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  • Microsoft Is Far Too Cheap To Ignore Any Longer [View article]
    I am with the author.... Just wait for the pullback, many of these 20 & 60 P/E stocks will fall back to realistic valuations, msft will move a few bucks and pay you during it.

    By the time the transformation happens to the stock it will be too late. I love companies that gush cash, little to no debt, and big bank accounts. Unfortunately the market only prices the "right now" this stock is currently priced for their under performance - they need to do something BIG to get back in the spotlight.

    I do plan to pick some MSFT up on dips, i think it could turn around similar to what happened at HP... Everyone said i was crazy to jump on that one too. Lucky I don't listen to the apple fan boys...
    Mar 26 09:12 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Intel: $48 Per Share In 4 Years [View article]
    I'd be ecstatic to see something in the 30's at this point.

    Intel will need some wins.
    Mar 25 08:28 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Intel: $48 Per Share In 4 Years [View article]
    it's ok for looking at simple word docs but the spreadsheet function never seems to work.
    Mar 25 08:12 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Something That Amazon Did Well [View article]
    250-253 seems to be the barrier right now if we can break it the stock will move at least 20$
    Mar 22 08:13 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Markets get jittery again with Cyprus' Popular Bank restricting ATM withdrawals to €260/customer, according to Reuters. The bank has enough liquidity to cover the next few hours, reports Bloomberg, citing an unnamed government official. The country's central bank chief is set to make a statement soon. S&P 500 -0.7%, Nasdaq -1%.  [View news story]
    Cyprus is barely a freckle on the butt of the world economy.

    hell a lot of the money there is probably ill gotten gains anyways - think of it as a TAX!!
    Mar 21 03:08 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • These Tech Titans Are Attractively Priced [View article]
    Put INTC CSCO and MSFT in my cost averaged dividend account...
    Mar 21 03:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Intel Going Back Into The Memory Business? [View article]
    Like the thought process. Would like to see Intel get into this business - huge market..

    only issue is memory is somewhat of a commodity business - and those pie in the sky valuations only hold up til competition gets fierce. look at what happened to flash drives, SD cards, ram, hard drives... It seems like it only takes a short period of time for everyone to jump into the business and squeeze the profit out.
    Mar 18 02:22 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Short The Lemon [View article]
    And LNKD... got my ass handed to me on that one...
    Mar 18 02:14 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Couple Of Comments On JPMorgan's Downgrade [View article]
    Yes Paulo - "since how long you are bearish?" There should be an aptitude test to get an account on here!

    This is the guy I want to base my investment strategy on!
    Mar 16 06:49 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • It's Time To Dump Apple And Buy Amazon [View article]
    In theory APPL could buy AMZN (cash/debt)- but there is a reason that would never happen... Why finance an acquisition that has no way of paying for itself at any point in the foreseeable future? that is for the shareholders - once top line growth slows this stock will drop 50%...
    Mar 16 06:45 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Morgan Stanley selects 20 stocks for the long term, based on "competitive advantages, business model, pricing power, cost efficiency and growth": AMZN, AMT, BLK, CPN, CP, CVX, COST, EL, GILD, HON, JPM, LTD, MON, NWSA, PM, RPM, SBUX, SYMC, TMO, WMB[View news story]
    I own CVX and JPM but for the most part think there are better choices for the rest of the list....
    Mar 16 05:32 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Morgan Stanley selects 20 stocks for the long term, based on "competitive advantages, business model, pricing power, cost efficiency and growth": AMZN, AMT, BLK, CPN, CP, CVX, COST, EL, GILD, HON, JPM, LTD, MON, NWSA, PM, RPM, SBUX, SYMC, TMO, WMB[View news story]
    one should never over pay for a moat... especially when the entry costs are relatively low. I love amazon - as a prime member i buy all sorts of random stuff on there. so when it came to buying a new 70" TV they did not get my business - about 200$ more expensive! So by all means AMZN keep giving me free 2nd day shipment on my 14$ vacuum seal bags. The whole concept is illogical but as a customer its great!
    Mar 16 05:29 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • It's Time To Dump Apple And Buy Amazon [View article]
    that's what I am doing... so far so good...
    Mar 15 01:56 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • It's Time To Dump Apple And Buy Amazon [View article]
    I will have one of whatever this guy is smoking..!

    let me sell a company that is flush with cash, has one of the largest net incomes in the whole market. and trade it for a company who under-performs in almost every metric except for revenue growth - even that is shaky at best... I don't care if you make a trillion dollars if you can't produce profits I am not your investor.

    Long appl, short amzn
    Mar 15 01:55 PM | 11 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Team Alpha Retirement Portfolio: Dividend Investing Vs. Annuity Purchasing [View article]
    Most annuity companies have been around for over a hundred years - thus have made it through many tough times, chances of them not being around are slim to none. I am personally not an annuity fan unless you plan on getting sued....

    I bought a million dollar whole life policy through a mutual company about 5 years ago - although what it lacks in returns there is a level of security, it will - by no means be my top performing investment but it is relatively safe. Plus at the time I was in a legal dispute with a business partner so i paid the policy in full in 4 years and the payments are protected. There is also a level of flexibility allowing you to borrow from it.. Not a huge fan - but at the time it was a good decision. Its funny there are people that hate or love whole life. everyone who doesn't have it - hates it, everyone who has a policy seems to like them. very divided subject. But as someone who searches for income in the long term - I am on the path of a dividend investor right now.
    Mar 15 10:36 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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