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thsykes14 6 posts  |  Last Activity: Oct 17, 2014 9:56 PM Member since: Jul 27, 2012
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    Honda

    by jeyebolt2003 Oct 17, 2014 6:48 PM
    thsykes14 thsykes14 Oct 17, 2014 9:56 PM Flag

    Shrapnel cut her trachea?

    Think that qualifies as bad.......very bad.

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    Never buy U.S products like

    by bigcity1969 Oct 16, 2014 9:01 PM
    thsykes14 thsykes14 Oct 16, 2014 10:21 PM Flag

    be happy all you would like. that is a good thing. "Cruzes without Break Shoes" is your post?

    That is a bit nutty my friend. Nothing more.

  • Reply to

    The TV Media is silent

    by jeyebolt2003 Oct 16, 2014 7:51 PM
    thsykes14 thsykes14 Oct 16, 2014 10:12 PM Flag

    Media may be silent, but not you. Your post is a BIG deal. Airbags with metal in them?? No thanks.

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    Never buy U.S products like

    by bigcity1969 Oct 16, 2014 9:01 PM
    thsykes14 thsykes14 Oct 16, 2014 10:03 PM Flag

    i understand your message, most definitely. Same BS you've been delivering for years.

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    Never buy U.S products like

    by bigcity1969 Oct 16, 2014 9:01 PM
    thsykes14 thsykes14 Oct 16, 2014 9:58 PM Flag

    Funny, one of my bad experiences was with my Acura. Honda my favorite Japanese auto. Has always been the engineering brand for me,

    But the A/C broke three times. I remember taking my babies, by myself, to meet my wife on a vacation. Car and trunk packed full. 90-93 degrees and in a city. My God it was awful. But eventually we broke to the country and the children slept with exhaustion and wind in their hair. Wonderful memory, but would have preferred air conditioning that works.

    Radiator broke twice. Window switches..... Very expensive too. Prefer different right now. My Yukon A/C could cool a high rise at 180,000 miles...... American reliability is better right now (less expensive as well, for those who care).

    Cheers

  • Morgan Stanley is a large investor in shares of Tesla. Morgan Stanley is the investment banker to Tesla. Adam Jonas is the Morgan Stanley auto analyst. On CNBC this morning, Adam Jonas did exactly what his bosses pay him to do. Prime the pump for Tesla. Embarrassing, transparent, dangerous to investors. He positively gushed in talking of Elon. it didn't border on absurd. It was absurd. Except he is PAID to do so. He also downgraded GM in the last week. Any connection?

    Tesla makes electric cars. Good ones. They also exist on government subsidy through California carbon credits and Nevada tax credits. They also cannot move pricing downstream because Chevrolet and Nissan and BMW wait for them there. Porsche and BMW wait above Tesla. Cadillac has a tiny presence at the Tesla pricepoint. No auto maker will disgorge assets into electric, but prefer to wait for Tesla to try to move into their territory. Tesla sales are miserable. Crude oil prices are getting crushed. Together, Honda and GM work on fuel cell vehicles. So does BMW. WHO IS AT RISK in this scenario? Looks to my untrained eye like Tesla and Morgan Stanley! That is why you bring out the Tesla sycophant auto analyst. That is why you downgrade GM.

    My thought? at this pricepoint? Why wouldn't an investor, in small amounts, do the OPPOSITE of Morgan Stanley? Buy GM, Honda and BMW and sell Tesla. Not going to bet the bank, but I am going to risk 20 percent and look to make 40 percent on this trade. Have a good fall!

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