Funny thing is, when he removed his, all my replies went up in smoke too. But, he lost on NC, Tulsa, OK State, Utah from what I recall though, so 4 of his nine picks were losing ones.
And, well, Navy by 23, that high powered Tulsa offense, well, Navy controlled the clock.
Baylor up by 17. Utah lost by like 8. NC didnt cover in OT, Think OK state lost too. Feeling good louis? I think not! Damn, well, at least it better than your stock forcats. Book it Danno!
Good call on the Ohio State (except on the OS wins) game I must say.
Maryland, starter out, then back up left, knew at that point was done deal, anything can happen, nice call. Glad I said I wouldn't bet on that one. NC not sure seen 6.5 spread, not sure there, but didn't blow out.
I'll give you the MSU game, I'll call NC a push, and now we see what Navy/Tulsa can do.
OK, now IU down 4. Still have a shot on two cards. So far NC not covering and Michigan a push. Me gonna head out and see how clean the wash comes out.
See, like I said, anything can happen. Maryland quarterback out, sick. So, now might look like IU might have a better shot. Don't know how you gave him whatever he got. Tulsa, well the Navy game is ball control, and you can't rack up 40 points if you don't have the ball. Notre Dame only team to score more than 21 points against Navy, Tulsa may, but 40? Navy has scored more than 40 in 4 of 8 wins, and the least points they have scored was, yup, against ND with only 24 in that loss.
You forgot one, feeling good louis. Not sure about a few them picks though NC vs Va Tech, in Blacksburg, Beemers last home show. Tulsa vs Navy and the triple option. Think Ohio State too strong. Wouldn't bet on 3 of them, too close to call, one turnover, or a bad call from ref could impact, so I would take Indiana, OK State and Utah off my list, but if a had a bookie holding a gun to my head, would take the 3 home teams. Just saying.
Yeah I think maybe you are right. Seriously doubt he would have taken the time to remove all his "meaningful posts" himself. seems it would take some time, and mostly a waste of time that could have been better used doing something meaningful. Oh well guess his latest post suits him to a T, "can't fix stupid".
Hmm I would spread it out to maybe $5,000 in 6 different stocks. I still like O, but if you do buy a REIT, buy in a ROTH account for maximum benefit. Others to consider, maybe AAPL, AMGN or GLD, WEC a nice utility and good yield. Maybe VZ (I own) or T, and check out oil companies maybe CVX or XOM. When oil prices rebound they should rebound nicely. I know conservative for the most, but reinvest the dividends automatically or, hold them until the end of the year (be around $1,100 to invest) and add to the position you feel offers the best value. Portfolio will start you off with about a 3.5% yield, but should grow in time, and seems you have that on you ride. And for the record I do hold AAPL, AMGN, CVX, O, VZ and WEC. Just giving examples of what I hold and therefore know. Do your own DD, and good luck.
Makes one wonder if he talking with himself. Weird how they so friendly, and wart a name calling backstabbing, no good sonna you know what to everyone else here.............
Oh, I don't stress about a wart. Now if something was said, backed up and had me wondering, should I buy, or should I hold or even should I sell, maybe then a tad a stress, but the lil bit of inconsequential drivel the wart oozes, just makes me shake my head and say why..................... Silence from you was golden, you are a step below the you won't believe it, I made a killing just search wartmademerich you know them spammers
I really miss the time you were gone, you know when you said you were out of here and never coming back. Well, was like a dream.
I am in at $1.18, after taking 1/3 off around $6 and another 1/3 around $7. So, figure buyout might be around $10.
I am going to hold my GE stock, and see what SYF does after. Thinking maybe it will go down in price, maybe more than the 7% discount offered to GE shareholders. Then I will decide, do I want/need SYF in my portfolio or not.
Oh, so those that might have owned it since 1969 when it was founded (not me of course) didn't receive dividends? Privately held companies often pay their shareholders a dividend. So, you do the math. They say since founded, not "since going public". Now, what would you call the monthly checks the shareholders received from 1969 - 1994 when it went public?
GE isn't "dumping" anything on shareholders. Debt? DUH! It's a credit card business, they loan money, creates a debt, hopefully a good percentage is paid back by card holders. As to GE screwing shareholders and Jeff being an idiot, since I bought in between $12 and $18 per share, I am kind of happy with my GE results. The Immelt haters have to let it go. Most the haters held when they should have let some go, but since they didn't sell, and stock tanked, their egos say blame anyone but themselves.
And you musta missed where I said I doubt it because............. But then you gave no indication where your hope came from. MRI time wart
Well, I am hesitant to respond, and not sure about the 2 "haters" you refer to, could give you third thumb down, instead, will just agree you do need your head examined. There I share some love and agreed with you. Doubt on the knock it out of the park, not sure expenses are reigned in enough. Still a bit early for an RF rebound. Me sticking with and adding to WFC
Guess back in the older days of the RGBK board, and before we aged and got warts and grey hair, never really was any "judgmental pricks" around here. Sometimes I miss the old days, just saying.