The black population, which by the way, the majority are fine people, need to come to Jesus and make a major decision.
Do we want to continue and turn our heads to drugs, beatings, killings, robberies and steeling in our neighborhoods? Also to stop listening to the people who continue to drive a wedge between white and black people. Everyone knows who these race batting individuals are. To be called reverends is a discrase to themselves and everyone who follows them and listens to them.
The black population need to take out these criminals, the police cannot do this job as you know.
They need to demand a good education for their children and break the cycle of being left behind in a great country.
Think about why Asians and Hispanics have done so well.
It's from hard work, no matter what the work is, education and family control over their youth.
O.K. I guess the downtrend is due to economic downtrends across the globe.
I'm still looking for your thoughts.
I've been in AA for some time.
Am I missing something?
It's a damn shame that a small town with outsiders can cause so much damage to the rest of our country. The looting and stealing has happened before in many other riots by blacks. But what has it done to the other blacks who do not agree to this violence? It harms them to no end.
When, if ever, will black leaders say enough is enough and condemn these small percentage of people who are destroying racial relations, including themselves by the way.
What has riots in Newark, LA and others done for them? Nothing but grief and isolation. All the business's have moved away, drugs and gangs are rampant.
Is that the majority want in life? I think not.
Also don't forget Hartford.
I expect PRU will also do well. If AIG does well then expect the tide to float all insurance stocks going forward.
All I want is a top and lower growth beat and good future guidance. Everything else will follow if these areas mentioned are good.
They said that about Priceline a few years back. Too much competition many were saying.
That was about $1,000 ago. Although I do think everything is priced in at PCLN at this time.
Regarding NFLX, I've read that the price increase did set it back from increasing new users But I'm a very happy new customer with NFLX, and the value for the money spent is pretty good, so I bought 100 shares for the long haul.
The Twilight Zone is real cool on NFLX. Sort of like reading the Brothers Grimm fables where they always have a message about human nature, real and unreal.
Something our kids of today would get a kick out of instead of getting wrapped up on their computers watching god knows what.
Sorry to digress. Thanks for your opinion.
You just need to review my previous messages regarding RAD.
Also, since I believe in other opinions, please review ACE's messages as well.
This way you can have differences of opinions, sort of like FOX news.
CNBC, NBC, CBS, ABC are all suck ups to you know who.
Sorry, although I don't normally get involved in politics, jobs is #1.
Also the dems have let this country down in that arena. Health care and taxes on the only ones who provide the highest job creations, small business's, have been crippled by government regulations and taxes.
Also our government leaders has divided whites and blacks against one another in just a few years time.
You need to go back 20 years to see this division of humans against each other.
You watch TV. Cutting the cable is #1 priority due to high costs from the cable providers. I've been late to what my friends and family has done. I have recently bought NFLX and now I wonder what took me so long.
I'm very happy I did. Savings now is $25 per month including the cost of NFLX. Breaking Bad did it for me. I did a marathon of watching this incredible show. Now it's being offered overseas. This show alone will bring in many other millions to NFLX.
I'm a buyer of this great entertainment provider.
Lets just wait until NOV. sales report.
I won't respond to your sad state of mind.
You need to get a clue and then come back next month and we'll discuss it again.
I beg your pardon! I'm not here for an english lesson or comprehension lesson. I'm an investor, probably long before you were born. I've been through the darkest days of wall street. I guess that shows my age, so be it. Also my family appreciates my wisdom and financial aptitude. They are very educated and have zero debt due to my financial education to them from grade school through their college years.
My point, as far as Ford is concerned, is the ups and downs of the stock throughout the day which included the 12.5% dividend. The end result was only 12 cents down in a very volatile day.
In all due respect I appreciate your comments but your latest comments are disrespectful to someone who is only making a comment.
You only shut out others, who by the way may have agreements with you as well as disagreements.
They in turn see your responses and are reluctant to respond, fearful of what you may say in return. People don't like to be belittled.
Unfortunately you may be ignored on the web sight by others.
For me, I appreciate financial wisdom from others but unfortunately not you.
You cannot see the forest from the trees regarding FORD!!
I agree with your details from past performance. I don't think you will hear anything regarding forward guidance.
As for sss I do feel tomorrows report will be significant, more so than the past. Why? Because we have only one more sss before Decembers numbers.
The past is not important it's the future that is so critical.
Thanks for your input vincent. I look forward to your future thoughts, your unlike the others on this board who try to push the stock higher or lower.
Casey I put you on ignore. Dont bother replying.
Yes. BREAKING BAD.
I can guess you don't hold stocks very long.
Yes I agree with you regarding the S&P. But F along with GM will, within the next 6-12 months, be a good long term investment.
While I'm waiting I'll continue to add to my shares at a lower cost through dividends.
Thanks for your response.
It tells you that the positive and negative message guys work for the big guys or whales.
The small retail investors may still post to the midnight oil and get up real early wishing for good sss sales as well as the shorts wishing for bad sale numbers.
As a long term investor I'm wishing, of course, for very, very good SSS sales for Oct.
I was expecting a higher volume of trades on the day. But it was positive throughout the day which was very nice.
So what do you do if the numbers are positive or negative? WHAT DO YOU DO????
If the numbers are positive then we all win. Then the anticipation for great Qtly. report may be better also.
But you have to wait!
But if the sss numbers are not so good, then what do you do then?
As a short term investor you run and give up. If you have your kids education or your daughters wedding in the balance, then your a damn fool, and just a speculator hoping your horse will come in.
BUT as a long term investor, IMHO, you hold on.
For me I will average down if the numbers are not great. Not right away. I will wait a week, two weeks or a month before I pull the trigger.
I've been following RAD for many years and believe in it, unlike others on this board.
God bless and good luck.
P.S. Keep an eye out for MET and AIG. Met is a gamble but reports Tomorrow it's a coin toss. AIG on the other hand may due very well due to low losses on property this year vs past years and higher premiums as well as their financial investments. Think about N.Y. during the hurricane and the mass loses incurred by AIG.
1960 are you also in these stocks???
1940 is correct in his assessment up to a point. He does give a great example on what could happen on a major down turn. A price to zero is a little extreme. Id say Pru does have a good chance to hit par ($100) sometime in the future. When that can happen is anyones guess. Been a long term holder in financial and insurance/property stocks including PRU.
They have made some good moves recently and over time will pay off.
I, like a lot of people on this board, (very few by the way, like 1940 mentioned) like the groups I mentioned. I'm betting on some good moves in the property and casualty groups due to higher insurance rates and thank god, very few disasters. Good hunting Newark. Say hello to Christi for me and help him take the foot out of his mouth.