dar, schwab also was 53.9353. again for those who haven't initiated discount drip from etp at schawb, you can call 800 4354000 to talk to a broker and get it started
agree iam. i use ignore and i see hidden message after message which fill up the pages. flag button is ok, but don't want to waste anymore time on this whacko wierdo.
have always gotten the drip w/ etp (for 5 yrs now) through charles schwab (at the discount price after I made the call to ask for it). has something changed?
good questions all.
anti obama, anti clinton, anti liberal, anti muslim, anti v ceo schwartz, anti homosexual/cross-dresser/transgender, pro homeless, pro poor, pro greedy names, pro caps, says hahaha alot, and calls everyone son to show superiority. probably additional themes. can't remember. keep putting the aliases on ignore.
wrap it all up, and what have you got? a disgruntled former v employee or shareholder? wants revenge for perceived injustices? compelled to dominate/bully anonymously? dunno
regardless, a definite whack job for sure
this is all good advice. as soon as he knows it's ok to go, will be more inclined not to hide and go somewhere else. praise/tone of voice/a comforting pet, etc. when he goes in the right place...preferably outside. it does take time. better you ask here than no where.
do i know u? working @ cf in sf many yrs ago? regardless, like this stock too.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
yes it was cut & paste...and you know what?...it was new commentary, not the same ole crapola from you. have a good day now.
hey dumb nuts, this isn't your board (although you like to think so by populating it with crapola all the time).
gee thanks greedy...this is critically important, and all about visa on the visa board?
oh looky, something new? oh guess not.. same ole, same ole from greedy & company.
by Marilyn Alva in today's Investors Business Daily:
"Investors will look for commentary on potential growth in China and other business drivers when Visa (NYSE:V) and MasterCard (NYSE:MA) report their March ending quarters this week, MasterCard on Wednesday morning and Visa late Thursday.
Shares of the two giant card networks jumped last week on news that China would soon give foreign card companies access to its bank clearing system, essentially ending China UnionPay's monopoly.
Both stocks have been climbing the last few years. In particular, they have jumped after strong earnings reports in the prior two quarters.
For its fiscal Q2 quarter ending in March, Visa's earnings are expected to see a rare decline, however, by 2% to 62 cents a share, largely due to an unusual tax benefit in the same quarter a year earlier, which helped lift earnings 31% then.
Analysts expect Visa's next two quarters to resume double-digit growth, however — 20% and 24%, respectively — and end the year up 14%, according to a Thomson Reuters poll.
MasterCard's earnings are seen rising 10% in Q1 to 80 cents a share and ending the year up 12%.
Visa is an IBD Leaderboard stock, one of a select group of companies seen having potential for bigger gains.
Visa tried to break out last week on the China news, briefly hitting a new high before settling for more modest gains. The stock is currently about 3% below its buy point and all-time high.
Visa is seen benefitting from strong bank issuing partnerships, especially JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) in credit cards.
And next April, it will start processing cards issued by Citigroup (NYSE:C) for Costco Wholesale (NASDAQ:COST), replacing American Express (NYSE:AXP).
MasterCard also shot up last week on the China news, coming close to a record high. The stock has been consolidating for the past few sessions, about 3% off the Feb. 26 high of 93.
and remember they all work off the backbone of visanet transaction processing network.