and you know its going to be ugly since Greeks don't want to pay back billions in borrowed Euros.
you can make a few bucks going long gld - yes indeed with Draghi throwing massive about of Euros at Europe Q.E. But (and its a big BUT) Nugt is the place to put your money as gold ramps higher into the weekend and Greek train wreck of an election. Come Monday gold could be over $1450 an ounce and climbing.
Agree - we already know ECB will do a 500 to 600 Billion Euro for a year, possibly two. That news alone will push gold higher tomorrow if official. If we get a stronger dose of stimulus Gold heads for $1400 (plus) an ounce. The Greece roils world markets come Sunday with Syriza win. And I agree with you that gold will take off with Syriza calling the shots and telling Germany to say good bye to loan paybacks. Its going to get ugly but gold should shine tomorrow and next week.
Feye signs major contracts (over the last few months) with Fortune 500 companies
Obama pushing for Massive Government Cyber Security Protection Program
Corporation network attacks now happening daily throughout the world
FireEye on many lists for take over (watch Apple)
Stock rated either strong buy, buy or market perform
Need I say more.
Don't forget Oracle is also very interested in making a take over move on FireEye.
FireEye, the Milpitas, California-based computer security company, with a market capitalization of $4.61 billion has received buyout overtures from Oracle Corp. and International Business Machines Corp. And these are not the only two giants interested in buyout FireEye.
Always good to have your Chairman/CEO sitting in House Chamber for State of Union speech. Especially when the President of the United States wants Feye protecting government agencies networks and confidential information.
won't stop until we hit $38 tomorrow. Feye everyone's number ONE rated cyber security stock for 2015. Only question now is are you buying before the big jump tomorrow or sitting on your hands?
You type with fork tongue. Slam stock but claim you are long. Go back to "short village" and watch it burn down tomorrow as Feye climbs on news that the Federal Government will spend billions of cyber security protection in 2015 and beyond.
Smitty - any thoughts about AH stock Halt removed and some wild swings (due to AH trading). Just wonder if the stock will be manipulated in AH trading - versus normal day trading on Tuesday? If it is manipulated it will certainly be so on the UP side. Have to get my hard hat since we might have lift off very soon.
So trading can actually start in after hours if "halt" is removed? Rather see it open during normal trading hours. Wonder who makes the call regarding the timing of the whole thing? NASDAQ or Financial Industry Regulatory Authority or some other agency. On the other hand maybe if the stock is halted through long weekend we might see a build (in buyers) who want in knowing that FXMC will get a life line continue. Either way we certainly go higher then pre market .
and would be a perfect fit to work out a deal with FXCM. Its also a very well run company.
Jefferies was named one of the World's Most Admired Companies by Fortune magazine in 2011
Given existing concerns around customer churn and pricing, the damage to FXCM is a concern. Citi Marvin Katz added, raising the likelihood that FXCM will have to raise capital, perhaps issuing up to $100 million in euqity. That should be no problem Katz stated.
and the majority of Insiders were acquiring more company stock in December. This Swiss blindside caught everyone off guard but FXCM will recover. Safe to buy at open since stock will rise quickly but it will be a while before it ever breaks $10 again.
and the company has multiple ways to go forward. FXCM is the biggest player in the field and it will be around for the long haul. Question is are you buying in at these extraordinary low levels (on the cheap) or sitting on your hands???
Yes Grasshopper - it will happen.
Russia’s surprise interest-rate increase failed to stop the plummeting ruble. Another tool available to repair economic havoc caused by sanctions and falling oil prices: selling gold. “Russia is at a critical juncture and given the sanctions placed upon them and the rapid decline in oil prices, they may be forced to dip into their gold reserves,” Mahn said. “If it happens it will push way gold lower.”
Jdst just off its 52 week low, so buying now is could be a smart move. Downside pennies but upside huge, especially if Fed makes its rate move this summer.
Major green tomorrow. Bottom line - analysts are saying gold sells off as dollar strengthens and Fed closes in on summer (or earlier) rate hike. A good majority of countries in Europe and Asia are broke right now and not buying gold. Furthermore several countries will be forced into selling their gold holdings to get cash. Got to pay the bills and the only way they can do that is selling gold reserves.