Or you can buy a fleece jacket from the co/stock that Cramer was pumping this evening.
In a way. They both have blonde hair.
It's so classic that my tV might be watching me, and every program watched is noted in the Biggest Database, which has been around for decades, but has become more sophisticated in the perving eyes that watch what you watch. And folks pay to have every keystroke and photo recorded by ISP services is a known, and a good thing to limit illegal activities. Yet, the semblance of privacy is tossed out, and why would folks pay for "security monitors" inside or outside their homes? Their TV does not care who watches what, and much the revenues generated are more than ever imagined in Orwell's "1984."
Every light bulb, video device, tv, computer, etc., is something between a camera and a broadcasting unit.
You decide which is which!
You USA boys don't use the word "frock."
And Guy A. can't keep his fingers out of the air. These actors are better than watching a big screen/big name movie. Julia's hair must have been curled by unused fire extinguishers.
What's up with the sweater vest trend on CNBC staff?
Blu, the points and number are tagged. The biggest problem is no matter how low it allgoes, retail was in stock/indices/MFs, and maybe some bonds had all fully invested at the top. Show of hands here for my paltry "investments." I'll lose some money also. And the cash I let sit might be available to purchase food, land, shelter, and maybe some for stocks in commodities.
Not short, but I can't wait the see the really good opportunities to choose from the crater. "Hetty" who lives in the state where Moonbeam governs.
Like a disappointing session between the sheets.
The Federal Reserve was dressed like a #$%$ when they were forced to raise the paltry .25 in December of 2015.
Their choices are to take it all off, or go for the big paying statement event.
A most astute observation.
When the media shill stated, the swan song of: Closed for a staff meeting and will reopen after the lunch rush.
Cushing must be full, as social media stocks are still pumped. Nat gas is perhaps in oversupply.
I know it is expensive to shut down and reopen a drilled well/platform. Crude has been on the downslide for about 18 months or longer, (I haven't checked the charts). The reason behind it is???
When social media and shopping/retail/apparel stocks were soaring during the same time? Really? Every sector has its 15 weeks of fame, and then the next big thing is touted.
Nothing is going to happen without oil. Many electric plants are oil fired, in one form or another.
How odd that my typing always seems to contain misspellings; ideas, thoughts, comments?
Green, of course. But did you notice the obvious?
Nobody uses WTI or Brent crude any longer? In the USA, the coal industry has been raped in public. Are we going back to the days of using chopped down trees for an energy source? And solar panels and accessories aren't created without a first line energy source on the production line. Hydro power is another animal that feeds on a creation resource.
The global economy runs on oil, gold, and currencies. Take your pick and lay your bets.
It's OK. One of the most lift ya up songs ever.
Those call options on the weeklies, now how does that work? Puts are workin' now.
I'm so bored with looking for a day job, and it's been fascinating writing and posting. Watching y'all has been a mulit year degree experience. Even tho I don't have one.
If your puts weren't already registered for an upside swing. They will rape you coming and going.
It' is a business model that works, so far and so well.
I want my country to succeed in the global markets, and to not ripoff those who purchased our debt, goods, service, and now land. Too much infusion of the money of another tells me we don't have enough to float our own economy.
Don't get so excited.
The MANdatory lending means another round of pulse providing people can get a loan for anything.