blame has to go partly with our American kids. They don't want to do manual labor. After all they went to college. They aspire to be investment bankers, Wall St gurus or "startup " ceo's. So in effect the illegals are NOT taking jobs away....the jobs are falling in their laps.
techpath, if one pays into SS you have to have a SS#.. Its completely illegal for the federal government to extract payroll taxes for a benefit that you cannot receive. There is something missing from your myth.
joe, slim chance of that happening. Saudies are very flexible and manipulates the market to suit their needs. Nothing holds them back. Notice that they moved first. and the world reacts.
the main thing here is that we won't be hearing from you again ? Great !!! Thankyou.
you are talking politics. Thats on a different board. Main thing here is the stock going UP. You can shop elsewhere.
you are dealing with Wall St. The price of oil is disregarded in the investment community when "the street" finds out about investors' plans. NOTHING is etched in stone whenever you invest.
yjaplomb "In sum, I will be a seller at this point." What is holding you up ? You should sell immediately the way you feel about TGT
carol, even "an agreement" or opinion (100 % of them for a higher oil price or 100% lower) of 1000 "experts"........ does not equate to where oil prices are going. We're talking Wall St. There are no guarantees or so called expert advice. Plus I would not trust the Arab at Oppenheimer or Barklays. Bloomberg I laugh at.
bup.....Its a gamble. I took part in two spinoffs. I'm batting .500 . One I sold after a nice profit but should have 'held' and the other one (that I'm losing on paper) is simply a slight aggravation....until I sell it. If I sold this loser tomorrow, my net overall would be a gain of maybe two or three thousand dollars. Not too bad but the gains are not etched in stone like bup said.
if you are serious...........are you? then you would not ask that question face to face. You would do a little research and find out what IBM sells.