Careful, they will call you anti-Semitic but even Semites will agree these guys are crooks.
You were short a while a go... so the salaries were okay then, but not now?
Please have a little respect for the genuine investors here, kindly dear sir.
Also, be aware that there is much more going on behind the scenes, for example, your greed.
Or of China PURCHASING reo's at above market prices. They are down and out, almost. Pretty scary for them, pretty reassuring to us.
when they have such huge spreads bid/ask
It's pathetic how simple they think of us, don't satisfy their borderline sexual urge for screwing you
13F clue we need Soros Fund Management 2.20M $14.43M Sept. 30, 2013
from stockzoa another good search term with "soros" and "13F"
I see what you mean. Compare the 5 day chart and the 1 month chart and voila!
The market makers (in this case triple witching option fanatic triple underwriter action) with all the information they need to make calculated decisions, after crucifying Smith, now they have the NeoMag guys in control who are CLUELESS about the machinations of Wall Street
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Does lanthanum start on fire like Tesla's lithium batteries?
Except of course Goldman, or GS employees, or anyone with whom they have contact?
BTW, to follow up on cb's and Monetize's comments, yes, any Muni that discharges into an inland waterway in the US, Canada, EU, Japan, etc., want's to minimize phosphorus discharge for obvious reasons.
Take that from someone with 25 years exp. including all three levels of govt service.
Wow. In the meantime Goldman Sachs goes "somewhat positive" but "not positive enough to merit a lawsuit"
Molycorp moves higher after Q3 results, Goldman sees positives • 10:36 AM
Molycorp (MCP +3.1%) is maintained with a Neutral rating and $5 price target at Goldman Sachs, which sees MCP's demand recovery as a positive though it was offset by weak pricing.
Goldman likes the improved tone and steady fundamental progress in the Q3 results, including demand recovery for MCP's highest value product, magnetic rare earths (+20% Q/Q) and tangible cost reductions at Mountain Pass (-25% Q/Q) after several quarters of no progress.
But the positives were somewhat offset by muted expectations for SorbX commercialization and diminished outlook for cerium sales in 2014 which, if not reconciled over the longer term, could negatively impact MCP's ability to hit sub-$10/kg production costs and/or ramp to phase two capacity.
You can have them all when this doubles in the space of just a couple months, or less
But thanks to their underwriting activities, they will be flush with cash soon.
Let's hope they are done with MCP soon. This is really annoying.
Get these so-called "friends" - the underwriters, market makers and traders (you know who you are) - out of our lives for good. What good are they? We have SOFTWARE that can do a better job practically for free.
Tina that is preferred only. Sure they have extra cash. Goldman Sachs will give them $1 for every $20 of shareholder value destroyed. What a bargain!!!
Just as demand is rising globally: Bloomberg: China, the supplier of over 90 percent of the world’s requirement, imposed export quotas beginning 2007 to conserve resources and protect the environment. The delay will affect customers such as Japan’s Toyota Tshusho Corp. (8015), a part of the Toyota Group, which will buy half of Indian Rare Earths’ produce from the monazite ore it plans to mine at the site.