Tacken, to buy or not to buy, is yours alone my friend. As it is your money.
As for me, I am fully invested at this time.
Buy slowly if you are unsure. Do you really think this is a one billion SP company?
Hey goofy, he did not say how he confirmed it or how it was confirmed, only that it is confirmed. So sleep well.
This is a test, because what I posted would not post.
"The American left should start paying attention to the Wall Street Journal’s Jason Riley. His name is on the rise. An editorial board member of one of the nation’s most well-known publications, a paper
that boasts an average weekday circulation of 2.4 million and falls under the umbrella of Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News empire, Riley has a new book out, “Please Stop Helping Us: How Liberals Make It Harder for Blacks to Succeed,” which is beginning to pick up steam. This weekend, he’ll be featured on C-SPAN to talk about it. A few days ago, he sat down with Lou Dobbs. Before that, Bill O’Reilly. Now, his name is being praised by the National Journal (who called him an author who “annihilates nonsense”) and circulating throughout the Twittersphere as a man who has written “a great primer on race.”
As an African-American columnist, Riley has built his brand by diverging from the “black liberal” moniker. In fact, his career has been predicated on maintaining a conspicuous level of skepticism toward the “Lean Forward” stylings of MSNBC and the left’s alleged coziness with black America. He once said: “I think there’s a pattern at MSNBC of them hiring black mediocrities like Melissa Harris-Perry, Michael Eric Dyson, Touré and, of course — the granddaddy of them all — Al Sharpton, simply to race-bait.” Quite often he goes “against the grain” (much like ESPN’s Jason Whitlock). Perhaps this explains why a friend and former colleague of his at the WSJ lauded Riley for being an “affable” editorialist “who came to his views as a college student reading writers such as George Will and Charles Krauthammer in the otherwise liberal Buffalo News,” an independent thinker whose mind was heavily influenced by the works of “economist Tom Sowell and historian Shelby Steele, black thinkers who rejected the liberal pieties about race.”"
Jacks you sold and never looked back? Props brother....
Are you ready to do it again? Your timing is a wonder. Grey is correct. Take a new look at the pipeline and Get back in before it goes back over 14 again. Then go look at a post you made to Mabio about " if the stock makes $14. By the way, he is still shorting...., from $8 to $39, and back to $14 again. It has been a wild one.
We had one hiccup, 1135 in DDD, the boys in Ohio could not fill the dance card, so Celldex shelved the study. 1127 and the rest of the pipe look very strong.
At what point will this President be responsible for anything in your mind, Fug? After all, Obama has been president for 5 years, 177days, 2hour and 41min, and counting.
And I thought you leftist have been saying Obama-nomics is working, and the economy is doing great?
Frank, that (your comments) was wrong on many levels. Keep the decorum my friend.
That said, you are completely correct.
And yesterday, a VA employee testified that the VA was destroying years of unprocessed VA patient documents. Funny how with so many scandals happening at the same time, the VA issue has taken a back seat again.
bcrx, did you actually write this? "Ray is a rightwinger. They, invariably, hate our servicemen and servicewomen, same as they hate Jesus."
Dude, you need help.
Don't get me wrong, Hall. Everyone can think what ever they wish, so I completely agree with you on that. The article was just so lopsided to the left, that I just wanted to thank the poster for his clarity of position, as he said nothing, only posted the extremely left leanings of another.
I will usually tell you what I think, but I am also quite tolerant of other views. Until that view is at odds with our constitution, or laws. And if either need changing, we have methods for doing both.
And Ago, you have got to be kidding, right? Have you read your postings?