bishop of Rome was par inter pares with the other bishops. It was Leo the Great who demanded to be given greater power. As for people like Linus, etc, they were legends.
Spain is indeed a mess. Yet whenever I go there it seems people have money for new cars, cell phones, and the time and money to toss back cañas and gorge on tapas.
I watch CNBC...but I put the TV on mute. As forwhy he won't answer, maybe he thinks he did when he gave the 2014 date, and everyone else is just reading other stuff into it. CNBC's speculations mean ratings.