I am used to seeing a specific format for the income, balance and cash flow statements, but I didn't see it. I found it frustrating to read. I didn't have time to listen to the presentation.
you want a stock that will grow earnings. Consider it if its price dips below the 200 day moving average. Better if it drifts below that 200 day average as much as the high prices on average were above the 200 day average. More to it than that though..
I wrote that as a parody of im_grant telling me it's not seasonal. You obviously have no experience communicating with people, so just dismiss them as idiots.
Back in the 1800-1900's, people were scared to death of entering a hospital because the mortality rate upon entering was so high.
recommend this book - A surgeon's story : the autobiography of Robert T. Morris
I think the mortality rate for appendicitis was 15% due to all the infections that hospital could give you. The hosptials had a complete lack of knowledge of aseptic conditions.
I own a stock with the symbol VSCI. I hate to say it, but the director was always buying shares of stock and it got slammed during a merger. This stock has a seemingly larger market to gain than VSCI does.
You don't sound like you interact with people in person too often when you write like that. All you need to do is make a point, you don't have to be a jerk.