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  • Pengrowth Energy And Penn West Petroleum: Not In-Sync With Oil & Gas Prices [View article]
    Hi, Energex,

    Thank you for your comment. Sorry for the confusion and I had forwarded a correction to change my statement as it should be PGH had reduced its dividend (http://bit.ly/11Mlu4A). No, I do not suggest more dividend cut is coming for PGH. However, some do feel PWE may cut its dividend.

    Thanks again for bringing this up.
    Apr 9 12:49 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Pengrowth Energy And Penn West Petroleum: Not In-Sync With Oil & Gas Prices [View article]
    Bob,

    Thank you for your correction and update. I had forwarded the numbers for correction.
    Apr 9 12:47 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Nike Is Solid But VFC Offers Faster Growth And High Margins With A Lower P/E [View article]
    Nicholas,

    Thank you for your comment and yes, VFC is an interesting play when compares to Nike.

    Good luck with your research and investment.
    Apr 5 09:53 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Buying Ubiquisys Is A Small Deal But A Sound Move For Cisco [View article]
    MexCom,

    Thank you for your great comment and I apologize for using the term not familiar by readers. I will definitely watch out and improve my writing style on that end. Your point is well taken.

    Regarding NGN, it is the Next Generation Network (NGN), the network that will replace the current network around the world today used to carry voice, fax, modem signals, etc.

    As quoted (http://bit.ly/XumP0E), NGN is essentially a managed IP-based (i.e., packet-switched) network that enables a wide variety of services. Among those services are VoIP, videoconferencing, Instant Messaging, e-mail, and all other kinds of pakcet-switched communication services.

    Thank you and hope that clarify.
    Apr 5 06:31 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Buying Ubiquisys Is A Small Deal But A Sound Move For Cisco [View article]
    happyshorter,

    Thank you for your comment and your perspective is much appreciated. Indeed, safety is key word investors are searching for these days while market remains at multi-year high.
    Apr 5 06:23 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • PepsiCo: $6.4 Billion Is Rewarding For Investors But At What Cost? [View article]
    bsorge,

    Indeed, despite PEP remains one of my favorite stocks for long-term holding, its valuation is a bit high in the near term.
    Apr 5 06:20 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Baidu Eye Vs. Google Glass: A New War Brewing [View article]
    Volver66,

    Thanks for the update. Anything released in early April is subjected to high scrutiny. Baidu Eye may never be released, but the point is showing out the new trend for major companies to compete for. On the other hand, it really makes sense for Baidu to consider a product such as Baidu Eye. Yes, it may be another rumor, but it makes sense from product development perspective.

    Thank you again for the link and comment! much appreciated.
    Apr 5 06:18 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Baidu Eye Vs. Google Glass: A New War Brewing [View article]
    Shlomo,

    Thank you for the great article on Sony. I learned a lot and it's very informative indeed!
    Apr 5 06:14 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Can Teva's Short-Term Pressure Be Justified? [View article]
    doc47,

    TEVA remains one of my long-term holdings, but its short-term concerns needed to be understood for investors. I am leveraging credit put option spreads for the long position and covered call indeed is another great strategy to gain income while hedging for some limited downside.

    Thanks again for your comment.
    Apr 5 06:11 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GE: Improving Baseline With More Focused GE Capital [View article]
    doc47,

    Good point. GE needs to get ready for that and continues to improve and perhaps to speed up.
    Apr 4 03:50 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • PepsiCo: $6.4 Billion Is Rewarding For Investors But At What Cost? [View article]
    Sam,

    You are right. PepsiCo is diversified with processed and packaged food, such as Frito Lay (as you mentioned). The comparison is done for KO and PEP on fundamental numbers/valuation as two are the most comparable companies in the industry of beverages under consumer (non-cyclical) sector.

    Thanks again for pointing this out.
    Apr 3 06:28 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • GE: Improving Baseline With More Focused GE Capital [View article]
    kinte,

    That might be a good idea in the long-term. Right now, GE Capital is a double-edge sword for GE. As long as GE Capital continues to improve, GE will do better. However, in the long-term, GE may want to find a better long-term solution to gain the benefit and remove the risk and your IPO idea may be just one of them. In fact, I think it will be a nice one with limited downside risk as compared to upside risks.

    Thanks again for your comment.
    Apr 3 07:44 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Increase Copper Exposure Through Companies With Solid Business Models [View article]
    Robinson,

    Great article. Thank you!
    Apr 2 10:49 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Intuitive Surgical: Short-Term Turbulence, Long-Term Growth [View article]
    Alan,

    That's a very good point from women's perspective! That's the key point I overlooked..
    Apr 2 01:32 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Westport Innovations: Improving Earnings And Ready For New Emission Standards [View article]
    Steve, Thank you for the comment. In the long-term, WPRT will benefit from the new emission standards and its earnings should improve. It is hard to trade for the short-term, so the short-term technical is used just to help investors find a better entry point for the long-term position. You are right, with high short interest, WPRT may be a good candidate for a short squeeze, but we need a good catalyst.
    Apr 1 07:47 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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