IT may well close up its already headed that
direction, and monday it could easily be up 20 points IBM
tends to do that,
it has a $275 target and I believe
it will beat that.
I recommend a
buy on IBM now.
IBM is a serious bargain.. many good things
happening with the company.. and what a money making
Good news never stops with this company.
look at the great things happening at
this messageboard on GO
for the Music Companies.
A while back I saw
something on the "Madison Project" for the major record
I think this is all related:
Sounds like LU
already won the big music companies.
IBM will do the
sites, for downloads.
Lu the compression
SNDK the flash memory
companies are ready to make some big bucks is a big market.
Can you say "goodbye music
I want to sit on your face and release large
of sulphur dioxide into your respiratory system,
You don't know your Ass from a hole in the ground
stocks. Now come here, and give me a kiss, RIGHT
YES, LADDIE, YOU
What is your point about Gerstner?????????
Possibly I missed it...I don't think so however.
exercises his options and sells at the market
You must be a moron to think that someone will pass
on buying something for 25 bucks and then turn
around and sell it for 225 with a 100% guarentee of that
Let me guess...your a 6 year old
that doesn't know how to interpret these things
Please........... If you don't know how the game is played, don't
comment on the rules.
a damn" what you believe or dont believe about my
as to ibm being crooked. courts across the Argentine
have found them guilty of bribery. brazil. japan, and
the list goes on.
and with all the bribing and
political armtwisting. getting new york to sue msft. hey if
you cant compete on a level playing field, fix it.
History shows that it catches up with everyone, and
everything. but that is beside the point. with all their
contracts how much has the company grown over the past 2
years--5 years, 10 years. nadda reaally. inflation
adjusted. while industry has grown
many of you understand that you like rising price.
dont blame you. enjoy.
btw. William Cary once
Com.r. of SEC taught accounting for lawyers at columbia
(40 plus years ago) he thought telephone was not a
growth co. I argued with him for semester. Took
securities law from Carlos Israels of blessed memory (and
founder of Israels, Berlack and Lieberman)---got an "A"
from him. Ed Fleishman later a SEC com'r and real
bright guy was only other person to get full. A---we all
have a win sometimes.
aH lADDIE, LET THE big bastard sit on your skinny
and blow wet ones down your chicken neck. Ah
you are such a piece of work, i can't imagine
that you're still on this board. YOU piece of
ibm forever, ibm now, ibm tomorrow, ibm
THE FAT BASTARD HAS SPOKEN