I respectfully disagree. If you want to refinance, I would do it now and not wait.
Trapped in his American dream? Speak for yourself. If you pay cash or use a large down payment, you bet your property taxes will be higher than your mortgage payment. So what?
Why didn't you short GE in 2001 through 2008 timeframe? If you think GE is overvalued now, you must certainly have thought it was overvalued after the Clinton bull market run-up.
GE is still undervalued today, despite outperforming the DOW since the spring of 2009, and quadrupling in price. Go ahead and short it. We'll see what happens.
As far as pre-2008, all I know is it was overvalued, especially in 20001. I looked at GE a few times, but it wasn't tempting enough, price-wise for me. However, GE has outperformed the DOW since the spring of 2009. That's the reality. Despite quadrupling, GE is still a compelling value.
As for why it's going down today, who knows. I sure as heck don't know.
Well, what is this disturbing "fact"?
Your purchasing manager friends are being prudent, because they know what happens when the GOP takes over.
It does seem that way, however, I feel that we can overcome even the GOP. We've done it before when we overcame the GOP Great Recession.
Yes, mikey, despite quadrupling since the spring of 2009, GE is still undervalued and is considered a Dog of the Dow. I guess it's mostly because of its relatively high dividend yield. Going forward, I always consider buying Dogs of the Dow. Despite GE's outperformance during this bull market, I am especially impressed with GE's current value.
I can't imagine that bread bags would be very durable. Doesn't the ice and snow rip them apart right away?
More good news for AKS means more good news for the U.S. I don't own AKS, but did years ago. It was volatile, and made a good trade.
Obama's way of getting lower gas prices is much more palatable. He didn't have to tank the US economy to get low prices. Obama has actually grown the economy every year since 2009. Yes, Obama's way is better.
Good news for MSFT adds to the continued good fortune of the U.S.
The US dollar has been in a bull market since 2009. The time to short the US dollar was in 2001 through 2008.