I count 9 computer generated articles since Dec,16th by the Street telling us why Line or Lnco is down for that day. No ulterior motives, right. I thought Zacks stuff was garbage, the Street takes their stench to another level. Happy Holidays everybody!
selling just 4 or 5 weeks ago would have saved much heartache but it definitely is a bit too late now. Average in over the next 6 months or so is my advice.
So you're getting assistance from the state? The Republicans have did nothing to improve or help the ACA. They wasted a lot of time and money in the process trying to get rid of it more than 50 times while accomplishing NOTHING else the last 6 years. The ACA is here to stay get over it and stop believing the BS the Pubs and Fox and been putting out there the last few years. Everyone deserves affordable, quality health care not just the wealthy. I've been paying for my own since retirement a few years ago with no help from government, I might add. I was originally denied before ACA because I was told by Carefirst my BMI was off by 5 LBS. They never asked for my health records and never contacted my doctor. I appealed and won after my doctor wrote a letter saying if they denied me they would have to deny 75% of population based on my physical condition meaning no maintenance drugs, no high blood pressure or diabetes. I work out 2 or 3 times a week, run or ride my back each week as well. We need the ACA because it was a crime the way health care providers cherry picked before denying folks with so called preexisting conditions.
"why would I be forced to by medical insurance, I do not want to pay for that."
So when you get sick and don't have health insurance who will pay for that trip to the ER? If the idiots to the right wouldn't have fought this and delayed it the whole time maybe there would be more signed up by now and the cost would come down as well. I find it amusing that the governors who are calling for less federal control and more state control are the ones who refused to take control of their state exchanges which automatically forced it to go to the federal exchange instead. The hypocrisy on the right is disgusting and shameful as well. Fools voting for fools! I guess you still believe those Reagan tax breaks for the 1 percenters will trickle down by Christmas.
Very deceptive heading Marketcrotch, you should be ashamed of your very misleading title.
Poor Miss Piggy, someone overheard the tard screaming you look just like a hog right before the
assault. Sick tard he is!
AP, Business Insider The iPhone has taken off. A note from analysts at Morgan Stanley estimates Apple could sell up to 70 million iPhones this quarter.
If the average selling price of the iPhone is $605, then that would be $42.3 billion in revenue.
That's up from Morgan Stanley's initial estimate that Apple would sell 62 million iPhones. Morgan Stanley is tracking iPhone demand using web search analysis.
It's going to be a monster quarter for the iPhone, featuring both holiday sales and the first full quarter the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were available. Apple has already said the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have combined for the most successful launch ever.
This isn't the first time we've heard about Apple's record quarter. UBS also predicted Apple would sell about 70 million iPhones.
Apple sold 51 million iPhones in its previous holiday quarter.
Morgan Stanley's note also says growth in China, one of the most important markets for the iPhone, is tracking 3x global year over year growth. Sales in the US are tracking in line with global year-over-year growth.
The 50 day is $55.50 and the 200 is $51.10 so it's a $1 buck below the 50 you said it's in free fall which is not the case at all. It will recover at some point, this should be a great quarter but if you are worried sell heading into earnings call and by mutual funds.
Free fall? It's trading at or above it's 50 day and 200 day moving averages and yesterday was near a 52 week high, what "free fall" are you referring to? It looks to be trading down in sympathy with Nike today.
Cramer was an editor for SmartMoney magazine, and was accused of unethically combining his investing and reporting activities when he bought stocks that he recommended just before the recommendation article came out, contributing to a $2 million personal gain. Today, Cramer is barred by CNBC from trading stocks with his personal funds although he makes picks and sells his recommendations.
You apparently aren't aware of the Shah and his relationship with the Iranian people. He was not well liked by the majority and the coup was the will of the people. The Shah was ruthless, spent extravagant amounts of money on himself and family while forcing Iranians, who were traditional Muslim's to "modernize" which most didn't want to do at that time. He hosted leaders and celebrities from around the world while much his nation was struggling with poverty and drought. Carter was smart to not get involved trying to Americanize another country while putting our military at risk in "another" hopeless situation. You do realize our puppet's have come back to haunt us far more often than not.