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.
The Street puts out computer generated gibberish on a lot of stocks and doesn't have any idea of the company's current fundamentals. I bet they have never listened to a single MCC conference call. Maybe Mutual Funds would better suit you.
Carter wasn't named in the original thread but I did reply to your previous Carter reference. You call them ramblings I call them historical facts which you probably won't hear on Fox.
Short Interest (Shares Short) 3,005,300
Days To Cover (Short Interest Ratio) 1.5
Short Percent of Float 2.83 %
Short Interest - Prior 3,780,600
Short % Increase / Decrease -20.51%
What does Carter have to do with Iran's uranium. The foundations for Iran's nuclear program were laid on 5 March 1957 by Eisenhower. President Gerald Ford signed a directive in 1976 offering Tehran the chance to buy and operate a U.S.-built reprocessing facility for extracting plutonium from nuclear reactor fuel. After the coup the Ayatollah placed little emphasis on nuclear weapons development because it was viewed as a suspicious western innovation. In fact many of Iran’s top scientists fled the country while the United States organized an international campaign to block any nuclear assistance to Iran during Carter's Presidency. The reason the hostages were taken to begin with was Carter and the US allowed the Shah into the US for cancer treatments which #$%$ off the Iranians because they wanted to put him on trial. BTW the Shah was no saint and was not "abandoned" by Carter. Also I can't fault Carter for a failed rescue attempt, he tried and the military failed to get it done, #$%$ happens. So there's your answer gumby!
I guess you didn't take the time to follow the thread. Carter was never in the discussion but was a much better President than credit given sort of the opposite of Reagan meaning more credit than deserved. Reagan Republicans claimed credit for much of America's long-range military buildup that helped win the cold war. But it was Carter who proposed deployment of 200 MX missiles in hardened silos to counter a Soviet buildup. (Under Reagan, only 50 were actually deployed.) Cruise missiles and the B-2 Stealth bomber technology were also born under Carter. He negotiated the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty still in effect and also negotiated the Panama Canal treaties without military action which is what Reagan and the Republicans wanted to do. Not a single drop of American blood was lost during his Presidency.
There are currently 117 stocks on Nasdaq, with above 20% of float short that are considered candidates for the very rare short squeeze and Line is NOT one of them. Line only has about 6% of float short so I don't know why so many think every big move up is a short squeeze or one in the making. It is much healthier if smart investors are coming in to take advantage of an over sold stock. Overhead resistance will be much weaker if most of the new buyers are long for the distribution and less likely to sell after a few bucks increase.
Linn Energy LLC (NASDAQ: LINE) +15.7% - Despite a downgrade from Baird, shares are up sharply. The rise in price may be a result of the company announcement late Monday that Linn Energy and LinnCO have closed the previously announced sale of Granite Wash and Cleveland Properties for $350 million.
Are you saying the CIA did provide 9/11 intelligence? Or are you just ranting about Clinton's bj and Feinstein exposing the Bush-Chaney torture cover up. BTW, John McCain agrees with Senator Feinstein. I think Americas haters knew about Gitmo torture long ago, well before we did.
I believe the CIA would beg to differ. The lack of intelligence originated in the Oval office and was magnified with the arrogance of Chaney the bird hunter.