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  • J
    Why doesn't Comcast tell CNBC to restrict Cramer's appearances to just Mad Money and cancel his new investment club? The more Cramer talks and makes buy recommendations, the more retail investors lose money. If Cramer says BUY a stock, then you should sell if you own it, keep your cash, or buy puts.
  • M
    New trader watchlist was published by these guys and it featured CMCSA. (
  • J
    Cramer just said on Squawk on the Street that "most stocks I follow have been cut in half." Cramer is wrong more often than not, and has cost a lot of the retail investors who follow him a ton of money. Whether he's talking about stocks, what to do about COVID, why we need more income redistribution by the government, or how to end the war in Ukraine....he's been wrong.
  • M
    This is about to get news 🔮
  • H
    "Popular Mechanics
    A Missile Attack Sunk a Prized Russian Cruiser. So Are Surface Warships Obsolete Now?
    Kyle Mizokami
    Mon, May 9, 2022, 12:57 PM"

    IMO, the sinking of the "Moskva" was due to:

    -lack of honest info on what Russian sailors were sent for/opposing friends, relatives,....

    -poor morale, due to the just mentioned, poor supply,...

    -poor training

    -poor maintenance as found with Russian vehicles and aircraft

    -likely lack of "watch" stationed to look out for attacks


    There will always be losses of large ships as during WWII, but their are many new defences, radar, and other versions of, quickly scrambled aircraft with faster speed, more diverse armament, screening vessels with many of what I mentioned....
  • M
    Guys, check out ( They have been crushing it lately while CMCSA barley does anything at all.
  • H
    "Fox News
    Russia has signaled intent to end 'current phase' of invasion, cut losses with Kherson referendum: expert
    Peter Aitken
    Wed, May 11, 2022, 2:08 PM"

    I have a very minimal hope this is truthful, but have an extreme distrust of what putin puts out through his "gov't". Until he states and puts this on paper in another country where he is ready to allow himself to submit to the Hague's Court... Afterall, the "gov't" is just a mouthpiece for the autocrat/dictator, putin.
  • C
    Yahoo! has been so bad lately - especially the CMCSA board. I like using ( now instead for my daily research.
  • S
    Remember how pot stocks buried a lot of people a few years back? Crypto will be known as the greatest burrier of American young and African of all time! this will be the Guinness world book of record! Don't miss out get your name included.Successful people don't become that way overnight. What most people see at a glance - wealth, a great career, purpose is the result of hard working and hustle overtime. I pray that anyone who read this will be successful in life. It's possible to produce superior performance provided you do something different from the majority👍👍MASSIVE order are coming in at the close, huge volume. Large institutions on the move again🤑🚀Deposit this sell off today, we had a very good week in this volatile market good volume at the close and A /Hs💯☑️
  • r
    With CMCSA wireless up 32% YOY. Could this be viewed as a phone disrupter and the reason VZ and T are having so many problems?
  • H

    Supreme Court has voted to overturn abortion rights, draft opinion shows
    “We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled,” Justice Alito writes in an initial majority draft circulated inside the court.


    05/02/2022 08:32 PM EDT

    Updated: 05/03/2022 02:14 PM EDT"

    "General Welfare The concern of the government for the health, peace, morality, and safety of its citizens. Providing for the welfare of the general public is a basic goal of government. The preamble to the U.S. Constitution cites promotion of the general welfare as a primary reason for the creation of the Constitution."

    Too much literal interpretation is used to judge what the constitution means. The language itself has changed drastically since the writing. There needs to be use of the present meaning of word found in the constitution. After all: "
    What Was Healthcare Like in the 1800s?

    by Elaine G. Breslaw
    Elaine G. Breslaw is a visiting scholar at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and author of "Lotions, Potions, Pills, and Magic: Health Care in Early America."

    Nineteenth-century British depiction of a cholera outbreak. Credit: University of St. Andrews.
    Because it appeared in the midst of the ongoing debate over the workings of the Affordable Care Act, “Obamacare,” my latest book, Lotions, Potions, Pills, and Magic: Health Care in Early America, received some surprising attention from the public. That curiosity is focused on connecting early health care with current issues. As all medical historians recognize, the differences in both treatments and delivery of heath care are a stark contrast with contemporary methods. But there are a few carry-overs in the ideas and behaviors of both medical personnel and the public toward health care. The continuity has some lessons to teach about the pitfalls of the American system.

    Before modern medicine, the understanding of disease and other bodily afflictions was based on ideas that were at least 2,000 years old but lacked any scientific basis. All people in the Western world, and not just medical personnel, assumed that disease was caused by an imbalance or disturbance within the body. A miasma (a foul odor in the air), or an evil spirit, or a contagious disease, or any number of outside influences could bring on that imbalance. The cure lay in eliminating those elements called humors by removing the offending substance through some bodily orifice -- the mouth, nose, rectum, or the skin -- using various drugs or by removing blood. Such were the major therapies that had prevailed in both orthodox medicine and folk practices for centuries. There was no understanding of germs invading the body or of mosquito vectors, or of fleas causing disease.

    During the colonial era, most American doctors were trained in Europe or had been apprenticed to those who had. They followed procedures that were universally acceptable and fairly moderate. Letting nature heal and the amelioration of symptoms had become hallmarks of the best trained. Most were educated men with elite status who could convey a sense of authority and competence because of their social class. Nonetheless, most people did not consult doctors, who charged high fees, relying mostly on home remedies, midwives, local folk healers, or in the case of African Americans, the obeah or conjurer. Such healers charged less and offered remedies that mimicked the orthodox. But all admired and respected the physician in the years before the Revolution."

    SCOTUS, literally using the State of Health Care (and overturning established SCOTUS decisions/Steris Decisis/....) from when the constitution was written (with no idea of what progress/innovations/discoveries/... would be made in the furture) is reprehensible if one reads the last quote above.

    "ABC News
    Senator brings up family's abortion story, as future of Roe v. Wade in jeopardy
    Wed, May 4, 2022, 5:37 PM
    Sen. Gary Peters was one of the first sitting U.S. senators to share a personal family abortion story and, with the future of Roe v. Wade in doubt, he told his story to ABC News Live to underscore how devastating the loss of legal abortion will be for the country.

    In the late 1980s, Peters' first wife, Heidi, had to undergo an abortion procedure after her water broke during her second trimester. Peters warned that if Roe v. Wade is overturned, following reports on a leaked Supreme Court draft ruling, it will have a devastating effect on women and families who go through similar life-and-death situations."
  • T
    As I have stated. The majority of their customers would rather go hungry than lose cable/internet. Also the number 1 provider of fiber optics lit services in USA. that dividend also keeps coming.
  • a
    avg joe
    Dumped my comcast after 26 years...last month they raised my bill by $52 from $240 to $292. When I asked why they said some of my promotional pricing expired. 26 year customer...

    If that is how they treat their long term customers then they deserve to lose business.

    It is a shame too because they have the best products.
  • r
    Comcast should go buy AMC Networks. It’s trading at 3.2 times earnings. Cash flow will pay for itself. Great bolt on and catalyst for the stock.
  • E
    Take cover Demorat depression coming fast
  • T
    Unbelievably good buying opportunity.
  • H
    "Winter War
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    This article is about the 1939–1940 war between the Soviet Union and Finland. For other uses, see Winter War (disambiguation).
    Winter War
    Part of the European theatre of World War II
    A group of Finnish soldiers in snowsuits manning a heavy machine gun in a foxhole.
    A Finnish Maxim M/09-21 machine gun crew during the Winter War
    Date 30 November 1939 – 13 March 1940
    (3 months, 1 week and 6 days)
    Eastern Finland
    Result Moscow Peace Treaty
    changes Cession of the Gulf of Finland islands, Karelian Isthmus, Ladoga Karelia, Salla, Rybachy Peninsula and lease of Hanko to the Soviet Union


    Foreign volunteers
    Soviet Union

    Finnish Democratic Republic
    Commanders and leaders
    Finland Kyösti Kallio
    Finland Risto Ryti
    Finland C.G.E. Mannerheim
    Finland Hugo Österman
    Finland Harald Öhquist
    Finland Erik Heinrichs
    Finland Woldemar Hägglund
    Finland Wiljo Tuompo
    Soviet Union Joseph Stalin
    Soviet Union Kliment Voroshilov
    Soviet Union Semyon Timoshenko
    Soviet Union Kirill Meretskov
    Soviet Union Vladimir Grendal [ru]
    Soviet Union Grigori Shtern
    Soviet Union Mikhail Dukhanov
    Soviet Union Valerian Frolov
    Otto Wille Kuusinen
    Akseli Anttila
    300,000–340,000 soldiers[F 1]
    32 tanks[F 2]
    114 aircraft[F 3] 425,000–760,000 soldiers[F 4]
    2,514–6,541 tanks[F 5]
    3,880 aircraft[10]
    Casualties and losses
    25,904 dead or missing[11]
    43,557 wounded[12]
    800–1,100 captured[13]
    20–30 tanks
    62 aircraft[14]
    1 armed icebreaker damaged
    Finnish Ladoga Naval Detachment ceded to the Soviet Union
    70,000 total casualties 126,875–167,976 dead or missing[15][16][17][18]
    188,671–207,538 wounded or sick[15][16] (including at least 61,506 sick or frostbitten[19])
    5,572 captured[20]
    1,200–3,543 tanks[21][22][23]
    261–515 aircraft[23][24]

    321,000–381,000 total casualties
    Winter War battles
    Campaigns of World War II
    Nordic states, 1939–1945
    Finland (1939–1945)
    Winter War
    BackgroundTimelineForeign supportAerial warfareNaval warfareAftermath
    Related topics
    Popular cultureFinnish evacuationMannerheim LinePlans for Franco-British intervention
    The Winter War,[F 6] also known as the First Soviet-Finnish War, was a war between the Soviet Union and Finland. The war began with a Soviet invasion of Finland on 30 November 1939, three months after the outbreak of World War II, and ended three and a half months later with the Moscow Peace Treaty on 13 March 1940. Despite superior military strength, especially in tanks and aircraft, the Soviet Union suffered severe losses and initially made little headway. The League of Nations deemed the attack illegal and expelled the Soviet Union from the organisation.

    The Soviets made several demands, including that Finland cede substantial border territories in exchange for land elsewhere, claiming security reasons—primarily the protection of Leningrad, 32 km (20 mi) from the Finnish border. When Finland refused, the Soviets invaded. Most sources conclude that the Soviet Union had intended to conquer all of Finland, and use the establishment of the puppet Finnish Communist government and the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact's secret protocols as evidence of this,[F 7] while other sources argue against the idea of a full Soviet conquest.[F 8] Finland repelled Soviet attacks for more than two months and inflicted substantial losses on the invaders while temperatures ranged as low as −43 °C (−45 °F). The battles focused mainly on Taipale along the Karelian Isthmus, on Kollaa in Ladoga Karelia and on Raate Road in Kainuu, but there were also battles in Salla and Petsamo in Lapland. After the Soviet military reorganized and adopted different tactics, they renewed their offensive in February and overcame Finnish defences."

    Interesting that the invasion of Finland by Russia was during the time Russia was an Axis power (along with Germany, Italy, Japan, later Spain, Hungary, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovakia, and for two days, Yugoslavia before hitler invaded and Russia turned to the allies for support and to join.
  • H
    All putins threats mean nothing. This is a World economy. russia needs US microchips to make it's missiles work, food, ...... place to sell to: US, EU, Briton,....
  • H
    APRIL 29, 20224:06 AMUPDATED 5 HOURS AGO
    Russian parliament chief says Ukraine is mortgaging itself to the United States
    By Reuters Staff

    2 MIN READ"

    Interesting since USSR/Russia has not repaid Lend Lease from WWII, even with agreements to extend. Some countries debts have been forgiven to an extent and the various details of Lend Lease, not needing to repay for...

    From: US State Dept Archives: "Lend Lease claims against the former Soviet Union arising from World War II were settled in a 1972 agreement between the U.S. and U.S.S.R. In the 1972 agreement, the U.S.S.R. pledged to make three initial payments totaling $48 million and to repay the remaining Lend Lease debt once the United States had granted Most Favored Nations (MFN) trade status. The Soviet Union made the three initial downpayments, but because it did not obtain MFN status at that time -- because of conditions set forth in the 1974 Trade Act -- its obligation to make the remaining payments toward its Lend Lease debt was not triggered before the dissolution of the U.S.S.R. However, MFN status was extended to the Russian Federation in 1992, and accordingly, in 1993, Russia signed an agreement with the U.S. in which it acknowledged its liability and agreed to a repayment schedule for the former U.S.S.R.'s Lend Lease debt. Finally, the U.S. continues to work for a resolution with Taiwan of the issue of debts arising from World War II-era loans extended to China."
  • P
    Fox now getting 15x viewers of Jim Cramer in time slot. His viewership is down 50%, 155k. Do shareholders care they pay him 5 mil.