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  • steele62 steele62 Nov 26, 1997 3:22 PM Flag

    earnings per share

    Can Philip Morris Inc. sustain eps of 15% for the next five years?

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    • but it appears to have passed.

      That was wierd, but at least we know there is a parallel MO board with no rantings from vermie on it.

      I think the real God has shown us a glimpse of paradise......

      (did anyone see any virgins???)

    • Guess not.

    • i_need_a_smoke_right_now i_need_a_smoke_right_now Nov 13, 2002 7:12 PM Flag

      I predict that they won't.

      Anyone want to place a small bet on that?

    • yes

    • MOron <<Well, I tried to have an
      intelligent debate with you.
      Remember, "What did you have
      for breakfast?">>

      Sounds pretty
      intelligent to me!

      <<I know, you're too
      embarrassed to tell us you had Clinton for
      b-fast.>>

      Yes, quite intelligent!

      But anyway,
      ...

      <<Since you refuse to give me the opportunity to show you
      up for the imbecile that you
      are,>>

      Umm, you told me you would never write a post to me
      again, and after that i told you that to help you keep
      your commitment i would not respond to subsequent
      posts unless you at least had the self respect to ask
      them under a fake screen name after pledging to never
      write to me again. Use a fake scren name and i'll
      answer those questions.

      A MOron who will not use
      a fake screen name?

      << I have to
      resort to reclassifying your name.>>

      I was
      very hurt.



      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    • business fundamentals remain strong for core
      product. they are still gaining share in US and abroad in
      cigs, and domestic foods continues strong. i am
      concerned about 2 things: 1)report that MO is accelerating
      discount pass-downs on cigs even though it is gaining
      share, 2)the move up in the long-bond. if it continues
      like this, u will have increased competition for
      capital from treasuries, and then all stocks (even Mo
      though less so than others)will tank.

      • 1 Reply to solo_30075
      • <<why not?
        by: solo_30075 21221 of 21222

        business fundamentals remain strong for core product. they
        are still gaining share in US and abroad in cigs, and
        domestic foods continues strong. i am concerned about 2
        things: >>

        Stupid Solo does not understand
        that his company is facing more than enough law suits
        to bankrupt them easily. A good verdict in
        Florida--just one cas--, and MO goes under.

        BTW, MOron,
        were you aware that one of the jurors wanted the
        punitive damages to be a billion dollars. For some reason
        people hate you sewer rats.

    • hey pal, no shock to me (hell, the empress got out at 50, remember)

      ya can't go broke taking profits.

      (btw, i'm almost back to even on cd)

      have a good one yourself.

    • MOron Warrior quotes me <<You or one of
      your fellow MOrons had made a reference to me
      being
      ignorant regardinbg the effects of secondhand smoke. You
      seem to be getting the conversation
      confused.>>

      and then he proclaims

      <<What are you
      talking about, boy? Getting what conversation confused?
      You are delusional and paranoid.>>

      OK,
      I'll take you back thru the thread.


      First
      tom wote <<PLEASE FIND REFERENCES IN THE
      MEDICAL JOURNAL
      THAT WAY, YOU'LL HAVE THAT MUCH LESS
      TIME TO SPEND WRITING IGNORANT SHIT ON THIS BOARD AND
      WE WON'T HAVE TO PUT UP WITH YOUR SHIT FOR A LITTLE
      WHILE ANYWAY.......... >>

      Note that he was
      talking about medical studies.
      +++++++
      My response
      <<Strange that I am pretty much the only person on this
      board who knows actual facts, and the MOron calls ME
      ignorant. BTW, tommy, was drool foaming from your mout
      while you were typing your post? >>

      MO
      warrior quotes me--<<Strange that I am pretty much
      the only person on this board who knows actual facts,
      and the MOron calls ME ignorant >>

      and
      then he responds saying

      <<America still
      has the lowest retail tobacco prices in the world, in
      a growing economy unmatched by any other country in
      the world.

      Still, it is the overseas mkts
      showing the biggest gains, despite the higher retail
      prices......what was your Phd in again, message board
      gibberish?>>

      His response to my quote was not at all
      related to what I was talking about in the quote. I was
      saying that I was just about the only person on the
      boards who actual knew the medical information, and then
      MOron Warrior starts blabbering about some totally
      different topic, which he was wrong about anyway--if the
      tobacco industry could raise prices to get more profits,
      they would have done so ALREADY--companies try to
      MAXIMIZE profits.

      Then I pointed out that MOron
      Warrior was not following the actual conversation
      <<You or one of your fellow MOrons had made a reference
      to me being ignorant regardinbg the effects of
      secondhand smoke. You seem to be getting the conversation
      confused.>>

      To which he responded <<What are you talking
      about, boy? Getting what conversation confused? You are
      delusional and paranoid.>>

      Do you understand it
      yet, MOron?

      (Seems the best he can do regarding
      me, besides insisting that I am wrong when I am right
      is to point out that I make a lot of typographic
      errors. Or does the idiot really think that his list of
      errors <<STIPId, eactual number, regardinbg
      currnet price, Inded , $#2.51 >> represents real
      errors.)

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