It gets better from here...this dog has the propensity to make big leaps...BEWARE OF THE DOG!
"Cliff's", the stock that keeps on giving
Buying opportunities at lower and lower and lower and lower prices. LOL"
Imposter Alert! Look for poor grammar from the imposter...
CLIFFS IS A GREAT LONG-TERM INVESTMENT...
"I hope CLF falls on its face..."
SICKO! I hope you fall on your face and shatter your facial bones...Shorty CVA!
Indeed, Allah has granted the brother immense knowledge and wisdom. May the brother continue to drink from the fountain of knowledge and truth.
When will this insanity end?
Scenario #1: Cliffs loses control of the Board
Scenario #2: CASA loses by a wide margin
Scenario #3: JV, stock repurchase, good earnings, insider buying and new contracts are announced
scenario #4: Massive short covering
Discuss the impact of each scenario or combination of multiple scenarios on Cliffs' PPS
"T Minus 50 Hrs and Counting..."
Uh-oh, the fool is using NASA's lingo...the solid rocket boosters will BLAST your sorry #$%$ out of your shorts!
"...and also permit fund boards to impose gates or fees on redemptions."
This is troubling..."impose gates...on redemptions?"
You may not be able to exit funds during a severe market downturn...Welcome to Greece!
(Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced late Wednesday it will meet July 23 to vote on final rules aimed at reducing investor risk in money market mutual funds.
The SEC did not disclose details on how the rule will look. Reuters previously reported the agency is leaning toward adopting two measures that will require prime funds to switch from a stable $1 per share net asset value to a floating NAV, and also permit fund boards to impose gates or fees on redemptions.
The SEC also said it will repropose a set of money fund rules that reference credit ratings. Under the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law, all financial regulators must strip out references in their rules to credit ratings, in an effort to encourage investors not to rely on them too heavily as a benchmark for credit quality.