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  • Strengthening Market, Fleet Expansion Position Seadrill For Growth [View article]
    I am long and considering retirement and the possilbity of going longer, for the dividends and future potential appreciation. Possibly an excellent life time hold, for me. ???
    Feb 9, 2012. 10:22 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The White House says the IMF has substantial resources with which to deal with Europe and shouldn't expect anything more from the U.S. "Our position hasn't changed," says WH spokesman Jay Carney, "American taxpayers are not going to make any more commitments to the IMF."  [View news story]
    I am an Old Texan Vet that likes the orginal concepts of individualty and responsibility. I do not want people telling me what size commode or what light bulb I must have to fufil their desires. For, I do not care about what "air headed liberals" desire. Let them do their thing and do not make demands on the ones that disagree.

    But, that is not the way of Marxist, et.al...............
    Dec 9, 2011. 10:56 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The White House says the IMF has substantial resources with which to deal with Europe and shouldn't expect anything more from the U.S. "Our position hasn't changed," says WH spokesman Jay Carney, "American taxpayers are not going to make any more commitments to the IMF."  [View news story]
    It is true that the House is not going to fund, but the "FEDs" ability to spend is the question. That is, did anyone in Congress agree with the (?) possibly Trillion(s) of $ spent in "Europe" during the housing/financial debacle?

    No one, including Congress, knows what is going on with the FED and Goldman, et.al....................
    Dec 9, 2011. 10:43 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Staying Extremely Bullish About Oil [View article]
    Pardner, myself and many friends completely understand your position. I did not fully understand "1984: or " Animal Farm" in the 60's, but now I - by living it - fully appreciate what he was saying about Germany and Stalin,....
    Jun 7, 2011. 10:38 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Richard Koo says the WH understood the U.S. balance sheet recession, but preferred Paul Krugman's easy money cure instead of more spending. Nearly one year on, all QEII has done is shift money out of Treasurys and into stocks, with higher commodities hampering economic activity. Thanks for the inside baseball account, but when has Krugman ever shied from more government spending?  [View news story]
    Texas Redneck and have a truck. Work for a living and defended this country, a long time ago and am Proud of my service and this country.
    Jun 7, 2011. 10:28 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Richard Koo says the WH understood the U.S. balance sheet recession, but preferred Paul Krugman's easy money cure instead of more spending. Nearly one year on, all QEII has done is shift money out of Treasurys and into stocks, with higher commodities hampering economic activity. Thanks for the inside baseball account, but when has Krugman ever shied from more government spending?  [View news story]
    " Krugman was sceptical that easy money could get us out of this recession." That is true, but the reason he put forth to support a dream was that "it was to small". Reality, I can borrow myself out of debt. He does not understand reality outside of a campus or an opinion piece, dissing what he knows not of....
    Jun 7, 2011. 10:24 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Eurozone governments intend to ask private-sector creditors holding soon-to-mature Greek bonds to exchange them for new debt with a longer maturity. "Private investors would have a strong incentive to participate, because if they don't, there will be a default," said an official.  [View news story]

    Sort of reminds me of the US situation, including the denial of its' existence. Financial reform - bill - is shutting (potentially) small banks and allowing "too big to fail" banks to grow. It did not address derivatives, ...........
    Jun 5, 2011. 05:19 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Staying Extremely Bullish About Oil [View article]
    Just a disappointed older Texan that likes reality/truth and common sense to be applied in decision making, especially by government.
    Mar 4, 2011. 10:20 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Staying Extremely Bullish About Oil [View article]
    ?? What Americans should care about is the economy and security, which is totally dependent on oil prices.

    The elimination of the EPAs regulatory powers and other non-Legislative "decrees" by many departments will greatly help a recovery. See Greenspans' statement about over regulation hindering any recovery. And then, smell the sulfur of reality.
    Mar 4, 2011. 10:13 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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