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  • dont_put_me_on_ignore_list dont_put_me_on_ignore_list Aug 16, 2008 5:11 PM Flag

    DJIA 30 Stock Analysis

    I've been holed up with a knee injury this past week, and decided to spend most of my time analyzing the 30 stocks that comprise the DJIA. You PFE longs may be happy to know that I've ranked UTX #2. This is based on both fundamentals and technicals (leaning more toward the fundamentals) and the time horizon is short term - out to 6 months. Here's how I ranked them: (1) UTX, (2) PFE, (3) WMT, (4) JNJ, (5)MCD, (6) GE, (7) INTC, (8) MSFT, (9) MMM, (10) MRK, (11) DD, (12) DIS, (13) HPQ, (14) IBM, (15) HD, (16) KO, (17) PG, (18) VZ, (19) AXP, (20) JPM, (21) C, (22) BAC, (23) T, (24) GM, (25) CAT, (26) BA, (27) CVX, (28) AIG, (29) XOM, (30) AA

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    • Israel disobeying the US would guarantee its destruction all the more quickly. Israel can't survive for even a week without US support.

    • Israel is going to worry about Israel first and the rest of the world second. And that is the way it should be. No way should Israel be asked to be made sacrificial lambs and at the tender mercies of the mullahs.

      If it comes to pass that the Straits are mined, so be it but don't ask Israel to refrain from protecting itself to the utmost against an enemy sworn to wipe it from the map.

      Israel was willing in 1991 to "take one for the team" when Saddam lobbed Scud missiles into Tel Aviv and the U.S. asked Israel not to retaliate so that the Arab part of the coalition could hold together.

      But no way is Israel taking anything from the Iranians for anybody - including the U.S.

    • Any military action on the part of the U.S. is probably at least a year away. Israel might be an entirely different story, however.

      They have bought enough bunker-busters to be able to get quite a bit of the job done by themselves. And the Jordanians had better look the other way when Israeli warplanes overfly a corner of their territory if they know what's good for them.

    • Military options against Iran:

      Next month diplomacy will fail, then we'll see what effect that has on markets.

    • We may be walking slow and singing sad songs tomorrow?
      sure you will,and it won't glen miller the mood that is,LOL.

    • dont_put_me_on_ignore_list dont_put_me_on_ignore_list Aug 2, 2009 1:04 PM Flag

      Well, it's been almost a year since DPMOIL issued his ranking of best stocks within the DJIA, so let's see how he did.
      It turns out that there is only one stock that had a positive return since the ranking was developed in mid August '08. And that's JPM, with a barely positive 1.44%. Biggest loser was, of course, GM which lost 100% of its value. Here are the results for all 30 in order: JPM (1.44%), MMM (-4.05%), HPQ (-5.04%), HD (-5.67%), IBM (-6.7%), VZ(-8.37%), XOM (-8.7%), KO (-9.55%), MCD (-13.43%), JNJ (-14.6%), MSFT (-15.4%), WMT (-15.89%), MRK (-17.1%), T (-17.26%), CVX (-17.49%), UTX (-18.46%), PFE (-20.35%), INTC (-20.78%), PG (-22.47%), IDS(-22.71%), AXP (-27.36%), DD (-32.32%), BA (-33.47%), CAT-37.33%), BAC (-51.82%), GE (-55.03%), AA (-63.02%), C (-82.96%), AIG (-97.14%), GM (-100%).

    • dont_put_me_on_ignore_list dont_put_me_on_ignore_list Aug 21, 2008 5:37 PM Flag

      chrt: AIG hit an intraday 13 year low today. I guess consecutive multi-billion dollar losses will do that to a stock. DPMOIL

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