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  • Bank Of America: 6.5% Yield For Income Investors [View article]
    Thank you for bringing to our attention and explaining the qualified dividend difference. Possibly a nice investment for income investors.
    Dec 18 07:11 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Impact From UPS And FedEx Price Increases On Amazon.com [View article]
    Excuse the typos, very hard to type on a tablet!
    Dec 11 08:43 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Impact From UPS And FedEx Price Increases On Amazon.com [View article]
    I also want to point out something at may have been written about but I am just now noticing this holiday season. For the past several years, I have purchase the majority of my holiday gifts in amazon because it was just a lot less expensive and you got free shipping. I have noticed time and time again, that this year that Amazon is not the least expensive with either other only sites, like ToysRUs, both online and local or that the difference is so small you really care as much. I am a regular user of the Amazon app and when I am in store, I will scan the item to check Amazon's price. In most cases, these only cost difference recently is the fact that I might save on sales tax, but I don't supporting my local community and the items are not particularly large budget items so the tax isn't that bad. It just appears to me that Amazon savings isn't as attractive as it was in previous year and as a result, many of my purchasing were at local stores vs online. One major change I have seen is Best Buy where their prices match Amazon on a regular basis now. Best Buy hated customers like me that would shop in the store and then buy online, however, more recently I have purchase in Best Buy because Amazon price was the same if not sometimes even a little higher. So I don't know if anyone else has noticed this, but it could also support the Amazon bubble talk. Just my experience...I love amazon and shop online all the time, but this year less so and that surprised me.
    Dec 11 08:42 AM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 2 Takeover Targets For 2014 [View article]
    There is no reason for anyone to take out skul. The company is so small its overall revenues wouldn't really add to any bottom line. At the end of the day, I think this company just basically exist but never really grows. Too much competition and no real difference between it and existing products, in my view.
    Dec 11 08:23 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Amazon planning to deliver products using drones [View news story]
    you mean like airplanes. God, i hate to rid on those things because they crash every day. good thing they are mad of paper.
    Dec 1 10:28 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America Rises In Long Awaited Turnaround [View article]
    @healthpicker - To risky? What the heck do you consider conservative? I bet you think tesla and solar city are same stocks.
    Nov 22 07:41 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Dear Tesla Bulls: That's Not How You Calculate Tesla's Value [View article]
    I look forward to checking back in a year and seeing the stock price. it will not be $500. maybe $50
    Oct 31 11:20 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Tesla Myths Won't Stop Its Path To $500 Per Share [View article]
    I came to SA just to see if anything on interest was on here. After reading the $500 price target, I now realize there isn't. No need to comment more, its hard to argue with someone predicting $500. Is that in Euro's?
    Oct 31 11:14 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • SodaStream: When Will The Madness End? [View article]
    I personally own the product but stopped using it after about six months. The reason is that I found it was a lot less expensive to purchase one liter bottels of coke vs. making it on soda stream once you count everything you have to buy. So I just don't understand why people can't do the math and realize soda stream per liter is actually more expensive than buying the bottels at walmart, etc. I am not comparing to the can drinks which are much more expensive. This is just to compare to the liter bottels that you make with soda stream. I Neither own or short this stock, just talking about it from the consumer side.
    Jun 11 07:37 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Forget About American Capital, Annaly Capital Is Still The Best Of Breed [View article]
    I just don't have the words to express how ridiculous the article is. Seriosuly did you take a look at the performance?

    http://yhoo.it/12ju8qQ
    May 10 03:22 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Buy Exelon Now For Yield And A Potential Rebound In January [View article]
    Dave, you seem a little angry. I don"t understand why you even read the article if you dislike the company so much. Sell the stock and stop looking at it.
    Dec 14 08:24 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America: It Is Time To Take Profits [View article]
    It is amazing to me how most people miss the entire point of the article. it is also amazing that any of them have ever made money. good article with a lot of data, most of which these "investors" have never seen.
    Dec 14 08:05 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • GameStop: The Next Blockbuster? [View article]
    Worked out great. I especially like the part where the stock is still trading where it was in November 2010 when this article first came out. I love coming back to my good old GME friends. Electronic Arts and Activision are pushing more and more games directly through the consoles and bypassing GME altogether. As time continues to pass, GME will be like best buy, a show room for Amazon. A year from now GME will still be $22 or less a share. The stock is going nowhere.
    Apr 18 10:45 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Research in Motion (RIMM +4.1%) pops going into the close on reports that the company is in discussions to hire investment bankers to examine strategic options.  [View news story]
    I was thinking the same thing. RIMM isn't going bankrupt. Zero debt and free cash flow. You could argue if they remain on the current path they would eventually be in trouble but it would take a long time.
    Apr 17 12:05 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • S&P Does It: Drops U.S. Long-Term Credit Rating on Negative Outlook [View article]
    this is incorrect. The Money markets will not "break the buck" because of this single act. A solution of allowing AA debt, as long as they are US Treasuries, will be allowed. A month from now, this rating will not even matter and we will be on to something else. Interest rates will NOT go up as a result of this and will infact likely go lower. Do you honestly believe the markets will find another reserve currency outside the the US? Fear will push yields LOWER not higher on Monday. The only way that doesn't happen is if, by some miracle, the markets go up on the idea of "finally we got this over with." At least the uncertainty of the rating is now certain - - - so hey, one less thing to worry about.
    Aug 6 12:01 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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