You probably don't remember "Rollover," the 1981 financial thriller starring Jane Fonda in which a mass withdrawal from America's banks by Middle Eastern Arabs causes a crash in the dollar and a global economic collapse.
"Third Time's the Charm" is apparently a phrase General Nutrition Centers (GNC) lives by. After two failed attempts at taking the company public, the management of GNC is hoping to finally bring the company public. However, I do not believe that the stock of this vitamin and supplement company will make your portfolio stronger.
Research In Motion Ltd. shares took a ten per cent dive in after-hours trading as investors grew jittery about its future growth, even as the tech device maker said it expects the upcoming launch of its PlayBook tablet to be as pivotal as the debut of its first BlackBerry.
Taseko Mines announced Thursday that it had achieved a 30% increase in copper production and a 50% increase in molybdenum production last year.
To those who are bullish on Taseko Mines (which includes myself) and believed that the Prosperity Mine still had some hope, this Globe and Mail article should be interesting:
Monday, March 7, 2011
As the world confronts one of the most critical periods of economic upheaval that it has ever seen, it is clear that our most influential economic stewards have absolutely no idea what they are doing. But, like kids with a new chemistry set, they are nevertheless unwilling to let that stand in the way of their experimental fun. As they pour an ever-growing number of volatile ingredients into their test tubes, we can either hope that they magically stumble on the secret formula to cure the world’s ills, or more pragmatically, we can try to prepare for the explosion that is likely to result.
I wasn't going to bother posting this, but it's simply too entertaining
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Here's the video awallejr was discussing in