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  • mvahr mvahr Oct 15, 2007 4:04 PM Flag

    You have the close

    Where is all the blah blah blah now?

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    • Im sorry to disappoint you but I bought at 9.35. Bancrupt? I don't think so. And by the way I own my own home with no mortgage.

    • "in the long run, excellent copanies continue to reward their investors"

      Both accounts I called the top, what s the point of paying 26 when you knwo the BIGGER PICTURE and you can get it cheaper i.e the teens..

      "You are "faught" with misinformation"

      Its called reading through the BS and understanding whats relevant to now.
      Bottom line is the Stock has gone down as I have had said..
      BOTTOM LINE that means you made $ if you follwoed that advice..

      Again as you can see mr whippet got a 5 star rating * 4 ratings. If oyu bought on that advice as he recommends "STRONG BUY" you would be down 10%,
      however i warned about this at 27 and now its 21.5, you work out the maths on that one, how much I saved you..

      Going forward it will be cheaper i.e teens.

    • Apologies mis-information on inflation, its 1.8% on imports for THIS MONTH!!!!!.

      Now can the fed cut into this, of course they can but if they do when the dust settles...

      Come on Ben, lower rates, the bullets are loaded.

      Bring it on you Stupid Fc@k...
      Us Foreigners need to make some $ for Grinchmas.
      Loving it...loving it..Loving it..

      For the Record back in Cash.

    • "He shorts when he should be buying then he changes to a buy when he should be shorting, and now he's short. The guy is the WORST loser on this board"

      Hello, how are you today Covettegirl.. Still long are we since the 5th...Again I am right...

      Wheres CORNING now you pump monkey with blinkers..

      Oh yeah, hows inflation, now heres a figure the Fed play with..

      Inflation on IMPORTS...
      1.8%a announced today,
      WHY because your fcuking stupid Fed Chairman reduced rates going into a commodity boom..

      $5 Gas here we go..
      For any Newbies on this Board, Beware fo the Pumo monkeys on this board. Someone in the Click makes a Post and all his/her friends rate it..
      Also it is well known, but not written down or ever acknowledged by any company that most boards have a few well paid Pump monkeys, pumping the same news (E.G LCD Screens Demands high, New orders with a Hotel Chain, Fiber going to take off) These news stories rotate every couple of weeks and get re-scripted by different analysts and posted here.

      If you followed most of the clowns on this board you would have bought at 26 and you would now be sitting@21.5..
      With good trading advice like it wont take long before your bankrupt..

      OH YEAH My favourite of All "its different this time because its global growth"


    • Thanks for letting me know about the loser. I'm new to the board but I've been following Corning for a while and I'm a big believer.

    • "Your attempt at timing the market is, in my view, a risky one especially with Corning. Comparing Corning to last years price is hilarious! You are "faught" with misinformation:-))))"

      His timing?. He shorts when he should be buying then he changes to a buy when he should be shorting, and now he's short. The guy is the WORST loser on this board.

    • Mr. Whippet:

      Faugh is a harmless alarmist. I have stopped responding to his posts only because it is clear he ignores anything that does not fit his doomsday scenario and while I don't mind engaging in an intelligent debate, I get bored with repetitive histrionics...:-)

      Yes he does post misinformation. He repeatedly posts negative comments (some of which he distorts....Gartman did not say "CFC was going to zero"...he said he "wouldn't be surprised if it did"...:-) by Gartman, but ignores Gartman's comments in the same interview that state he agrees with Barton Biggs that the stock market "will melt up, not down" into the end of this year. That doesn't support Faugh's hypothesis, so it is ignored...:-)

      He uses the old curmudgeon, Jim Rogers, who has been negative on the U.S. for many years (and has moved to Singapore) as a source for validation of Faugh's views, but neglects to mention that in the same interview he linked, Rogers twice admitted to being "the world's worst short term trader." "I am usually wrong."

      He repeatedly asserts that the government economic figures are bogus, then posts a link to a speech by a Fed Governor that makes clear that the numbers are accurate, but only argues how much weight should be given to "non-core" inflation. Of course, both core and non-core inflation numbers are released each month and neither are particularly high.

      He posts the typical doom and gloom pre-Christmas articles from breathless journalists suggesting that this Christmas is going to be weak. But, of course, the article predicted GROWTH of 4-4.5% in sales. Admittedly slower than the last few years (IF their forecast turns out to be accurate), but GROWTH, nonetheless.

      As I say, I think Faugh is harmless. It is human nature to get caught up in panic scenarios....some people really get a "rush" from them. I still have my copy of the best seller "THE GREAT DEPRESSION of 1990" written in 1985 by Dr. Ravi Batra. Glad I didn't bet my money on it, though...:-)


    • So, let's assume you are what? This game has been going on for quite some time. Corning is a solid company poised for growth because of their market position and first class technology. Maybe the market will fall 200 pts tomorrow, maybe it will go up 200 the long run, excellent copanies continue to reward their investors. Your attempt at timing the market is, in my view, a risky one especially with Corning. Comparing Corning to last years price is hilarious! You are "faught" with misinformation:-))))


      Another Source: That proves my point on inflation that they numbers the Government tell you are B/S.

      To arrive at this rate, the government had to assume that inflation during the quarter ran at an annualized rate of .8%. That is the lowest rate of inflation used to calculate U.S. GDP since the Eisenhower administration. With oil priced at almost $100 per barrel, gold futures trading over $800 per ounce, the dollar hitting record lows, and the Fed printing money like it is going out of style, the government has the nerve to claim that current inflation is the lowest it has been in half a century. Unbelievable!
      "Just in case there is some confusion, the government adjusts nominal GDP gains using the GDP deflator, which represents the inflation rate during the time period being measured. This is done to strip inflation out of the GDP calculation so that only real growth gets counted: not nominal gains that result purely from inflation."

      The consensus estimate for 3rd quarter GDP growth was 3.4%. The reason we beat that number was that the government adjusted the nominal 4.7% gain by a mere .8%. Had the government assumed a higher rate of inflation, say 2.6% (identical to the rate used to deflate second quarter GDP,) the 3rd quarter gain would have been only 2.1%, well shy of the consensus forecast.

    • Cathi,

      I wouldn't pay much attention to the idiot faugh45568. He intentionally posts misinformation. Your posts are spot on correct! This guy has an ax to grind with our government. Why he takes it out on Corning and the investors....I don't know? He probably got caught in the tech bubble years ago and he was the bagholder with Corning.

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