I dunno. If one is investing in it (the technology & company) for the long run, is the near term P/E that important ?
Isn't this perhaps a decade long investment ?
If I understand, the price relation you describe is because of 'inflation'.
As to whether the incremental increase of one price can be offset by the other - that would depend on 1) the amount of gasoline purchased and 2) the number of shares owned.
I use turbotax premier. It helps a lot, though, turbotax could / should make the process simpler. EEP could do a better job in that area too - by providing an turbotax importable file for us (the unit holder).
Isn't it reasonable to think (basic economics) that normal supply and demand forces are the dominant forces for price movements?
Which do you suppose has more influence on the Vix, to keep it moderately elevated? China or Russia?
It is reasonable to conclude that falling copper prices will necessitate bankruptcies?
Are you trying to suggest a superiority of the Democrat herd and a contempt for the obese?
Similar to Aryans being a superior race and a contempt for others, as Adolph tried to impose on the world?
Party of your campaign for hate and intolerance for others?
Here is a theory.
A potential buyer sitting on his hands. Up 25 cents a week until the company is bought.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Looks like the link to message board from XOMA summary page is broken. I see folks posting to it now. You can get there by hacking the address in your web browser address bar. Not sure if this will get through yahoo filters. It is like:
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While google does seem possible, intel could be a better fit to buy nuance.
If speech recognition et. al. is put into intel hardware, that could make intel the dominant player in the mobile arena for the next decade. Apple / samsung / google / arm etc. would be left in the dust - trying to catch up.
The words 'all in' come to mind.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
If one speaks with a monotonic voice to speech recognition software, it works better.
Put the voice recognition in CPU "micro code"?
Intel bought McAfee in 2010, right? Have to wonder if Intel is / will be using micro code for hardware based anti-virus scans.
Perhaps voice recognition micro code is smaller and thus will be developed first.