I often watch Fox. Sometimes Fox is too far to the right for me, but I usually agree with what they say. Occasionally I listen to MSNBC. The folks at MSNBC are certified leftist nuts. Lawrence O'donnell and Chris Matthews are whackmasters.
Yes sir, you are correct. It's very speculative. However, if Sune pulls back to the low 3's, I may do a little day trading and buy a couple thousand shares.
Let me first say that SUNE is a crummy stock that has slaughtered many of its shareholders, leaving blood in the streets. I owned some back in 2013 and made a few bucks off of it. Anyways, it is now a very high risk stock that may provide some monster one day gains. It's up over 6% right now and was much higher earlier in the session. A few days ago it went from $3 to $4.12 in one session.
The fall-winter period is typically one of solid performance for the index itself. Thus, things are pretty ugly on a comparative basis.
In the debate in which Jim Webb participated, I was impressed with him. (Even my Supreme Commander, my wife, liked him.) He's got a heck of a resume and is not a political con man. Ben Carson is a fantastic retired surgeon, but not a sharp politician. I'm not sure about Bush, Rubio or Cruz. However, I have concluded that Cruz is not a whacko like some have painted him to be. I liked how he nailed the CNBC lefistist clowns.
Bernie Sanders is a dyed-in-the-wool socialist. He would do well with some of the younger Karl Marx crowd in New England, but not the general population. Although, I give him credit for one thing: He probably lies less than most candidates do.
Phil, when I started getting Barron's again, it was not for political purposes. IMO, Trump is a space cadet with little chance of being the Republican candidate to run against Mrs. Bill. Evidently, Barron's takes him more seriously than I do and feels a need disagree with him on the cover. That's baloney!
The cover of the Barron's I received this morning proclaims in large size font that "TRUMP is wrong". This is in relation to how Trump wants to deal with China. Gee whiz, is it possible that Barron's is reaching new depths in the world of political "ragdom"? If he saw the cover, Alan Abelson would puke.