Xbox One plus PS4 plus Wii U sales combined for December 2013 did not add up to Xbox 360 sales from December 2011.
Throwing stats from 2002 at us just proves how incredibly desperate you are.
The Catskills are Atlantic City without a beach. Impossible to tell if they can make money there, either.
You're the one doing the lying and misinterpretation, douchey.
Not even close. That crash was because people were afraid the entire monetary system was going to die. This is herd mentality panicking over prognostications based on no facts at all.
Oversight by JPM. Lucky for me. Would anyone like to buy more of their own shares from me again?
What color crayon should I use this time?
Collect all 64 colors and I'll add you to the Wall of Dopes.
I will never have to cover.
In December of 2011, the Wii, PS3, and Xbox 360 collectively sold over 10 million consoles.
The new units haven't even come close, even though release and xmas sales coincided.
AMD really bit off a steaming turd when it "won" the third console contract by underbidding nVidia by so much.
If AMD has any balance due on the LOC, and shows a loss for the quarter, BAC takes the company over and sells it for scrap. Them's the rules.
That's a shame. The longer it stays in the 3's, the more free money I make selling fake shares.
AMD is being sold off by ATIC/Mubadala/Abu Dhabi, because they recognize it has no future.
Jeebus you're a dumb liar.
I didn't have an order today that didn't cross before I could even click the Order Status button.
Lumpheaded longs buying in droves. And every dime of it going into my bottomless pocket, never to return.
Changing your name and telling the same lies doesn't make them true. Copper is dropping for purely speculative reasons based on panic over economic softness. Good time to buy the stuff, really.
But you, you're a pure sell. Stuck behind your lies and with the truth pounding on your head, you'll be sold for scrap soon.
South China Morning Post, from last month:
"Macau reduced to a shuffle as mainland Chinese tourists flood in
A sense of frustration prevailed among Macau residents over the Lunar New Year as hundreds of thousands of mainland tourists swamped the city.
About 2.7 million people, mostly mainlanders and a smaller portion of Macanese, are expected to have crossed in and out of Macau at the main Gongbei Port checkpoint at Zhuhai by the end of the week-long holiday - more than five times the SAR's population of just over 550,000.
The former Portuguese colony is less than 3 per cent the size of Hong Kong and tourists were squeezing shoulder to shoulder up the lane to the Ruins of St Paul's.
In an unprecedented move, the government imposed a policed, one-way pedestrian system to ease the flow of people along the main thoroughfare, the Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro.
Newspaper vendor Ben Lai Hou-kei, whose stall has stood near the square for four decades, said it was more crowded than last Lunar New Year. "There was little planning by the government," he said. "And the ruthless pace of mainlanders conflicts with the local way of life....""
Face it, douchey, Macau is a hit, and you're not.
And this from Barron's (note that "yield up tables" means "increase per-table yield", here):
"JP Morgan Asia Gaming Takeaway: LVS, MGM, WYNN
By Shuli Ren
J.P. Morgan met with management at Las Vegas Sands (LVS), MGM Resorts (MGM), and Wynn Resorts (WYNN) and here are some of their takeaways.
On Macau, analysts Joseph Greff, Brian Mullan and Jonathan Mohraz noted:
LVS noted that yielding up its tables continues to be a daily focus at the company. LVS believes that EBITDA at Sands Cotai Central can continue to ramp, although it will not necessarily reach the levels generated by the Venetian (due to fewer tables as well as the extremely successful retail component at the Venetian).
WYNN believes that there is still an opportunity to yield up its [Macau Peninsula] tables over the next two years, noting that demand continues to outpace supply in the market. The Cotai project remains on track for an early 2016 opening.
At its existing Macau asset, MGM expects to remain in the ~9% to ~11% market share range for 2014. Regarding the Cotai project, MGM remains “very comfortable” with an early 2016 opening.
LVS noted that the go forward focus in Singapore is to grow the foreign mass component of the property
All three players believe Japan will pass the gaming legislation this year.
This year, Las Vegas Sands have gained 7.9%, MGM advanced 14.6%, and Wynn rallied 23.3%, outperforming the S&P 500‘s 1.1%."
Give it up, douchey. Real facts are easy to find.
Again you post FUD that nobody can examine online.
"Macau Casino Revenue Jumps to Record After Lunar New Year
By Vinicy Chan and Rachel Butt Mar 3, 2014 2:25 AM MT
Macau Gaming Sales May Double by 2020, Fischer Says
Macau casino revenue climbed 40 percent to a record in February, beating estimates, after a jump in mainland Chinese visitors to the world’s largest gambling hub during the Chinese New Year..."
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