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  • martian91301 martian91301 Dec 24, 1997 10:23 PM Flag

    generates revenue by selling ad space.

    ttm revenues were 48.9 million on that amount they lost 18 million.yet there are valued at over 2 BILLION DOLLARS is this
    fair value? overvalued? or discount priced?....... think a moment........when will they sell a billion dollars in ad
    space.......... can that be done ? how about 200 million in ad space and what would they net? ill recomend a book called extraordinary
    popular delusions and the madness of crowds . makes interesting reading.... the chapter on tulip mania is fascinating...... im
    thinking of going short on this stock ill watch and be waiting to profit on the fear of a falling stock .

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    • Could you tell me how you came up with this #?

      Thank you.

    • items delivered for one tulip.....
      two lasts of wheat............... 448 florins
      four lasts of rye....................558
      four fat oxen........................480
      eight fat swine.....................240
      twelve fat sheep.................120
      two hogsheads of wine.......70
      four tuns of beer.................32
      two tuns of butter................192
      one thousand lbs. of cheese.120
      a complete bed...................100
      a suit of clothes.....................80
      a silver drinking cup..............60
      2500 florins for one tulip

      this is a bill of lading for tulip purchase in 1635-36

      florins were dutch currency

 
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