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I hear people say "overvalued", "overbought", unsustainable", but from what base starting point? People like Blaine or Anthony can throw out charts, graphs, etc., but does that by itself give automatic credibility to what they say? Many of us can put out numbers to promote a viewpoint we wish to pursue if we so choos...more
........... he is not a stock picking clairvoyant.
No one is. .although some who post on these articles seem to think they are.
.........Truth is you are your own best advisor...... and that's a scary thought
Buyback, why not, corps are sitting on tons of cash. A lot of corps reward their upper management teams with stock options. Unless things have changed, the value of an option is the difference between its exercise price and share price of the stock when exercised. To expand on blackngoldharley's formula:
ATypicalWhiteWoman......I've seen some typical white women like that.....sitting drunk at the end of the bar in a neighborhood saloon bitching and complaining for anyone to hear, although everyone else there is trying not to.
Someone, sometimes tradesmen do want for work, because a lot of it is tied into the housing and overall construction industry. The latest housing bubble bust cost a lot of jobs. But if housing/construction continues to make a recovery, albeit a slow one, then jobs will come back. One caveat, if we find a lot of ille...more
So one morning you woke up a Master Plumber working union wages without effort?
Where the hell did you pull that out from (rhetorical, please, don't tell us).
BCgrad, good post, especially the part about dignity in all work, because work is do...more
Keep in mind, what was "music" back then really was "music", it was primarily audio, not visual, there were no videos with outlandish and erotic costumes and choreography, no MTV, etc. Your music had to sound good on the radio (at home, in a car, at a picnic, etc.), or you were a flop. I remember a girl at work tellin...more