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foxeelicious 247 posts  |  Last Activity: Jan 26, 2013 1:19 AM Member since: Jul 24, 2012
  • Reply to

    Explanation: Remember the Alamo!

    by jopocop Jan 25, 2013 7:46 PM
    foxeelicious foxeelicious Jan 26, 2013 1:19 AM Flag

    Amazing.

    I am very saddened that a good guy, a class act, had to be run off any message board at Yahoo. What was happening here lately and now today was truly a wild bunch of creeps and bullies that have no soul nor morals. The behavior as posted here by them were like zombies.

    His message was symbolic that if out numbered, surrender or die, and he preferred to die.
    On the contrary, the trolls are in charge of the insane asylum. Let them have it as it is seriously their only existence and life.

    greedyone222 was the Judas, the infiltrator and coward that betrayed who he really was with his postings. None of this would happen if Yahoo had some basic way to control multiple personalties and despicable gangs of trolls.

    I am gone too and will not have any part of Yahoo, as it is not a safe place to post or to even come here to see the trash and smears.

    When greedyone222 comes here, may he be shunned, as he has finally been exposed as a liar, fake, cheat, corrupt, and a pitiful snake in the grass. Not one word he can write can be trusted any where at Yahoo.
    Good luck to you jop, TD, SA, garth, Tim and others I met here that are seeking a big payday win with a successful company and investment. I am with you all to wait it out and win.

  • Reply to

    SBUX opens green tomorrow!

    by ikester_one Jan 24, 2013 4:33 PM
    foxeelicious foxeelicious Jan 24, 2013 7:21 PM Flag

    Good report. We are going to make more with this than a lousy CD or others. It is safe and going to work well over time.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • I am not afraid of greedyone222's revenge by sicking his troll clones here. He cannot drown out the good and nice people here. Thanks all for doing your posts here and speaking your mind.

    Report: Mobile Data Traffic Doubles, Speeds Rise

    In it's third quarter State of the Internet report, Akamai Technologies found that more people are connecting to the Web via mobile phones and they're surfing on those devices at significantly faster speeds overall.

    Based on data collected by Ericsson, the volume of mobile data traffic doubled from the third quarter of 2011 to the third quarter of 2012, and grew 16 percent between the second and third quarter of 2012.

    According to the report, average connection speeds on surveyed mobile network providers ranged from a high of 7.8 Mbps to a low of 324 kbps. Seven providers showed average connection speeds in the "broadband" ( 4 Mbps) range. An additional 68 mobile providers had average connection speeds greater than 1 Mbps. Average peak connection speeds for the quarter ranged from 39.2 Mbps down to 2.8 Mbps.

    Analysis of Akamai IO data collected in the third quarter indicates that for users of mobile devices on cellular networks connecting to the Akamai Intelligent Platform, the largest percentage of requests (37.6 percent) came from devices using the Android Webkit.

    Devices using Apple's Mobile Safari were a close second (35.7 percent). However, for users of mobile devices across all network types, Apple's Mobile Safari accounted for 60.1 percent of requests, with the Android Webkit responsible for 23.1 percent.

    In it's third quarter State of the Internet report, Akamai Technologies found that more people are connecting to the Web via mobile phones and they're surfing on those devices at significantly faster speeds overall.

    Based on data collected by Ericsson, the volume of mobile data traffic doubled from the third quarter of 2011 to the third quarter of 2012, and grew 16 percent between the second and third quarter of 2012.

    According to the report, average connection speeds on surveyed mobile network providers ranged from a high of 7.8 Mbps to a low of 324 kbps. Seven providers showed average connection speeds in the "broadband" ( 4 Mbps) range. An additional 68 mobile providers had average connection speeds greater than 1 Mbps. Average peak connection speeds for the quarter ranged from 39.2 Mbps down to 2.8 Mbps.

    Analysis of Akamai IO data collected in the third quarter indicates that for users of mobile devices on cellular networks connecting to the Akamai Intelligent Platform, the largest percentage of requests (37.6 percent) came from devices using the Android Webkit.

    Devices using Apple's Mobile Safari were a close second (35.7 percent). However, for users of mobile devices across all network types, Apple's Mobile Safari accounted for 60.1 percent of requests, with the Android Webkit responsible for 23.1 percent.

    Source: Wireless Week.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Stock Split Soon!

    by readyforpickup Jan 18, 2013 5:15 PM
    foxeelicious foxeelicious Jan 20, 2013 3:19 PM Flag

    Where are the jobs Obama? What is going to be done to fix all of the big issues that will damage America to the point that we are a deadbeat nation. Now at least we get to count the days that he will be gone and maybe we get a great President that knows how to create jobs and create a strong GDP. On my list, major tax reform has to be done, but he has no clue on how to reform it other than collect more taxes anyway.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    nike will be $150 in 10 years

    by indian8788 Aug 31, 2010 8:18 AM
    foxeelicious foxeelicious Jan 20, 2013 3:06 PM Flag

    One of the best stocks I have owned. No reason to give up on it now. They just know the market so well and how to bring in the customers. The brand is just some popular and it is hard to lose that popularity once it is so strong.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Euro Draghi has it right

    by biddermon_ca Jan 10, 2013 4:39 PM
    foxeelicious foxeelicious Jan 20, 2013 3:04 PM Flag

    I have not been impressed with any of the Euro attempts to fix their problems. It is all kicking the can down the road. They have too many cooks in the kitchen and the economies are really sick, with too much socialism. I would rather just USA stocks and invest here and just collect my important dividends on some of my stocks.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    S&P has a $58 price target on CVS

    by le54roid Jan 2, 2013 1:12 PM
    foxeelicious foxeelicious Jan 20, 2013 2:37 PM Flag

    Looks to me that the shorts are becoming nervous time. I think as the year unfolds we can get to that level. We need some good luck with the Govt squabbles to be resolved to free up people an business to grow the economy more.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Sbux does not build good will, creates ill will

    by sbuxafraud Jan 15, 2013 10:35 AM
    foxeelicious foxeelicious Jan 20, 2013 2:34 PM Flag

    There are bound to be some workers at some stores that are just not up to snuff. Almost every store I go to has very good service and attention to detail. On occasion I have a wrong drink or not mixed right. Sometimes I ask for a re-do. Anyway, they have plenty of goodwill as the business is really popular with the public at large.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • foxeelicious by foxeelicious Jan 20, 2013 2:30 PM Flag

    I am sincerely thankful for the support to my post about the troll abuse problem with all of these greedy posters, including greedyone222. I am glad to hear that Yahoo can remove the greedy people off the Boards. I have noticed that some awfully gross posts were eliminated. I wish Yahoo could be faster and more able to block the posts by stopping connections from the ISP being used.

    Maybe these greedy trolls are really after all from China or Asia making 1 cent per post. I am familiar with the Cha Cha service where the answering people there make some money for each answer they give to a questioner.

    Being a nurse, frequently I am involved with cancer patients with some dying in my presence. The fact that these greedy trolls mock others about having cancer is basically the same kind of mind set as that killer of the kids. How could anyone want to wish or approve that someone gets or has cancer.

    Anyway, I have and will do more of the ignore link. I will do my part to reach Yahoo by phone or whatever is possible to ask them to kick off these trolls.

    Maybe if we all stick together these greedy trolls can be minimized.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • foxeelicious foxeelicious Jan 18, 2013 2:34 AM Flag

    I going to spend a little time here tonight to write some of my beliefs and deal with the abusing trolls that inhabit this board. This is a good point to do this after the abuse posting posted here in the last week or two in particular.

    I appreciate the continuing info by so many good people here I am always impressed by the high level of information given to us here. I realize most people are wanting a perfect world with stocks. They want immediate or short term gratification. But this is a company that falls into a different group. It is a company in transition. It is working hard to capitalize on the so-called NSN deal. Fine, and it takes time and many people to get the job done. They deserve the time which they said they needed from the start.

    Logically, NSN is going to be a busy and active major 4G network builder in the world. They are going to have big projects for years. Huge growing multiple millions of people are going to use mobile devices. NSN will ship off incrementally more orders to DRWI. All it takes is for DRWI to organize their operations to book profits. That is what executives do. It is a no brainer. Looks like an eventual winner profit making company, since they did it before. If there is really something wrong with that happening, it is the Board of Directors that has to figure out changes to get the job done. The Chairman of this company needs to step up and do the right things if it comes to it.

    I am totally fine with the game plan here and will be patient. That is just me and I am a small investor here anyway. But in this case there are some obvious major investors, that give me additional confidence. That includes NSN owning stock. NSN didn't have to do a deal like this one, but they liked it and went with it. They are showing they know how to make profits too. I have to give that credit in staying with this stock.

    I am glad to see many or most here ignore the greedy named posters that are paid to post trash and junk and insults day after day. In seeing their trail, they post the same loony nonsense at other boards. I originally thought that greedyone222 was a regular, normal poster, but his trail also shows he is off into weirdo land with the rest of the greedy posters doing the same or worse trash talk elsewhere. He harasses and insults people here like he does everywhere else at Yahoo. He is either out of his mind or paid to do this, or both. Take your pick. I know I will be immediately hit with vulgarity, with smears, and hate talk for speaking out against these abusers. I don't care. I resent who these people are and what they are doing to bash and badger and bully. There has already been a few occasions that as a lady I have been bashed. Still, I am speaking out for this board and for the rest of the good people here who seem to be just trying to be bystanders and ignore these trolls. We see in the news nut jobs and bullies and killers and insane walking among us here in America. Why should anyone of us here, that are good people, put up with these trolls that are in the same league as the others in society that are harming out country and citizens, including God bless those little kids.

    Therefore, I urge all the good people here to shun and reject greedy posters and also greedyone222 who has left a trail of repulsive and childish and immature and despicable posts where ever you look, whether it is Ceragon, or that nut house of Ivan, or some others he hangs out at. He is and his gang of greedy trolls are not to be trusted or accepted by all here and everywhere at Yahoo so far as I am concerned. What they post is harmful to children and put our country into a horrible light. I particularly outrageous calling mothers names and also making fun of cancer. That is just not acceptable and essentially way out of bounds. I am totally shocked that Yahoo has not done away with these kinds of abusers. Maybe Yahoo will finally wake up and do something.

    Even by saying this, these people are not chasing me away on my right to invest as I please and how I please or when I please. Nothing they can say will stop me from my freedom and even harm me in any way. I have already a long list of ignores on these trolls. I have sent in abuse reports. I hope that all of the good and normal and decent people here support me and will also join me in condemning these trolls, as well as blocking them out and keeping this board a normal place to post valid and fair opinions without troll harassment. I ask that others hit ignores and report abuse, as well as contact Yahoo by phone or letter or other means, to help put an end to these trolls.

    As I say, there is not anything these abusers and in effect socio-pathetic people can do to deter me in my decisions about this company or anything. I am not afraid and I wish everyone else not be afraid or intimidated and stand up for yourselves and rights. Thanks to all of the good people here for being helpful and courteous as good Americans ought to be.

  • foxeelicious by foxeelicious Jan 10, 2013 9:59 PM Flag

    Okay, 2 million shares tells me a bunch of short raiders hijacked the stock today. Loot and plunder, like the Attilla the Hun. Legal, yes, but creating the correct stock price here today--definitely not. Company is worth more.

    I carefully read the posts here, and read the transcript. The CEO said basically he wants to be cautious because he does not want a repeat of a revenue delay that might crop up as a surprise for this quarter. Logical and makes sense.

    Important to me is that they are promising to figure out a road to profits because that is mandatory and not some option. They have a duty to cut and dice and deliver a profit and build up sales whether by partners or to other customers. Besides, Clearwire and Sprint will send in orders this year.

    I am holding and sticking to the long term story. A bunch of looters are of no concern. Over time more buyers will see the good going on here and buy. Take it easy and don't sweat it. I will pick some buy spots here and will feel good about it. Simple, stick up for your beliefs.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • foxeelicious foxeelicious Jan 5, 2013 9:29 PM Flag

    I am glad this was posted. I read the whole article. I also read the stories about the litigation starting up by everybody.

    My question is that I started a position in Sprint at about $4.90. Now, I am a dollar ahead. I don't mind cashing out. But I am curious if the knowledgeable and really great posters here think it is still just best to hang on with Sprint and wait for the $7 or better?

    As for DRWI, what a sensational rally and so many of you were right on target with the upside.

    I am hopeful this is headed higher because of all the good reasons posted here. I am really pulling for us longs here, and especially for Tim who has stuck to his guns and is so gracious and down to earth to share his expertise. That is so awesome for us all here.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Honeywell new high

    by vantstrasse Jan 3, 2013 1:11 PM
    foxeelicious foxeelicious Jan 5, 2013 9:00 PM Flag

    I am happy with the gains and met my expectations and basically cashed out. But yeah, I really like the company and its prospects, but, it is just best to take a rest and relax now and watch and wait.

  • foxeelicious foxeelicious Jan 5, 2013 8:57 PM Flag

    If there is a $34 price eventually, I would find that fair enough and see then how to buy back in. But for now, I exited and will watch and wait and see.

  • foxeelicious foxeelicious Jan 5, 2013 8:52 PM Flag

    I am pleased with the gains lately and took a good sum off to be on the safe side. Give me some 10 % pull backs and I will be ready to return and see how it goes again. Still a great company anyway but great ones attract sometimes to much buying all at once.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    My wife only buy shoes at Nordstrom

    by jgiled Jan 3, 2013 10:36 AM
    foxeelicious foxeelicious Jan 5, 2013 8:47 PM Flag

    I would say I buy about 25% or more of my shoes from them, because there is a wide variety, latest styles, great service, and great brands. Also, the cosmetics and staff is par excellence too.
    The whole company just has a great market niche and customer base that keeps attracting more customers regularly.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    Hey Schultz this

    by solomonadvances Dec 31, 2012 10:04 AM
    foxeelicious foxeelicious Jan 5, 2013 8:41 PM Flag

    Don't be so paranoid because what you say here is just representative of living on this planet. Just getting in your car has more dangers than eating somewhere.

    This is about making money and SBUX knows very well how to do that.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    split

    by A Yahoo! User Dec 25, 2012 8:23 AM
    foxeelicious foxeelicious Dec 26, 2012 8:24 PM Flag

    That is the traditional view that after splits people sell a portion of their new shares. But that is offset by the fact that the tradition is that people buy ahead of splits because of liking the extra shares.

    But another favorable factor, traditionally, is that splits mean cheaper shares to buy and people buy more, causing prices to possibly rise.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    WAG/CVS pattern bears watching

    by cmc587 Dec 26, 2012 11:21 AM
    foxeelicious foxeelicious Dec 26, 2012 8:18 PM Flag

    You are right. I could have invested in both plays, but, what happened is that I have been involved for a long time with CVS that I understand pretty much its story and nuances on stock movement and action. I agree, we need resolution of the Obama induced recession story for this and so many other issues to do better. But, this is kind of a good place to keep money parked and hiding from what Obama damage may happen soon.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    TONS of Calls Below, ZERO puts above

    by xtgeminiman Nov 29, 2012 4:02 PM
    foxeelicious foxeelicious Dec 26, 2012 8:14 PM Flag

    I think that was a pretty good move on your part. I am pleased I felt it was time to wind down positions from those highs, but, honestly, I am looking at these sells off prices and I figure I will be scaling back in very soon. I want to be buying just before more buyers flood back in because there is a settlement of the fiscal cliff craziness.

    I am having a hard time believing Obama wants to go down in history as a President that stubbornly clung to hard core socialistic principals to start a recession. How does that help his legacy which is so narcissitically important to him?

    Sentiment: Buy

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