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  • naomifrances naomifrances Aug 6, 2009 12:26 PM Flag

    Where is Naomi

    - listened to CC.

    - Peter said divvie secure.

    - Balance sheet improved and HUN sitting on a big fat pile of cash/credit weathering global recession w/out the stress other chem cos dealing w/ daily.

    - HUN well positioned to capitalize on recessionary collapses in global chem sector as cherry pick acquisitions present themselves to improve shareholder value in HUN

    -As target, HUN shiny Balance Sheet "is" asset.

    I don't expect day tarders, HFT heat seekers and short termers to value prudent conservative measures. Earnings day monkey dance - expected it.

    long HUN.

    OH! I WOULD like that british accented dude w/ the sleepy voice on the CC to read me a bedtime story tho...nice... ;}

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    • I'll read to you (thanks for the update).

    • ""Earnings day monkey dance - expected it.""

      Just as you expected positive earnings in the first quarter, Naomidiotarod? LMAO. And just as you expected a $24 billion judgment against them "furrin" banks? ROFLMAO. Clearly numbers don't play an important role in your investment decisions. Which is why your price projection for HUN was $20 before the bank settlement and $17 after the settlement. If you do some simple math, that $3 difference multiplied by the 235 million shares out comes to $705 million, which means you were only counting on a settlement/judgment roughly 3/4 of a billion dollars higher than they got. You would have qualified as a "basher" if you had said that before the settlement. What a ditz.

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