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So Far the Biggest Loser of the day on the Market

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Biggest Loser

Shares of James River Coal Co. (NASDAQ: JRCC) are down 19.57% to $3.78 on trading volume of 5.1 million shares. The company reported a third-quarter loss of $1.23 a share, worse than the $1.04 a share Wall St. analysts expected. The 52-week low is $1.68

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Oh, whatasurprise.

WELL DONE, COAL BELT VOTERS!

» 17 Comments

  1. RANDO

    November 7th, 2012

    How is Smith&Wesson doing?

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  2. Mary Jane Anklestraps

    November 7th, 2012

    Oh boy. Even higher meds and cosmetic prices are just around the corner. All the stuff that the women who vote with their crotches love so much. Way to go, crunts. Way to go.

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  3. Bad Brad

    November 7th, 2012

    Rando, Colt, Smith and Wesson both up 8%. No shit.

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  4. Menderman

    November 7th, 2012

    What the hell do we need coal for, we all get free Volts right?

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  5. 123321123321

    November 7th, 2012

    Indeed, Obama’s EPA is all set to bankrupt the Coal Industry with new regulations just like he promised in his first campaign. No doubt that parasite George Soros is positioned to make a killing on it when this happens.

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  6. Carlos The Jackal

    November 7th, 2012

    Nope, the biggest loser is FREEDOM.

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  7. Maudie N Mandeville

    November 7th, 2012

    2008–A day after Sen. Barack Obama won presidential election, the Dow dropped. Economists attribute the decline to the dismal economy Obama will inherit.

    2012–A day after Sen. Barack Obama won presidential election, the Dow dropped. Economists attribute the decline to the dismal economy Obama will inherit.

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  8. Xavier

    November 7th, 2012

    Where’s my fucking unicorn?!

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  9. Menderman

    November 7th, 2012

    @MJA

    Moron.org has a widget up to calculate the cost of birth control if Romney had won. The pill would cost 100K for an 18 year old girl in her lifetime under Romney…I guess it’s “free” under Obama?

    progs really think free sh7t is free…

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  10. espie

    November 7th, 2012

    Bad Brad – I think you’re watching the right ones! I expect empty shelves at all the outdoor stores LONG before Black Friday.

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  11. Keyser Söze

    November 7th, 2012

    With Winter just around the corner, the coal companies should shut down right now…kick back watching “O’s” head spin

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  12. grayscape

    November 7th, 2012

    If I hear one coal miner in Ohio bitch about the loss of his job….

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  13. Menderman

    November 7th, 2012

    MOSCOW (ABC News) – Russian President Vladimir Putin has sent a congratulatory note to President Obama after his re-election Tuesday, his spokesman said. The Kremlin says it will make the text public after the Americans have received it.

    Putin is also expected to call Obama personally “in the near future.”

    “In general, the Kremlin took the news about Barack Obama’s victory in the elections very positively,” spokesman Dmitri Peskov said, according to the Interfax news agency.

    “We have the hope that positive initiatives in bilateral relations and in Russian-U.S. interaction on the international arena in the interests of international security and stability will be developed and improved,” he added.

    It is perhaps not surprising that the Kremlin is pleased with the outcome of the election, especially since President Obama told then-President Dmitri Medvedev earlier this year that he would have more flexibility after the election to negotiate NATO plans to place components of a missile-defense shield in Eastern Europe.

    Russia has expressed concerns that the system is aimed at them, although the United States and NATO insist it is designed to counter an Iranian attack.

    Obama’s remarks, caught on an open microphone at a summit in Seoul, South Korea, drew sharp criticism from Republicans who suggested that the president was too soft on Russia and not honest with the U.S. public about his intentions for missile defense.

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  14. eternal cracker p

    November 7th, 2012

    Smith & Wesson Holding Corp +0.727 (+7.68%)

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  15. Hello there

    November 7th, 2012

    Those cursed with intelligence are the biggest losers so far.

    Obama May Levy Carbon Tax to Cut U.S. Deficit, HSBC Says

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-11-07/obama-may-levy-carbon-tax-to-cut-the-u-s-deficit-hsbc-says.html

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  16. The Dolfer

    November 7th, 2012

    @ grayscape…..You won’t have to. My theory is that the coal companies will go gault and say FU to the feds and their regulations. Obama will then stap in, nationalize the coal industry and save the union jobs. Electric rates will ‘necessarily skyrocket’. We can’t live without the electricity so we will all pay. When the contracts are negotiated there will be plenty of money to go around….at least to his peeps.

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  17. Doc

    November 7th, 2012

    I have a friend in Kentucky that said the (Democrat) miners were flooding the polls to vote for Romney but it was the inner city maggot that had them out numbered.

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