Japan ... QE in excess of 200% of their GDP. By 2016, you'll be able to buy a $30 Tamcoma for $12 grand and the Japanees will be trading furniture for food in the local village store.
GUARANTEED. After all, it sure the hell never will be selling cars!
by Wall Wall Street and those elementary school teachers running the Federal Reserve. Calling this a Bull Market is analogous to Wal-Mart reenacting the Resurrection of Christ as an Easter Sale event. I cannot believe that there are so many complete morins that actually believe the economy is recovering. Seriously, has the entire world gone completely insane? Over four-trillion pumped into this cesspool and more than 6 years of BS media saying 1/3rd of the U.S. population not working is a 'positive'? Good Lord, no wonder gun sales are soaring!
and Tesla projects going forward, about 9 MILLION LESS than BMW will sell next month! That's why Tesla is valued at more than GM, FORD, and CHRYSLER "COMBINED" and has a share price nearly 4 times higher than BMW.
Note: You need to known how to read English, add, and subtract to make these calculations ... in order The unemployment rate stayed steady @ 5.9% meaning that 9.17 million are out of work that are looking but the labor participation rate went from 62.8% down to 62.7% meaning an additional 248,000 citizens left the workforce. Taking the additional 248,000 people out of the workforce meant that to keep the unemployment rate steady at 5.9%, an additional 14,632 people had to not be counted in those looking for work. With the 248,000 people dropping out of the workforce this month, it looks likely that the 14,632 didn't get jobs but rather are part of the 248,000 that quit looking. To be fair, some of the 248,000 that dropped out retired but with the vast majority of new hires in America today being in the 55-68 age range, I think it's fair to say that the majority of the 248,000 wanted jobs but simply got frustrated and quit looking. Long story short, the liberal media's attempt to make it sound like the unemployment picture is getting better under Obama simply doesn't stand up to reality. 5.9% unemployment meant that things actually got worse.
Year is acceptable guess.
as the 22nd NEW RECORD HIGH printed. In a related note, ECB announced that they have entered the 3rd 'recession' in 3 years, promising to buy toxic assets at 100% on the Euro that could not be sold to a blind-monk at five-cents, and of course the Bank of Japan confirmed another round of QE ANYTHING that easily exceeds 200% of GDP. Long live RECOVERY, without it the entire financial world would collapse. As a side note ... isn't it wonderful that after 6 years of QE, more than $4 trillion in so-called 'stimulus', NOTHING can strand on its own! That's what I call a real success story.
and with this earnings and the reduced sales guidance, 4 times is likely.
just wait till we get the numbers from the $30 dollars pizzas! I'm thinking of getting one of those bumper-stickers ... I JUST PAID $40 FOR A COOKIE AT WHOLE FOODS!!!
guess that's why it's only up $11+ rather than the $60 estimated per/share
And I think everyone here agrees, those new wheel covers should generate at least another $5 billion in market-cap by the close in after hours.
We are heading back to 190 if not lower in the next two weeks 2009
We are heading back to 190 if not lower in the next two weeks 2010
We are heading back to 190 if not lower in the next two weeks 2011
We are heading back to 190 if not lower in the next two weeks 2012
We are heading back to 190 if not lower in the next two weeks 2013
We are heading back to 190 if not lower in the next two weeks 2014
Thank heavens we still don't have an economy ... as stated in March 2009, LONG LIVE THE RECOVERY, IT'S THE FASTEST WAY TO PROSPERITY AS LONG AS YOU WORK ON WALL STREET.
Hey, don't get mad at me, I pay 30% of every dollar I earn in taxes to fight ISIS and I'm sure it helped the Secrete Service buy over $30,000 in coffee at Starbucks too! See Investigative NBC Reporter Scott MacFarlane's review of DOJ Credit Card expenses.
does that really make them 'bad guys"? After all, they did pay a fine, right? Hey, look at it this way, may be next time they can't DEDUCT the "fine" as an expense. That would be okay, right?