helix wrote:Maybe it is just me, but Chip & Signature seems much more convenient (no need to remember an additional PIN for each CC)
bru wrote:So I should sell my IBM stock? And take my profit?
A quick search shows IBM beating the S&P over the last 10 years. Even with its recent fall.
TJSI wrote:Buybacks are often a sign that the days of even moderate growth are over.
VictoriaF wrote:For example, meetings are usually scheduled in the morning, during the very hours when one could be working on his most challenging projects.
denovo wrote:That's not to say I would cancel any plans because the chance of getting Ebola is very low but I'd much prefer to have the flu over the ebola if those were my only two choices.
gkaplan wrote:cvault wrote:have a very VERY bad day.
And it won't just be contained to the airline sector.
What have you done just in case- OTM puts? Gone to cash? Inverse?
Not a thing.
Valuethinker wrote:Supply of space is not however fixed: buildings get taller. In London we dig basements as well.