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Re: Is it really short sighted investors?
said by Titus:Yes it is. See in the old days investors invested for the LONG term. Now everyone wants to make a quick buck. And to be honest that's just fantasyland crap someone has fed 99.99% of investors. Did Warren Buffet make his billions by chasing the quick buck? I don't think so. Who smarter, these guys or him?
or do these investors know something about future economic conditions that average Joe doesn't?
Pompano Beach, FL
The existing infrastructure is going downhill..
The copper cables are deteriorating (or are saturated to limits), in a five, maybe ten years most of it will be useless for anything but a few DSL circuits.
I give my existing copper circuit no more than a couple of years (ontop of previous 5.5 years of progressively slower DSL service), after that it becomes totally useless for any DSL service.
wrong. I am a low voltage tech. I used to work for a electric company. it will take a hell of a lot longer. like 30+ years for that to happen. lets not forget your house is full of copper wire. I have yet to see a house built in the 50's burn down due to ageing wire with out something being wrong with it. cut wire. shilding chewed off etc. verizon's wire is safe. cable companies would suffer the same fate if that was true. All hardline wire i've seen is copper or aluminum. and the same with RG-6 wire running to your house from a cable company ped.