I saw no indication of a transaction at $18.98 and thought it to be a case of the highest bid at one time that never filled. But I take it from what you've written otherwise that $19 is about as low as she'll go then.
If past history is any indication, empaneling a jury that would bring a conviction is hardly likely. If they are unable to put folks in jail, can they still seize assets? And if they cannot maintain a grip on the purloined assets of those involved, are we just watching theatre?
I hope that some of you are Coloradans and can help us keep up with the developments there. If they are unable to railroad anyone and take their assets, then there really isn't much use in the behavior is there?
Additionally, has there been any hint that Colorado will come to the aid of the people it has licensed that were subsequently raided? It sure looks like fertile ground for a RICO action against the federales.
Dec. 1, 2013, 3:30 p.m. EST
More shoppers, but spending drops: survey
4-day weekend sales seen at $57.4 billion, down 2.8% from year ago
Factor in real inflation and the number turns negative.
I disagree. One should be very leery of the continuing foibles of management. I think ineptitude rages.
Any attention is much better than none. Caveat emptor must be your watch phrase in anything.
does anyone know the details... what he was using and the dosages?
All serve as just more really good reasons to join the growing portion of the population that are becoming unbanked.
It's rather obvious, isn't it? One can only wonder how much was spent to be able to buy at 10¢ a share. It got all my mad money at 13¢.
EMP or grid failure offers to wipe out your asset base if it's in Bitcoin. Tangible does seem all the more prudent.
Just another development for the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. Many of us have been expecting exactly this sort of move. You'll need to be thinking on which side of the dollar your marmalade belongs. Some of us further expect that gold will ultimately be the unit of reckoning, however.
Thanks for letting us hear about the ongoing manipulation. It should serve to buoy those, like myself, that are thinking it's time to buy.
Actually, sir, it is greed that is the unseen hand that works so well allocating resources according to Adam Smith in "Wealth of Nations". The problem is that there is "unbridled greed" such that some would stoop to manipulation, deceit and outright fraud to turn a buck. That is not an economic problem, one that would cause us to abandon capitalism, but rather a societal one that illustrates keenly that most people are never grounded in what is and isn't acceptable behavior... and it's now pandemic. Socialism would not thwart such and history shows it actually amplifies that behavior because under such systems scarcity becomes all the worse.