I really don't see anybody buying more than 2 Go Pro Cameras. I am not going to buy even 1 because it does not have the features that I need.
This reminds me of the story of when Seaboard Airline Railroad did its IPO in the 1920s. People saw the word "Airline" and thought of planes, not as in a straight line, which was a common term at that time. Today's market typifies an expression by Alan Greenspan: "Irrational exuberance" .
I moved up my stop loss to $88 a share.
It still means that we can not have our board back or that you will show grace to others who disagree with you..
Your word is still not your bond.
I see that you can not be trusted to keep your word. Get a good book and read it instead. I have got the latest book on Transportation Economics and am learning something new.
Sharkbite copied a message that I wrote on TRN and made people think that I am cutting back on CSX. That is not true.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
My Master gave us the Sun which shows the evil that man devises. Everyone needs to repent of their sins and ask His forgiveness.
Your idea is doomed to failure. Just stop posting the gibberish, find a new ID and personna and post information that will help other people. If you want to have a different opinion than the rest of us, OK. Just don't verbally attack us. If you don't like KAY, put her on ignore.
Retired and I have never done anything to make working on this board to be an unpleasant experience for you but you attack us. I know that you think that there is nobody more important than you and you can twist us to your will. I may not be as important than you, but you will not twist me to your will.
You steal other people's name and reputations and think nothing about it. And you wonder why you are held in contempt.
Go back and read the Shakespeare quote.
You have tried to make this an unpleasant experience, trying to take over our identities and trying to take credit for our research. This is a forum and a method to exchange information, do you expect to steal my good name and not be hurt yourself?
“Good name in man and woman, dear my lord,
Is the immediate jewel of their souls:
Who steals my purse steals trash; ’tis something, nothing;
’twas mine, ’tis his, and has been slave to thousands;
But he that filches from me my good name
Robs me of that which not enriches him,
And makes me poor indeed.”
You make demands while you are hurting others - you have no right to do what you do yourself.
You harass us and you expect sympathy from us? You are the one who will die angry.
Why don't you prove that you are a gentlemen and remove all the totally irrelevant messages that you posted on this message board. You lose, we are still going to keep on posting.
Just keep an eye on the backlog. I am going to cut back if the number decreases significantly.
There is a big article about Crude by Rail in today's Wall Street Journal. Google "Dangers Aside, Railways Reshape Crude Market" later in the day and you may find that somebody has copied the article to a place that does not require a subscription to read it.
The map of rail routes that ship oil may be questionable.
There is an oil field in southern Kentucky, near Glasgow, Kentucky. In the 1970s there were a number of wells yielding 1 to 50 barrels a day of some very high sulfur crude. They were shipping crude by rail from Glasgow at that time to Tennessee Eastman.
Genesee & Wyoming bought up 30+ shortlines from RailAmerica.
G &W bought 1,000 miles of track from CP to form the Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern.
Montreal Maine & Atlantic changed hands to become the Central Maine & Quebec.
There are hundreds of shortlines in North America with constant activity
Thanks - don't forget this includes some interesting train movements- mostly Japanese container ships to Prince Rupert, BC, they get hauled by container train to Memphis in about 110 hours to interchange with other lines.
In the week ending Sept. 13, U.S. railroads set a record for weekly intermodal volume at 279,052 units, according to the Association of American Railroads. Volume rose 5 percent year over year.
U.S. railroads also registered 300,388 carloads, up 1.4 percent, and 579,440 total traffic units, up 3.1 percent compared with volumes from the same week last year. Six of 10 carload commodity groups posted gains, led by petroleum and petroleum products at 29.9 percent, nonmetallic minerals at 9.7 percent, and metallic ores and metals at 6.3 percent.
For the week ending Sept. 13, Canadian railroads reported 81,934 carloads, down 4.7 percent, and 62,278 intermodal units, up 6.2 percent. Mexican railroads’ weekly carloads climbed 10.9 percent to 16,654 units and their intermodal volume inched up 0.5 percent to 12,289 units.
Through 2014’s first 37 weeks, U.S. railroads handled 10,718,782 carloads, up 3.5 percent, and 9,522,482 intermodal units, up 5.6 percent compared with the same 2013 period. Canadian railroads reported 2,929,918 carloads, up 1.4 percent, and 2,108,966 intermodal units, up 7.1 percent, while Mexican railroads logged 579,982 carloads, up 1.7 percent, and 385,629 intermodal units, up 4.4 percent.
Through 37 weeks, 13 reporting U.S., Canadian and Mexican railroads registered 14,228,682 carloads, up 3 percent, and 12,017,077 containers and trailers, up 5.8 percent year over year.