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  • The Fed Won't Change Its Language? REALLY!? [View article]
    why just corn? You can talk about any food source for the most part. Blueberries have doubled in price. I guess all these food prices are a figment of most people's imagination. Yeah there is no inflation.... The fed's inflation equation has to do with buying the next tier lower. People only need food and shelter. And food prices are by far outpacing income. Whatever the fed says must be true! You can stymy the effect by eating junk and buy your boxed pre made dinners.
    Sep 17 03:54 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Fracking study blames poor well construction for tainted water [View news story]
    I'm upset that a good portion of my supposed royalties from Bakken Shale are being used as burnoff.
    Sep 17 03:30 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Fed Won't Change Its Language? REALLY!? [View article]
    gofx, that's how I feel. Riding on the backs of others to create nothing. It's quite sad and pathetic really.
    Sep 17 02:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Has Our Court Of Appeals Gone Radical? [View instapost]
    you sold all wddd? not even a gamble into markman? interesting....
    Sep 16 11:39 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why U.S. Equities Are Hitting All-Time Highs [View article]
    Bingo Michael. Everything is about the dollar. If profit can't be created, nothing else matters. Interestingly enough this country became so great from less gov't and from entrepreneurs creating. Today the backbone is based off of wallstreet, which in its essential form provides absolutely nothing to society, that's what a keynesian market with central planning does for us.
    Sep 15 02:19 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Jobless Claims +11K to 315K [View news story]
    A refinery in North Dakota for the tar sands and bakken shale would be great for long term jobs and lower gas prices in the US. IF anyone has a brain, they understand there is no intent for this as long as corporations can make more elsewhere.
    Sep 11 04:21 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Arena Pharmaceuticals: Strong Sell On Multiple Red Flags [View article]
    this is true. Genetically speaking being "fat" affects a small portion. Prevention should be the number one goal. But the attitude today is people can do anything until its too late. Few want to be held accountable and responsible for their health. Even though visceral fat is much worse than subcutaneous fat, one thing people need to cut down in a major way is sugar.
    Sep 10 01:39 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Central Bank Balance Sheets [View article]
    many food products have more than doubled. I guess you guzzle corn syrup, nice cheap quality food.....
    Sep 10 12:51 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo Rated As Rotten: The Company Shows Why You Don't Speculate On "Patent Trolls" [View article]
    tech, i just call it corporate fascism. Friendly Fascism is a book that came out in the early 80's, it's pretty spot on for displaying where he have gone and will continue to go. In addition, there is also a 2002 PBS documentary called Commanding Heights - the battle for world economies. It fits right in line with the corporate takeover of pretty much every resource on the planet. Obama even recently announced 30 billion dollars to put towards investing in Africa.
    Aug 17 03:59 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Vringo: Next Steps After A Disappointing Decision Versus Google [View article]
    So what's the deal here? If VRNG's ideas are obvious then the logical progression is that google's patents are obvious too. While this court case does NOT set precedent to wipe out google's patents. It surely sets a precedent for other's to use a corporate giants patents in a similar manner. Is the idea that these corporate giants have the massive distribution channels and even if some small start up used "software patents" they won't get anywhere? Hmm, for how inefficient corp giants are and gouge the consumer, if a start up can execute well they will take market share away from whatever corporate giant they are competing with, since software patents are so dubious.... Unless of course, there is a political agenda.....
    Aug 17 02:48 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • ZTE Settlement Could Drive Vringo Shares Substantially Higher [View article]
    Ha, and there is the first step to their bankruptcy. Google was the golden goose. ZTE has potential, and they are going to be starting ASUS litigation soon. Burn rate is going to be higher. I wonder if investors are going to continue to sue VRNG. Talk about Dharma.
    Aug 16 04:12 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • EIA Petroleum Inventories [View news story]
    Moon, have you seen the price of oil/gas on average the last several years? Way higher than before the collapse. Right before the collapse was one hyperbolic move that sent oil briefly above 130. Overall it is way more expensive NOW and obvious to anyone who buys food. While the Fed doesn't put food in the inflation equation, any sane person would. But alas, interest in a driving economy in the US for Americans is not priority anymore. Over 30 billion recently promised for investments in Africa by Obama, retail moving priority to Asia as more wealth is created there. And as you said, energy companies can make more profit selling oil elsewhere than in the US. Same is happening with natural gas. While job opportunities will continue in the US, the middle class is frankly screwed in the fight for the new world economy.
    Aug 14 03:36 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • MannKind: Looking Beyond The Short-Term Disappointment [View article]
    Ah, yes, the "fun" part was buying right before those dubious articles came out and hammered the stock. Ridiculous. Well, I said around, I will have to put orders in from 5.72 to 5.86. Recent resistance is 6. The market rarely works in round numbers. But MNKD may never hit six again or may go below 5. Only time and the tape will tell.
    Aug 13 03:28 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • MannKind: Looking Beyond The Short-Term Disappointment [View article]
    Why would I mistake you for a short? No shorting here. Identity is difference and difference is identity.
    Aug 12 08:27 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • MannKind: Looking Beyond The Short-Term Disappointment [View article]
    Rob, I like the cut of your jib. The only time I was in this stock was before adcom, and that was fun.... As longs keep thinking they are getting a steal and keep adding to their positions, I see the long squeeze pushing MNKD below 6. I see that as the psychological threshold and the way biotech is, as the most manipulated sector,its better to not look at the chart daily. This stock has hugged the 50 weekly ma consistently. I'll put in buy orders around 5.7. If it never hits, I'm okay with that.
    Aug 12 04:23 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment