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  • 3 Terrific Reasons Why Yahoo Is A Buy [View article]
    How gratifying to see an article which summarizes everything at the opening with just a few declarative sentences. Wish every one else would!
    Apr 24 07:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • American Capital Agency: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly [View article]
    Let's see, 9/30 to 10/23, 0.8/24=3.333% at 365days/24days gives
    52.9% annually. Beats any bank I know of
    Oct 23 06:43 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Insiders Bought 3 Plunging Energy And Industrial Stocks Last Week, And 5 Other Noteworthy Sells [View article]
    has anyone out there have a map showing the density of CNG fueling stations? How many are there? what is the projected number that CLNE hopes to place out there?
    Jun 22 12:56 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Insiders Bought 3 Plunging Energy And Industrial Stocks Last Week, And 5 Other Noteworthy Sells [View article]
    does any one have a map showing the density of CNG refueling stations along interstate system? How many stations already exist?
    Jun 22 12:54 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • "We do believe this to be an isolated event," says Jamie Dimon (JPM) is his prepared testimony for tomorrow's Senate hearing. "We will lose some of our shareholders' money ... no client, customer, or taxpayer money was impacted by this accident." He expects "solid profitability" for the bank in Q2. "Our fortress balance sheet remains intact."  [View news story]
    Gee, as long as this accident is only shareowner money, why not have the accident occur to the management salaries and bonuses?
    Jun 12 10:44 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Having No Dividend Is Hurting Bank of America [View article]
    earnings this year negative. How can you pay dividends?
    Jun 23 12:28 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • A Reality Check for Wind Power Investors [View article]
    "Homes and businesses in the future ....energy will be stored also in times of high production and low demand".
    That is precisely what John is saying--we do not have that technology
    at present nor any guarantee of its availability.
    I still remember that in the 60's they were talking of limitless, safe, and cheap fusion energy. Sixty years later we are not any closer to fusion. It's apparant cost (based on the research and resources utilized) is also prohibitive!
    John is not arguing against wind and solar, just that right now they present an insurmountable obstacle to a reliable COMMERCIAL generating system if we are to depend on them as the MAJOR component of power. Pumped Hydropower from surplus wind and solar cannot supply the energy needed - the storage capacity is just not there.
    Apr 7 08:18 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is This Stock Market Rally Long in the Tooth? [View article]
    I am retired. I do stock analysis and investment for my cash flow.
    Dec 26 02:05 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is This Stock Market Rally Long in the Tooth? [View article]
    This graph shows a cyclical nature for each graph compared, but does NOT in any way forecast the amplitude of the cycle. Thus we are left with the old saying " the market goes up, the market goes down, and the market goes sideways" but no further insight!
    Dec 26 02:02 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Annaly Capital: Time for Caution on This Dividend Paying REIT [View article]
    This forum has been informative. For an uneducated investor in finance it is interesting to get additional information than what is published about the stock. Thanks to all the instructive individuals.

    I also appreciated the input about AGNC and CIM. What I don't understand is why AGNC is doing so much better than NLY and CIM so much worse, are they not in essentially the same business?
    Sep 26 06:45 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Does Solar Have a Bright Future Ahead? [View article]
    What percent of time is solar power available, even with storage? We will still need the grid for those no sunshine days!
    Apr 20 01:30 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nothing to Fear from China's Alternative Energy Producers [View article]
    Alexyaw and Tech have it right! Additionally, the manufacturing base brings in dollars to stimulate research, stimulate potential engineering talent, and gives rise for product improvement and innovation when the tech people are in touch with the process. In my early career (now retired from teaching engineering) I was impressed by students who had technical abilities garnered by high school jobs such as tech help as well as observation of manufacturing processes. These students went on to excel in part because of early motivation.
    How are we going to motivate our potential science and engineers without a sound economic base?
    The service sector does not quite do it. Joblessness is a motivator of another type-it creates motivation for wealth gathering, not scientific and technical.

    If I recall my history correctly, one of the reasons for WW one was that after the Franco-Prussian war of 1870, France was made to pay reparations to Germany in products, not money. As a consequence,
    France prospered due to it's industrial development.
    Feb 4 01:47 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why GM Is Ready for a Rebound [View article]
    I have often wanted to purchase an American made car, however, each time I go to Consumer's Reports and look up reliability and quality the American made cars fall far short of the Japanese. Since I drive my cars for years and don't trade often I expect low maintenance costs and little to no problems, especially since I am retired and on fixed income.
    Next time that I replace my current car, I will again go to Consumer's Report and check on quality and reliability and repair frequency over a long time as a basis to judge if it's time to purchase that American made car.
    Jul 10 05:37 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Will You Look Back on Today as Your Greatest Missed Opportunity? [View article]
    The question is not that the PE's are currently low, rather how did they get that high and no one questioned that!
    Aug 28 10:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Oil: If You Can't Beat 'em, Join 'em Using Credit Spread Options [View article]
    Wow there! Credit spread net zero cash outflow. No way he do what he says in example. Buys always at lower call value and sells at higher call value, he will always be cash negative!
    sold at 132, sold at 104
    buy at 96, buy at 125.
    Sure like to knkow how he pulls that off!
    Jul 2 10:46 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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