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  • hyulpy hyulpy Jan 28, 2011 7:38 AM Flag

    Cramer is wrong about MU vs SNDK and here's why

    Sure, MU has a lower p/e ratio. But SNDK has a higher growth rate, and therefore deserves a higher p/e. Furthermore, SNDK has better product margins, and are therefore a lower cost provider of chips. If SNDK can produce the chips cheaper, then they obviously have more pricing power.

    I like both companies though.

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    • Considering the state of the markets DJI. S&P and NasDaq on the final day of trading in Jan.

      History indicates that an Impressive Gains in the above Indices forecast a Bull Market in 2011.

      While the NasDaq closed Dec 2010 at 2,652.87 while Jan 2011 2,755.28

      Looking to the DJI Dec 2010 Closed at 11,577.51 while Jan 2011 rest handsomely at 11,989.83 ever more important we find penetration of 12K remains significant and we forecast a break above 12,021 marking the DJI New Base.

      Setting UP we find the S&P Dec 2010 Close 1,257.64 and on the last day of Jan 2011 we ring the bell at 1,299.54

      As you can see these Jan Highs very significant and heading into Feb the Cubbies are UP in arms and considering the Historical implications, a Bright Green Close in Jan and rising GDP forecast a Bright 2011 expecting many many New 52 week Highs add the fact that a great deal of Equities PE continue trading at recession levels.

      This also is Big indicating many more New Highs are Forecast for 2011.

      As you can see SNDK meets all the above benefits of 2011!


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