GE sets new 52 week low


Curious Cdn
-1
#121
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

Yer post is a manure pile.
Ford is not closing plants. Microsoft stock is at record highs and expected to go higher in 2019. Caterpillar sells more heavy equipment than any other manufacturer worldwide. Walmart had its best growth in a decade in 2017 including 40% growth of online sales; none of these sales were purchased by millennials (whatever those are).

http://fortune.com/2018/10/09/ford-s...trade-tariffs/
http://gmauthority.com/blog/2018/12/...eneral-motors/

http://www.detroitnews.com/story/bus...at/2125820002/

http://www.theguardian.com/business/...-trump-tariffs
 
Danbones
+1
#122
Quote:

imposed by President Trump have reportedly cost the company $1 billion...

http://fortune.com/2018/10/09/ford-s...trade-tariffs/

Reported by who, kermit the democratic russian colluding commie nazi globalist propagandist from central command?

LOL detroit was screwd under obummer as everyone already knows.
 
Curious Cdn
#123

Reported by who, kermit the democratic russian colluding commie nazi globalist propagandist from central command?


Holy crap!

Meds time!

STAT!
 
Walter
-1
#124
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

http://fortune.com/2018/10/09/ford-s...trade-tariffs/
http://gmauthority.com/blog/2018/12/...eneral-motors/

http://www.detroitnews.com/story/bus...at/2125820002/

http://www.theguardian.com/business/...-trump-tariffs

The Fortune article does not say Ford is closing plants and is an old report. GMauthority is forecasting and forecasters are always wrong. Detroit news does not mention any Ford plants that have closed in the past few years. Guardian is just reiterating that Ford is getting out of sedan production but does not say any plants are closing just being rededicated to trucks and SUV's.
 
MHz
#125
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post


Reported by who, kermit the democratic russian colluding commie nazi globalist propagandist from central command?

That cover was supposed to be valid until '2019'.

Why does it sound more like a count-down?
 
DaSleeper
+1
#126
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Some of those are in decline ...Walmart, Ford, Caterpillar are "yesterday"
and doomed. 3M soldiers on because of their diversity. Microsoft peaked a decade ago. Most computing devices around the world are held in your hand, now and the Windows operating system has not caught on with mobility. Apple, then Android rule the roost, now. I use Windows in my workplace only but nowhere else, anymore. Facebook has peaked and is going over the top. There are issues galore with Facebook. Amazon is on the way up, killing off the Post Offices, malls and general merchandizers like Walmart off as they climb. (Remember Sears? the catalog store killed off by the new Amazon catalog store?)

I would rather buy on line from walmart than amazon for articles they don't have in the local store.
They price match amazon and I don't have shipping costs because I get it shipped to the local store....and returns are easier that way!
 
Curious Cdn
#127
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeper View Post

I would rather buy on line from walmart than amazon for articles they don't have in the local store.
They price match amazon and I don't have shipping costs because I get it shipped to the local store....and returns are easier that way!

I bought a 3D printer kit from China six days ago and it's here already ... Canada Post, even! I think I'll buy a lottery ticket.
 
DaSleeper
#128
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

I bought a 3D printer kit from China six days ago and it's here already ... Canada Post, even! I think I'll buy a lottery ticket.

They probably have a warehouse in Toronto that they ship from.



Have you noticed that the postage paid on a package from china is less than someone shipping the same article from Vancouver?
Apparently they ship as a gift to get a better rate!



That's what I've been told anyways...
 
DaSleeper
#129
My wife sometimes buys clothes from Land's End


They have a warehouse in Toronto But she still has to pay import Duty!
 
MHz
#130
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

I bought a 3D printer kit from China six days ago and it's here already ... Canada Post, even! I think I'll buy a lottery ticket.

Print your own.

I would say that company probably has a few warehouse in Canada. It takes 5 days to get a letter from Calgary delivered to an address in Calgary die to all sorting has to be done in Edmonchuk.
I hope you already know Autocad, if so, have fun. I use ProgeeCadSmart (2009) due to it being free and having everything I need for 2d or 3d. Cell holders for ni-cad battery packs is one of the uses somebody at home could use it for. 2 months for something to actually get ordered from a warehouse in China and that might be where the consumables come from. Cheap enough it will be worth the wait.
 
DaSleeper
#131
You're late.....




Kaboom!
 
Danbones
#132
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post


Reported by who, kermit the democratic russian colluding commie nazi globalist propagandist from central command?

Holy crap!
Meds time!
STAT!

That's the source who made the "reportedly"?

Wow, ease off the doop doood.

Reportedly you are weiner supporter and he is a convicted pedo.
 
Curious Cdn
#133
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Print your own.
I would say that company probably has a few warehouse in Canada. It takes 5 days to get a letter from Calgary delivered to an address in Calgary die to all sorting has to be done in Edmonchuk.
I hope you already know Autocad, if so, have fun. I use ProgeeCadSmart (2009) due to it being free and having everything I need for 2d or 3d. Cell holders for ni-cad battery packs is one of the uses somebody at home could use it for. 2 months for something to actually get ordered from a warehouse in China and that might be where the consumables come from. Cheap enough it will be worth the wait.

I earn a big part of my living in, on and manipulating AutoCad. It is my #1 main software and I even have my own personal seat of it as well as the company seats that I use, it is so important to me.

The kit is for my 15 year old. I will have him print some ABS spares for his kit, right off the top (Yes, heated bed).
 
taxslave
#134
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

I bought a 3D printer kit from China six days ago and it's here already ... Canada Post, even! I think I'll buy a lottery ticket.

I think you just won.
 
Curious Cdn
#135
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

I think you just won.

I won four bucks! Pays for my ticket AND a Looney's profit!

After I take back my beer bottles, I'm gonna be RICH!

RICH!


FAAABULOUSLY WEALTHY!!
 
MHz
#136
You invest a lot in those bottles every week do you??
 
Curious Cdn
#137
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

You invest a lot in those bottles every week do you??

I drink a "fifteen" over about six weeks.
 
taxslave
+1
#138
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

I drink a "fifteen" over about six weeks.

Cases?
 
Curious Cdn
#139
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

Cases?

Nice.
 
petros
#140
General Electric Company
GE (NYSE)

7.80USDPrice increase 0.52 (7.21%)

Looks like Wally is recouping and gaining ground.

When GE Capital the source of the problem is split off all the other divisions which are doing exceptionally well won't be burdened.
 
MHz
#141
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

I drink a "fifteen" over about six weeks.

Let me know when it is that many hours rather than weeks. X-mas dinner with a few quarts of black whisky for the in-laws (bring their own) is always a treat to watch.
 
Hoid
#142
Lol gaining ground


Going broke
 
MHz
#143
The collective are more like a Viking food fight so I'm comfortable with the past being in the past forever, in your case the past will be the future for some time to coming. lol
 
Curious Cdn
#144
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Let me know when it is that many hours rather than weeks. X-mas dinner with a few quarts of black whisky for the in-laws (bring their own) is always a treat to watch.

Do they brew their own up in The hills?

Cape Breton Iskander?
 
MHz
#145
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-...k-market-crash
The Federal Reserve has decided not to come to the rescue this time.

All of the economic numbers tell us that the economy is slowing down, and on Wednesday Fed Chair Jerome Powell even admitted that economic conditions are “softening”, but the Federal Reserve raised interest rates anyway. As one top economist put it, raising rates as we head into an economic downturn is “economic malpractice”. They know that higher rates will slow down the economy even more, but it isn’t as if the Fed was divided on this move. In fact, it was a unanimous vote to raise rates. They clearly have an agenda, and that agenda is definitely not about helping the American people.
Early on Wednesday, Wall Street seemed to believe that the Federal Reserve would do the right thing, and the Dow was up nearly 400 points. But then the announcement came, and the market began sinking dramatically.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 720 points in just two hours, and the Dow ended the day down a total of 351 points. This is the lowest that the Dow has been all year, 60 percent of the stocks listed on the S&P 500 are in bear market territory, and at this point approximately four trillion dollars of stock market wealth has been wiped out.
We haven’t seen anything like this since the last financial crisis. This is officially the worst quarter for the stock market since the fourth quarter of 2008, and it is the worst December that Wall Street has experienced since 1931.


There has been a financial calamity every 7 years since 1913 when the FED was created. (rather than God is punishing America like this vid promotes, the dates below are from the vid)
7 year cycle
40 years
Financial crashes
5 events 1973, 1980, 1987, 2000, 2007 financial history
1937-38
1929 stock market crasjh
1870 America become a financial power
1945 plan to build new financial tower with america being chosen.
1966 wtc construction begins
1973 wtc construction finished
22001 wtc destroyed
Rise of the US
1914-1918 wall st collapse America in WWI
1939 -45 WWII really it started in 1938 and ended in 1945, 7 years. Sept 7
1952 ??
1960
1947-1991 Cold War
9/25/2014-9/13/2015
Eluid 29 specific day of stock market crash.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CmGDJ3kJqU0&t=1s
 
DaSleeper
#146
It's the Joos again!!!!
 
Curious Cdn
#147
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeper View Post

It's the Joos again!!!!

Naturally.
 
MHz
#148
The vid is produced by a Rabbi. When I say you should listen to what he has to say this is your 'reply'. "It's the Joos again!!!!" Clearly you are a fuktard to the very core, not sure why you want to advertise that day after day after day, nor do I care.
 
Curious Cdn
#149
Oye vey.
 
MHz
#150
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Naturally.

Can you even listen to a Rabbi for an hour, let alone understand what he has said. He said God is behind it rather than Jewish Bankers.

If you something other than a lying troll you would at least know that much.

In your world are all Jews I listen to 'self-hating Jews'? (note that no member of the loco collective is part of the ones I respect and I tolerate their rants rather than 'listen' to them as if they were sane)
 

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