Shares of NASA skyrocket while Shares of Welfare take a small hit!
Welfare trading at $1 trillion a share just dropped over $10,000 a share while shares of NASA previously traded at .50 a share skyrocketed to over 10,000% to $50 a share in late day Memorial Weekend Stock Trading as NASA celebrates the successful landing of their latest Mars Probe.
This landing marks the first big step into searching for habitable conditions for life such as Carbon, Oxygen, Hydrogen, and of course Water. Welfare stock took a massive hit because ultimately NASA's success in discovering Water on Mars has stock analysts clamoring to be the first to downgrade Welfare's share value on the basis that the Federal Government will spend less money on such Welfare programs as Social Security, Medicaid, Medicare, Prescription Drug Coverage, Education, etc. and more money towards NASA for a future human mission to Mars.
A minor lift to defense stocks such as Textron, Lockheed Martin, and Boeing also occured on the news. In Futures Presidential Candidate trading,
Obama shares fell 2 cents a share, however John McCain fell 4 cents a share. Apparently, futures traders don't believe either candidate supports funding increases for NASA or MARS Missions or etc. John McCain's share price fell harder as speculators feared John McCain's excessive fiscal conservative voting record in which John voted against President Bush's Tax Cuts because of pork barrel spending amendments attached.