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nosplit 141 posts  |  Last Activity: 10 minutes ago Member since: May 12, 2011
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  • nosplit nosplit 10 minutes ago Flag

    Obama is connected but republicans are afraid of him (again there are some exceptions). I also cannot believe republicans are still fighting among themselves instead of going after the real enemy: Hillary and the dems. When will they get it? This is why Trump is surging and the media and dem nitwits can't figure it out.

  • nosplit nosplit 12 minutes ago Flag

    okey: The biggest mistake anyone can make, I think, is to underestimate what we are up against. Given Obama's foreign policy(for lack of a better word in the last 6+ years, and I don't mean this to be unkind) but why would you or anyone think he does give a rats a.....about national security? It is and has been a slam dunk. To find out the truth, you need only study the behavior and see that it is consistent. Obama, Hillary and all the rest are in the same bed and the sooner we get them out of it and keep them out the sooner the country begins to heal.(I sure hope it happens before its too late).

  • nosplit nosplit 2 hours 35 minutes ago Flag

    Here is another view of Mrs. Clinton: Just suppose instead of it being her,, it was a white conservative male Sec. of State that had done this? . What do you think the dems and their friends in the lap dog media would be doing?

  • nosplit nosplit 2 hours 42 minutes ago Flag

    There it is . Market up again and we are up again. I rest my case.

  • okey: This issue is simple: she should have already been indicted, but hasn't been. Why, you may ask? Look at her last name. When you have done that also look at the weenie republicans(with some notable exceptions) who are afraid of their own shadows and want to work with dems and get along. They were elected to STOP this sort of thing and much more in LANDSLIDES in 2010 and 2014. Pres. Nixon resigned his office for LESS than she has done(and Obama too who makes his own laws and rules as he goes ignoring the Constitution that he doesn't like anyway)

  • Yes. I have been saying the market will be volatile and it has been. The stock is well positioned to run, but we need ground support from the overall market and for it to stabilize somewhat-and it will.

  • Since today is the anniversary of the immortal and famous MLK speech,I was reminded we all have dreams(or at least we did at one time). One of mine is seeing America made great again and getting those trying to wreck it (liberals) out of power and keeping them out. Of course I realize we can never get rid of all libs, nor should we. It is always important to have a reminder around of them so we NEVER want them back controlling our lives and wrecking this great country. So in my dream if we can ever get them out of power for good, I would propose a new museum dedicated to liberalism/socialism and the appropriate location would of course be in DC as part of the Smithsonian.
    We can call it the "Liberal Museum of Social Dysfunction and Unrest". There are so many exhibits we could put on display to create a lasting legacy of liberalism. Here are a few suggestions: pictures of crime infested cities, boarded up run down buildings with trash and graffiti, Americans and others being tortured and murdered, baby parts for sale,Americans standing in the unemployment line, racial violence and hate, school textbooks which have far more commentary about Bill Clinton than Abraham Lincoln, abortions on demand, increased drug usage and commentaries on all the other great social rot gut including why homosexual/lesbian marriage is a wonderful thing...............among much more.
    Last but not least admission would have to be free since Americans should not have to pay for anything and capitalism is a rotten thing anyway.

  • nosplit nosplit Aug 26, 2015 7:52 PM Flag

    Got it, but conversely when bottom was falling out of the market at times RAD was stable. . That said we still need a stable market which will take a little time yet as I am expecting continued volatility in days ahead. As long as they don't raise rates or do anything drastic we are in good long term shape. Again I repeat, every market drop, even the "great depression" of the 30s, is ALWAYS followed by upside. ps just imagine if we had a business and investor friendly administration that lowered taxes and other incentives: The economy, markets and likely RAD would be soaring right now.

  • nosplit nosplit Aug 25, 2015 4:35 PM Flag

    mikegraves: I also meant to tell you that if you are really concerned with the "middle class" how about we lower their taxes, get gov. off their backs,create jobs and incentives for them and inspire them to be the best they can be without the nanny state your party created. In order to do this, we need to get your party out of power and keep them out. The way its going it just might be 1980 all over again.

  • nosplit nosplit Aug 25, 2015 4:22 PM Flag

    mikegraves: I asked you a specific question that you did not/or cannot answer. As for Joe Kennedy: perhaps you missed the fact that in addition to his bootlegging activities and legendary activities with women(in case you ever wondered why the Kennedy mansion was always on water this might help to clarify it). Jumpin Joe also manipulated and rigged the market and made millions in the process so unfortunately this was a classic case of the fox guarding the chicken coup. So I will ask again: what kind of reform do we need and who is going to do it?

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    Capital Gains

    by wildonegemini Aug 25, 2015 11:22 AM
    nosplit nosplit Aug 25, 2015 4:12 PM Flag

    I am. I hope she campaigns on this and other similar type of ideas so everyone will know what she wants to do. Otherwise, Bernie Sanders will hold the title of the first known honest liberal since 1984(in that year Walter Mondull promised to raise taxes during the campaign and lost in a landslide to Ronald Reagan).

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    by gonz10150 Aug 25, 2015 3:49 PM
    nosplit nosplit Aug 25, 2015 4:07 PM Flag

    Your warm wishes are greatly appreciated

  • nosplit nosplit Aug 25, 2015 9:41 AM Flag

    How much more would you like to "regulate" the markets and just how will you do it? Remember if Obama made them go up, then he also made them go down. You can't have it both ways.

  • nosplit nosplit Aug 24, 2015 5:23 PM Flag

    Nope- the "spike down" did no such thing. In fact, RAD was actually green even as the other indexes were off by hundreds. It was even well into the green around mid-day and this is exactly what I thought it would do and said so BEFORE it happened. The reason is that it is a solid company that will run upside with proper support. Let it drop again tomorrow or the next day or so, and I will load the cannon again as I have always liked buying low and selling high.

  • nosplit nosplit Aug 24, 2015 2:17 PM Flag

    Speaking of the great Obama: I have been told over and over he made the markets go up, so it follows he must be making them drop.

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    Irrational emotion

    by robinaustin945 Aug 21, 2015 10:44 AM
    nosplit nosplit Aug 24, 2015 12:37 PM Flag

    This is the attempted spike I have been expecting and given the overall situation, is showing good overall strength. Could go 8+ for a time at least and this direction is where this stock wants to go and will with support. Big picture on RAD still very bright indeed and I have never wavered from that. btw I have put my $ where my mouth is and always do.

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    Irrational emotion

    by robinaustin945 Aug 21, 2015 10:44 AM
    nosplit nosplit Aug 22, 2015 12:05 PM Flag

    Now that the financial wizards in the fed seemed to have finally figured it out that now is not a good time to raise rates, we may be getting somewhere. First the not so good:: I don't think the bleeding(correction) is done yet, but it may spike in the next day or two .This correction is NORMAL and has been expected for a long time and it could be argued was overdue. Now for the good: RAD is a fundamentally sound stock still positioned to run, and like many here, I think there is a golden buying opportunity coming, but it may not be just yet, but is not far off. Will watch action closely and keep the old advice in mind at all times: buy low and sell high Also, every decline is ALWAYS followed by a rise. GLTA

  • nosplit nosplit Aug 21, 2015 3:29 PM Flag

    Force the US into a recession? What planet are you living on and where do you think we have been for the last seven years? The good news and there is some: Every single time in history, including the so called "great depression", a decline is ALWAYS followed by an upswing . In other words there is always a good buy and RAD is still one.

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    OT - Commodities

    by wildonegemini Aug 19, 2015 1:52 PM
    nosplit nosplit Aug 19, 2015 9:55 PM Flag

    You could add to that list the fed. I am convinced Bozo the Clown would know more about the economy. Why we allow a group of private bankers to have this much control is staggering. Just the TALK about raising rates in this terrible economy and notice what happens to the markets again. Notice also what happens to RAD. This is a fundamentally sound stock that is positioned to run, but needs ground support . And what is their "reason"? Inflation they say (in reality it is very low. During the Carter years it was out of control) I will say it again ; when interest rates rise stocks die and when they are low stocks grow. Same with taxes. RAD and the markets can and will get back on track, but no thanks to them-or Barry and the crew either.

  • nosplit nosplit Aug 17, 2015 3:45 PM Flag

    Yes and their financials are great. Still really like RAD in here and am seriously thinking about loading up even more again.

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