See how bad it is?
"I guess they need a good buying opportunity now and then though. Plenty will make a lot after the rebound"
Times like this are definitely a great opportunity to get much wealthier, if you're so inclined. And, a lot of people on the edge financially will be looking for a large cardboard box
You want to know how rich people get richer in the stock market? In times like these.
You can get Boeing right now - one of the most successful, innovative, rock-solid companies that builds everything from aircraft to spacecraft and gets government contracts up the wazoo - at over 50% cheaper than what it was just 10 weeks ago.
Is there anybody out there?
And the Player's Championship will look like the senior tour!
There is nothing that either government or the medical world can/could do when this virus erupted. You can't prepare for an illness that you've never encountered. Every illness that has plagued mankind has always been subject to medicine scrambling to catch up and hopefully find a cure or at the least some sort of stop gap measure. Every year there seems to be a new strain of the flu and even with a flu shot, it will not protect from getting the flu. They say it will only soften the effects.
As for all the sporting events being canceled, yeah it's kind of a knee jerk reaction, but in the long run it could prove to be a prudent decision. They really have little to no other choice in trying to protect people. Now to the Masters...........If, that's a big if, they don't allow spectators, I can see them now huddled in butler cabin, looking for a way to over charge CBS and possibly just going to straight pay per view. After all, if their not selling stuff on the grounds and no one is buying those palmetto sandwiches, they have to make up that revenue other ways. We can look forward to Jim Nantz wearing a full hazmat suit and a green one at that...........
Tiger’s gonna toss a green jacket to whoever wins from six feet away.
This "flu bug" is the direct result of globalization, increased processed food consumption and the overuse of antibiotics.
As kids, we would catch a cold or the flu and fight it with steam, aspirin, rest and soup.
Agree completely. Global economy and al gore did this. ( inventor of the internet which shrank the world). Humans were not meant to live this close together.
Stupid Silk Road ; )
Very true. However with all the class action lawsuits heading Boeing's way, it would still be a hard pass on those.
I would guess that the amount they make selling stuff on the grounds is pretty meaningless in comparison to the tv money they already get. Their prices are pretty reasonable for the items they sell, unlike the inflated prices the USGA and PGA charge and I don't think they're making much money on the pimento cheese sandwich at $1.50 or what ever it is(too much btw those things suck0
Hey. We could have got ahead of it if It came over on a ship , camel or hefalump.
Black Death started in Asia then spread through Europe back in....not sure, but it was horse and camel time ; )
Did they cancel Gladiator matches
I never stopped fighting colds and flu like this. The only time I have ever been prescribed antibiotics was for strep throat. Anybody getting antibiotics for the flu or a cold needs to really rethink their selection of doctors. That guy is a quack.
I think the mode of travel then was rodent. Rodents riding on camels. Maybe. Lol. No doubt it was still started with the Persians.
I'm well aware. That's why it pays to be very liquid during these type of situations
Its gonna be cancelled guys... at this point it’s bad PR outside the sports world to hold an event.
A sad situation.
PGA bans spectators until right before The Masters. I think it will be a last minute decision.
Or maybe it will be a breath of fresh air to see an organization not freak out and actually hold its event and allow the nation to actually see that they can go about their lives without the grim reaper threatening them at every turn.
Somebody is going to have to be "first" with regards to getting back to normal life. Might as well be the folks at Augusta.