She is a Muslim sympathizer. No doubt about it. And she leads Obama by the nose; his focus is on golf.
"The big question is 'Is Obama/Kerry smart enough to realize that?'"
A bigger question for me is on which side of the table Obama and his handler, Valerie Jarrett, really sit. Kerry just wants the Nobel Peace Prize and cares little about the real risks, or what mischief the Iranians are up to.
The oven hood light won't turn on/off in the kitchen of a small apartment that I own.
Yesterday the appliance repairman gave me a quote of $394 for a new circuit board (plus labor) to fix it. Basically it needs a simple on/off toggle switch.
Last year I had to replace the 11-year-old double oven in my own kitchen because it needed a new control panel and Kitchen Aid longer manufactured that model and was out of stock. Cost: $2,800 with installation.
We've over engineered much of our simple tools that used to do the basics, seldom break, and could be repaired with a screw driver and a soldering iron when they did.
"Like one's own agenda, like . . . prostate operations . . . ."
VF, I think that qualifies as TMI.
Hope you have a speedy and successful recovery, regardless of Depends for the duration.
"Just had a huge rant with the JP analyst."
While I enjoy listening to him, bashing analysts is ultimately counter-productive. They're just doing their jobs and it's better to let them do it objectively than to force them to suck up to management all the time.
Any time a security has a "100% Buy" sentiment, that's a sure sign for me to sell (though I won't in this case).
It's nice to note that at yesterday's close LEU is up 30.9% year-to-date, especially given the troubled history.
Now what, is the question.
Massive dilution by a secondary offering, almost surely needed to raise the needed long-tem debt?
That's why I own the Company's long-term bonds (besides more common than I probably should at this point). Any sort of new capital raises, should it happen, will make the bonds rally big time.
But don't even think about going back to the big-boy Big Board any time soon.
Why? Because the market is hoping that Poneyman can gallop.
If I go to the annual meeting, I'm expecting a table-top nuclear toaster for my bagel.
I mean, dude, forget ACP. Show me some technology that works and for which there is a demand.
"At $100,000 you will never make up the cost in fuel savings."
That's not the most meaningful economic measure.
Just think of the babes per kilowatt hour.
What makes you so certain that Poneman is working exclusively for the shareholders and not the stakeholders including the DOE? Do you think he's really ready to provided dynamic leadership with a focus on the shareholders' interests? I doubt it but hope I'm wrong.
"What would you say if he had less credentials?"
I'd probably think that he is more likely to succeed if, for example, he graduated from some state university and had a history of success in business.
My experience with government bureaucrats with degrees from the Ivy-covered towers is that they are smart but no where near as smart as they think they are, and that's what makes them so destructive.
"Uranium." That must be the Farsi word used by the Iranians.
For what it's worth, the article is a Marketwatch column with the headline, "The uranium trade is about to go nuclear." (Never heard that one before.)
The article points out that uranium prices are up 35% since last summer.
GD, you must really be impressed by the law degree from Harvard.
Can you possibly think of an example of somebody else with such a degree that has really screwed up this country?
I'm not seeing any news in the online Chillicothe Gazette on this meeting last night.
It's too bad that this meeting isn't live on the Internet. This meeting will likely include the sort of fundamental info that investors are begging for. It's far more important than some b.s. about a retired/fired executive like we've seen most recently.