As cloud computing grows aren't data owners of clouded data backing up their data to prepare for disaster recovery? Disaster could be weather, fire, hacker data destruction, etc.???
China and Russia are now competing more and more worldwide with their engines at a huge discount.
Neither country cares anything about profitability and their customers care less about quality than USA.
Also Japan and Germany are benefiting from currency exchange rates with the rising value of USA.
Yes. I calculated in my head. You are right 86.29%
I don't know how I came up with 97%.
Thanks for the correction.
Each and all of the above should have the caveat.
*If you exercise that right, Walmart has the right to fire you.
Slowly but surely, Israel is taking Palestinian land one settlement after another.
When there is no land left in the Palestinian territory, where will Israel get land for new settlements? Jordan? Egypt? Syria?
If that happens, Israel will have a whole lot more to worry about than a few Palestinians.
Read up on how to catch a monkey using a coconut shell, rice and a string.
Think about the message that delivers about greed and the resulting demise of the monkey.
WMT reminds me of Sears going from $175 per share in 2007 when it had an excellent balance sheet..... to $24 / share now for a 97% drop.
When it started plummeting, nobody believed it would be trouble ahead.
Same thing happened to Montgomery Ward into bankruptcy.
Exxon bailed them out but that didn't help, it went belly up anyway.
Sears is now approaching bankruptcy.
Walmart will face the same music if history repeats itself.
For some crazy reason these retailers just don't "get it" when it comes to drastic action to save themselves. I expect the same from Walmart. The Walton family doesn't care anyway.
1600% return over the past 10 years.
CALM is an excellent stock for those with long term investments who simply do not look at a stock's volatility and sell when they need money in retirement. Very few stocks have that profile.
Yes. And the next you might expect is to see the Chinese demand their recipes / formulas and manufacturing techniques so they can copy them out of the 31% as well as export markets worldwide. That is the conundrum of doing business in and dependency on China. One nasty business environment. Just like what happened to Cisco, Cooper Tire, Qualcomm and many others in China. Why these companies don't set up in democratic countries like India is beyond me. I guess it is because the executives are enamored by China and get stuck in the quagmire.
RGS is an excellent example of why executives aren't worth more than $10 per hour.
Ridiculous that RGS executives are still working.
Ridiculous that shareholders do not vote out the board of director.
Ridiculous that hedge funds don't take this over and shaft all employees above the barbers.
This is an Einstein case of doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results.
RGS is NOT an investment unless you need capital losses.
Sentiment: Strong Sell