profileDapAd&PG=MSPGEN&AP=1089300250Profile-Public-Combined-page1|SCPProfilesocial.msn.comProfileen-usProfilesocial.msn.com/profile/default.aspxsocial.msn.com/profile/default.aspx?urlName=Xr0tfHNA8FEyooTyoDiZsxwWSYa534s0I&mkt=en-us0Public profileProfileProfileProfilePlease type a nickname.There was an error. Please try again later.6607025e0bb04d0580c62688c0f9530bFalsemoreen-US
My first reaction to this article is that there is no substantial discussion on each page about why the stock might "POP". With that absence and with the market at all time highs with everyone irrationally exuberant it just has the feeling of "here's a list of hot tips I just got from the shoe shine boy".
There is something disconcerting about a system that claims it is justified to take the larger share of what one earns than what one keeps no matter what the level of income might be. It seems as though those who make more, especially those who make much more should be able to pay more and it seems correct to expect t...more
I agree with Craigster56. Percentage loss list should be given as comparison. Percentage loss is more indicative of severity of market action. Please create similar article with list of 50 worst percentage loss days in DOW in history.
The article would have been more interesting if it included the names of companies who supply helium or it suggested other ways to think about how to invest in order to position for the time when helium does run out.
The article says it is excluding taxes. I see other comments about sales taxes. The article doesn't say anything about insurance rates. The article becomes "gee whiz" info without inclusion of tax and insurance rates. In South Florida for example the property taxes are high. Property insurance rates are high. Lon...more
To report abusive content:
Select the post to go to the related message board page.