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After BBRY releases an early earnings report revealing nearly $1 billion in losses, can we finally agree that BBRY is doomed? BlackBerry is little more than a speculative trade by aggressive investors to play the margins before it marches into oblivion.
BlackBerry simply can’t counteract the weight of a currently unprofitable business, poor product launches recently, negative sentiment on Wall Street and declining market share.
Your personal politics will probably guide you to a conclusion on which side is “right” here, but But one thing is certain — Sen. Patty Murray is spot on when she says no deal is coming, now or perhaps ever.
Tesla is a consumer favorite, a leader in innovation and a high-flying stock that is the envy of Wall Street. Sound familiar?
deal with it
Between hot mobile growth, bears giving up, analysts revising targets higher and a hot Groupon Goods model … it’s hard to bet against GRPN right now.
Thar she blows
If you believe in a cyclical recovery eventually for the U.S. economy and stock market… then buy JPM now.
prepare for the worst
The nation has a host of ways to protect its strategic interests. There’s diplomacy, the threat or use of force, economic relationships — and, of course, hoarding.
Race to the bottom!
Continued cash bleed at both JCP and SHLD, the weight of debt service thanks to a poor credit rating and the overall consumer trend that has resulted in slumping sales for these department stores… well, the losses will keep mounting and we may not be far removed from liabilities overwhelming assets at both Sears and JCPenney.
Private placements in themselves are not illegal. But they do not involve SEC scrutiny like publicly traded shares, and require a much higher burden of research and diligence on the part of the investor … making them a vehicle that is frequently abused by scam artists.
Same old, same old
What’s next after the FOMC event? Well, in a nutshell, you should just keep doing what you have been doing since things aren’t going to change a whole heck of a lot.