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  • Bank of America (BAC +3.8%) agrees to settle the SEC's charges for $33M without admitting or denying allegations that it made false statements about bonuses in its acquisition of Merrill Lynch.  [View news story]
    if you pay you're implicitly admitting allegations. period
    Aug 3, 2009. 01:33 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Volkswagen (VLKAY.PK) July U.S. Sales: +0.7% to 20,590. Diesels account for more then 30% of total sales. (PR)  [View news story]
    Why Volkswagen Is Powering Through the Recession: Volkswagen is surviving the global downturn in much better sha.. bit.ly/5xlX2
    Aug 3, 2009. 01:20 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • China Green Agriculture: A Green Pearl? [View article]

    Thank you for your comment; anyone could have profited from them; obviously our subscribers more than others but any who read it in due time could have made an excellent profit. At the time of article cga was 10.7, it is now 12.5, that gives a min of $8000 net profit for a small investor

    On Jul 31 10:17 AM CramerNot wrote:

    > Thank you BT for DWA, CGA and ISRG. They were perfect :)
    Aug 3, 2009. 12:35 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Madoff trustee Irving Picard sues Ruth Madoff for at least $44.8M because she lived a "life of splendor" using proceeds from her husband's fraud. Madoff's lawyer calls the suit "perplexing and totally unjustified" since Ruth already forfeited "almost all" the assets named in the complaint.  [View news story]
    It's more than fair to sue Ruth Madoff for that reason. Do you really believe she did not know anything?
    Jul 30, 2009. 01:55 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Enough already about Goldman Sachs (GS), says Heidi Moore - if they're so supernaturally powerful, why do so many of their alums do poorly in the (admittedly great) jobs they get outside? Maybe it's the culture inside that works.  [View news story]
    their alums do not have access to company trading algorithms, they are chosen to assimilate company culture and to execute according to certain rules. The best do not leave the company therefore you cannot take those conclusions
    Jul 30, 2009. 12:56 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Jeff Katzenberg, CEO of Dreamworks Animation (DWA), sees a 3-D future, and expects a boost in Hollywood's U.S. DVD sales (which account for 2/3 of a new release's total revenue) when Samsung and LG Electronics release 3-D-capable TV screens in 2010.  [View news story]
    We do agree with the 3-D future and the fact the company is positioned to take advantage of it. It was important DWA CEO to remark this, more information at seekingalpha.com/artic...
    Jul 30, 2009. 12:49 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Intuitive Surgical: A Hidden Gem [View article]
    Dear Sir,

    We can prove the stock was recommended as a buy at $97 and $143 recently up to $232. It is natural you do not find references in seekingalpha.com since we have 1 month on the site but obviously you did not make any research. Our services to retail investors is very limited and it is not our focus. As for the rest you can read the next article on ISRG


    On Jul 27 09:48 AM speculari wrote:

    > Beyond Trading,
    > In your article, you state that the device "...replace a surgeons
    > hand".
    > A better way to state this would be to use the word ...augment or,
    > enhance the surgeon's hands. The surgeon is in no way "replaced".
    >
    > As to my trading in this stock, I have bought & sold it a dozen
    > times since 2004. My first trade was about $24.50, and my statement
    > to the effect of having a "long" position in this stock since 2004
    > was intended to summarize, not offer you a conclusion about my trading
    > habits.
    > In looking back on SA, I could not find any references regarding
    > your coverage of this stock prior to last year... hence my comment
    > that you were a "johnny come lately". I'm indeed sorry if I offended
    > you... but, nonetheless, you do seem to be a trifle oversensitive
    > and, as well, the manner in which you are "crowing" about ISRG might
    > give one the idea that you were the only people on the planet that
    > had discovered this particular stock.
    Jul 30, 2009. 11:52 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • China Green Agriculture: A Green Pearl? [View article]
    Our subscribers cashed at $11.5 for the day, you had time to profit from the stock even if it was $10.73 today, it went to $11.7


    On Jul 30 02:49 AM Alan Young wrote:

    > This article appeared on SA after CGA closed at 10.73, having had
    > 5 big run-up days. It was a good call at $7-8, for sure.
    Jul 30, 2009. 11:13 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Initial Jobless Claims: 584K, up 25K from a week ago (revised), and worse than the 575K consensus. Continuing claims fell 54K to 6.197M.  [View news story]
    Do not post bad news :) after all bulls claim jobless claims and unemployment numbers are lagging indicators; everything is fine :) (GS) is upgrading the market again
    Jul 30, 2009. 08:41 AM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • In the last hour of a trading day full of news, the S&P and Dow are still near session lows. DJIA -0.8% to 9026. S&P -0.9% to 971. Nasdaq -0.7% to 1962. Crude dropping further, now -6.6% to under $63. Gold -1.2%.  [View news story]
    market tired on the very short term on the long side
    Jul 29, 2009. 04:18 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • In a letter, Pimco's Bill Gross slams the fund industry for hefty fees on subpar performance: "I've never known any gold-capped tooth money managers, but without squinting very hard there is undoubtedly a strong resemblance between all of us 'managers' and the infamous Madame Rue selling Potion #9."  [View news story]
    "Since money market funds barely earn 38 basis points these days, much of the return winds up in the hands of investment managers," Gross said. "A mighty expensive potion indeed.", We do agree with Gross comments on this matter, investors should be cautious feeding investment managers, they should learn to do it themselves instead
    Jul 29, 2009. 01:54 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Goldman cuts its government borrowing estimate by 28%, predicting the U.S. will sell $2.9T of debt by Sept. 2010. "The stabilization in financial conditions has occurred more quickly than most observers had anticipated," it says.  [View news story]
    "The stabilization in financial conditions has occurred more quickly than most observers had anticipated," , what are they calling for a V shape recovery just a few months after the worst recession in decades? I would have to sell some of our long positions on strength, bring in the crowd
    Jul 29, 2009. 10:09 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The government will own 34% of Citigroup (C +2%), becoming its largest shareholder, following the completion of its latest preferred share swaps. With shares hovering around $3, Citi is considering a reverse stock split.  [View news story]
    "Citi is considering a reverse stock split." they will likely do it to attract investors in the black hole after all with so much market momentum lately they have not done anything
    Jul 29, 2009. 09:54 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Watson Pharmaceuticals (WPI): Q2 EPS of $0.61 beats by $0.04. Revenue of $678M (+9%) vs. $664M. Raises guidance for FY '09, sees EPS of $2.50-2.58 vs. $2.45 consensus. Shares -3.3% premarket. (PR)  [View news story]
    we got this one wrong but can't be always right, pre-market weak but nothing to worry about yet
    Jul 29, 2009. 09:23 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • ViroPharma (VPHM): Q2 EPS of $0.20 beats by $0.02. Revenue of $82M (+25%) vs. $75M. Shares +21.7% premarket. (PR)  [View news story]
    An obvious buy before earnings based on applied technical analysis and recent momentum in biotech sector
    Jul 29, 2009. 09:19 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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