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  • Q&A: Should I Leave Chicago Bridge & Iron Alone? [View article]
    @Author, Ur a genius!! No wonder SA allows brilliant authors like yourself to write away here and waste our valuable time…I especially enjoyed your conclusion. Real solid conclusion to a solid report. GOSH…
    Sep 15 03:56 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • One Overturned Apple Cart And MobileIron's Future In Peril [View article]
    @SuzyIT,

    Hi. Thanks for your key points. I agree, however certain statements you made through your alleged salesperson IT Solutions job is interesting but unfortunately comprehended with a grain of salt.
    Sep 6 01:40 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Buy Dunkin' Brands Near Its 52-Week Low [View article]
    I concur…still on expansion phase. Potential at hand. Overseas, they need to modify their product tailoring to country's market needs. They sell the same quality or worse to them, with a little local modified products, however domestic, N.A. and even S.A. is something to look forward to.
    Sep 6 12:33 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Buy Dunkin' Brands Near Its 52-Week Low [View article]
    Hello,
    I believe DD will have a productive expansion to the west coast, thanks to Nigel strategy approval and leadership. Their coffees, teas, and signature drinks such as coolatas are not competing directly with McD.

    They are playing in different market share run by predominately run by different customer needs, even though they both sell simple coffee drinks and prepared meals. I won't explain more than this.

    However, they are continuously facing customer trend of eating healthy AND tasty. Consumers are more attracted to understanding how their food is made. Ex: who where how when and why. They want to know what the ingredients are and how their sweet tasty fatty muffins are going to help them in their diet or their general wholesome health…what Im trying to say is…its all about marketing strategy that DD should take for the future...it is not difficult for DD to change their ingredients, add wholesome products, such as spring mix salad with organic chicken breast, baked donuts with walnut filling, etc to attract additional and keep the current market share.

    Their east coast logistic is impressive. Their strategy to expand to West Coast, where there is plenty of opportunity sounds promising. Franchisees are mostly happy with their ownership. Its market segmentation states that they do great in middle to upper class areas. Plus, its the QE for DD to shine through. Honestly, I don't believe in them when they used severe snow cold weather as an excuse to perform poorly in the previous quarter, but this stock is a good value buy. Im on board. LONG until years end.
    Sep 6 12:28 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • One Overturned Apple Cart And MobileIron's Future In Peril [View article]
    I don't own aapl shares. Secondly, there are a lot of worries for Apple right now…especially the emerging market…this includes Samsung. Both Samsung and Apple are worried…however, I plan to buy Apple when like you said "shake out the weak hands now."..which I feel thats not the reason..
    BTW…I do agree with you concerning Wall St. manipulating the market, it always have been and it always will. Guess you gotta think like them, huh?
    Sep 4 06:20 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • One Overturned Apple Cart And MobileIron's Future In Peril [View article]
    Im not debating with you concerning this matter…what Im asking you, the author, is to explain why MOBL is a dud, besides you leading your article but not showing why its a dud, and explain how good BBRY is. There isn't concrete evidence that support your negative remarks about MOBL besides its QE and SEC and their past, which we all know about…Ive invested my time in your article discovering what I already know…but a HUGE addition to your distaste to APPLE and ur love for BBRY. I wanted to know why MOBL is not a good investment for the future…not based on the past which is evident. Enuff said. AOL: "Good-Bye."
    Sep 4 06:11 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • One Overturned Apple Cart And MobileIron's Future In Peril [View article]
    True…absolutely true..factors that used to be an indicator may not necessarily be such now..so much variables..so much reasons why and the reasons change as the market evolves.
    Sep 4 06:06 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • One Overturned Apple Cart And MobileIron's Future In Peril [View article]
    Thanks for your comment. However, I don't think right now is the time to buy APPLE. Wait until the Sept. 9th event. Wait for the historic drop in price (like they always do), then buy.
    Sep 4 05:56 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • One Overturned Apple Cart And MobileIron's Future In Peril [View article]
    @Author, just for the sake, after your response, I thoroughly read this article again…I reiterate that this article is about bashing Apple, and MOBL heavily dependent on Apples progress…in this article you lead your argument by talking about MOBL biz…which everyone knows about, especially to people invested in it…

    "MobileIron's growth has been the result of a combination of things: the rise of Android and iOS; BlackBerry's woes; and the movement towards BYOD. But gloating over its gains may very well be the mark of its downfall. MobileIron has touted BYOD and BlackBerry Migration but is not prepared for an alternative reality: Apple iPhone Migration."

    Then you go off talking about something else and not explaining why "MobileIron has touted BYOD and BlackBerry Migration but is not prepared for an alternative reality: Apple iPhone Migration."

    SEC file links are not in THIS article…perhaps on your previous one about bashing MOBL, and yes anybody with functioning pair of eye balls can see their QE losses...

    You see I don't mind you talking about stocks you own and how you feel about it, especially when theres relevant data or hard to find data that may be interesting, but I do mind reading articles that states its going to prove something but all it does is bash. If you want to prove why MOBL is such a bad investment please explain why it is…not "its just is" and explain how good BBRY is.

    Thats my two cents. You do respond to your comments post haste, so I do appreciate that. Good luck on your BBRY.

    I currently do not hold MOBL…just thinking about it.
    Sep 4 05:43 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Interest grows in drugstore stocks [View news story]
    lol..enjoyed ur short reverse psychology comment on RAD..Rad is doing good. No need for acquisition of RAD or panic, like you wrote. I am really LONG RAD.
    Sep 4 04:23 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • More Than 5 Major Weaknesses In MobileIron Prevent It From Being A BlackBerry Killer [View article]
    Wow…thought I stepped into pro MOBL room…guess I was wrong. Guess well see who's right on Sept. 9th.
    Sep 2 06:11 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Update: Rite Aid Slips On Walgreen Deal [View article]
    Tough call...confirmed with user1416. Lower guidance and earnings for WAG. July sales are good for RAD...At least I believe RAD stocks wont go down further...should hold with resistance..nothing hidden we dont know about. Guess Im neutral to long with RAD.
    Aug 6 04:55 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Update: Rite Aid Slips On Walgreen Deal [View article]
    thanks...if generic cogs are going up that means its also for the rest of the pharmacy market..ergo this problem will be adjusted later.
    Aug 6 04:39 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Update: Rite Aid Slips On Walgreen Deal [View article]
    cool thanks
    Aug 6 04:38 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Update: Rite Aid Slips On Walgreen Deal [View article]
    U see there's something going on with rad n wag that we as investors have no idea. No reason why rad would drop silly n not recover if wag n boots news was the only reason. Cvs ain't hurt
    Aug 6 03:10 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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