P/E's . So KO has a p/e of 38; Microsoft has a
p/e of 62+. Microsoft is not going down the tubes and
neither is Ko.
Treasury bonds drop to 4.7%
news is that int. rates keep
Earnings sensative re: tech stocks still on a key
Financial stocks remains learly due to the "hedge fund"
G7 meeting results, sends all into a
This, my friends is what caused the 200 pt. down turn
in the market today, not the fact that Ko and other
good bluechip stock have a p/e ratio over
Doing fine, thanks. WAG has rebounded, but will
we see it north of $49 anytime soon? Guess it
depends totally on the larger market...In the oil sector,
you might take a look at Baker Hughes, been beaten to
a pulp, and is probably the largest integrated oil
service company in the world...just merged with Western
Atlas (seismic & well logging.) It was selling for
about $19 and change last time I looked, which was very
close to its 52 week low. As for timing, do not hazard
a guess about that.IF we have a very cold winter in
the US, then I would expect all of the oil services
to rebound, and the west Texas Intermediate crude
price (not the futures price) to head back to maybe the
$19/Bbl. level...maybe higher. But be careful, as these
things may not be quite on the floor, yet (they should
be pretty close.)
how we doin......... wag still looks good
nice close on KO today too......i wouldn't be
surprised to see this thing run again towards a
hows everything (anything) in the oil area
look............anything interesting out there on your screen..
GO GO KO!!
That has been on my web sight but the thing is
being reposessed by my son he took everything off and
is doing something of which I know not he is in
Oregan and I can't knock him around my e-mail is not
hard to find all the junk mail folks have it.
have it too do you not?
the news on Coke and the
dollar was a positive thing not intended to help any
bears. The jump in KO is the exchange rate.
see wally last night .
I saw Waldo at the game he
was calling balls and