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  • According to Citi, Facebook now accounts for a whopping 16% of time spent online by U.S. Internet users, compared with 11% for GOOG's sites, 9% for YHOO's, and 6% for MSFT's. Analyst Mark Mahaney expects this growing share of web usage to continue fueling Facebook's massive ad revenue growth. (previously)  [View news story]
    Who in gods name likes internet ads or commercials or ads associated with phone apps.With that said could we have another ENRON on our hands.Just kidding.......
    Feb 1, 2012. 09:08 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Initial Jobless Claims: -19K to 366K vs. +9K consensus. Continuing claims +4K to 3.60M.  [View news story]
    I like your outlook,that kind of optimism keeps my family fed.
    Dec 15, 2011. 09:26 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Initial Jobless Claims: -19K to 366K vs. +9K consensus. Continuing claims +4K to 3.60M.  [View news story]
    let me sell you the brooklyn bridge for $ 1 dollar...that's how likely these govt. spawned numbers, are a true indicator of unemployment
    Dec 15, 2011. 09:21 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • "Contagion? What contagion?" The Economist paints the contrast between wobbly European banks, tightening credit as they struggle to fund themselves, vs. U.S. banks more eager to lend than at any time in three years. At the biggest U.S. banks, total exposure to PIIGS countries ranges from 14% of core capital at Citigroup (C) to less than 5% at Goldman Sachs (GS).  [View news story]
    BS Bus. Admin from the University of South Carolina
    studied international geo-political economics and latter became a business consultant.Presently handle private investment portfolio's.
    Also have 20 yrs in transportation and 6 years in convention services
    Dec 2, 2011. 05:03 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • "Contagion? What contagion?" The Economist paints the contrast between wobbly European banks, tightening credit as they struggle to fund themselves, vs. U.S. banks more eager to lend than at any time in three years. At the biggest U.S. banks, total exposure to PIIGS countries ranges from 14% of core capital at Citigroup (C) to less than 5% at Goldman Sachs (GS).  [View news story]
    this thinking allows me to buy put options on ms gs jpm and enjoy the exposure they truely are in bed with eu banks,this is not even a question is it?!
    Dec 2, 2011. 03:42 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • An Easy Options Trade to Capture Gains From Cisco's Tech Revitalization [View article]
    looks more like a put option july11 expiration @16
    May 29, 2011. 11:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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