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  • 3 Technology Sector Picks for 2011 [View article]
    No mention of ACTC? They were recently approved by the FDA for human studies--the second company besides Geron.
    Dec 24, 2010. 02:09 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • AT&T: Does Sirius XM Have a New Competitor? [View article]
    Brilliant--unemployment approaching 9% fast. Hmmm? Lets come out with a discretionary item that costs 6 times the initial setup as SIRI, and charge a monthly fee that is 2 and 1/2 times more for a lesser product. Good luck to you!
    Most families I know that have back seat TV, have it for the cartoons, not Bloomberg or the local and national news.
    Jun 4, 2009. 08:51 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Five Highest Bull Rated Stocks [View article]
    Bull to Bear ratio.
    May 26, 2009. 03:01 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • PetSmart: Cause for Optimism [View article]
    PETM does not look good for the mere fact that people are ditching their pets so much, that the local pounds have been overloaded. Less animals in private homes = less food & supplies bought from PETM.
    May 25, 2009. 05:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Implications of U.S. Debt [View article]
    Think about what has happened since then. The root of the problem is the inability of our elected government officials to see further out than their next electoral process that has hindered any chance to make the US better.
    It is time to get real change---do not re-elect any sitting politicians. Republicans & Democrats are all the same--liars who are out for themselves--require term limits like the presidency.
    May 20, 2009. 12:59 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Barney Frank Wants to Regulate Your Pay [View article]
    Franks should be jailed for his treasonous acts aiding in the destruction of the American economy.
    He should go away for life.
    May 15, 2009. 09:43 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ten Reasons Why the Kindle Is Toast [View article]
    Good article!
    I do not see the general public going out to buy a $400 piece of equipment to read a $5 book---do the math---it is an economic waste of money for most people.
    I do however think the Kindle could explode in the High School and College arena--think about how much text books cost, and they change seemingly every other year (can you say--waste of paper). Buy the kindle and then reduce the wasteful spending on printing, paper, and maybe even cost of text books overall.
    May 15, 2009. 08:41 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sirius XM: Long Term Gain Will Follow Short Term Pain [View article]
    I hope it hits .33--I'll buy more.
    When the economy resumes growth, I believe this stock will rise and we "longs" will be able to take profits. That's the whole idea isn't it?
    If you don't like the stock,CEO, or offerings, then don't buy it and don't worry about why I (as in longs) am.
    May 14, 2009. 01:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GeoEye Staffing Up: A Good Sign [View article]
    Probable Hardware problem, not a software issue. Supposedly there is a potential for the problem to result in increased hydrazine use meaning less life for the Satellite.
    May 13, 2009. 11:08 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Serious Subscriber Decline Bodes Ill for Sirius XM [View article]
    She work for the NAB?--Scared are we..There just may be a future in SatRad.--I would never get rid of the 3 that I have....I would pace a bet that when jobs improve and new car sales take off--SIRI will begin to elevate itself.
    May 11, 2009. 10:43 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Financial Elites and the Enronization of America (Part I) [View article]
    It all starts with politicians--the biggest crooks of them all! Mandatory Term Limits are the answer. Never let a politician get comfortable!
    May 4, 2009. 11:44 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Congress' Handling of AIG Bonuses Is Shameful [View article]
    lostark98, I argue your point--we are in a two party system ruled by who has the most cash. This was demonstrated superbly by President Obama. You have two choices that the media and most everyone else promote, either the Incumbent or the Rep./ Dem. The need has come for term limits, so we do not get stuck with a poor candidate, just because he brings in the most cash for the party.
    I guess IYO, Lets continue with the same idiots in office, until the sheep stop following the heard--what will that take 100 more years.
    It is time to change the political horizon. Neither Republicans nor Democrats serve the people anymore, they serve lobbyists and themselves. They look for the loophole and money line that will make them a career politician--of which there should be none!
    Mar 26, 2009. 03:13 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Congress' Handling of AIG Bonuses Is Shameful [View article]
    AIG should have been allowed to fail, it is called capitalism--Though I do not agree with the bonuses in these times, it sets poor precedent that the Congress is now back-dooring a contractual obligation made to AIG. Most of these career politicians should be booted out of office in the next election. It is clear that they do not support the US Constitution, and are trying to become dictators. Isn't that why our founding fathers left England? The strong survive in business, and the weak go bankrupt or get bought out. AIG is now reaping the rewards of the Payola to politicians (Dodd, Obama, etc.). This brave new world is going to be ruined by the greed of politicians. Set a 1 term limit so we only have to deal with the likes of Franks, Dodd, Pelosi, Reed, Byrd, Snow, Waters, etc. for limited time.
    As Leftfield said--keep voting incumbents out until they serve the people, not lobbyists and failing businesses.
    Mar 26, 2009. 01:28 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cramer Grilled on Jon Stewart [View article]
    Typical liberal, blame one guy or network for individual people losing money. Maybe cramers call was late, but he did tell everyone to go mostly to cash somewhere around 9000. The blame lies all around, and if these individual investors are too lazy to do their homework, hopefully this will be lesson learned.
    There were & are many Financial Gurus who new this market was going to de-leverage & unwind to these levels. The information was in books, the web, etc., you just had to look for it (homework or due diligence for investors.) As stated in a previous post, Cramer is a good place to get into the market and learn some basics, but to lay all of your eggs in his basket is not smart. Do your own due diligence; it's your money, educate yourself.
    Stewart's shots at Cramer are the equivalent of Santelli blaming only the Poor homeowners for this mess.
    Mar 13, 2009. 08:40 AM | 14 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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