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  • Tesla Motors Running On Empty [View article]
    ....and here come the TSLA fanboys. LOL. But seriously, why would anyone sell as a long term investor? Sure, day trading numpties might care about a high valuation, but investors? Not so much.

    Is Tesla speculative? Yes. But that depends on how much risk you're willing to take on. If you can't handle the heat, I hear T-bills are pretty safe.
    Aug 28, 2013. 03:37 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Investing In Apple: Risk Management 101 [View article]
    I really enjoyed your article, and think you hit on some very valid points. One thing that particularly struck was when you said "by no means am I a skilled enough technology expert to be able to instruct the CEO of Apple".

    This is why I dislike reading these articles where writers slam Cook for how he's running Apple. Of course, CEOs have made bad decisions in the past, but hell, if I was knew how to run one of the most successful companies on the Earth, I wouldn't be spending my time commenting on Seeking Alpha articles!

    Anyway, I agree with your analysis of the situation, and am buying up shares as Apple slides.
    Mar 6, 2013. 02:30 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Buy Ford: I Am Raising My Price Target [View article]
    Lol. I'm long on Ford, but I don't think even Alan Mulally knows what they'll be trading at in 2018.
    Jan 27, 2013. 02:12 AM | 9 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Dividend Kings List Keeps Expanding [View article]
    Thanks for a great write-up, it's nice to have this information consolidated somewhere. Raising dividends for half a century really says something about a company.
    Jan 24, 2013. 05:59 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Starbucks: Is The Coffee Craze Over? [View article]
    Nice article. You lost me a bit with the charts in the end, but I got the gist of what you where getting at. I too think Starbucks is too expensive right now, but I think that they're selling more than just expensive coffee. It's a brand, and intangible asset, and like you said, they don't even need to label their cups for you to know it's Starbucks. As far as coffee goes, world wide, they're pretty much the only store you can see in every country. I think there's a lot in the future of Starbucks. I don't know what my entry point would be, but I've got my eye on it. Could you imagine if you bought McDonalds 30 years ago? That's what I see happening with SBUX.
    Dec 13, 2012. 02:41 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Netflix Is Bluffing And That Will Be Its Downfall [View article]
    The thing about Netflix is that this is the service people go to for streaming movies. I've never heard of anyone (within my immediate circle of friends) signing up for Amazon, Google, or iTunes just for the movies. Sure, it may be an add-on to some other package or plan you ordered, but when you want a streaming movie service, Netflix is the brand name people stick with. It's becoming the Q-tip of the streaming movie industry.
    Nov 26, 2012. 01:59 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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