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  • Dr. Kris
    Poll: In the race to the bottom who will get there first--$BBY or $HPQ? Both are roughly at the same price.
    11/20/12
    Reply (15)
    • shaker33: $BBY
      11/20/12
    • realornot: BBY first. HPQ is more valuable.
      11/20/12
    • David Jackson: Which is generating more cash flow per share?
      11/20/12
    • SA Editor Stephen Alpher: HPQ about $3.3B in FCF in tough year. Works out to about $1.67/share? Got to get back to work. I'll leave BBY for someone else!
      11/20/12
    • smokeyRose: wouldn'l santa be a help to BBY?
      11/20/12
    • realornot: Santa comes with HPQ Laptops & printers!!!
      11/20/12
    • David Jackson: It's interesting that they are both victims of $AAPL.
      11/20/12
    • Clayton Rulli: i remember some clown on CNBC bragging about $HPQ's cash flow a year ago. now look at the stock
      11/20/12
    • Dr. Kris: If HP goes under, there will still be plenty of computers & printers, but if BB goes under, where will folks buy major appliances?
      11/20/12
    • losbronces: At Sears? $SHLD up 3.4% today...
      11/20/12
    • Dr. Kris: You're right, but Sears is in trouble, too.
      11/20/12
    • losbronces: I know $SHLD is not on any of my lists, but I don't think $AMZN is going to start selling refrigerators any time soon.
      11/21/12
    • losbronces: Maybe GE, Whirlpool, Bosch, Samsung, etc. stores for the heavy appliances like we see in South America.
      11/21/12
    • Dr. Kris: Those types of stores aren't here--yet!
      11/21/12
    • J Mintzmyer: I'm going to go with neither. I'd rather buy HPQ though.
      11/26/12