"Be more trustworthy" sounds sensible, but does rather assume that the person being told this actually understands what it means...
I would look closer what patents ARM holdings holds
to explain this fire sale. And I seriously doubt if that patents will be implemented in England now.
Moneyweek's oil charts and other website oil charts seem to indicate that oil is not recovering in price but instead dropping back down again.
It is my humble opinion that oil is heading back down to $30.00 a barrel or less to test the bottom again unless it breaks out of the current trend.
So I suppose I will wait till this event and hope to buy safe,big oil company shares at the bottom.
Buy low sell high.
If you're still shorting Tesla, you should definitely read about its recent policy change that will make its GAAP financial results look a lot stronger. http://cleantechnica.com/2016/07/24/tsla-tesla-motors-inc-short-sellers-mind-gaap/
It's a big gamble to short what is shaping up to be the worlds greatest company!
Apparently, no aliens have been discovered since Brexit.
Some people are just so selfish!
Print money and buy junk with it.
No Nick. Brexit is the result of a National referendum. There was a national mandate given to the Conservative government to take us out of the EU. The end.
I can appreciate that you are not happy with the result. I am never happy when an election, stockmarket investment or football match goes against my wishes. But I ahve to just man up, take it and move on. Perhaps you could speak to someone for details on how to do this.
Clearly the UK was split for a long time since Brexit and your analysis of how people whom the general wealth has bypassed under repeated governments have little time for the analysis of the status quo, was spot on. The contributions of both sides during the so called debate was a low point for the nation. The exaggerated claims on both sides gained little credence but it seemed that untruths ( money being returned from the EU to the NHS, covert racist fears ( the Farage poster), the alleged threat of Turkey joining the EU, promises of future prosperity that there was no mandate or plan for fulfilling, makes it difficult for many to accept the result as fair or in the best interests of the nation. A large economic enterprise would not risk its future on emotionally driven decisions. With the lack of any plan for Brexit by the government and a need to unite the nation, surely the triggering of S 50 should depend on a plan gaining the approval of all four
I'd rather have kept these shares since they seemed such a decent and principled company. ARM produce the least energy hungry CPU architectures, charge merely a few pence per chip to licence the design, and, as the press have pointed out, were impartial. I also enjoyed knowing that their world domination had evolved from the British nerds who produced the Acorn Electron and Archimedes and RISC PC. Is there any similar listed company I can reinvest in? Is there any chance this sale could be voted down? I don't see why the buyout price is good value for shareholders when the company was consistently growing revenues at well,well over 10% a year.
I feel this buyout is the death knell for ARM. They didn't need the help to grow...they were swimming in cash, and doubling the workforce for the sake of it seems dangerous. They could have achieved anything they wanted by themselves. Son will interfere because he is a technogeek, and can't be impartial since he owns a struggling mobile phone network.
25% interest in Brasil the .5 in UK is just so the plebs dont get interest on their savings
My very first time reading through an article on the website. I'm impressed. This level of detail and thought is what I hoped to find. Thank you.
you haven't written on industrial metals for sometime. It will be useful have your thoughts on those too. thanks
TTIP is, according to Richard North, "an agreement which is going nowhere and is never going to happen"
With the right sort of political will Flexcit "should fix everything", in the context I assume you to be taking; the emphasis being, as per your probable inference, upon the right sort of political will...
Please read that last part again....but obviously you think i want to stay,Brexit is nothing more than a glorious protest vote....what do you seriously think will happen,do you think this will change the way things are done? do you think the large corporates and trade associations and lobbying will change? Do you think we will "take back control" ? do you think all this blather about the top table is going to make that much difference to those who voted out?......no,for one simple reason... neoliberalism...TTIP and the other big free trade deals should inform us of what big business wants.....of course Flexcit has stage six i forgot,that should fix everything......shouldn't it?????
You don't believe in Brexit but now suggest you don't want the UK to leave the EU - please explain this apparent oxymoron...
I love you!!!!!! ...i just knew you'd say something like that ....now who said i wanted to stay?
So you're content to remain within a supranational construct, despite your earlier rambling misgivings of supranational courts?
Thats the first sensible thing you've written all night, actually no i don't believe in Brexit.
So, what do you believe? Do you believe in Brexit?
I don't think so.
Well, that's your misfortune, not mine...
But you dear, chap believe.....i don't.
Ask Dr Richard North. He's the expert; I'm just a messenger...
Postal directive.....this is now out dated information why hasn't it been altered to reflect the current situation.... go and look at page 70 ....it leaves the reader with the impression that Norway can pick and choose, and it can't, so why hasn't this been changed?
Flexcit is adapted to meet any relevant change in circumstances.
An almighty mess,nonetheless...http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jul/19/government-awaits-first-legal-opposition-to-brexit-in-high-court
Happy skulking Rick,......remember FLEXCIT....you keep drinking the Kool aid love.
Your case is in tatters.....go and read the pages.... i know you will ...secretly you will skulk off and read it, then you'll think "damn he's correct" .....then you will sculk off and read about EFTA court v Norwegian dock worker's......then you will read the Norwegian government report published in 2012......and then.....well then you may, and i am afraid it's only a slim chance, you may change your mind. Until then may i suggest you drop the Cynic part of your name and replace it with THICK!!!!!!
I rest my case...
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