Wrong again, as always! How many analysts in Jan 2007 predicted PFE would take on huge debt & slash its dividend in half in Jan 2009?
They're all clueless, or more likely, intentionally over-optimistic in order to help the sell side of their firms dump stock unwanted by fund managers on clueless little retail loser dupes suckered into the "value" trap.
Few analysts - including Arnold - saw Pfizer earnings as high as $2.42 for 2008 two years before the fact.
She and others were off target for 2010 ONLY because of the huge unexpected increase in the corporate interest rate from 22% to 30%. Nobody could have foreseen that more than two years ago.
But that's a once-in-a-lifetime thing that will never be seen again.
IOW, yet again you're too ignorant of PFE & of finance to understand what your betters try to teach you, so you're doomed to keep losing, assuming you actually have real money in the market, which is highly improbable.
PFE won't be $25 for years, if then. You are always just as wrong as your hero Alan.
Pick fights. Who said gullible little retail losers to start it all. I thought i put you on ignore with all those other late night nose picking losers a long time ago. See you at 25$ . Another imbecile on ignore.
This is so like you. You're always the cry baby who claims others called you names first, but it's always you. What a sicko to come on boards late at night looking to pick fights.
The fact is that PFE takes one time charges every single Q. Name the other companies that do this. You claimed that PFE's corrupt acquisition accounting was normal. Prove it, psycho liar.
Take it easy little girl. And dont put words in my mouth. Show me where i said every single quarter. If you know what charges every dow company has for the last 11 years you really need to get a life more than i do. What i said is that companies the size of PFE will have one time charges all the time. Which means on a regular basis. Now dont start calling me names and blame me for it . Look at your previous posts and see who started the name calling baby girl.
And yet the latest crop of baby bulls being led to the slaughter pens plaintively cry, "Why is PFE's P/E so low?" The mystery is always revealed to them too late, just before they're stunned, sliced, diced & butchered, that the Street knows PFE's books are cooked to a toasty crisp, so accord the gang of thieves & crooks a much lower metric, deservedly so.