loser ... with what brokerage house did you do that? or is that another LIE? China still stinks at futbol nonetheless.
Whomever is buying and selling, there is a substantial volume so far this AM.
As for Margin Calls, as an FYI, Scottrade for example does not allow stocks below $3/share to be margined.
Bad news for employees, good news for company (supply constriction).
More in the welfare state. Anyone want a gyro for lunch?
Well green genius, should I sell now or hold? All can measure your prowess in stock price selecting. Give it up, all ears. Come on, don't chicken out now.
Yeah, if you don't understand the difference between Iron and Steel, don't mind oxidation problems and located in backwoods India. Iron is not steel.
What does that mean? Is that even a sentence? Haven't lost a penny in years. CNC is going gangbusters and ACI is sickly. It happens. Should I sell tomorrow at open? Let's track your advice.
From the EIA "Coal supplied 83% of Missouri's net electricity generation in 2013.". Guess what, no coal, no Cardinals, no Royals, no Rams, no Blues, no Anheuser-Busch (no beer, OMG!), no Express Scripts (no drugs, OMG!), etc.
Thermal and Met will be back. What is the substitute for Met again to make steel?
Did you see Japan has now stopped promising a 25% cut in GHG by 2020 and instead guaranteeing a 3% rise in GHG by the same year?
Wow. Much better than coal, GHG, CO2 and global warming blathering!
Hey Bill. Indeed it is dark out.
Did you see Japan has now stopped promising a 25% cut in GHG by 2020 and instead guaranteeing a 3% rise in GHG by the same year? Germany is burning lignite like it is going out-of-style in Europe. Canada dumped Kyoto in 2011 and now is on the 'I don't give a rip' bandwagon.
Common sense can only be squashed for so long.
CANBERRA, Australia—After almost a decade of heated political debate, Australia has become the world's first developed nation to repeal carbon laws that put a price on greenhouse-gas emissions.
In a vote that could highlight the difficulty in implementing additional measures to reduce carbon emissions ahead of global climate talks next year in Paris, Australia's Senate on Thursday voted 39-32 to repeal a politically divisive carbon emissions price that contributed to the fall from power of three Australian leaders since it was first suggested in 2007.
Australia, the world's 12th largest economy, is one of the world's largest per capita greenhouse gas emitters due to its reliance on coal-burning power stations to power homes and industry. In 2011, daily emissions per head amounted to 49.3 kilograms (108 pounds), almost four times higher than the global average of 12.8 kilograms, and slightly ahead of the U.S. figure of 48.2 kilograms.
Interesting. The green community is all aflutter now, as they should be. What is in store for America come election day where our CO2 output is less per capita than Australia's (source: US EIA).
Are you #$%$? Who do you think I am? You are as confused as you are stupid.
Besides that, dummy, what did I state above that was incorrect, dummy?
Well, errhhh, ummhhh, aren't the words clowns and politicians synonyms for one another? Who cares what party. The need to stay in power always seems to trump the need to do what is right, or so they tell me.
And booom, they blow-up 23 Americans aboard a Malaysian flight at 34,000 feet (don't believe any 'separatist' misleading comments, they don't have the ground-to-air technology, it was Russian military).
That was funny, you are going to make a delivery to a Dave Thomas' daughter? Huh? Man, you need help.
Wow, what a walking dead meltdown. Must have downed the entire bottle of stupid pills. Sad.
You just aren't bright enough to understand if you don't sell, there is no loss. What is the big difference for anyone who has a DCA of 5 whether they are down 35% or 40%. They just wait it out.
Of course zombies think all companies whose stock is low will go bankrupt, zombie thinking. They don't understand FCF, debt maturities, CapEx reductions, etc.. Zombies only eat brains.