Try purchasing your audios at Amazooom or maybe your local stagecoach drive thru. Just a click away on Amazooom.
Perhaps it was not a wise idea for AMZN to publicly announce their sales/distribution market "strategy". I'm referring to the media stating something similar to: when shoppers hover over an item, AMZN can tell how long the user hovered and use the hover data to determine if and when an item should be stocked for distribution, etc. Maybe better to keep market strategies to themselves??? Ya think?
Not worth your time (nor mine) to attempt to FISH with Option traders. Maybe focus on your own plans and make 2014 a better year? Consider starting a Charitable Trust; just sayin' and suggesting...might keep you busy/occupied?
Good luck, Mrs. Schnider!
Welcome to America, Mr. Schnider!
Hope you enjoyed your fishing trip. Here's the tip of the day for you: It is your personal right to dislike any banking institution and you are free to move money from and to the bank of your choice! WFC is not our bank of choice.
Bait box full? Enjoy
Many pulled out of this one early 2009. Moved to NRG. Not really sure why SPH is unable to rise to meet and exceed the competition in the Pacific Northwest...other private propane companies doing very well. Guess the family owned businesses knocked SPH down...not a bad thing and good to see the private, family owned businesses rise to the occasion!
For some reason, I thought that NRG dumped (sold off the pull down) of Suburban. Just a vague 2009/2010 memory and I stand corrected if I'm wrong!
Is it possible that you thought you were buying NRG, slipped and bought SPH? Just curious and good that you pulled out of this SPH thing....not doing well in the Pacific Northwest at all; account losses, etc. But, if it works for you, what the heck.
In answer to your other question: We waited until December to move out of WFC because we finally reached out BURN out with WFC. Refused to tolerate on more telephone call from a WFC "investment" sales person...refused to turn down another in bank teller. BURN OUT!
Here's your answer: Our WFC account is flagged with a "DO NOT SOLICIT, UPSELL CUSTOMER" request...by phone or in bank!!!
However, since WFC employees are PRESSURED to upsell, they frequently approach us with investment options (in bank and by phone). We do not blame the WFC customer service/tellers and many times, they have stopped themselves mid-sentence and apologized when they notice the "do not solicit" notations.
We can hold $300k at USB with no solicitation bother, $100K at KEY, and additional deposit amounts in two credit unions....the nice part is, their employees read the do not solicit-customer has other asset investment notations...customer request...do not upsell. They are LISTENING to the consumer requests!!!
We are pleased with our decision to exit WFC. It's a personal decision and choice!
"Target either failed to properly secure the customer data, did not promptly notify customers of the breach or both."
The "did not promptly notify customers of breach" is one of the many charges that will most likely cost this company far more than an arm and a leg. I'll make the call on this one and I state that, by withholding the security breach info, Target execs made the conscious decision to think profit and feed shareholders...little consumers are nothing. NOT A GOOD THING.
Sold off this stock and pleased to no longer be a Target "shareholder". Time will tell if other companies learn anything from the Target SCAM.
Sure, all banks brow beat their employees to open consumer accounts, however....WFC just became a little too naughty (as a bank NOT to do business with...not even mortgages, etc.).
Sooooo, today we pulled $41K from WFC savings and that $41K now lives under the roof of KEY. Doesn't sound like withdrawing and redistributing $41K would bother big, old WFC, but when you see the rush of other customers leaving the WFC house....well now, we'll just have to see how she goes.
This latest GM play (partnership with Peugeot) absolutely stinks and sinks GM again. Down goes the stock.
Do you have your taxpayer checkbook out; ready to write a new TARP check for GM? No worry, we can set you up with electronic deductions for your next GM TARP debt.
Agree with you Fernando. However, the Fed Reserve brings all market participants in as prisoners too. Trick is for individuals to stay clear of long term debtors prison! Fed Reserve doesn't have to worry about that.