1. Boeing is a stagnant company full of problems facing increasing competition from Airbus 2. We are in the information age 3. Microsoft also has already surpassed General Electric's market cap by a wide margin 4. the market pays more for high growth companies, even if they make less in revenues and earnings, call it unfair but that's the way it is
You're right on. BA stock is worthless right now. Stick with the winners. Keep buying on line. Those of us that have profitted greatly because of these internet stocks should give a little back. Buy a bunch of things using Amazon/Yahoo! and AOL. Keep the cash rolling in.
At Music Blvd's Market cap of only $225 million and Amazon's market cap of 17.1 billion, Music BLVD (NTKI) could go from a current price of around $16 a share to $160 and the whole company would still only be worth around 2.2 billion! Seems like Music BLVD has lots of upside potential.
is that AMZN has only 1/10th the market cap of Walmart, and growing much more rapidly in an environment open 24 hours a day, to millions and millions of people, ultimately a 24 hour global store open to billions and billions of people, and we only have a market cap 1/10th that of Walmart and yet will most likely be so much bigger than them. Now doesn't something about THAT picture look strange? Oh yeah, you're more into comparing us to a troubled airplane company. Please!
You would be correct, except amzn is just one among a growing list of retailers that will be competing. Competition doesn't end on the internet. If anything, it intensifies. Your argument seems to confuse AMZN with "the" internet. Just like WalMart must compete, so must AMZN. The competition is just now starting. There are no free lunches in this world. Advertising alone can't sustain this novelty, once the big boys enter the game. And they will enter it quickly.