I guess someone or more of you got the board police to remove my entire post including your replies. This after I said I not going to respond anymore.
I see that children are allowed to post on the BAC MB. Too funny.
I understand the inclination to give a poster a second chance, reilly. I have done it myself.
But, few posters ever really change their "spots". Once a short or an enemy of the company, it's almost impossible to turn them from the "dark side".
This was passed down to me by Obi-Wan Kenobi himself. So take that to heart, junior skywalker...
Right on both count if memory serves, chiro. Speaking to your second point, they work with their clients to help them identify the most promising candidates out of a larger pool to cut the clients total cost per Murphy. Love it!
Agreed, reilly. Going to put toppa (realtoppa's evil twin) on "ignore" too.
And, while I'm at it, I'm putting the "twit" there too. Probably the same person.
Out of those countries, China is the one I worry about most. It is my hope that its leaders and economic people figure out a sensible strategy to grow their GDP without imploding from within (i.e. curb retail margin trading without destroying their growth -- good luck with that...).
If they navigate that minefield, and Europe attends to their debt problems, the world economy has a decent chance to keep growing. Quite a few "ifs", I know, but there it is, imo.
This excerpt from story from Athens a couple hours ago:
Olivier Blanchard, director of research at the International Monetary Fund, says Greece's troubles pose little threat to the broader global economy.
In a statement Thursday, Blanchard said the world economy has "withstood the stress tests of the last two weeks fairly well."
Blanchard noted that Greece makes up just 2 percent of the 19-nation eurozone's economy and less than 0.5 percent of the world's economy.
"We continue to hope for and work toward a positive solution by which Greece remains in the eurozone," he says. "There is little question that Greece is suffering and may suffer even more under the scenario of a disorderly exit from the Eurozone. But the effects on the rest of the world economy are likely to be limited."
reilly: An attempt o stir the po by shorts or enemies of the company. Nothing more.
That said, it's created a great buying opp after the smoke clears about Greece and now China. Gathering dollars as we "speak"...
and adding when posible
Agreed. Everything's been discussed, rehashed, etc. ad infinitum. Real longs are waiting with realistic expectations of good reports in the coming months. And adding to our holdings as we go.
Simple as that.