and I heard one of them exclaim in horror as the watched you leading the flying pack "That has got to be the ugliest freekin monkey I've ever seen" The other one exclaimed "I've flushed better lookin turds that are more deserving of wings"
Better get the report before she has to be drug before Congress and start pleading the 5th.
What I would like to know is how was Apple able to figure out how to gouge people on a device that probably cost Apple $20 to manufacture in mass quantities but make it up by overpricing the band? That is a pretty slick trick Apple. Reminds me of the where I spent $400 on a Swiss watch and needed to have the battery replaced, guy replacing the battery opened the case and happened to sit it down next to a cheap watch he was also changing the battery. I asked him, that cheap watch looks the same on the inside as my more expensive watch. He said it was basically the same. I then asked exactly what did I get for my $400. He said that I got a watch face with a name on it and a slick looking band.
Based on my calculations as the price was dropping I put in what I thought was very close to a bottom, would have liked to have gotten my entry point closer to the bottom of the day, sure I would but I went with what I had. Right after my buy limit got taken out, I immediately put in a sell limit order, for today anyways at .36/share above what I bought it for. There is nothing special here, I just learned to be patient and let the shorts and robots drive down the price for me so that I can get a good entry point. When I get in, I immediately put in my sell limit order to snag the equivalent of the quarterly dividend. Would I have liked to have been closer to high, sure I would, but as long as I stick with this approach in concentrating to make less profit meaning the equivalent of a quarterly dividend for 1K share lot, and do it every day, I am content with that. I did go back and look at my Fidelity account, don't see in the history where the actual time stamp was on the entry and exit points. And just to make you feel a bit better, I had an opportunity to speak with a professional trader at Fidelity late yesterday afternoon concerning a lockout on trading on limited margin in the account and how it had restricted me to using only settled cash.. He was able to quickly isolate what the lock out issue was about and then said he want to look at my trading history on Microsoft. He came back after a minute and asked me what I was doing, explained that I was trading in 1K lots just to snag the equivalent of the quarterly dividends, daily. He said that every one of my Microsoft round trips since June had come out the other side profitable, I told him by my best look see that I have not lost on a round trip since June. He told me that it was amazing. I told that by trying to focus on not making a huge profit, rather just concentrate on making the equivalent of the quarterly dividend, that I found a sweet spot for making profits consistently.
That's nothing, I heard your face was photo shopped on 15 porta potties set up for a Black Lives Matter meeting, and the line outside each porta potty had at a minimum of 100 people in line to do their dump.
I don't worry about it, except for the days when I hit the wrong buttons on my calculator, thought I punched in .38/share instead I punched in .36/share. Went in this morning at $53.78/share and came out at $54.14/share this morning, unfortunately by hitting the wrong price, on that 1K lot, that broke my winning streak on snagging the current .36/share profit after addressing round trip costs. profit this trip was only $344.10. What a bummer! But I have not broken the 100% profit on every round trip that I have done on Microsoft since June of this year.
Doesn't change the fact that you are chronically stupid and nothing you say or do will ever change that fact Perhaps that explains why you pump out on this board what you do is the reflection of your coprophagia condition.
We have a Black American President who has been in the White House. He was inaugurated as President on January 20, 2009. He has done nothing as the President to improve race relations in this country, in fact his lack of leadership to all Americans has, in my opinion, is the root cause of increasing racial tensions in the United States today. At this point, given the sophistication that ISIS has in recruiting and radicalizing terrorist, would not be surprised if ISIS took another approach in radicalizing blacks to the point that Black Lives Matter morph into a terrorist group. Would not be surprised within the next 6 months if someone from the Black Lives Matter movement goes into some area where a lot of whites are at and explodes a vest or setting off a bomb killing hundreds of innocent people. Its not a matter of if at this point, its a matter of when. Whenever you can combine anger with a directed passion for vengence, which is where this movement is headed, Black Lives Matter will have become a terrorist organization.
Must have been tough for you to have been diagnosed as being chronically stupid at birth, and having to grow up knowing there would never be a cure for you.
Read the article "Wireless Carriers Are Favoring the iPhone", "at the expense of those of its rivals" should be raising an eyebrow and you should be smart enough to put 2+2 together.
In the end, it isn't about what is the best technology, but rather can one profit on trading Microsoft. I bought in at my limit price of $53.79/share today and put my sell limit order in for $54.18/share right after my buy order hit. I didn't say conspiracy, but lets just say undisclosed leverage and leave it at that.
I never said they would not work, just alluded to agreements that may exist that were entered into that certain carriers may be locked into selling X number of phones from one manufacturer over another, regardless of whether they get into the hands of consumers, the carrier is still on the hook for whatever the number of smartphones were contractually required to be sold. Whether they sell or not, the carrier is committed to the volumes. I thought it was very odd on the push to get me into an iPhone or an Android phone, anything but a Windows phone. From a carrier's perspective, it should have been any device that runs on their network as they are billing for usage once purchased.
You hit the nail on the head, it is not the lack of availability to manufacture the phones, it is the lack of access to carrier networks to run the devices. If you can prevent the phones from being supported on carrier networks this in essence boxes Microsoft into a corner on the phones. Myself, I am not a fan of iPhones or Android phones but anyone should be able to use whatever smartphones they want to regardless of the carrier one subscribes to. Myself, I have a Nokia Lumia 928 running on Verizon's network and it works great, would like to upgrade to a newer version of the Windows phone but there is no new Windows phone on Verizon's network. Availability to get these newer Windows phones on whatever carrier is out there, that is something Nadella needs to address. Think if the carrier availability was addressed then the number of Windows phone sold will take care of itself.
In the future, something like this will be published.
After an exhaustive interview with over 3 thousand scientist that had been excluded from AG's claim of global warming, the Senate Subcommittee set up to investigate fraud and racketeering associated to global warm, failed to have AG appear before them. A week later, a full disclosure was made, as reported, the collective wealth of AG has been transferred outside of the US and that it has been verified that AG is now on the ground in a country that has a non-extradition treaty with the US. It has also been confirmed that non-disclosed amounts of money in excess of $100M have been transferred into the accounts of local and government officials of this country.
I don't buy Microsoft and hold it, I trade it. I look for a good entry point on Microsoft, and immediately put a sell limit order for .38/share higher. Snagging $360/round trip profit may not sound like much at all, but if you do a rinse and repeat every day over an average of a 20 day trading month, that works out to be $7200 of profit each month. Do that over the course of a year, that's $86,400 for the year. Just 1 trade per day. With the cash that I have, regularly trade with just enough for four 1K lots on Microsoft.
I've had issues with Chrome and Firefox running content that Yahoo has, Can't say that their are any decent browsers that work 100% of the time on everything. Still me people will say they never have a problem, and for the less sophisticated, this is probably true.
Harvard and the word "integrity" will never be mentioned in the same sentence
Not only do I leverage the short sellers to drive the price down to give me good entry points to snag what I snag, leveraging the robots to drive the price down quickly is a double win for me.