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haha my position is less than 1% so in the grand scheme of things, it's a blip on the radar but it's always fun to bet on a winning pony!
You made the right choice. Bet the farm!!!"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? 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:
"‘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:
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