> A company called TradeHall
(very similar to E-Bay) is giving away free
stock as a promotional stunt. They are trying to
generate interest in
> their start up company. The
last company that did this is now listed on
NASDAQ ... and that company is Yahoo!
Anyway, go to http://www.tradehall.com; Click on " Click
here to sign
> for our member loyalty stock
program.", and then click on Agree at the
> bottom of
the next screen. Enter in your personal information
> register as well as my referral number of
> You will receive one free share of stock and a
referral number of your
> own. For every person you
get to sign up you get an additional 1/2
> of stock. It only takes a minute ... and, who
knows, it could make us a
> Don't forget to put my reference number,
, in when you register!!!!!!
Check out this new auction that looks just like
ebay but has taken away the problem areas and put in
wonderful extras!! They are still beta testing the site,
but you can check it out at www.goldsauction.com
Forget about ratios. Just look at the
P/E is only a ratio!
Yup, you are right. And
an abused one too, with no real meaning. Discount
rates, on the other hand, are very potent.
is worth about $6. Any buying at the current prices
is solely based on greater fools buying later at a
higher price. There is no other justification. Unless
you realy do belive eBay will grow by as much as the
the price suggests, which I dont.
for Sun investors. I posted yesterday that
fleabay software was the culprit per my son's info who
works at Sun. He also said Sun is coming out with a
disposable laptop. A cheapie that works good, sells for
around 300-400 and when it breaks, just throw it away.
Cheaper to buy another one.