Wuh oh, just saw a $0.03 print, the secret of MJNA's fraud is exposed and they can not pump this anymore.
They will NOT buy. I am making sure of it.
This company makes profits for crooked insiders and no one else. The evidence is everywhere!
USD way too expensive to the point of needing lower import costs (buying more goods overseas for same USD) and actual real term deflation or minimally price depreciation in United States. This means other sovereigns will distribute less returns and other choices will be desirable.
Say the exchange greatly benefits Philippines towards China. Less inclined to trade with US with lower returns. Begins a political shift away from US longer term. Etc etc etc.
We have to agree as a nation what is permissible for investing and for speculating. A fund that claims to own gold yet you can never own it and would have to destroy 325 opponents to get every ounce you bought is flat fraud.
I do not believe the challenge is with speculative buys and sells. It is the trader writing naked calls on commodity exchanges that does not possess the means, ever, to deliver the asset. Doesn't own any mines or anything just a brokerage account. If you remove this type of speculation, then the bids will be less crowded, occupied primarily by real suppliers with infrastructure and employees and paying operations.
Shanghai Gold Exchange. Then SDRs. Next, oil pricing.
And besides duties, also the oil supply lines out of lawless IS territory have to be stopped. The plants themselves can be preserved until re-taken, but there is no excuse for any shipments to be allowed out of the area. Absolutely none. Putin is spot on about this. How bad that I have to side with Putin as we have no leadership in the entire region. They're still tripping on removing Assad. Ask any American what they think. None will say "we have to get Assad out of there."
Just like when China was slapped with substantial duties on multiple solar manufacturers who were being subsidized by the State at a loss, duties are coming. Why would we allow a competitor who has been known to provide financing to ISIS to shut down our domestic oil market, especially when it now appears they have been making triple-digit margins off of sales to USA for the last 20 years.
Outrageous that the administration would let foreigners bring down the fledgling domestic oil industry.
What will Yellen say about rates and the economy as a fresh 1M jobs are washed down foreign oil pipes?
Watch for calls to levy foreign oil.
What's worse, $60 domestic oil, or fresh wave of job losses and bankruptcies?
FCX just needs to weather the storm.
Reuters reports the new Argentina government will be making significant changes to currency policy, specifically the ability to purchase ever more US dollars.
Headed up by former JPM executive and ex-central bankster Alfonso Prat-Gay, what could possibly go wrong? Certainly they do not foresee Rousseff just sitting by idly.
A close in the $2.30s was actually undesirable. Either trading flat (consolidation) or gapping up over $2.50 would have been ideal. Crapshoot on Monday but I expect to finish the day red before the next leg up.
Trade show press releases generating $0 in sales but plenty of administrative expenses and fluff press for selling stock.
Petkanis is already hanging Titus out to dry.
The bid (0.16) on my April $3 calls is up 60% over what I paid on the ask (0.10).
Very tempted to book the gain and walk. Problem is, we're just getting started. (That, and I need to recover my losses from a bad call mistiming this first go-around!)
Really wish AUY reported early in April so I could ride all the way to Q1 earnings. But Q4 should suffice. Looking to exit mid-January at a bid of $1+ I think that is in the cards.
Titus, recovering from a severe beating at Petkanis' hands just last week, remains under tremendous pressure to pump the stock back to a nickel so they can all sell their shares as soon as possible.
Great call on CANV fool, you work for HDDC right?
Well, have to remember who the largest shareholders are. The same crew self-dealing in their own private companies and issuing discounted stock to their friends.