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  • QuickChat #217, December 13, 2011 [View instapost]
    DM, I agree. TV is their future and content is king. I am 100% convinced that Fitch's an IMF comments about the collapse in EU must happen and that it will cross the pond an hurt US markets,but, AAPL will power along. I think AAPL might even grab a company like Sprint. It is super cheap an controls the largest spectrum as it owns CLWR an AAPL could provide the cash to let S have full nationwide coverage and own the whole ball of wax. AAPL also shares board members with DIS,so, they can work together without buying one another.

    Their t/v plans are only going slow because of a coding problem that AAPL has been fighting to fix for 5 years. B/s or not,but, Mom tells me that her genius cousin ( my second cousin) was the only non family member invited to Mr Jobs funeral. And as told to me the family asked him to please come aboard AAPL as Steve said of all the people he knew the Joel was the only one who could fix the problem. He was MSFTs savior. Mom said he told Mrs. Jobs he will not join AAPL ,but, his company will fix AAPL's problem. He will do it and I know it isn't the money as he has billions ,but, he loved Steve.

    So, I am sure AAPL will acquire content from everywhere and when the coding is fixed the clouds will be full of AAPL.
    Dec 17 04:07 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • QuickChat #217, December 13, 2011 [View instapost]
    DM, I am not a fan of AAPL's products ,but, only because I am a value shopper and never buy status. I am clearly one who isn't in the norm or mainstream. I think the key to AAPL is their massive cash holding.

    What they do with the cash will be key. They need a DIS moment and that was buying ESPN. As we see with the economic ups an down ESPN is DISs cash cow an earning them growing dollars even during the recession as people sat home and watched sports.So, as those commercials earned DIS monster dollars DIS endured the recession. So, what AAPL does with those billions will determine the next hundred years.

    Happy holidays.............pok
    Dec 17 02:49 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • QuickChat #217, December 13, 2011 [View instapost]
    Note: Roche's symbol turned into a link ! ?? And the link for the last company release did not show ?

    last company release : http://seekingalpha.co...
    Dec 17 02:27 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • QuickChat #217, December 13, 2011 [View instapost]
    Aloha, yesterday I bought back a stock I recently just sold for $1.40 an $1.50. I did it because it was an inplay stock and it hit my sale target. As it seems to do, it pulled all the way back,so,I bought 1/2 back as5000 shares for 96 cents.

    PPHM.. In my opinion a great little pharma stock with real products an soon to be a fantastic little pipeline. I have know about this company for quite a while an had owned a few years back and sold when they received Gov contracts from the military for virus an chemical warfare products and was stopped out when the Gov cancelled almost all contracts for budget savings. As always caveat emptor,but, a little reading and you might want to have a stock that is a true buyout candidate. And, at this price most major pharma companies could grab this for pedicash.

    SAs last news item on it.

    December 6 Shares of Peregrine Pharmaceuticals (PPHM +27.9%) rocket higher following the release of results of a study on its chemotherapy treatment in a step forward for the drug to challenge Roche's (http://bit.ly/w3TVel) dominant Avastin. Analysts are
    backing the prospects for bavituximab with Lifetech Capital's Stephen Dunne saying results parallel those of Avastin and Rothe Capital telling clients it thinks the data point to a survival benefit tied to the drug.

    I hope this is my holiday gift....... Happy holidays as in Merrry Christmas an Happy Chanukah...... aloha, pok
    Dec 17 02:01 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • QuickChat #217, December 13, 2011 [View instapost]
    Gold, sorry it's a day late ,but, I wasn't with it yesterday. I don't know if anyone follows Harv,but, I do an he was the only one who was in tune to Mcclellons lease call and it was dead on ! pok

    http://bit.ly/vy38cS
    Dec 16 04:47 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • QuickChat #217, December 13, 2011 [View instapost]
    http://seekingalpha.co...
    Dec 16 01:53 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Europeans are nowhere near a debt solution because they lack "cohesion and courage," observes Steven Rattner. It was just another kick the can down the road moment last week, and they're still nowhere near solving any of their problems. With an almost a 1:1 correlation between the euro and the S&P 500, Rattner says he's actually surprised there hasn't been a bigger selloff. (video)  [View news story]
    MP1 your quite warped an obviously have no clue about his workers an there feelings towards him. I'm sure your one of Obama's new slaves as you seem to have his grasp of history. So, please same something stupid in response to my insult ,so, you can have the last word. Time for me to call it a night. I can recommend some real books for you,but, I am sure you've read the revisionist new US history books. ......................... (^#*)! To you sir. pok
    Dec 15 04:01 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Europeans are nowhere near a debt solution because they lack "cohesion and courage," observes Steven Rattner. It was just another kick the can down the road moment last week, and they're still nowhere near solving any of their problems. With an almost a 1:1 correlation between the euro and the S&P 500, Rattner says he's actually surprised there hasn't been a bigger selloff. (video)  [View news story]
    He set them all free. Some ended up in Congress an one was the first SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTRATIVES

    Learn US history before the progressive democrat communist scum rewrote it !
    Dec 15 03:45 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Europeans are nowhere near a debt solution because they lack "cohesion and courage," observes Steven Rattner. It was just another kick the can down the road moment last week, and they're still nowhere near solving any of their problems. With an almost a 1:1 correlation between the euro and the S&P 500, Rattner says he's actually surprised there hasn't been a bigger selloff. (video)  [View news story]
    Don't listen to that MP jerk ! GW wanted to be left alone an he could have been king. He is America ! Or what it was ! aloha
    Dec 15 03:39 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Europeans are nowhere near a debt solution because they lack "cohesion and courage," observes Steven Rattner. It was just another kick the can down the road moment last week, and they're still nowhere near solving any of their problems. With an almost a 1:1 correlation between the euro and the S&P 500, Rattner says he's actually surprised there hasn't been a bigger selloff. (video)  [View news story]
    WMARK's equation is 110% correct,but, it is the only way out to save our future. It is a simple as no pain no gain !

    Yes, it will be REAL pain,but, the insanity must stop. If I could afford to send OWS to attack the Fed an destroy it I would and I hate OWS.
    Dec 15 03:18 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Europeans are nowhere near a debt solution because they lack "cohesion and courage," observes Steven Rattner. It was just another kick the can down the road moment last week, and they're still nowhere near solving any of their problems. With an almost a 1:1 correlation between the euro and the S&P 500, Rattner says he's actually surprised there hasn't been a bigger selloff. (video)  [View news story]
    Talking to me ? I gave up after George Washington !
    Dec 14 09:22 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • QuickChat #217, December 13, 2011 [View instapost]
    German banks ! Germany itself is second to the US in debt. Ahead of Japan !
    Dec 14 09:14 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Europeans are nowhere near a debt solution because they lack "cohesion and courage," observes Steven Rattner. It was just another kick the can down the road moment last week, and they're still nowhere near solving any of their problems. With an almost a 1:1 correlation between the euro and the S&P 500, Rattner says he's actually surprised there hasn't been a bigger selloff. (video)  [View news story]
    Ratner is an Obama stooge an a group of selfish people want to destroy our childrens future so they don't have to pay for the reality they have created by spending astronomical amounts.

    Thank goodness the ECB can't do anything without a real treaty an Merkal stands between insanity an destruction ! STOP it !
    Dec 14 09:00 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • QuickChat #217, December 13, 2011 [View instapost]
    Sir, what are you going to call QE 3....... Buying mortgage paper ? There is nothing in the tool kit.. Nothing worked an the global slowdown an stronger dollar will nip a good % off multinational earnings. Money is still free and we now know that trillions more was secretly doled overseas an we see what was the result now.EU Bank runs have started and more will surely come soon. At 129 now an if it doesn't hold watch !

    It is very tiring listening to several 100 thousand SA people saying QE. If I were king I would remove that vowel an consonant !

    Did you see the SA flash yesterday the the real estate numbers were false an doubled ?

    The economy = Stock market performance will diverge as EU has crossed the pond. Viva la Zero. The dark swans have gathered an will assume formation an take off soon.
    Dec 14 08:58 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • QuickChat #217, December 13, 2011 [View instapost]
    Funny, Bloomberg did a full section on hypothication an how is is a normal practice for ever an quoted zerohedge ! There pundit didn't seem to concerned that banks are on the hook for more money then the Fed could dream of coming up with. How many black swans does it take to make the skies dark enough for the sheep to see ? pok
    Dec 13 06:18 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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