But unfortunately for us, they seem to have sold about a million. Heavy volume and falling stock price. Likely Kevin was unloading to buy a Bugatti or something.
We are just forked.
Wow, so gas could go down under $2 a gallon? I would have $4000 more per year to put into the market.
I own a bit of Seadrill (500 shares) but in the larger picture, I am curious if I will continue to be able to purchase $2.60 gas for years? I spend $9000 a year on fuel and this drop saves me over $2000 a year.
In one way I almost want to see Seadrill drop as it would mean I save more money on fuel over the next decade.
A long commercial about Hep C and noting there are cures, contact your doctor. Only a brief flash of Abbvie at the end of the commercial.
Now, who do you think watches CNN sunday morning? People on Medicaid? No. People with top rate insurance. When they talk to their doctor, he is going to recommend Harvoni.
So thanks for the free advertising Abbvie!
25000 shares of Claude that have gone from $0.20 to $0.28 while my TC calls have gone from $0.85 to $0.15.
Sad. Should have bought more Claude when it was $0.12
Really? This little drop from $117 to $99 scares you? This is just a bump on the way to $140.
9200 call options, 92 call contracts representing 100 shares each.
If I had 940,000 shares I would be cryin right now as it would mean I had lost half a million dollars.
If the engineers were working off of faulty geology reports (if the hardness of the ore was not properly vetted) then the extra margin of safety factor might not apply. They may need that crusher to even reach 100%, although maybe it puts them at 110%. I could see only reaching 90% without the crusher and 110% with the crusher.
I barely care though...mostly here now out of nostalgia although I do have the 9200 call options if someone pulls a miracle out of their rear..
They really don't gather a lot of dust since they are near the front door. It is very windy where we live and each time I open the door they get a breeze.
I did buy 2000 shares the other day when NSU was mentioned on here by dragon and others. A nice little bump from where I bought but nothing to write home about. Be funny if TC got a buyout and I still lost money on the $2 calls I purchase awhile back for $0.85.
I only have to wait 31 days to buy back the shares. TC is not going to break out above $2.20 or so for the next 30 days.
YES! (if by ATM fees you mean the trading costs, which are deductible).
Am I able to deduct the overpaid salary of TC executives? Sadly, no.
I was able to take a $9,000 short term capital loss on my TC stock for 2014, which will offset $5,000 in realized gains from an earlier sale of Apple. I can deduct $3000 against my W2 income and then carry forward $1000 of loss into 2015 tax year.
I heard the extra $5mil capex for Mount Milligan worker quarters went toward a sweet foosball table. Solid copper with molybdenum players and a gold ball.