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The big question here is whats beyond iphone 5? http://bit.ly/RLpidi
I don't mind giving friendly links, but frankly I didn't even looked at your article before writing. Can you refer specific points you believe are unique to your thesis. Chinese prospects and lipstick indexes are well known things.
Nevertheless I have seen your article now and it definitely is a good read. Thanks for sharing your link .
P&G is in a mess. Estee Lauder appear to be a much better buy to me http://seekingalpha.co...
Why should they sell when there is an upcoming catalyst http://bit.ly/NCJnlo
Want to know whats up with yelp. Here it is http://bit.ly/NCJnlo
Here's why its up http://bit.ly/PQfjEG
The verdict will also benefit Microsoft's ecosystem in addition Apple's. On the other hand it be a big headwind for android based smartphones http://bit.ly/Og4YSR
Apple's win against samsung definitely strengthen its case http://bit.ly/RKVc06
Its recent win against samsung definitely strengthen Apple's case http://bit.ly/RKVc06
It was expected http://bit.ly/RKVc06
We told you so in our previous article http://bit.ly/RKVc06
Not really. Its like MSFT trying to fight google in search leveraging internet explorer user base. Read our detailed analysis here http://bit.ly/Q8Rhsm
This clean up will require time. There are several challenges in between. http://bit.ly/Qsf2Gn
Confidence eroding. Secular and competitive headwinds intensify. Restructuring progressing, but will take years. HP is transforming from a PC/printer firm into a diversified enterprise supplier but faces multiple risks tied to execution and competition.
Things are pretty bad for HPQ, whether you agree or not
http://bit.ly/Qsf2Gn
PM and LO are definitely good buys http://bit.ly/MObr9H
PM's has higher international exposure where growth prospects are better.
Shares of Hewlett-Packard are likely to remain under pressure in the near term. Jul-Q revenue missed expectations, and the Oct-Q revenue outlook of “well below-seasonal” on a QoQ basis stands to disappoint investors.
http://bit.ly/Qsf2Gn
HPQ faces multiple risks tied to execution and competition.
http://bit.ly/Qsf2Gn
Confidence eroding. Secular and competitive headwinds intensify. Restructuring progressing, but will take years.
http://bit.ly/Qsf2Gn
Here are the links for our detailed reports on Philip Morris and Lorillard in case you are interested.
Philip Morris: http://bit.ly/PDhSdh
Lorillard: http://bit.ly/PDhSdj
Thank you Andrew. Don't Forget to visit our original article here http://bit.ly/OZaUTF
Although business is still facing headwinds the stock appears to have bottomed out http://bit.ly/PAjS69
Here are 4 reasons why it can't go down much and recovered intraday
http://bit.ly/PAjS69
This quarters result and guidance were the major overhand on the stock. Now they are past and its a good time to buy the stock
http://bit.ly/LLPzeD
Hi toma, try Mosaic if you can hold it for 1.5 years. http://bit.ly/Lu3GCO
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Here is the counter opinion http://bit.ly/I3wtLE
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Your choice. But it is always good to know the other side of the story.
Why else will their growth rate be higher?
Phenom, XOM is a very long term buy. I believe natural gas prices will eventually recover and it will benefit XOM. A day or two of drop doesn't mean much. Its a stock which one should just keep accumulating on dips. However, you should be mindful it can under-perform in the short term until the natural gas prices remain low.
nopes, i think it is a good contrarian value buy.