<<the little "Adolfie" McCain>>
you'll have to excuse me as i have no idea what that means.
though voting for Obama and being afraid of 'fake downgrades' by Wall Street and 'manipulation' by hedge funds are perfectly logically consistent.
i'm not sure what the country needs to "recover" from, other than being populated by a bunch of lazy-arse losers who think that house prices should go up and to the right as a perpetual motion machine and that oil should be free. Obama sure ain't gonna aid in any recovery from that.
if you think something's wrong with the US now, wait until we get to the point where +2% growth is cause for a celebration, like in France and Germany. Cause that's where we're headed.
the only thing better than SNPS going to $20 would be Nancy Peolosi showing up in a pine box tomorrow afternoon :-)
No, I just have the experience.
What they are doing now is exactly what they did last year. They basically already have their FY08 target in their pockets. They'll hit it in the first weeks of Q4 (and this is the only income they decided to reflect in the guidance), and the rest of Q4 will just be an icing on the cake. A HUGE icing on the cake, I have to add, meaning a huge beat on the Q4 and on the FY08.
They do that all the time.
Read Fool.com article on that from December 2007:
"Fools keep a special place in their hearts for companies that underpromise and overdeliver like this. "