If you think that ordering more audits of Class 1 railways by government workers addresses any problem or reduces public risk whatsoever, you're as smart as a bag of wool.
And BTW.....as rail keeps eating market share away from trucking --- you know, those already under-inspected and under-maintained rolling death boxes on the free public highways --- then just you watch how the words "risk to the public" will inevitably get very real indeed. But keep ignoring that one for now...no one seems to care or notice when 50 or 75 people die, as long as there's only a couple in each event.
Congratulations. You represent the very worst, ill-informed, most irrational rubes in the market. Besdies making yourself poorer, you make it tougher for hard-working, intelligent people to make the return they deserve.
Get some tinfoil at Wal Mart and make yourself a bunch of hats, and go to your room, putz. The adults are talking.
what money manager is happy today with paying $59.75 when its now trading sub-56? Right now, it's a 6.4% haircut....and getting worse.
RBC, CIBC and BMO led this POS.....and people don't forget these things.
the desks have stopped propping it up. Somehow, I just don't think the overallotment will be exercised...!
FNV will now drift around for awhile, unless there's news.
For your in-flight entertainment, we've got "The Putzes" with their predictions of doom. Enjoy the flight.
....executed by management that acted like completely ignorant boobs, who honestly thought they could just walk up there and gouge people with impunity. They totally mismanaged expectations, letting people there salivate and dream of an panacea ..... for almost 2 years.
Target may end up becoming nothing more than a cautionary business school case study.
Canadian consumers ARE politically imprisoned fools...but they aren't as stupid as TGT management thought they were.
So Canooks, here's an explanation of how your pathetic life just got more expensive.......with no benefit or risk reduction or improvement whatseover.
Your government, in full coveryerarse mode, is now putting together a whole raft of new, pointless regulations for the railways.
The railways will pass the added cost on to their industrial customers.
Those customers will pass on the cost to the public.
You pay it. And you keep showing up at the ballot box like the mindless, docile sheep you are.
Circle of life.