I was reading an article about what to do with money you have to
It seems that many people are very reluctant to do anything.
Speculating in currency is very turbulent and irregular.
IPO for GM seems like a big no no and uncertain at best.
Housing is on hold and awaiting huge amount of drop and foreclosures.
There is hardly anything that can be trusted to be a certainty of
going up or down.
I am perplexed by this too. I took a big hickey in 2008 and want to
preserve and grow what little I have left. Gold is no answer...
Published probabilities that we are going into a heavy recession or
depression have increased from 35% a week or two ago to more than
Time to hunker down.
Your seem to forget GM sells more vehicles in a day than Lamborghinis sells
in a year, obviously more buyers WANT what GM has to offer.
Many may want a Lamborghini, but they can only afford a GM brand LOL
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Get real! Unlike custom build cars like Lamborghinis, Toyota sell vehicles
in the same class as GM and industry statistic Cleary show buyers of Toyota
pay 20% to 30% MORE to drive their car home than if they had purchased a
domestic brand of the same size and with similar equipment.
You are confused. Toyotas plants are all non-union and Toyotas cost more to
buy than similar union made domestics of the same size and with the same
equipment. Same is true of Toyotas non-union, mostly imported parts, made
in low wage countries with far fewer costly government regulation.
China? Union? Those two words don't belong in the same paragraph do
While we still pay out the gazoo for autos and parts -- @
Mike spewing BS again.
Many of the parts in a Toyota, including the infamous gas peddle was
union made right in the USA and Canada.
And what few parts they import usually come from Japan as NA companies
still haven't figured out how to make a reliable 4 cycl. engine with a
transmission that lasts more than 50k miles.
On 8/28/2010 10:51 AM, Mike wrote:
Is government working for you, or are you working for the government?
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