The TV series "Mad Men" (a show about advertising) is in their final season. The final episode will air on May 17th.
All of the evidence so far suggests that the finale of the show will be the main character (Don Draper) coming up with the famous "I'd like to buy the world a coke" TV ad that was very famous in the 1970's.
Since everyone will be talking about the show, and (probably) therefore talking about Coca Cola and that famous ad, do you think KO will get a few-day bump as people start to pay attention to the company?
I guess the question is: when they do a reverse split, do you still have rights for the same shares or is it for /x shares?
If I'm reading it correctly, the right is $0.70 for one share at $0.50 and another later at $1.50 If we are undiluted, that works out to $1.35 per share, which would be a good deal if they do anything greater than a 3:1 reverse split.
However, if we're diluted, we're simply paying $1.20 for a stock that currently sells at $0.68
I noticed a few years ago that the the protector for the I-phones have a hole in them so the apple logo can show.
So ya, I expect there are a lot of people who believe that you are who you wear.
In this case, I guess who you 'are' is poor chinese people working slave conditions in a mega factory.
A few points...
1. Is everyone wearing a fitness device? I don't think I know anyone who does.
2. Will it stream music on the watch without having the phone in your pocket? And if not, why not just use the phone?
3. It will take calls. But what if you don't want your call on speaker phone? Assuming some earbud device, why would linking it to your watch be any better than linking it to your phone?
I agree on JC always pumping apple.
CNBC does that with a few stocks. If you watch the channel on a regular basis, you would think that there are only 5 or 6 well known stocks out there worth buying.
I think Cramer may be the first to Rule 34 a watch.
Here's the reasons I wouldn't buy an I-watch (keep in mind I'm 51 years old)
1. Wouldn't be able to see the screen or the menus.
2. Wrist action necessary to see watch when it is on the wrist would cause stress injury over time.
3. I haven't worn a watch since I got my first cel phone.
4. Unlike quality watches, the value of the I-watch will go down over time as technology improves (anyone want to buy my newton?)
5. The watch is too thick, and the band looks like it came from a gumball machine
It's a well known legal maxim that "Truth is a defense to Slander"
In other words, if the reporting was accurate (and the fact that they have the factory manager on video seems to indicate that it is), they will not lose any lawsuit brought against them.
Sometimes life serves you a s**t sandwich and you just need to take a bite.
Today's action is a very common side effect of relying too heavily on the propriety of Chinese suppliers