Does the war in the Mideast have something to do with this increase the last few weeks. I bought 10 days ago and am up $5.00 a share. Or does it have to do with that fact that we're producing more of own natural gas and are less dependent on foreign countries? Opinions are always welcome.
I got in this time at $43.00 just about a week ago. I have owned this stock over the years, and have always made money. Wish I'd always kept it. But I'm a happy camper with my recent buy.
It had a huge run-off before earnings. That is why it went up and few bucks and down where it was before the AH runoff because of the good earnings report. I don't think anyone was stupid enough to be after hours.
My Nexus tablet is great to play games with.... a quick email.... a look a Facebook. But whenever I really want to do any work or searching, I definitely prefer my laptop or my desktop.
I also agree. I have a Nexus tablet that I enjoy playing games on and looking at Facebook. But when I want to get research anything on the net I use my tablet. I use my desktop for work. The tablet is a fun toy but not necessary. However, I know real estate agents and insurance agents on the go use a tablet. There is a place for everything.
Should I buy before or after the split. I have owned this stock several times over the years, and have kicked myself I didn't hold on to it after the last 3 for1 split. Sold at a good profit, but wished I had held. Want to get in again, but am waiting for $90.00. Thinking of just buying it at this price.
Woke up yesterday and couldn't believe my eyes that BRCM was up over $3.00 a share. I have held this stock for over a year and a half, averaging down to about $32.00 a share. I just had to pull the trigger. It looks like BRCM is definitely going to go higher and I have missed a further run-up. However, I just could sit and watch this stock go down and have to wait and wait for it to go up.
It has been a rough year or so. I've had to keep averaging down. Basis is around $32.00. But I think we're ready to finally take off. Positive news is out.
It's all how you look at things. Like the glass half empty or half full. I see nothing wrong with a very wealthy country making sure those in need get the help they need.
I joined LinkedIn several months ago. Then I was asked for furnish my address book so I clicked okay. Then I realize what had happened and rescinded it. I don't think I've a problem with that again. However, I do get invitations from various people who are fine, but I'm not that interested in participating in LinkedIn so I ignore the invitations.