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  • The Default Has Already Begun [View article]
    The blame will always go to the leader of a company USA President. He is no leader but just a spoiled brat that has always bullied his way to where he is today. Still the leader or CEO of the business is to blame for very poor leadership.
    Oct 15 07:29 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • More on Deere (DE) FQ1 earnings: Net worldwide equipment sales +11%, with U.S. and Canada +18%, the rest of the planet +2% (though currency translation cost 3%). FQ2 sales are expected +4%, full-year sales +6%. "Persistent global economic and fiscal concerns warrant continued caution." Shares +4.3% premarket. (PR[View news story]
    These numbers make you wonder. Tried to of equipment yesterday and was told the wait for this piece of farm equipment was over 1 year, that Deere was not making this piece at the current time. Now if I was a retail sales person working on a commission I would not be happy to find out that I had to wait 1 year in order to sell this 150,000 dollar piece of machinery. Thanks Deere and Company
    Feb 13 07:26 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The quick analyst take on J.C. Penney's (JCP) Q3 results (I, II) can be summed up in three words: Are you kidding? A shocking 37% drop in online sales in a sector where a double-digit Internet growth pace is the norm seems to be the result drawing the most contempt. After crunching the numbers, NBG's Brian Sozzi thinks if the results go on for much longer the company will have to either go private or raise money to survive. Look for a lively Q&A on the retailer's conference call scheduled for later this morning. (webcast[View news story]
    JC Penny web site just like Sears is very hard to manuver through, when the order processes you get notification but that is all, the tracking of the package is non exitstent. If they want to be like Amazon then they both need to step up to the plate. I use all three.
    Nov 9 07:35 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Tim Cook's Rotten Apple [View article]
    When you are at the top everyone can take a bite, the trouble is it is not always a piece you want to lose, Maybe it is Wall street that is broken
    Jul 26 07:34 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • "This is not a flaw, but a feature of modern financial markets," writes London Banker, weighing in on the Libor scandal. Three decades of deregulation and "demutualization" have allowed the big banks to set the rules of markets to their own self-interest. "Global banks have built the casinos ... everyone of us that sits at the table long enough will be a loser." A good read.  [View news story]
    Thomas Jefferson warned about the size of banks
    Jul 10 07:16 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Former Obama OMB director Peter Orszag says, despite several states already taking their cue from the Supreme Court’s health care decision and opting out of offering additional Medicaid coverage, most will continue to do so because of the attractive subsidy. States are already offering more coverage with a federal government reimbursement rate below 60%, and when it goes to 90% the temptation will just be too hard to resist.  [View news story]
    I always say " be care a Government large enough to give you everything you want , is also lage enough to take it ALL away "
    Jul 2 11:04 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The "take this job and shove it" indicator may indicate strengthening consumer confidence, as the number of people quitting their jobs outnumbers the amount of workers laid off for the first time since Sept. 2008. The reading seems inconsistent with the measly 120K jobs created last month, a report that more analysts are seeing as a one-off.  [View news story]
    never did believe the government jobs report or any of the governments data reports
    Apr 12 11:42 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Right Way To Evaluate Apple: Divide By 10 [View article]
    I think that breaking down the numbers into smaller amounts is good. Like the national debt artical I read the other day that if you spent $1.00 doller every second, it would take 31,000 years to spend 1 Trillion dollars. WOW
    Feb 18 02:05 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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