Fuzzy! You still got it! Thank you! As soon as you made this negative post, CERN rebounded and was up $2 a share in less than a trading day. Keep doing what your doing, dude.
Account created on May 8th, and 917 spam posts made in the first 24 hours. I reported him yesterday, and as soon as I did, he made no more posts, maybe yahoo froze his ability to push more spam after that time.
Spammer: "Because you have done this, cursed are you above all livestock and all wild animals! You will crawl on your belly and you will eat dust all the days of your life."
If Millennium (Cerner's EMR) was Cerner's only product, I would think you'd be right. However, the Healthcare market is growing (and will very, very likely continue to grow) at a very good clip. Providing a broad portfolio of IT related products and services (not just an EMR solution) to the broad healthcare industry provides great growth opportunities for the future, both domestically as well as globally.
Oh fuzzy, this is the same song you have been singing for years, and as I have proven by examining your previous posts going back all those years, you have always been wrong, and it just happened again!
Want to talk about "new investors"? If a "new investor" would have purchased as soon as possible after your negative post at 4:54 pm on April 13th, (that would be buying at market open on April 14th) they would have snagged CERN at $56.00. At the moment, it is trading at $57.47. I would suggest that is not a bad return for slightly over 2 trading days. Up 2.6%.
Fuzzy, please don't stop being negative on Cerner stock. Whenever you post your negative opinions, CERN investors benefit. We really should pool some of our vast returns and slide a little your way.
I still have a small stake in Cerner, and if you ever begin posting positive things about CERN, I will seriously have to consider selling my entire stake.
You are not the only one who thinks his words are a contrarian play. With the market down over 1%, CERN is up over 1%.
Too late. I already made enough money investing in CERN the past 14 & 1/2 years to retire early.
You dispense so much advice, but all if it can be proven to be dreadfully wrong. However, it has not deterred you. Wow.
Hello? Lights are on, is anyone home? You should be saying that like it is a GOOD thing! During the past 26 years (as far back as yahoo stock price charts for CERN go) CERN stock has returned an annual rate of return of 23.7%! And that was WITHOUT paying a dividend (other than the stock dividends paid in each of their 6 two-for-one stock splits during that time).
Oh, wait, the only people who are complaining about Cerner NOT paying a dividend are those that don't own it anyway, and thereby have missed out on such great returns. Probably because they were out chasing dividends. Good luck with that.
You purposefully twisted my words. You dropped a very important word; 'Now'. Just to make an imaginary point. Shame, shame.
When I say that well run companies that have opportunities for growth by investing earnings will do so rather than throw off dividends, and when Cerner does just that, how can that be construed as 'admitting' that CERN is not well run?
Thanks for your other post about recent enthusiasm in CERN is misplaced. The results of your predictions has a confidence factor of -1.0, making your guidance a super contrarian play. Looks like CERN is up over 6% since your pearl of 'wisdom'. Keep the 'guidance' coming!
Well run companies don't pay a dividend when they have opportunities to invest earnings for even greater future benefit to stockholders. The "Give Me My Dividends Now!" crowd are the short term focused 'investors' to whom the future of the company is of less of a concern than the money they can get in their wallet to spend today. Pretty simple, really, if you think about it a few seconds.
More predictions fuzzy? After my research of your past predictions over the years have found them all to be bunk? You must have forgotten, yahoo saves all your past posts and it is easy to see in hindsight what the results actually were with a simple look at price charts.
Oh well, I guess hope springs eternal! Someday you just might be right. But, you know what they say about blind squirrels. ;-)