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Why do us common folk give a crap who is still doing well in big business? Most of them have off shored their workforce and just flood us with electronic toys to occupy our time and distract us while they get rich running our country in to the ground.
They want us to still buy the Reagon trickle down theory that had to many americans kissin the a$$es of big business in hopes that they would create jobs here! LOL Instead they out sourced or jobs, paid off the government, raised our credit limits so we would bury ourselves in debt and then let the Banks repo and forclose on us poor working class,
Our government doesn't give a damn about small business or the real working class, they have helped build the biggest monopolies in the world and the only thing that trickles down to us from those greedy ba$terds is debt and wars!
Cramer is the Village Idiot of Wall St. who cares what this clown thinks.
I do mean CLOWN too!
FACEBOOK WILL START FADING INTO OBLIVION AS THE FOLLOWING MONTHS GO BY. DOWN WITH FACEBOOK, FINALLY!!!
...ZUCKERDICK IS A THIEF AND ALL THE PEOPLE WHO BOUGHT SHARES ARE F*CKING IDIOTS
ATT also added a data usage limit to their DSL service with additional charges for going over it. I dropped them and went back to cable, I am sure many others did too. Poor decision considering their DSL is not the fastest or the only High Speed service available. As for their cellular service I am so glad they didn't purchase T-Mobile because I would have had to drop that too. Their cellular service i overpriced and spotty at best.
Cramer has all the best info from 1990.
If you want to make emoney, do the opposite of Cramer
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