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  • newtotheboards777 newtotheboards777 Jul 13, 2004 10:40 PM Flag

    Ebay is very unfair to its users

    Dude....shut up. I have to read your crap everywhere I go.
    http://ragingbull.lycos.com/mboard/boards.cgi?board=EBAY&read=22371
    Since you know so much, please inform us of another company like eBay.....AND...does it better.
    Reasons I like eBay:
    1)They do not have a product or inventory. Just a service that allows the consumers to determine the price of just about everything everywhere in the world.
    2)2.44 Billion in Rev. and 1.75B in profit. (~72%)
    Amazon is at 5.71B in Rev and only 1.26 in profit (~22%)
    Intel ~54% and Dell ~17%. Cisco ~64% Yahoo ~49% Oracle ~77% Microsoft ~74% Sun ~45%
    Looks like they are running the company pretty well. Only Microsoft and Oracle are higher.
    3) They are not slowing down.
    Rev. growth = 78.3%
    Amazon = 33.8% Intel = 12.6% Dell = 17.1% Cisco = -.2% Yahoo = 70.5% Oracle = 7.20% Microsoft = 13.5% Sun = -8.5%
    Higher than each company above.

    eBay is a great company and a great investment. Do you own research, but from just a few examples, it looks as though they outperform almost every tech company in every category. MANY GREAT YEARS AHEAD.


    I would be amazed if someone can show me another company with better numbers.

    So do not listen to the BS,or me for that matter, research it yourself...its a solid investment. Get it before the conf. call the 21st. Just look at the price history....

    Long and strong
    BNA

    ABTG.OB CLYW.PK SANM EBAY YHOO

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