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merlynp 1551 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 15, 2013 8:37 AM Member since: Dec 28, 1997
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    Conditions On The Cruise Ship 'Triumph'

    by barryoloser Feb 14, 2013 7:16 PM
    merlynp merlynp Feb 15, 2013 8:37 AM Flag

    Learn English; then, we may listen to you.

  • Anyone Trading these Wild Swings?

  • Looks like a classical filling of the gap. It is now headed back down to ???

    I wonder what Creamer is saying about this stock. Didn't he pick this one, and get in at about $3 ? Every once in a while he hits, like the WallMart call.

    Good luck to all of you. I sincerely hope you make a mint!

  • ...a few days ago? Didn't he say it was way undervalued? Could this be the reason it is down?

  • merlynp merlynp Feb 23, 2007 9:28 AM Flag

    Value is a measure of a stock's current worth. F has a current Value of $6.24 per share. Therefore, it is overvalued compared to its Price of $8.35 per share.

    Value is computed from forecasted earnings per share, forecasted earnings growth, profitability, interest, and inflation rates.

    Value increases when earnings, earnings growth rate and profitability increase, and when interest and inflation rates decrease.

    VectorVest advocates the purchase of undervalued stocks. At some point in time, a stock's Price and Value always will converge.

  • merlynp by merlynp Jan 27, 2007 10:51 AM Flag

    Book Value Per Share (mrq): $11.876


    New Technology developed with IBM

  • Presidents and congresses seldom have much to do with the economy. Of course there is tax legislation, earmarks, and other programs that can have a small impact.

    Consider the billions pumped into the economy to get ready for Y2K! So soon we forget.

    Consider the implementation of computer aids to improve productivity!

    Consider the billions and billions in tax revenue from stock market trades in the 1990s!

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    Any Ford workers here?

    by democracky Oct 27, 2006 12:49 PM
    merlynp merlynp Oct 27, 2006 1:00 PM Flag

    I'm the uncle of a Ford employee at the truck plant in Louisville. He has enough time to retire with all benefits; so, he is taking the $45,000 they offered him; he will immediately retire; and, he is going to start his own painting business, together with a partner who already is a remodeling contractor. Ironically, his sister is an interior decorator; so, this should be a win, win, win situation.

    He has enjoyed his tenure with Ford; and, he has always been very positive about their quality. He has driven a new Ford almost every year. They cost him very little, using the employee discount. The resale returns most of his cost.

    Once the new guy gets his teeth into the turn-around, this company, and this stock should fly.


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    my friend's 800K house now worth 650K

    by dhan00000 Oct 4, 2006 5:01 PM
    merlynp merlynp Oct 6, 2006 10:36 AM Flag

    While it does take longer to sell a house now, the prices average only 1.8% less than last year. That is hardly a collapse in the housing market.

    Unemployment actually improved by 1/10th of a % this month, as it dropped from 4.7% to 4.6%; so, what is the problem?

    The only houses taking big hits, are those located in very popular areas, where speculation buying drove up the prices. Those speculators have gotten out of the market.

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    disturbing evidence 9/11 was inside job

    by bush_fema_nist_lied Oct 3, 2006 12:43 PM
    merlynp merlynp Oct 4, 2006 11:26 AM Flag

    Snake handlers, religious quacks, fakers, snake oil salesmen, and failed politicians, have banded together to peddle crap like this.

    As an engineer, this was a very straight forward event. The big question by the architect was, "How did it stand so long?"

    Don't be misled by such stupid incompetents! 9/11 was not an inside job!

  • Well, not so much numbers as reports of numbers.

    posted 11:36am EST Mon Jul 17 2006 - submitted by RickGeek

    AMD's 4x4 platform is its dualie quad-core solution designed to take on Conroe. To explain that further, consider that the configuration uses dual sockets, each with a dual-core chip attached, and a coherent HyperTransport bus between the two chips, allowing the two dual-cores to operate, from all practical points of view, as a quad-core chip. It's the Coherent HT pathways that make it possible.

    The Inquirer's Charlie Demerjian is reporting that some internal numbers on the unreleased parts indicate an 80% increase in performance and throughput going from dual-core to dual-dual-core, or 4x4. In terms of real-world performance, this means that were it to take two minutes today to crunch something with a single-socket dual-core chip, going to dual-socket dual-core chips on the 4x4 platform will now yield an 80% improvement, down to 67 seconds in processing time.

    For an unreleased product these numbers are very nice. Now for pricing ... we'll have to wait and see how competitive a dual-socket, dual-chip system will be, one that leverages better performance than a single, dual-core Conroe solution. Will people be willing to pay the extra money for the dual-socket motherboard and multiple chips? I'm guessing that most Geeks will if it provides better performance.

    From where I sit this is an excellent solution. AMD's investment in HyperTransport really seems to be paying off. We see HTX solutions, 4x4 platforms, and all kinds of potential future increases due to the high-speed, Open Source throughput of HyperTransport. I'm curious to see what readers think about AMD's use of HT for so many solutions.

    Read more at The Inquirer, and post your thoughts below.

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    by aqyyu Jun 14, 2006 12:07 PM
    merlynp merlynp Jun 14, 2006 12:16 PM Flag

    I'm moving back to France!

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    by aqyyu Jun 14, 2006 12:07 PM
    merlynp merlynp Jun 14, 2006 12:14 PM Flag

    We want everything you have; we want it now; then, it is time for you to die.

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    Its not about AMD vs. INTC

    by PoonJ2000 Jun 6, 2006 11:32 AM
    merlynp merlynp Jun 6, 2006 12:17 PM Flag

    We in business choose these slow times to upgrade our computers.

    We do it in-house, we don't buy complete computers, unless they are too cheap to pass up.

    Our purchases don't show up as computers, but as parts.

    We do improve our productivity every time we upgrade our hardware and software.

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    by we_need_a_neocondom May 30, 2006 9:27 AM
    merlynp merlynp May 30, 2006 3:06 PM Flag

    The Iraq war is 15 years too late. This is much the way we manage every other crisis, 15 or more years late.

    Back then, we had 540,000 troops on the ground. We are too stupid to learn from Korea, Vietnam, and now Iraq.

    General Patton must be roiling in his grave:
    "We're not going to just shoot the sons-of-bitches, we're going to rip out their living Goddamned guts and use them to grease the treads of our tanks. We're going to murder those lousy Hun cocksuckers by the bushel-fucking-basket. War is a bloody, killing business.

    You've got to spill their blood, or they will spill yours. Rip them up the belly. Shoot them in the guts.

    When shells are hitting all around you and you wipe the dirt off your face and realize that instead of dirt it's the blood and guts of what once was your best friend beside you, you'll know what to do!"

    "I don't want to get any messages saying, "I am holding my position." We are not holding a Goddamned thing. Let the terrorists do that. We are advancing constantly and we are not interested in holding onto anything, except the enemy's balls. We are going to twist his balls and kick the living shit out of him all
    of the time. Our basic plan of operation is to advance and to keep on advancing regardless of whether we have to go over, under, or through the enemy. We are going to go through him like crap through a
    goose; like shit through a tin horn!"

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    by we_need_a_neocondom May 30, 2006 9:27 AM
    merlynp merlynp May 30, 2006 2:56 PM Flag

    "..just think what would happen if America voted for that Chinese guy who sang like my toilet...Hung?"

    Well...if he was Well Hung, he would have no difficulty becoming president. That seems to be a prominent qualification.

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    by we_need_a_neocondom May 30, 2006 9:27 AM
    merlynp merlynp May 30, 2006 2:53 PM Flag

    Our Republic is a representative democracy. Having said that, the perception is that our representatives are not working for us.

    A shakeup is needed to prevent the coming anarchy, should this continue.

    One of the reasons the feelings are running so strongly against illegal aliens, is that it is perceived our government is allowing lawbreakers to have an unfair advantage that the rest of us cannot share.

    Anarchy results when I view the speed limit as an unnecessary infringement on my rights, when compared to millions jumping the fence to eat my lunch.

    I must say I've always viewed speed limits as somewhat arbitrary, except in school zones.

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    by we_need_a_neocondom May 30, 2006 9:27 AM
    merlynp merlynp May 30, 2006 1:21 PM Flag

    Had Nizon won in '60, he would have brought with him the Eisenhower defense policies. No, we wouldn't have been nuked; it is possible the Soviets would have.

    Also, we would not have had the "bay of pigs".

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    by aqyyu May 30, 2006 12:52 PM
    merlynp merlynp May 30, 2006 1:17 PM Flag

    Too Simplistic: True, we will take a beating when buying foreign goods, including from China; however, our exports will increase, due to the cheap dollar. This will help to create more jobs, more taxes, to help pay off the whopping debt.

    These guys, dems and repubs, spend money like drunken socialists. Even good Socialists would blush. They are not even getting good value for their dollar.

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    by we_need_a_neocondom May 30, 2006 9:27 AM
    merlynp merlynp May 30, 2006 1:06 PM Flag

    Combine American Idol, the bachelor, and bits of several other reality shows, into a "Finding The Next President" series.

    Find two qualified people, not in politics. The show would then morph into "Nominating the Next President" In which the same people who voted for these candidates, would get them on the ballots of all 50 states, as independents, and get them elected.

    It is true; neither party has EVER nominated the best candidates.

    Consider this interesting tidbit: Had Nixon beaten Kennedy in 1960, we would not have had the Vietnam War. Nixon was a Quaker, and the Eisenhower administration was against involvement in SE Asia.

    Kennedy could have won in 1968, and he would not have been assassinated, as Lee Harvey Oswald would have either been killed, or been imprisoned.