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  • Putting Apple's (AAPL -1.4%) recent moves in perspective: the company entered 2012 with a P/E of 11.53 (not counting its cash balance), and is leaving with a P/E of 11.69. But shares are still up 25% YTD, thanks to the earnings growth seen over the interim. Earnings are expected to rise 17% in FY13 (ends in September), and revenue 22%. [View news story]
    How did you forget the dot com bubble? All the superstars of days gone by? Don't be a fool, wait and buy Apple at 300 with your hard earned money oryou might me very disappointed like the owners of many fine large companies that had their day like Sony.
    When Apple lost Steve Jobs it was over. It is not the company that you admired it was Steve Jobs. No one can replace this great man not even come close. I would start buying only below 300.
    Dec 26 08:33 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Third Week For The Stock Market Rebound, And Why [View article]
    I can't understand how anyone can see any growth coming with all this debt and new taxes. Japan's stock market was at 40k in the 1980's never recovered and nor will ours after this crash.
    The hype on CNBC is for the public to keep funding those mutual funds that the managers get paid on assests under management not performance. CNBC is paid and bought for by Wall Street. Look who the sponsors are. CNBC must be a happy place to lull people into losing their entire savings believing the US economy is different from the EU socialist economy but it is not.
    Nov 29 07:53 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Are Declining Oil Prices Predicting A Stock Market Decline? [View article]
    Great Article ! I am short with SH .. and ready for a thousand point drop on the Dow and to 800 on the S&P. The Fed is in panic mode.
    Sep 30 02:35 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Olympic Calm Before Coming Financial Storm [View article]
    I'm in SH and have expected this EU crisis to get worse not better, however the media and politicians sure put on a good show. " I will do whatever it takes" will be one of the most famous statements of BS ever in the history of mankind.!
    Aug 13 11:03 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Stock Market Week Ahead: Hope And Reality Collide Once Again [View article]
    If we have a depression, the FED will soar the stock market to 20,000 to get Obama elected again no matter if the whole monitary system fails and the FED loses all credibility as a-policial institution. What BS and what a con - job on the US taxpayer who ends up paying for it all.
    Aug 9 07:59 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Jobs Data Doesn't Contraindicate Modest Growth [View article]
    wait until the next job report comes out and tell us how you feel then .. I estimate it will be under 100k and show thats all the easing did nothing to grow the economy ..
    Jun 7 10:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Surprise Ending For The European Drama? [View article]
    Dear Mr Miller: Do you really think the Germans will guarantee these bonds. Let's see, if your wife maxed out all your credit cards and your were bankrupt, would you bend over backwards to give her more credit. That is exactly what you are saying the Germany Banks will do for Southern Europe. DREAM ON MY GOOD FRIEND DREAM ON. The EURO was mistake Margaret Thatcher predicted this 20 years ago. Please save your hard earned money and don't bet the Europeans will hold hands and all sing along in harmony!
    Jun 7 06:16 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is a Grexit bullish for U.S. equities? Credit Suisse believes a Greek exit from the eurozone could initially push the S&P 500 down to 1,200 but would prompt an "aggressive policy response" that could lift the market over 20%. A full eurozone disintegration could see the S&P drop to 950. In any case, the crisis will have to get worse before the ECB ramps up its policy response.  [View news story]
    The Greek exit is just the beginning. Spain is much larger than Greece. No time to be optimistic here.
    May 29 06:49 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • VIX Reflects Escalating Concerns About Market [View article]
    looks like next support S&P 200 MA
    May 15 07:51 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Shanghai Market Calls the Tune [View article]
    look for the Main China Indexes to hit their 200 DMA before you consider buying. Remember what happened after the China Olympics. It boils down to this: China will have to increase domestic spending via the consumer to make this market go up unless the Gov't is going to dictate the market action on a daily basis forever. The fact is: Because the US consumer has rolled over, imports from China will decline even more as the US goes into the abyss with Obama's marxist administration, nationalized healthcare and MASSIVE unemployment.
    Sep 6 01:15 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Jim Rogers: Focus on China [View article]
    China has lower corporate taxes than the US my friend! Capital will flow to China and away from the US. Socialism has never created wealth for its citizens. China knows the US Gov't is printing its way to total failure.

    On Aug 03 04:25 PM Graham and Dodd Investor wrote:

    > Something of "self-hating" in Rogers' love of China and panning of
    > the U.S. It's true that this country has problems--until you see
    > China's!
    Aug 3 06:26 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Jim Rogers: Focus on China [View article]
    Jim has been on the money with China and I agree with him the US currency is the wall that will finally take the US down from lack of fiscal responsibility. China knows it and the rest of the world is waking up to it. The dollar will be worthless. Just look at history, there has NEVER been a country that has printed its way out of a recession. Oh, and raised taxes at the same time too! Obama is a genius!

    On Aug 03 04:25 PM Graham and Dodd Investor wrote:

    > Something of "self-hating" in Rogers' love of China and panning of
    > the U.S. It's true that this country has problems--until you see
    > China's!
    Aug 3 06:24 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Jim Rogers: Focus on China [View article]
    The Energy Sector OEPIX will do well with hyper-inflation. Oil is priced in dollars and the dollars will continue to fall. US Gov't has turned isocialist and OBAMA money printing factory is the envy of Zimbabwe
    Aug 3 06:08 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Shanghai Composite Back Near Recent Highs [View article]
    Jul 31 01:47 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment