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weeluen 40 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 27, 2015 1:38 PM Member since: Apr 8, 2000
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  • Does time decay comes into play for OIL and USO? (Like UCO and SCO)

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    Does time decay comes into play for OIL and USO

    by weeluen Jan 20, 2015 3:39 PM
    weeluen weeluen Jan 21, 2015 1:19 PM Flag

    wjat about USO? Also, does OIL track Crude oil price. So, if crude oil price today is $48/brl, OIL is $10.67...if Crude oil price goes down to $24 next week, OIL will trade around $5.33 and in 2 month, Crude oil price is back to $48/Brl, OIl should be back around $10.67....
    or they invest in Future/options so, price will reset whenever the Future/options are purchase and sold ? so, instead of price Reseting daily like UCO, they reset are longer interval?

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    Should I worry about applepay?

    by dinkylinq Jan 21, 2015 4:57 PM
    weeluen weeluen Jan 21, 2015 10:12 PM Flag

    forget APplepay, worry abt. AliPay if ALIBABA decided to invade America!

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    BABA or FB?

    by kudlowsflooziegirl Jan 24, 2015 4:38 PM
    weeluen weeluen Jan 26, 2015 11:20 PM Flag

    2 very similar yet very different's the similar part, FB was the darling/wonder boy that everyone hates 2 years ago..... baba is the most hated internet company now..... both will generate billions of $$$ for a ling time..... both will dominate the space they are in now.....but no matter how much market share they gain in their current space, wall street won't reward them much..... wall street will seriously reward them if they successfully branch out into new businessses . Facebook was nicely rewarded when their transition into mobile were, for baba share holder, don't get excited if alibaba comes to USA.... look for what alipay will do in foreign exchange/transaction, or alibaba film....etc...
    Plus both don't need warehouse or stores, they just need bigger servers.

    The difference part, Facebook does not need money from therir users/members,,,,,, BABA needs their members to spend, you know which have higher obstacles for newcomer to challenge their dominance!
    Both are great company to invest now......glta

  • weeluen weeluen Jan 27, 2015 12:03 AM Flag

    German and the entire EU is not interested in helping Greece... they are saving their own banks....
    If EU don't step in, Greece would have defaulted on all their loans/bonds.... guess who owns all these bad loans/bonds? German banks, banks from all over EU......
    So, finally Greece wise up or elected someone with a backbone.... the heck with EU and all big European banks....we screwed up, you screwed up even more, why is it only us(Greeks) paying for it under the current arrangement...and the Greeks are the bad guys.. time for you German banks, EU to pay for your own mistakes(writing bad loan, investing in risky countries/government)......and by the way, you can take your EU and euro currency and shove it your know where.....Greece want out...... we will rebuild our economy on Greek terms...... tourism will lead the way as all our hotels, restaurant will cost half or less when you come with your artificially inflated currency called Euro...

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    Merkels camp comes out swinging..

    by yannidomulastas Jan 26, 2015 6:58 PM
    weeluen weeluen Jan 27, 2015 12:10 AM Flag

    I would like to see what merkel and the rest spineless Euro leader can do? All the Greeks have to do is, we will default on our loans/bonds.... we will fix our own problem...... make your austerity measure to Spain or Ireland or Iceland!

  • weeluen weeluen Jan 27, 2015 12:22 AM Flag

    I think EU screw up when this first started.... the should have follow what we (American government) did.....(oh no, I gonna get hated response for praising US gov) ....
    EU should have bail out the banks, instead of the Greece government! But that would be very unpopular, much easier sell to their own taxpayer if they claim the money are for helping another countries, not some irresponsible investment bankers.....(just look at USA, both Obama and bush still get blame for bailing out these big bad banks)

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    Merkels camp comes out swinging..

    by yannidomulastas Jan 26, 2015 6:58 PM
    weeluen weeluen Jan 27, 2015 11:59 AM Flag

    How bad can it get compared to today... Unemployed rate at over 50%, Interest payment exceed their GDP? DEfault these loans, Get rid of Euro, start printing new money...Keep currency low and start running the country on their own terms... Look at Argentina, Brazil and Mexico... Their unemployment rate was never close to 50% at any time....Z
    Europeans will storms Greece vacations land when everything in Greece cost less than what it is now... They will dig themselves out of this hole and never have to be slaves to these BIG European banks or countr(ies)

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    why is nbg above 1.00 a share?

    by diggerguy49 Jan 27, 2015 11:36 AM
    weeluen weeluen Jan 27, 2015 12:06 PM Flag

    wrong, Greece is already Bankrupt long time ago,,, Getting out of EU is their only chance to get themsolves out of this mess... No doubt Greece create this on tehmselves but EU banks are even dumber by funding their irresponsible behavior.... Time for the EU banks pay for their mistakes....Unfortunately,EU government have to bail out these banks(just like our gov. have to bail out US bank for their subprime fiasco)....Leaving EU is the BEST thing for Greece... Next best thing is to stop using Euro as currency in Greece.
    It is about ime EU BANKS take responsibility of their actions and Stop whining when their government start to impose stricter laws to curbs these behavior! (JPM, WFC, Citibank....all learned their lesson, it is time for Deutch bank and other to do so)

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    Merkels camp comes out swinging..

    by yannidomulastas Jan 26, 2015 6:58 PM
    weeluen weeluen Jan 27, 2015 1:03 PM Flag

    when your other options is paying interest that is more than your GDP... What choice do youi have.... Once loan is defaulted, They don;t owe anyone.... remember, They did not break any international law... All Bonds (Yes, even backed by government of a country) is not 100% risk free...what the EU bank (and with their own government backing) want to "bully" Greece into paying back these loans when they are under no obligation to do so... This is just an investment when VERY VERY bad for both Greece and Banks.... So, Greece should go into EU negotiation with the THreat they they will walk away on all these bonds. and maybe they will get something that is "workable" and to their flavor in return....
    AS for future loans, yes they will pay extra premium but... like argentina and Brazil,If they need a bridge build and loan to fund construction, They will negotiate a "bundle" deal with a country/bank/Constractor, you get the constract if you secure the loan for us... Most of the infrastructure project in Argentina, Brazil are funded that way ..... Lives goes on....
    Plus, I (and you too) would like to visit Greece for 1/2 price or less!

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    why is nbg above 1.00 a share?

    by diggerguy49 Jan 27, 2015 11:36 AM
    weeluen weeluen Jan 27, 2015 1:13 PM Flag

    it is too late for the EU banks... They will lose all their investment... No way Greece would or can poosibly afford to pay these loans. Merkel has nothing on Greece, threat of kicking them out of EU.... It is GREECE Best interest to get out of EU and stop using Euro!
    Until now, EU still don't get it! German(EU) taxpayers will be the biggest losers here as their government will have no choice but to bail these Banks out.... Spain, Ireland and Iceland will follow Greece..... Portugal and Maybe Italy will be watchign closely.... ENd of EU and Euro and the British will emerge as the Smartest for Not supporting the Euro.
    as for germany, You eserve what you get... You created and sold the idea of EU and Euro to poorer country so that you can flood their market with your product and kill off other smaller local companies... AS a results, these people are jobless and bankrupt... what goes around, comes around...

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    Merkels camp comes out swinging..

    by yannidomulastas Jan 26, 2015 6:58 PM
    weeluen weeluen Jan 27, 2015 1:16 PM Flag

    a new beginning for Greece... At least now, they have hope...
    Just hope (for Us investor here) this don't spread to Ireland, spain and iceland.....etc

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    .80 tomorrow

    by diggerguy49 Jan 28, 2015 9:43 AM
    weeluen weeluen Jan 28, 2015 10:22 AM Flag

    almost there already....

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    when is the best time of the year to visit Greece?

    by weeluen Jan 27, 2015 3:53 PM
    weeluen weeluen Jan 28, 2015 1:19 PM Flag

    Looks like Sept. is the best time. Which island is the best ? what abt safety? what is the temperature like in sept? also, is the beach/water warm enough to swim in Sept?

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    $700 to $1 in 10 years

    by hollandisback68 Jan 28, 2015 1:14 PM
    weeluen weeluen Jan 28, 2015 1:24 PM Flag

    reverse split twice (1 for 5 and 1 for 10)

  • Anyone know where (geographically breaksdown) SAn Revenue and profit came from? Is it mostly from Spain and a little latin America or more like 50-50 split?

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    Just read

    by tannbechard Jan 28, 2015 12:50 PM
    weeluen weeluen Jan 28, 2015 1:31 PM Flag

    Like EU have any bargaining power in this!!!

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    bankrupt russia will save them

    by bilbo79 Jan 28, 2015 1:39 PM
    weeluen weeluen Jan 28, 2015 1:45 PM Flag

    Look for Chinese company COSCO to make majopr acquisition/deal regarding Greek ports soon....
    EU better wise up otherwise, Greece will become a Russia-China puppet state.

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    Next week NBG will be 0.5 !!! ?

    by bersndan Jan 28, 2015 1:28 PM
    weeluen weeluen Jan 28, 2015 1:48 PM Flag

    next week? why it take so long? Friday!

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