You're so far right you think the least little bit of humanism is pure marxism.
Find another planet before you fall off the edge of this one.
If you have meds, take them. If you do not, then get on the Obamacare and get to a doctor who will prescribe some. Because you've gone stark-staring schizophrenic.
Investing isn't a sin. Demanding workers be treated like cattle so you can get another quarter percent is a sin. Pretending that investing is productive work is a sin. Demanding a bigger tax break for investment profits than for wages is a sin. Manipulating the government to protect that structure of exploitation is a sin.
Being you is a sin. Being me, just human.
Putin is already backing away, and Ukraine is looking at Kerry's outstretched hand, and the billion-dollar handout in it, and wondering if its dress is too slutty, because it doesn't want to be seen as that kind of girl, even though it is.
Crimea may break away, still. But someone would have to lose their marbles to make it a shooting war. As long as Putin knows his military base is safe and the muslims aren't jihading up and the Ukrainian government isn't looking to clean house, those warning shots this morning will be all the bullets fired over any of this.
Simple to spot. They accuse everyone else of their flaws, then when someone points out that's what they're doing, they claim Tu Quoque invalidates the counterargument.
Then their opponent swings his bat again, and they're dead.
Vanguard's job is to create as many products as possible to ensure they can capture every investor for whatever reason they have for looking at investment opportunities that day, just as long as they don't have to actually look at a listed company itself.
They're the investment equivalent of McDonald's, who take all of the effort (and nutritional benefit) out of eating, and in the process charge a premium for junk.
I've searched, and can not find evidence of Vanguard buying AMD recently. I have found and posted evidence that institutions are bailing on AMD in droves recently. so I'll tell you what: If you can show me evidence of Vanguard adding to its holdings of AMD in the past few months, we'll move on to a discussion of why they might do that. Otherwise, you've got nothing and are just playing games by misrepresenting a position that was taken when the facts about the company and its markets were very, very different, and the discussions I have with you will remain focussed on your conceit and stupidity and whatever other personal flaws you expose to us in the process.
"The firm believes structural challenges are mounting despite stabilizing PC markets and despite strong wins in gaming consoles. Oppenheimer sees gross margins declining again, based on competitive pressures. The quote said: 'AMD PC/graphics sales are likely to continue falling faster than PC units as Intel leverages its vast manufacturing and cost advantage to aggressively and profitably capture low-end share. Meanwhile, NVIDIA’s competitive graphics position remains as dominant as ever.'"
They have to have more profits than the size of their LOC withdrawals. There's your trigger. If they fail at that, the entire house of #$%$ comes tumbling down.
Or just stay long ZIV and play in and out of XIV for thrills (on avrage you'll win even if you occasionally mistime it).
Global warming denialism is a litmus test for being completely subjugated to right-wing propaganda.
Turn off that television station and stop listening to those radio shows. They are disinforming you.
This is why AMD sold off at institutions in Q4. 40% of institutional shares were dumped.
You're right. The idiot on Bloomberg should have been pointing out that Rory is the last CEO AMD will ever have. At least while it has shareholders.
One of these days you'll learn the difference between value and price, and then you'll jump out of the window.
Depends on the condition of the casino and its market. But, at this moment, anyone short a decent casino is a complete and utter moron.
Every one sold is a console that stays on the shelf. Rory is competing with himself.