time off, rest up and come back refreshed and renewed in 2015 to ride the MERCK ROCKET skyward once more !! Good Luck, pal !! It's all just funny, silly games here, right ?
and Black Next Week as a whole !!
for EASY EASY Money and SUPER REWARDS !! Merck looks to be the SUPER WINNER now for CERTAIN !!
seems odd. Is it because you never posted the BIG BIG June 14 and May 17 news?
GREAT Day for Dr Mui and all FAZ LONGS !!!
The video is back on YouTube now, but as many people have pointed out, that's probably not Michael Brown in the video, which is too bad. Brown stood 6 feet eight inches tall and weighed close to 400 pounds. The man in the video is much smaller, maybe around 6 feet and 280.
Those ZION ball caps were an extremely HOT item a couple of years ago. They're about as spiffy and sporty as a ball cap can be. I think they were HOT about the time John Brown was making the 4D movie about how he found oil in Israel.
MERCH shaping up to be the BIG BIG Winner when we rally into Christmas.
If that's what you would say, i would say you are a deluded shyster. Then i would ask for evidence to support your position.
With weakness in China and oil prices, commodity exporter Brazil is hurting.
Brazil’s Bovespa Index is now down more than 20% from its highs this year, putting it in bear market territory. The Bovespa is paring losses this morning, down 0.7% on top of a 2.9% decline Monday and 3.1% decline year to date. A big drag on the index: state-controlled oil exploration and refining Petroleo Brasileiro (PBR), down nearly 2.4% today in U.S. trading; shares are down nearly 42% year to date.
An ongoing investigation of an alleged contract fixing, bribery and kickback scheme at Petrobras have weighed on the company. The scandal has also drawn in construction and engineering companies thought to be involved, and Brazil’s government.
Lawyers in New York Monday filed a class action lawsuit against Petrobras over the allegations, according to Reuters. Brazil’s top prosecutor in the case said Tuesday that management at the state-controlled energy giant is likely to be replaced; he called for punishment of those involved
It's such a simple operation, you'd think everyone already knows how to copy, cut, and paste. But my father has asked me how to do this several times, and chances are you probably get asked simple questions like this all the time.
To help you in your tech support role and new computer users young and old learn the basics, we'll be offering (easy-to-email) instructions each week on simple tech concepts. Today: how to copy, cut, and paste. (This one's for you, Dad!)
First, another FAQ: What's the difference between copying and cutting?
You can think of it like an actual piece of paper, for example a letter. When you photocopy the letter, it creates a duplicate and the original stays intact. Cutting a block of text out of the letter, on the other hand, removes that portion from the letter.
On your computer, when you copy a file, image, text or other item, it creates a duplicate of that item in your computer's temporary memory.
Cutting an item will remove it from the page or folder and hold it in memory, as above.
You can almost always copy (duplicate) something, like a phrase on a web page, but cutting is only possible if you have editing or administrative control of the item. For example, you can't cut phrases out of web pages you visit in your browser (imagine what the web would look like if everyone could!). There are exceptions, like editable websites like Wikipedia, but that's because you have editing control on that site.
Once you've copied or pasted something into memory, you can then paste it into another document, f
Bells are ringing all over Wall Street. The only question is whether it's a signal to sell or the sound of distant sleigh bells. Stock futures are marginally higher this morning as traders limp in to work after the worst day for stocks since October 9. Yesterday the Dow lost 268 points and the S&P 500 dropped 1.6%.
Crude and the S&P 500 have slide lower in lock step this week
Why the weakness? I've been talking about it all week but by now it's obvious to just about everyone: It's the crude! Need me to draw you a picture? I've got two. First the 5 day chart for both crude and stocks. The S&P 500 down 2.4%, oil lower by 7.4%. Lock step. The other: The Philly Oil Service Index over the last six months has lost 33%.
The Philadelphia Oil Services Sexctor Index has shed 33% in the last six months
There's all kinds of connect-the-dot reasons an uncontrolled drop in crude is bad for, say, tech stocks that don't seem to have anything to do with one another. Just hit some of the links in this piece if you missed our earlier conversations.
Suffice it to say traders are once again ululating down the canyons of Wall Street. The Volatility Index or VIX spiked 24% yesterday. Yesterday! It's now up more than 50% this week. In the words of legendary trader Billy Ray Valentine, "They're panicking out there. I can feel it".
This year has been defined by V-bottoms. When we've seen S&P drops and VIX spikes like this in the recent past the trade has been to buy, not sell.
It's not just this year. Yahoo Finance contributor Dana Lyons took a look at the VIX all the way back to 1986 when it was created.
Global superstar Katy Perry will headline the Pepsi Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show on NBC in University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona on Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015, it was confirmed Sunday night in an unprecedented multimedia, global announcement.
Perry acknowledged the performance on Twitter while watching the Dallas Cowboys-New York Giants game in Australia where she is currently on her Prismatic World Tour. Bob Costas announced the performance to the television audience at halftime of the Cowboys-Giants game on Sunday Night Football, primetime TV's No. 1 show. This triggered the launch of an original digital video featuring Perry produced by Pepsi. Later in the night, Pepsi's acclaimed commercial There Since The First #Halftime re-released to her award-winning song Firework debuted during the telecast.
The Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show is the most-watched musical event of the year. More than 115 million viewers in the U.S. watched last season's show. The Super Bowl and halftime show will be broadcast worldwide.