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  • harlanharp harlanharp Apr 27, 2013 8:08 AM Flag

    Do some thinking:

     

    Look at the metrics for this company including return on equity. p/e, p/e/g, debt to equity, etc
    This company is worth north of $80 per share.
    It is obvious that the earnings will be lackluster on 5/27
    However, the markets look ahead. Central banks will pump indefinitely. Consequently value oriented equities with even small dividends will remain attractive.
    Moreover, Walker has been talking to the Chinese.
    While it is true that the Chinese economy has slowed, it is still growing.
    We are an attraction to the likes of Gabelli, Icahn, Tepper, and even old Warren.
    I compared the metrics of NOV which I own to JOY.
    There is no comparison!
    Keep knocking the price down. I keep buying.
    I have the patience to wait this out. I admit that I am only slightly ahead at the moment.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • also do some arithmetic also. with nat gas over $4/btu, utilities are switching from gas to coal.
      LONG!!!!!
      I like ALL the industrials here, GE, DE, CAT, JOY, MTW, and CMI under $100. saftey is overpriced and risk is cheap right now.
      All are potiental doubles in the next 3-5 years unless the earth is destroyed.

      Or bash me and buy GIS, CLX, KMB, JNJ, VZ, PEP that are all way overpriced due to the scared retail investor that doesnt want the volatility, nothing wrong with that but if you're jumping into those now you could get your head cut off before the opening bell on any hint of global growth.

      Sentiment: Buy

 
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