No recent insider buying as far as I can see.
the fact that 48% of them reject evolution and believe that all living things today have existed in their present form since the start of time. Even more brilliant was the idea of their previous presidential candidate that 47
% of American are lazy parasites, unwilling to work for a living. Definitely the party to lead America to a glorious future of scientific accomplishment and increasing respect for the common man.
-keep 50 million Americans off the health insurance rolls
-cut taxes on the richest of the rich.
-make sure unemployment benefits aren't extended.
-keep supporting the waste of US resources on reckless military ventures.
-continue to insult women with disgraceful comments about rape and pregnancy.
-defend the excesses of the national security state at all costs.
-bring religion into areas of public life where it doesn't belong.
-express contempt for evolution, climate change, and other science, demeaning the work of the world's most respected scientists.
-conduct a negative PR campaign against President Obama using subtle racist buzzwords and innuendos.
-downplay and even ignore the greatest level of inequality that the US has seen on 100 years.
-Wisconsin Republican Roger Rivard claimed that "some girls rape easy."
-Republican candidate Akin claimed “If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down.”
-Republican Mourdock commenting on pregnancies conceived in rape claimed "it is something that God intended to happen.
Republican Rick Santorum declared that rape is " a gift in a very broken way, the gift of human life, and accept what God has given … rape victims should make the best of a bad situation.”
Republican Chuck Winder claims that in case of rape a physician should ask the brutalized female victim "was this pregnancy caused by normal relations in a marriage or was it truly caused by a rape"
Even earlier this month Well Fargo downgraded Apple to a market perform. Smart phones are becoming commodities.
GNW is an international company with positive earning, positive cash flow, and a variety of products and services including domestic and international mortgage insurance.
and McInerney sold their shares gained through options, they held 1913 shares and 22,078 respectively. If they believed the company didn't have a strong future, they would have liquidated all the shares. Additionally, James Park still directly owns 300,000 shares; Patrick Kelleher still directly owns 125,948 shares: Kevin Schneider still directly owns 67,640.
We are cutting our '14 EPS estimate $0.16 to $2.72 due to the impact of continuing weakness in FE's service territory economy, lower power margins, and increased environmental-related costs. We are keeping our '13 operating EPS estimate at $2.98, and our $35 target price, reflecting a discount-to-peers P/E of 12.9X our '14 EPS estimate. We believe FE's 35% dividend cut, from $2.20 to $1.44 annually, was both expected and in FE's financial interest, providing it with the flexibility to enhance its regulated operations. The shares are yielding 4.6%, slightly above peers.
that he manages.
They also are thrilled with the idea that 48% of Republicans don't believe in evolution and think that scientists are unholy. Yet when they have cancer, they want the benefits of the latest medical research formulated by these wretched disbelievers.
the value of each GE share would be $40 or so.
be getting a big fat dividend paid monthly.