you can check in any time you like but you can never leave . . . .
Dude, that was levity, dont try to read something more into it than what it is. Just because some gal may have smiled at you and greeted you in a friendly manner does not mean that you should interpret it as she is hot for you and cant wait to get you into the sack and pork your brains out like there is no tomorrow. Okay, I went back and read, again Satan is in charge and Satan is using both hands (plural). Got it? Good!
Maybe he checked exactly how many recalls Fords were having and felt it was best not to draw attention to that.
The Union over there should tell the workers to go on strike, Nokia should padlock the doors and then hang a sign "FACTORY IDLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE"
The selection of the new CEO for GM grabbed some attention, would think that perhaps the CEO selection for Microsoft may not be socialized for choice as the media and pundits would have you believe. Think the CEO selection is being played very close to the vest by Microsoft, sure there are names that have not been socialized. Plus who knows, perhaps Dan Ackerman's name form GM may now be on a short list, he was at one point considered to become the CEO for MCI at one point.
For some reason, my first sizeable position in Nokia at $2.65/share bought back in October 2012, and the other positions I bought since then are all standing at 100%+ from a profit perspective, the price over the longer term says you don't pick stocks using a "I like the color of that teams football uniforms so I will bet on them, I have a feeling about stronger and bolder colors" approach.
Those are not crazy, in fact they may be a tad on the low side. The need for faster and faster network speeds are needed and the ability to install small mobile sites in cities and high density population areas is needed now more than ever. This can be accomplished thru wireless routing devices having much higher bandwidths. If NN can bring something to market that provides the communication wireless pipe that is bigger and faster than the competition, what NN would have would be in very high demand. Faster and reliability is the key.
They are still in the phone business until the deal is done, no money has changed hands yet. You do know how to use the internet to look thing up, just asking.
So you didn't factor dividends that will not be going over to the other side of the fence next year, Verizon is keeping those after the deal completes, Verizon is way undervalued. You trade for pocket change, meanwhile be pocketing significant dollars. My last major trade on a telecom I pocketed around $65/share, you go ahead and chase your pocket change, I'll pocket the dollars that you will be ignoring.
We are told not to judge all Muslims by the actions of a few lunatics, but, on the other hand, we are encouraged to judge all gun owners by the actions of a few lunatics.
You don't even have a clue about how many layers of Microsoft stuff you use seamlessly and transparently for you to so boldly claim your ignorance. A sign hanging around your neck that says "I am stupid, I walk around just like everyone else, and I don't even know that I am stupid"
QE won't end until all the pieces are in place. What happened in Cypress was a shakeout test. Once all the pieces that broke are fixed from the Cypress test, look for the banks to crank that up across the globe. FED is getting out of the QE bailout business, soon it will be a bail in approach and it will be done using your 401ks, IRAs, pension funds. Bail ins, its coming. Cypress was just the dry run, study Cypress then take steps to protect what you have before a global Cypress is turned up.
The bears remember how easy it was to push it under $390 and just waiting till enough long shills pile in the irrational exhuberence they did when Apple hit $705+. Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me. History repeats itself, always does.