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  • random_dude_99 random_dude_99 Apr 30, 1999 9:24 PM Flag

    Takeover 4

    I completely agree with the comments made
    charecterizing BD as an excellent long-term buy and hold
    investment. The company is built on sound financials, has
    very good management, and is doing very well. I
    haven't had the chance to look into why Painewebber
    downgraded the stock, but I have to question it.

    for the moronic post made by the "Expert," I laugh.
    This is the same idiot who made his appearance on this
    board several months back having no clue as to what's
    going on with this company or the market in general.
    And now he's an "expert." Anyone on this board who
    would make an investment decision based on what that
    idiot has to say deserves to lose money. Simply put, he
    is an idiot without the slightest hint of a clue as
    to what's going on. My best guess is that he's about
    15 yrs old and just learned how to navigate the
    Internet. That's my opinion.

    As for concretes on BD,
    although they got a slow start on that 15% per annum
    growth in EPS, they'll be fine. Although I am of the
    "buy and hold" opinion and don't think that the
    average joe can time the market to make a significant
    profit, now may represent a good time to get in,
    espicially if the price drops a bit more next

    That's just my opinion, I could be wrong. Any questions,
    comments, or criticisms are more than welcome

    Oh, and to reiterate, Stock Market Expert, you're an
    idiot. Get a clue. Please.

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