Seems he they are forced to sell equities but can buy bonds before they take over. I wonder if that is true. I thought that was the case. That would be ridiculous, since he has been pushing bonds up up up with the $85B per month.
Brings tapering forward.
He's hugging it, why? Hugging the bones? He finally got a #$%$ !
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