NOTE: The Closing Price, Day’s High, Day’s Low, and Day’s Volume have been adjusted to account for any stock splits and/or dividends which may have occurred for this security since the date shown above. I will not talk about Hannibal and the struggle that the Carthaginians waged against Rome when both were at the top of their ‘civilized’ historical zenith. Africans speak many European and Asiatic languages(Arabic for one) because of many historical factors that gave rise to the Arabic language to be embedded into and attempting to swamp the language systems of Africans. But they, the Moors, also added more to that by coming up with their own solutions, methodologies, inventions that suited them in that era and historical time-line. With great interest, I read your stated historical facts about the Moorish, Moors, Moro, North Africa and Morocco in Particular.
The are many wars that ongoing as we speak throughout Africa, and this is not new, and they change their context and thrust/purpose depending on the historical times. I am not really impressed about your conclusion, after trying to be professorial on my Hub about issues which you raise and are just mere ‘opinions’ without any historical fact, that, your being happy about the last section of my Hub, is a fact that the whole Hub is as factual as one would like to make of it. For example on a 2 for 1 stock split, the price of the security will drop by 50% all other things being equal.
I have come across Briffault in some other readings and researches I have been doing in trying to amass material for other historical hubs. While picking less volatile stocks, you should try and forecast the future of the companies and get into the stock if you find it to be convincing. All stock price information is provided for informational purposes only, and is not intended for any trading, business or financial purpose. We keep up with that historical 6.6% average, and after 20 years, 12.5 years will pass since break-even.
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I first thought that September 29th, 2000 drop in AAPL was an data error; however, I found following news item: Apple bruises tech sector, September 29, 2000: 4:33 p.m. ET Computer maker’s warning weighs on hardware, chip stocks; Nasdaq tumbles. So, investing today, with these historical averages, 1,900 goes to 4,224 in 20 years. P-E’s could start dropping fast not because prices drop fast, but because earnings rise fast. I still can’t see a better vehicle for long run savings than a well-diversified stock portfolio. Footnote: there seemed to be the ability to turn in regular Mathom ONCE for big rep.