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rjmcbear 258 posts  |  Last Activity: 3 hours ago Member since: Nov 8, 2001
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    what happens if LINE gets delisted ?

    by jgf8u Dec 7, 2015 10:06 AM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 7, 2015 10:51 AM Flag

    Your an idiot and don't have a clue what the term delisting actually means. It's just a rule an exchange has requiring a stock to trade above a certain dollar amount. For instance the NYSE states if a security's price closed below $1.00 for 30 consecutive trading days then the exchange would initiate the delisting process. The security has10 business days to respond to a letter sent by NYSE as to how they are going to become compliant. If the exchange is satisfied with the companies plan it will continue to trade on the NYSE and will be monitored by NYSE. In other words the process is not immediate and has no bearing on the companies financial situation.

  • rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 4, 2015 12:39 PM Flag

    Most of dots posts are false as well, go figure.

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    Lube up longs! This company is run by idiots!

    by sexy2sum4u Dec 4, 2015 11:54 AM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 4, 2015 12:21 PM Flag

    Idiot alert, onto ignoreland you go with the other slackers.

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    by williamlebotschy Dec 4, 2015 9:25 AM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 4, 2015 12:02 PM Flag

    We have a surging Euro and a weaker dollar which helps oil and also China is expected to double its strategic crude oil purchases next year to take advantage of the 60 percent fall in oil prices since June 2014. Beijing will add 70-90 million barrels of crude to storage tanks in 2016 to build up its strategic petroleum reserves. Combine this with the cutbacks in the US along with the stoppage of new projects and the world could actually see a shortage of oil by the end of next year or early 2017. Hang in there Line the future doesn't look as bad as some here think.

  • Nice quarter all things considered. No divvy cut and increased buy backs should get this headed north again. Rising interest rates should add more upward thrust as well.

  • rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 2, 2015 10:14 PM Flag

    The Treaty of Tripoli (Treaty of Peace and Friendship between the United States of America and the Bey and Subjects of Tripoli of Barbary) was the first treaty concluded between the United States and Tripolitania, signed at Tripoli on November 4, 1796, and at Algiers (for a third-party witness) on January 3, 1797. It was submitted to the Senate by President John Adams, receiving ratification unanimously from the U.S. Senate on June 7, 1797, and signed by Adams, taking effect as the law of the land on June 10, 1797.

    It has attracted attention in recent decades because of a clause in Article 11 stating that "the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion."

  • rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 2, 2015 1:49 PM Flag

    " What is it about the fact that it was a Christian society that adopted our Declaration and Constitution that you dislike?"

    That is YOUR opinion and is not backed by fact. There is NO mention of God, Jesus, the bible or the word Christianity ANYWHERE in the Constitution which is considered the law of the land.

    From the book, "Inventing a Christian America: The Myth of the Religious Founding."

    The political events of the period also support the conclusion that the founders intended to institute a secular-based form of governance.

    In a short span of 16 years (1775-1791), the nation was transformed from maintaining religious establishments in nine of 13 colonies to achieving disestablishment at the national level and in 10 new states (or 11, depending on how one views Vermont).

    At the same time, the United States became the first nation in history to abolish religious disqualifications from office holding and civic engagement. The founders purposely created a nation that based its legitimacy on popular will, not on some higher power.

    If one refines the question to ask whether the Founding Fathers were motivated to act as they did based on their Christian faith, the answer becomes a little murkier, but the response is still "no."

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    Indexes, baskets, etc.

    by fgddd Dec 2, 2015 12:50 PM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 2, 2015 1:29 PM Flag

    ISIS has committed several terrorist attacks in Saudi Arabia as well as Kuwait and have killed many.

  • rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 2, 2015 12:51 PM Flag

    "Muhammad, by inventing Islam, and teaching a religious duty to force everyone in the world to adopt Islam or be killed or enslaved, and a religious duty to kill any muslim who left Islam and anyone who insulted Muhammad or Islam,"

    In 1833, Justice Joseph Story of the United States Supreme Court, a devout Unitarian who believed that Christianity bulwarked the social order, deplored Jefferson's view that Christianity was not part of the common law. Parliamentary law had fixed the "death penalty for heresy", and many statutes had been enacted to enforce Christian rites and doctrines.

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    Post tax loss selling;;;;

    by j.coolaid Dec 2, 2015 10:38 AM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 2, 2015 12:25 PM Flag

    NO, I received my letter in September. But the liquidations by Fido started on Monday of this week and will continue into next week.

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    Obama does it again.

    by norrishappy Nov 16, 2015 12:03 PM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 2, 2015 12:12 PM Flag

    "Common sense tells a person a leader does not bring in 10,000+ more Muslims who can not be vetted."

    If they don't pass the vetting process they don't get in. Why would you even investigate them if you were going to admit them regardless of the outcome. They have to go through a VERY difficult process that involves the National Counterterrorism Center, the FBI's Terrorist Screening Center, and the Departments of State, Defense and Homeland Security. Refugees from Syria are then subject to additional screening that looks at where they came from and what caused them to flee their home, stories that are checked out. All of this occurs before a refugee is allowed to set foot in the country and it takes at least 18 months or much longer.
    As far as responsibility for division in this country look no further then Trump and you "Christian" right wing wackos! The rhetoric coming from you all is quite embarrassing to normal people and disturbing to most as well.

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    Post tax loss selling;;;;

    by j.coolaid Dec 2, 2015 10:38 AM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 2, 2015 11:45 AM Flag

    This is how and why.
    To ensure that investments that are made available in BrokerageLink consistently operate within the underlying tax objectives of retirement savings plans, the BrokerageLink offering is now removing certain security types from the offering. Securities being removed (and no longer eligible) are those that are in an investment category that may generate unrelated business taxable income (“UBTI”). UBTI can create a taxable event for the Plan requiring the filing of a tax return and paying an income tax on those earnings. UBTI is reported on a Form Schedule K-1. Investment categories no longer eligible in your BrokerageLink account include Master Limited Partnerships and Exchange Traded Funds of the limited partnership structure.
    Since one of the primary purposes of a tax qualified retirement plan is to allow plan participants to save in a tax-deferred manner for retirement, investments categories that may generate UBTI are inconsistent with this objective and can no longer be held or purchased within your BrokerageLink Account.

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    Post tax loss selling;;;;

    by j.coolaid Dec 2, 2015 10:38 AM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 2, 2015 11:32 AM Flag

    Fidelity is forcing some accounts to liquidate any and all MLP's. You had until 4pm on 11-27-15 to do it yourself. Any MLP's not sold by the 27th will be sold by Fido within 7 business days, meaning up to Dec,8th 2015. So some of this downward pressure could be related to this.

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    Obama does it again.

    by norrishappy Nov 16, 2015 12:03 PM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 2, 2015 11:26 AM Flag

    I don't know what you were watching or when but all of the Terrorists have been identified and none were refugees. PS, Americans aren't refugees and I'm not surprised to see you side with your old buddy.

    The Identities of the eight people directly involved can be broken down as follows:

    Bilal Hadfi, 20 - French (living in Belgium)

    Ismaël Omar Mostefaï, 29 - French

    Samy Amimour, 28 - French

    Ibrahim Abdeslam, 31 - French (living in Belgium)

    Salah Abdeslam, 26 - French (living in Belgium)

    Hamza Attou, 21 - Belgian

    Mohamed Amri, 27 - Belgian (born in Morocco)

    *Eighth suspect (unidentified) carrying stolen passport in name of 'Ahmad al-Mohammad', 25 - from Idlib, Syria

    The alleged mastermind is Abdelhamid Abaaoud, 27, from Belgium.

    All of them are EU passport holders, and while one was born in Morocco, others were born and raised in France and Belgium before being radicalized.

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    Obama does it again.

    by norrishappy Nov 16, 2015 12:03 PM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 2, 2015 10:39 AM Flag

    "Obama will lie and bring in 200k+ people. Mostly military age males."

    Another lie, The actual number is 10,000 not 200,000 and the majority will be women and children. The vetting process takes takes 18 months or longer, meaning refugees are arriving in the U.S. at a very slow pace compared to the numbers by which they are arriving in Europe. Try to stick to facts every once in awhile.

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    Obama does it again.

    by norrishappy Nov 16, 2015 12:03 PM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 2, 2015 9:43 AM Flag

    "Some of the terrorists who struct Paris were in the refugee flow."

    As usual you were wrong again, jumping to conclusions and accepting the right wing rhetoric as truth. Also as usual you never had the decency to retract your false statement much like your guy Trump. I guess lying is okay in your world as long as you spend that hour in church on Sunday.

    The Paris Terrorists were "All European Nationals" and "Not Syrian Refugees." Maybe in the future you might try doing a little research at a non-biased sight before you put your foot in your own mouth, but then again I guess you can't teach an old dog new tricks, right.

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    by cccbondguy Nov 25, 2015 3:48 PM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 1, 2015 3:09 PM Flag

    Ron you seem assured that Line will file for BK. When do you foresee this taking place?

  • rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 1, 2015 12:15 PM Flag

    " But it does me no injury for my neighbour to say there are twenty gods, or no god. It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg."

    Thomas Jefferson was always reluctant to reveal his religious beliefs to the public, but at times he would speak to and reflect upon the public dimension of religion. He was raised as an Anglican, but was influenced by English "deists" such as Bolingbroke and Shaftesbury. Thus in the spirit of the Enlightenment, he made the following recommendation to his nephew Peter Carr in 1787: "Question with boldness even the existence of a god; because, if there be one, he must more approve the homage of reason, than that of blindfolded fear."1 In Query XVII of Notes on the State of Virginia, he clearly outlines the views which led him to play a leading role in the campaign to separate church and state and which culminated in the Statute of Virginia for Religious Freedom: "The rights of conscience we never submitted, we could not submit. We are answerable for them to our God. The legitimate powers of government extend to such acts only as are injurious to others. But it does me no injury for my neighbour to say there are twenty gods, or no god. It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg. ... Reason and free enquiry are the only effectual agents against error.2 Jefferson's religious views became a major public issue during the bitter party conflict between Federalists and Republicans in the late 1790s when Jefferson was often accused of being an "atheist."

  • rjmcbear rjmcbear Dec 1, 2015 12:12 AM Flag

    He also said, "All persons shall have full and free liberty of religious opinion; nor shall any be compelled to frequent or maintain any religious institution."
    "Christianity neither is, nor ever was, a part of the common law."

  • Reply to

    MAIN and the FED

    by moonapps Nov 28, 2015 7:29 PM
    rjmcbear rjmcbear Nov 30, 2015 5:05 PM Flag

    Historically BDC"s are the ones to hold in a rising interest rate environment and REIT"s are the ones to unload.