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Intuit, Inc. (INTU) Message Board

  • BigBucksBennie BigBucksBennie Oct 11, 1999 2:08 AM Flag


    Let the nervous nellies unload their shares,
    ...the longs will be rewarded. CEO will eventually be
    announced and stock will take off. Tax season is coming and
    it should be an excellent year for turbotax sales.
    Y2K should also be a boost as past users of quicken
    and quickbooks look to upgrade to the lastest

    Internet revenue should also start to increase

    Intuit has the cash (over a billion), the recognition,
    and the foresight to grow this company.

    I have
    been an Intuit investor for over a year. I use Quicken
    for personal finance and Quickbooks for the business
    and have been very satisfied with their products.
    Their website is improving constantly and should
    attract many new visitors.

    Intu is far from dead..
    we just have to get rid of the dead weight of
    nervous shareholders and the growth can begin again.

    Very long on INTU

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    • It was maentioned by a guest on CNBC who answered
      questions.When a caller asked about INTU,He said it was a good
      long term hold.When the dust settles it should do
      well.Price expected within 12 months is $38.Good luck

    • It was maentioned by a guest on CNBC who answered
      questions.When a caller asked about INTU,He said it was a good
      long term hold.When the dust settles it should do
      well.price expected within 12 months is $38.Good luck

    • If Intu was really smart,they would back out of
      the Rock deal
      before it is signed in December.
      Many a merger/buyout have been cancelled after being
      announced, and this one would be a deal that should end
      before it starts. What timing to go get an overpriced
      mortgage co and 6 million more for their Title company as
      rates zoom up. CEO could save some face by ending the
      deal now and admitting an error on his part and
      graciously getting out of the whole mess.

    • Hey did'nt Intuit just spend tens of millions of
      dollars to buy a mortgage company.... Have you guys read
      the doom and gloom surrounding the mortgage
      business... If not check it out under Yahoo news about
      Intuit.... And another great idea of Bill C. bites the
      Everyone sing along.....
      Do Da DO DO DO
      Another one bites the dust.......... I expect to see hugh
      losses from this latest mortgage acquition for the
      forseeable future.....

    • Harris was the brains and soul of Intuit... It
      was that dip crap Campbell whos great claim to fame
      is being a losy former football coach and being CEO
      of an apple division that he ran, sold, and rode to
      bankrupcy with AT&T. Remember the board threw Harris out
      because he fought for significant changes within
      Intuit..... Scott Cook you better get involved and rethink
      you Campbell decision.....

    • I can't afford to get out now I'm down much too much. I should have taken a clue from that rat Harris jumping ship. I would say it can't go down any further but INTU is full of surprises.

    • And like the idiot he is, Campbell sold it to Checkfree... What an idiot...... And as I recall the market pushed Intuit from 90 to 30 shortly after its sale.

    • by the way, when your mom wakes up and after she makes my breakfast, I,ll tell her to call you.

    • in most peoples' mind, INTU is still a software
      company with Quiken and TurboTax. It has not been widely
      accepted that it is a financial service company (some
      people are using their financial services).

      As a
      matter of fact, they need to buy some smaller companies
      that do online services such as online billing, etc.

    • In our dreams! EOM

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