He's hugging it, why? Hugging the bones? He finally got a #$%$ !
Is it tax free? Tax free bones?
Considering that Japan had breeder reactors in the early 1970's, and the Chinese are pretty on top of things these days, I wonder what the Chinese are thinking; do they want to see Beijing and Shanghai get evaporated? Knowing that the Chinese would retaliate, the #$%$ would have to finish them off. The Chinese like to play those war movies, showing the terrible injustice that the #$%$ did to them 100 years ago. They need to play some different movies and let sleeping dogs die. The consequences are not so hot for them. Japan is not such a large country, they can't take a serious nuclear hit, they would have to totally destroy China. You back a dog into a corner and it has no choice but bite.
look at a 3 year chart of stockcharts for example and look at the 145 level.
Time for a repeat of the April 2011 drop through the 200 dma.
20% last time, 20% this time points to $145
stocks go up, stocks go down, stocks go up, stocks go down; it's called Beta
time for a November crash; been going up on very light volume; like a roller coaster climbing slowly
can they make a profit? what about sales tax, is that in place yet?
check the data, wmt is from yahoo finance (quarter)
Wmt makes money though
but, 24% growth is pretty good!
I can't think it through. It's growing sales fast, still. But no profit?
There was some "news" the other day that wmt was beefing up their internet to compete with Amzn. I wonder if they are losing sales. Maybe it's just an internet sales thing, like internet sales in general is growing. So convenient.
I think he headed up the software trading portion of a hedge fund, before starting this business. I wonder if they actually take it to $400. Not long, not short, not going to trade it, just checking because of the news.
if they aren't charging tax and start, they they (in effect) roughly $3.4 billion per year or lose sales perhaps
Unless they still manage to sell the stuff at a higher price, but that is why folks to Amazon, well convenience too
A Cessna can fly about a mile or so high. That's how much air we have. It's like a balloon stretched over a basketball, the atmosphere compared to the 9000 mile diameter of the Earth. But we are driving around in it in SUV's like that makes sense. It's doesn#$%$ assninestupid. When 1/3 of the oil reserves are used up, the Earth may be a desert. Things are happening fast and having 100 different countries helps put things out of control. It's supply and demand for now, but the big picture means alternative energy sources will come into play: nuclear, solar, wind, and maybe houses will get insulated. Most of the energy is wasted at this point. I want to get to work. Do I really need to drag along a 2500 pound car, or a 3500 pound SUV? Proably a bicycle with a motor (a Vespa or scooter with a cover) would get me there at 100 mpg plus. Those Nissan Leafs are supposed to have 129 mpg equivalent. Time for some drastic changes. People are dying because of this nonsense.
Of course, you have computers manipulating the market and 401K money being donated. Government went back to work, time to throw their investment money out the window and into the hands of Wall Street.
I just can't believe the market keeps going up.
this is a critical time, double top or break out.
Time for a sell off. Al Gore is right. We are driving around in our atmosphere in SUV's. How stupid. The oil can't be burned without destroying the Earth. So the oil market is greatly overbought.
That would be my guess. Look at government spending. It has to slow and has slowed. Look at IBM that relies heavily on government contracts. I feel strongly that we will have a correction, but I thought that a long time ago. By the way, it's time to restructure the way our government works, like voting for issues and not for politicians and voting down government spending and voting for a balanced budget. It's like we are getting robbed. I think it's sell the news. Not like the news was good. Debt to go up another trillion dollars. The interest is about equal to the military budget, which is way too high.