wouldn't that be called old news ?
how come some people think insulting others (bag holder) is a good idea if you want to change their opinion ?
imo, that is a sign of being ineffective....consistently.
apples and oranges. I think grocery store choices are complementary, not mututally exclusive.
I've seen the mariano's post here before, and have been to the stores....what did you see that convinced you that their impact on WF would be significant, and immediate (aka, puts) ?
kids :), they think if you can't be proven to be making sht up, that people must beleive them
that is political spin...the issue is real (labeling)...the retoric is not. Don't portray it as the people....that is being disengenious...there are millions of people that you don't represent.
I hope that some state does pass the legislation...then they can see the real cost, and timeframes to implement such an effort, and can say we did this although documented food risk wasn't the reason, that should set a great precendent for future political based "peoples" concerns.
Ever wonder why the organic industry doesn't verify, test and audit their Certified Organic statements....go to any organic supplier and ask to see the documentation. They would fight doing so, because it is very expensive to validate supply chains. They should show some leadership...imo
I get a kick out of kids who like cutisie names like monsanto protection act, Obamacare, etc. Shows they are more about talk than real honest discussion.
pup(p)et :) coming from a clown that is an ironic statement.
you answer your own question with your opinion ? Does that work with people you know.
My answer is that there is no business reason for them to support it, and I am very much OK with them representing my opinion there is no reason I think it should be labeled. While it sounds good, many things sound that way and turn out to be pretty much...nothing. Prop 65 is another example of what sounded like a good idea, and is pretty much a joke.
Lobby with the food producers you support...have them spend the money certifying, testing, auditing all their suppliers....if GMO is bad for health, they should be very willing to meet the consumers wants.
but, if you want to provide some justification for your opinion....I like learning. Post some on both sides of the issue..I like hearing from both sides.
you post using similar style as others already posting.
having become numb to the taste of my foot in my mouth....I actually think todays and yesterdays action was about some accumulation of shares.
not that I know sht :)
good luck to all
probably right, not known for my self control. But not terribly big buys...all in price around 2.5, seems like enough potential upside to warrant the risk.
wow, had abx. I thought they just announced good earnings too. I think you did mean Ludman mining "Lundin Mining Corporation (the "Company" or "Lundin Mining") was incorporated by registration of its Articles of Incorporation pursuant to the Canada Business Corporations Act under the name "South Atlantic Diamonds Corp." on September 9, 1994. The Company changed its name to "South Atlantic Resources Ltd." on July 30, 1996. In connection with a one-for-six share consolidation that took effect on April 2, 2002, the Company changed its name to "South Atlantic Ventures Ltd." on March 25, 2002. The share consolidation and name change were approved by shareholders of the Company on January 23, 2002. In connection with the listing of its common shares on the Toronto Stock Exchange effective August 12, 2004, the Company changed its name to "Lundin Mining Corporation".
Effective October 31, 2006 the Company merged with EuroZinc Mining Corporation ("EuroZinc"), with the resulting entity known as "Lundin Mining Corporation". The Company and EuroZinc amalgamated effective November 30, 2006.
The Company announced a three-for-one subdivision of its common shares on January 22, 2007. The Company's common shares commenced trading on a subdivided basis on February 1, 2007 on the Toronto Stock Exchange and on February 9, 2007 on the American Stock Exchange.
that said...neither of your examples show large companies doing BK...there are to many ways to avoid it...which I believe is what I said. they continue to operate, and continue to employ people and put out profit.
OK by me :) Your question was about price change based on supply and demand, so that is what I respond to.
Crazy as it sounds, my life financial plan is to hit a peak (should be shortly I hope)...then plan on spending it until I die...and hopefully my death projection will be fairly accurate...if it isn't my Plan B is find an old rich girlfriend.
you can help focus my search with some key words....when I try to find LMC...I find Ludmin Mining Corporation, whose web page says they are a base mining company....but it seems like they still exist..and they are buying assets of some other miners. LUN is their TO exchange symbol...is this the right company ?
I think you take my response out of context....you are saying this is a large corporation...that made money, and after two years of losses they were near bankruptcy.....is that correct ? If not, you moved off on a tangent...because I clearly defined that scope in my posts.
another one doing a stock offering to raise funds they need, sounds right to me. Why go bankrupt, no need to. Maybe you just know unsophisticated miners since 1985 :) (that is the extent of my dig back at ya)
I'll check it out...won't be the first time I've had to eat my words :) But, before I even check...how will I (or you) know they were about to go bankrupt...how do you know that ?
I think it can happen, but it takes 5-10 years of being a constant loser....I said that three times now.
Nope, never claimed to be a genious, most everything I say is common knowledge.
were you the one who hogged the candies I gave out ? couldn't tell because of the costume....but the complaining about it not being up to expectations sounded familiar.
I disagree....hardly any companies, miners or otherwise file BK...you have to have 5-10 years of losses before that happens. If you are referring to small operations, I was not including them in my response...I was offering my opinion on those that would be significant to global supply and demand that would affect global price (the question he asked)
Being bought out is not BK...heck, we buy companies all the time. Whether they are selling because BK is imminet....I can't really say because I don;t think that is a matter of public record very often...so I think that is speculation.
just my thoughts
subject to that assumption...yes.
in my experience....companys of any decent size, who maintain and on going business that brings in revenue covering most of their costs (but "losing" money in year end accounting)....can go on for years, if not decades. So I am not hold my breath for that to be a driver in supply and demand in the forseeable future.
funny kids :) They see some issue that is real, and decide an entire part of the economy, gov't or society then acts that way.
you likely think all priests and teachers are child molesters too.
As you get older the complexity of issues will become more apparent.