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The real Al-Qaeda, works on Wall Street (robbing 99% of investors)
I hope that' the entire Wall Street will starve to death! :D =)) =)) lol fucckkers!
GET A REAL JOB YOU LAZY COCKROACHES!
Apple, Boeing, Coach, and Qualcomm are good stocks. I would not buy airline stocks at all.
The best stocks I ever bought are Honeywell, AT&T, Vale, and Egov.
Don't do it! Look at what your savings account earns. If the market is doig so well, why aren't our bankers getting better returns? Buy stocks, & you'll just inflate their value beyond what's really there. The balloon always bursts, & a quick glance at 1929 tells you what to expect.
kathy and her friends are trying to sell a bridge to la la land! investors beware.
QUOTE: "But I am interested in owning companies that can grow in emerging economies."
Yeah, so am I.
Wow comments say you article is BOGUS
You would give better advice writing about the Kardashians....
Markets are created by the rich to steal money from the middle class and make sure the poor stay poor so they can provide "de facto" slave labor.
If you buy stocks you better hedge it with some kind of short position for the general market or futures market index. You never know when the boys and girls on Wall Street will go sell stop hunting and force people out of their long positions. Of course they know when a lot of people have bought on margin and will be forced to sell if the market declines thereby creating a bigger decline to their financial benefit.
Ah, it's just like the animal world; you either eat or get eaten.
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