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  • Lululemon Athletica: Heading for Single Digits [View article]
    Dead on correct. I've been wanting to write an article about LULU for a while but never got the chance. You hit the nail on the head with this one.
    At max the company would be worth about 5$ per share, but even then it would have to show strong growth prospects, which I don't honestly think it can sustain. Ridiculous. Very well written article.
    Jan 25, 2008. 09:23 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • IPod vs. Satellite Radio: The Battle For Consumers' Hearts [View article]
    If you actually bothered to read the article you would see that I only mentioned time (the word) twice. The whole article is not about the time aspect of downloading a song and putting it on an iPod or other mp3 player. Some people have different preferences, some don't want to download music or rip it from cd's or get podcasts each day, some just want to switch a dial and hear a good selection of music, commercial free with over 100 channels to choose from and coast to coast reception, albeit sometimes dodgy. It's really a matter of preference. And I did not intend to characterize the iPod as inferior. The damn thing has sold 100 million units, obviously it's good, but when people say that it will totally monopolize the whole music industry, they are wrong. We have to balance the arguments a bit. With the way you guys are defending the iPod when the intent was never to slander it, you sound like the FUD kickers.

    And, downloading songs from itunes or ripping cd's, or getting podcasts does take some time, not to mention putting stuff in a playlist so that there is some continuity. And I didn't even mention the technology barrier... with as simple as it is, some of the older generation just seem incapable to learn how to use an iPod. With a preinstalled Sat-Rad, it is more like a regular radio.
    Aug 10, 2007. 01:14 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment