I see your point, however, what irwroes me is that I don't see an end to this trend of constant interference. Moreover, often you will see no significant benefits from the regulation, but you definitely have the potential unintended consequences. The first comment above by TCG makes exactly the same point: Proposed mandates for higher margin requirements in Energy contracts. What evidence do they have that low margin requirements (therefore high leverage) fueled speculation in Crude Oil in 2007-2008. By lowering margin requirements you facilitate trade and liquidity; you enable price discovery. If you want more volatility in Energy prices, then by all means take liquidity away from the market.Indeed a very sad day.
I once flatted with a peorpsct for the Devils' Henchmen, Adolf - oddly enough, the Henchmen didn't consider that this made me an honorary member, and I certainly had no great enthusiasm for them. Have you checked out his family? Maybe one of his cousins on his mother's side bought a car from a Labour Cabinet Minister once...
I'm glad to hear it's working well for you!I'm tiankg it in the hopes of getting off the nicotine gum. Quitsmoking some time ago, and will never go back. But shaking off thegum is something else!!My insurance isn't covering it. Best price I found is at (whereelse?) Wal-Mart, at $112 for a month's supply. Target was just $1more. Other drugstores were at least another $10.I tried the Zyban too almost useless!Best, Kevin