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You made the right choice. Bet the farm!!!http://seekingalpha.com/article/2874616-bet-the-farm-on-gilead-again"In Q4, Gilead's revenue and earnings will reflect the full potential of [its Hep C drug] Sovaldi/Harvoni. With a market capitalization of $158 billion, the stock is undervalued at 14x run rate earnings. Bet the farm on Gilead again. You will be rewarded."
did you see this?http://tablet.gq.com/style/2384-abercrombie-ceo-mike-jeffries-is-out-but-how-bad-has-it-gotten-reallyI like GILD enough to have 200 shares of it and I'm up a few hunge since I bought it, but Bank of America/Merrill Lynch currently has its rating as "Underperform"**BofAML Rating - The BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research rating system. The investment ratings reflect the analyst's assessment of a stock's absolute total return potential and attractiveness for...
that's a good point... reminds me of what somebody said once about buying the opposite of whatever Jim Cramer recommends!I'm sure I own some apple in my mutual funds... it always seems to be one of the top 5 holdings.
A year ago, $AAPL was in the low 70s! They say it's a must-own stock now: http://www.cnbc.com/id/102373789
"‘Staggering’ iPhone Demand Helps Lift Apple’s Quarterly Profit by 38%Profit Hits $18 Billion as 74.5 Million iPhones Are SoldApple Inc. surpassed even the most bullish Wall Street expectations for its holiday quarter with an improbable trifecta: selling more iPhones at higher prices—and earning more on each sale.The Cupertino, Calif., company said it sold 74.5 million iPhones in the quarter, 46% above a year earlier, while lifting the average selling price of the devices...
I'm up almost $600 on my $GILD!I was down a bit overall last week, so this is a nice change of events.
I see what you did there!
Not boring at all! WiseBanyan and Betterment are awesome in my opinion and should make up the bulk of most people's portfolios.I'm up 1.44% (since inception last year) at risk level 10.In one of my play accounts I picked up some $LEN.
Congrats on locking in some of your gains on $GILD! I'm holding on for now but am down at the moment Good time to ensure your portfolios are sufficiently diversified outside the US:http://www.blackrockblog.com/2015/01/20/stocks-lost-lead/
I like it a lot, because it's just "set it and forget it" (the first "it" being your risk tolerance level - mine is the highest at 10 and you can change it any time). It's a lot like Betterment....You might be thinking of Covestor?
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