They own or hold this loser...still..
Nothing more or less.
will be 450 by January with a P/E of 486
These strikers are PIGS,,, greedy PIGS.. They should be fighting with their management not the consumer who frankly should never be paying more then $35.00 a month to watch TV, be on the internet or phone. Stinking Crooks..
If I was president I would from a National Security Interest Take Away our Communications network from all the PIGS like Verizon and Comcast. We went from paying a 24.00 a month phone Bill. To every household in America paying an average of $99.00 a month for phone and TV. Now the PIGS want even more. I think the FCC needs to take back our airways..
trying to recover a whopping lose on BHI. A mother Texas style loss.. Now BHI looks like a SHORT Here.
If you can stomach the fraud and manipulation in oil go there, but everything is going to drop. Trading volumes are horrible...
You have to drill on Federal Land otherwise your contract is null and void!
You get a raise to pay for it??
Read the Historical Posts.. Actually, I've been right on:) They will win big..
The FEDS will payout and act as the custodians so close up. We are heading towards negative rates and will pay 10 cents on the dollar on U.S. debt,,, and you'll like it.. Keep Working America
The criminals have the system rigged.
So has the majority who left the markets in January.
$25 oil IS COMING AND cop IS GOING TO $29
There is no way that HAL can sell assets worth 10 Billion when OIL is going to $25.00. Its over Arbitrage Wins they win in 75% of these merger deals. Hal will drop to $25 and BHI will Drop to $30.00.
To think Sears and Kmart has to now pay these people $15 an hour now in California, very sad but has gone on so long I just drive an extra 5 miles to avoid Sears and Kmart. I have not had a good shopping experience in Kmart or Sears in atleast 20 years..
watch out below
This part of the prospectus explains the way in which a fund allocates and manages its resources to achieve its investment objectives. Aspects considered when designing such a strategy include setting goals for net asset value, determining asset allocation, investment restrictions (such as only investing in a certain industry) and deciding whether (and how) derivatives may be used.
A fund's investment strategy, like its goals, should be in sync with your investment style. For example, although a small cap fund and a large cap equity fund are both aiming for long-term capital appreciation, they are both using very different strategies to reach this goal. Before choosing one type of fund over another, make sure you consider why investing in any one of these asset types is right for you. Otherwise, you might be in for some surprises!
Mutual Funds have an investment management rule on what they can own and hold.. I know none who hold JUNK..