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post #1831 of 5568
looks like more red tomorrow
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What a crappy day for me today, almost every stock I have in my portfolio was down except one, which was up 23% patch%5B1%5D.gif

What is in your portfolio? Should have been pretty even ups and downs?


Mostly banking and mining companies.

post #1833 of 5568
Come on, everyone knew there wasn't going to be QE3 for months now. Hopes for stimulus fade?? Get off the teet!!
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I feel like AAPL is getting awfully hyped, I'm amazed if the talking heads on CNBC give any other company air time. For me it is 'where from here' and I think they need to make china their next target.
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I feel like AAPL is getting awfully hyped, I'm amazed if the talking heads on CNBC give any other company air time. For me it is 'where from here' and I think they need to make china their next target.

They're getting crushed and will continue to get crushed in China.
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They're getting crushed and will continue to get crushed in China.

Beneath the weight of suicide-jumping workers?
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Beneath the weight of suicide-jumping workers?

Beneath the weight of serious competition. Besides, wasn't most of this ^ story deemed fake?
Edited by Slopho - 4/4/12 at 7:19am
post #1838 of 5568
On another note, its good to see the rating agencies downgrading all the wrong stuff. Time to get some GE. I would McDonald's too but its too rich for my blood. (the stock price, not the food)
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Barry Knapp: S&P Earnings Growth Without Apple: 0%

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"As we head into 1Q12 earnings season, much like last quarter, AAPL is expected to have another sizable effect on index earnings and margins, masking otherwise less-than-stellar trends. Earnings growth is estimated at just 1.4% y/y, and about zero excluding AAPL."
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On another note, its good to see the rating agencies downgrading all the wrong stuff. Time to get some GE. I would McDonald's too but its too rich for my blood. (the stock price, not the food)

Ya total bullshit, I hold GE and they are in their strongest position in years.

AIG boys... just got upgraded at Bernstein w $45 price target... get in while theres getting to get got...



ACTC news:

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/act-announces-approval-of-bascom-palmer-eye-institute-as-additional-site-for-stem-cell-clinical-trial-for-dry-age-related-macular-degeneration-2012-04-04
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^ There was a rumor going around, very briefly but I could see it, that said the Dame Judy Dench was going to be treated at Bascom.
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Ya total bullshit, I hold GE and they are in their strongest position in years.
AIG boys... just got upgraded at Bernstein w $45 price target... get in while theres getting to get got...
ACTC news:
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/act-announces-approval-of-bascom-palmer-eye-institute-as-additional-site-for-stem-cell-clinical-trial-for-dry-age-related-macular-degeneration-2012-04-04

Been looking over AIG again, not sure if it's really a good buy anymore
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AIG is the only thing up in my portfolio today, hm.

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Been looking over AIG again, not sure if it's really a good buy anymore
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AIG is the only thing up in my portfolio today, hm.

For me its AIG, MAPP and SBUX. Everything else is red as hell.

Trade the outrageous. AIG's PE of 3.7 is that.
post #1845 of 5568
I thought you got out of MAPP.
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