There are lots of indirect ways for Mexico to pay for it. Don't be so naive as to think Mexico is going to just belly up cash directly, it is thru indirection that Mexico will pay for it.
Trump had a strong showing in Iowa and it wasn't a huge blow it out of the park win.
I find that when someone is #$%$ off about their progress, its easier to point the finger at someone else and unload on them, so how much money did you lose in January? Between monthly dividends and trading on Microsoft, actually made over $16k for the month of January, so please elaborate how well you actually did, I think folks would be curious, I'll take you at your word. How did you do?
Don't forget to post this on your next cut and paste session, the profits that I booked minus the round trip transaction cost on all my Microsoft trades in the month of January 2016 came out to be $10,885.70. Even though I had 6615 shares at an average of $54/share tied up thru January, with the other dollars that I brought over to trade, still made $10,885.70 for the month of January 2016. And don't forget to post this either, have 161 roundtrips on Microsoft since May of last year that have been 100% profitable. That's 161 round trip trades in a row that have all made a profit. and I did not have to settle for any of your "small losses".
Oh look, after hours $53.95, hmmm lets see, the calculator says $54.00 - $53.95 = $00.05. Let me multiply that by my 6615 shares. Is this right? I am only down $330.75 on average? As one of my wife's stocking stuffers, I'm putting in $550 worth of gift certificates so that my wife can have her hair and nails done just anytime she wants to. NO WAIT. After hours says $54.37/share. Lets see what the calculator says about that. $54.37 - $54.00, gee thats $.37/share up from my average entry point at $54.00, hmm. . . $00.37 * 6615 = $2,447.55. Now what were you saying about $33K or something?
Just for you, since you were so critical of my trading approach, thought I would just tell you another horror story. Today I bought 1500 shares at $51.39 and sold after hours on that lot for $53.41, $2.02 per share. Subtracting the round trip of $15.90, that nets me $3014.10 on this trade. How horrible that I cancelled my sell limit of $52.31 to take advantage of selling at a higher price. That just sucks . . . Now I am looking after hours, BID is 53.65 at the moment, $54.00 - $53.65 = .35 * 6615 = $2315.25 that I am down. How horrible for me that I made more on one trade than I am down on my 6615 shares. . . oh BOO HOO HOO. And what even sucks worse, I'll have another $80K put right back into my margin account so that I can pop in and out of MSFT as many times during the day tomorrow as I will want to.
I guess you forgot to do the cut and paste where I brought over to buy more than 2k shares. And you forgot the post that I made $44K and change in Nov/Dec. But probably the biggest thing you missed, even though you keep comparing to another date, I made the cash by trading to buy Microsoft, means that I had enough cash to buy those shares. What is amazing that you didn't post up to the minute. 6615 shares at today's close, $33075 - $19547 = $13527 down as of today on this lot. The only downside is that I can't trade on that, but it doesn't mean that I lost the opportunity to trade on my other dollars in the meantime. Now be a good boy Perry Mason and another cross examination with your cut and paste.
And when my sell limit hits, which it will, and I take the profits, you'll say "You just lucked out". I am not a day trader and never said I was, have I gone in and out of trades during the same day, sure, its because I have my account up as marginable. As far as all my round trips, which went over your head, those have been 100% profitable. I have what I have in around $54, my exit point if the trade really went against me, then I wouldn't have batted an eye and taken a loss, but my exit point was never hit. I know what price I get in at, I know what point to exit to take a profit, and I know at what point I exit if the trade goes against me. Each trade that I do I follow the same approach. That is my trading discipline. As far as what I have in now, neither of my GTC exit points have hit either which way. Bagholder, fine, whatever floats your boat.
DUDDLY, just for you, all my round trips have been profitable including those after I went in around $54. I am still batting 100% profits on all my round trips and that hasn't changed. For the ones at $54, I already have my limit order to sell. Now a legendary trader just like yourself was posting how the trading would be going in January 2016, I didn't happen to see those, but I am sure you as the Microsoft Trading Oracle clued everyone in, you did do that, didn't you?
If you disregard trading that takes place premarket and after market hours, then the gaps do not take into account all trades made with BIDS/ASKS. On Fidelity I've seen trading begin 5 hours before the market opens that is not included in understanding gaps and I've seen trading after hours up to 9 pm, again another close to 5 hours of trading that is also not included. Just like this morning, MSFT is trading up, trades taking place. The only gaps therefore are in time and that is approximately 7 hours where trading is not taking place. If premarket this morning started trading and drove the price up, then the is no physical gap unless you are only considering gaps for retail trading
Bag of tricks? More like drain every nickel the Fed can from the economy so that Rothchilds become the first trillionaires on planet earth
No one will want to be caught short if Microsoft reports a good quarter after business hours on the 28fh
Yahoo, this is rocket science
Fact - Antartica contains 90% of all of the ice on the planet earth. If there is global warming, then how do you account for the record addition of 7 million plus square miles of ice that was added to Antartica. If you want to know if global warming is happening or not, you don't cherry pick places out the 10% and stand this up as a claim, you look at the 90%, well guess what, the 90% is increasing.