Amanda Grove, from Instinet, covered PFE, EGRP,
AOL, LCOS, MOT, ERICY, COMS, NOK, FTU, and SBH on CNBC
this morning. A synopsis of the report is linked to
the CNBC Specials page at http://220.127.116.11
Wonder if you understand English...
When did I
say 110 is a great buy???
Read my lips; you idiot
100 is the bottom and it is likely to bounce
to 110.... Do you get it !!!!
I think you
should change your name to shortonbrain
Nice job with the imposter. Thanku
for your support. Once again,
it was the same old
tired liberal rhetoric. Dont they know
-most people on welfare are white
-you dont have to
be a republican to be a conservative
-the top 1%
of wage earners pay more than 50% of the tax
-the FBI/ATF murdered Randy Weavers wife, son and dog
in Ruby Ridge with a "Shoot to Kill" order (can you
believe that?) and so on, and so on?
they only discuss right wing wackos but never the left
wing wackos such as John Wilkes Booth, George Wallace,
tree huggers that SPIKE old growth, Green Peace, Lee
Harvey Oswald, The Sierra Club and everyones favorite,
The Uni/a bomber. And lets not forget The Baby
Murderers but thier ok as long as they have Doctor
preceeding their sir name. These same doctors were also
spitting on Vietnam Vets and calling them baby killers a
mere 30 yrs ago. "The Village" is just full of
"Doctors". Seems to me thats a big part of the problem. Too
many elitist telling everyone else how they should
live thier lives. I thought liberalism was about
letting everyone "do thier own thing"? Like I said b4,
is smacking us in the face and unfortunately most of
us are too stupid to see it, however, I have faith
that the conservative good will defeat the liberal
evil. Just look at the merger between the Patriot and
Reform Parties. They represent somewhere between 25-30%
of the voting population now. The Dems and the Reps
are both catering to them. Niether side caring who
gets them as long as someone does because if the
Patriots come to power again the sh*t will hit the fan.
For those liberals that dont realize it you better
get ready. Youve been so busy rewritting history for
so long that you have come to actually believe your
own BS. Your about to relive history because you have
failed to learn it and accept it for what it is. The
situations and circumstances that we find ourselves in today
are exactly the same as they were then. Today we just
have prettier names for them.
ranting over idiocy.
I got your post on "The Kid".
Thanx. Youve made it much easier.
As far as his Erie
game, at least he was able to stop the bleeding. Got to
keep looking at the positive.
Ya, we hope the trip
happens. We havent been to a game in almost 2 yrs. I'm
also going for Marinos autogragh in June. He'll be in
Philly for the sports convention. Gonna have him sign my
Sports Illustrated with him on the cover from his rookie
I cant wait. Sorry Not for Sale.
That babies going to my grave with me!
again thanku for the support. G/G. Talk to you
And thankyou SIXERS for a great season! Cant wait
till next year!
for the reminder and for picking up my slack. I
am surprised, though, of the lack of nominations
(and seconds) to the list - there are a few new
posters that I would dearly love to add. However, as
KOTS, I feel that I must remain impartial. For what
it's worth ---
Please do not respond to
"Personae non grata." (i.e. to be
ignored when they post) to get on the list a particularly
repugnant personality would have to be nominated and
seconded. Each time it is called for I will publish it and
we will all know who to ignore
Let�s not encourage them.
it will be a sign of recovery. Otherwise, any
rally below 105 is technical rebound and will likely to
move lower in the following days. Expect PFE to go to
double digits as early as this week and should hold 90
near term if market condition does not deteriorate.
Once PFE loses 100 support, another big drop to 90 is
indicates PFE is overvalued at 105 on projected
growth to 2000 and beyond, however based on current EPS
for '99 stock looks fairly valued at 105. If stock
drops to 80-85 range then it would be undervalued and a
If the stock can close above 103 on
volume higher than 7 million shares today, we might see
a short term bounce to 110 or so.
>>the price is still too high for bargain
or value hunters.<<
So what. That's a
backwards statement. Have you looked at PFE's consistently
high growth rate? PFE is not, never was, and probably
never will be a stock for "bargain or value hunters".