Maybe she can hide in Scotland like the little lass she is. Of course after Friday's vote to succeed.
No lorenavedon - you don't get it. A break away region in Spain means Spain defaults on billions in debt. And we all know what little Greece did to world markets a few years back, when they threatened default. Europe about ready to go the way of the dodo bird, but don't tell lorenavedon that,
So do you really, really want to go long Spy heading into a major train wreck?
On September 18th Scotland will vote on whether or not to leave the United Kingdom and break a union that has lasted over 300 years. While it long seemed as though an independent Scotland was only a pipedream, recent polls have shown that a ‘yes’ vote is actually very likely.
The implications could go beyond Scotland and the UK and have drastic effects on the eurozone as a whole, particularly Spain. “The most obvious parallel is with Catalonia,” says Wolf, referring to the autonomous region in Spain that has often protested for recognition as an independent state. Around 55% of Catalans support independence from Spain and the Scotland referendum has fueled new protests throughout Barcelona.
On Thursday, an estimated 1.8 million protesters marched through the streets of Barcelona waving independence flags and wearing yellow-and-red shirts with the phrase "Now is the time" and shouting "Independencia!,"
xtgeminiman - you are dead wrong. Market will run scared next week as in down, down, down. Bull doesn't like what it see in Britain. Mad cow disease will raise it head with Scotland about to break free and send world markets crashing. Then Putin ramps up invasion into Ukraine helping Rebels destroy what ever is in their path. Then throw in Middle East unrest, a weak U.S. President at the helm and a very overbought U.S. stock market and you have the perfect recipe for a "Major Correction". But lets get back together next Friday and see where things are - especially if Scotland wins with a "YES" vote.
Just curious what the see's for tomorrow. My thinking is market might sell off a little due to to much uncertainty on Scotland status, Europe slowdown and Russia's reaction to more sanctions. Of course U.S. market seem to ignore Geo-policital stuff so maybe we just follow our own song.
Give Me A Break - Justice is Blind
but I think there are several other factors at play that might cause Tvix to spike higher. Apple looks weak going forward, Russia starting to cut off gas supplies to Poland and possibly Europe and housing looks dismal going into 2015. Tbis might just see a lot more up days then down days now - as investors sell out and sit on the sidelines.
Pacific Crest downgraded Apple to "sector perform" from "outperform" following Tuesday's introduction of two new iPhones and the Apple Watch. Pacific Crest said it was some what impressed by the new products but that the potential financial impact is already built into Apple's stock price.
but go below that tomorrow. Seems we are going to see panic selling this week and next as the Fed get closer to hiking rates and Apple's missed opportunities finally send stock way South.
Best post of the week. Wonder how many Apple smart phones Cook can squeeze into a Claw Arcade Game? Guess is a thousand, but even a ten year old won't want this piece of ugly plastic.
When you see Palo Alto fly up 5% on good quarterly report, you know Feye could easily jump 20% on decent quarterly report. Reason being that FireEye stock is dirt cheap, has tremendous upside potential if company give solid forward guidance and has a target price of $45 plus. All aboard.
Flat to red in AH as more negative reviews come out regarding iWatch and limited improvements to iPhone. Seems to me Apple couldn't back up the hype and now the stock trades down going forward.
Business 101 - hope you follow it.
Today's market sell off was actually a blessing if you were looking to Pick up Palo Alto Network a few dollars cheaper. Company is the out and out leader in Cyber Security and with good numbers will blow past $100 a share and set it sights on $120 a share by Christmas.
since a lump of coal might be a better purchase.