W caused more terrorism with his attack on Iraq than anyone ever has, ever, with any action of any kind.
Obama got back our last POW from Bush's failed war. And killed bin Laden, who was still alive because Bush couldn't win a stuffed bear at the carnival, much less a serious adult war.
In fact, call me when a Conservative wins a war, ever. You dopes have zero credibility on foreign policy, defense, or patriotism.
You really do want yourself to be perceived by everyone as a complete and utter boob, don't you?
Future competition is going to destroy it. AMD will not be competitive in ARM. It will be the 20th company into the segment and way behind the others, and then Intel will jump into ARM chips and that will end that for AMD and everyone else below the line.
AMD is kiting checks. The last bondholder holding the hot potato will find it's radioactively hot, and will die of cancer of the bag.
The only safe bet in AMD is to be short.
So, easy question, to save me digging into the bowels of UBTI accounting:
Does negative UBTI carry over?
It's portmanteau Greek. Coming from sophumer by wry formation of the last suffix into -mor, from moros, aka idiot. The tour of latinate and gallic gutters taken by the sopho- part doesn't dehellenize it. So watch which direction you're swinging that mirror.
It doesn't help that Yahoo's subscription to Edgar is broken. But I found the last 10-K and it describes QRE's UBIT issues thusly:
"Tax-exempt entities and non-U.S. persons face unique tax issues from owning our units that may result in adverse tax consequences to them.
Investment in our units by tax-exempt entities, such as employee benefit plans and individual retirement accounts, or IRAs, and non-U.S. persons raises issues unique to them. For example, virtually all of our income allocated to organizations that are exempt from federal income tax, including IRAs and other retirement plans, will be unrelated business taxable income and will be taxable to them. Distributions to non-U.S. persons will be subject to withholding taxes imposed at the highest effective tax rate applicable to such non-U.S. persons and each non-U.S. person will be required to file federal tax returns and pay tax on their share of our taxable income. Prospective unitholders who are tax-exempt entities or non-U.S. persons should consult their tax advisor before investing in our units."
That part about "virtually all of our income" is really not making me feel all warm and fuzzy. Does it actually mean that all dividends from this thing are taxed when deposited in an IRA? Because that would cut the yield by a lot.
Is there anywhere a history of UBTI for QRE? IR doesn't have one and Google can't find one. I know it's different for each investor, but there should be some estimate for a generic investor. It just seems like the sort of information that should be visible somewhere.
What color would you like the rest of today's shares in? I have a brand-new box of crayons.
I make money.
And I sell more shares, which make me more money next time it goes down.
And there's always a next time.
I will never have to cover.
the trolls were hoping for a down-year. it's going to be a great year, but not a spectacular one.
next year, we're back with spectacular. too many openings and too much collateral construction to discount.
Greek. Not Latin. And the markets have outlawed dips for the time being. Nomura throws water on 2014 and we get a pop.
Like I keep saying, this isn't the year we're looking for. Next year will be time for swing-traders to turn on the major inflows.
If we finish 2014 with WYNN near 250, I will be revising my 1/2016 estimate up. Very tempting to do it now, but it's still 250.