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post #41 of 54
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After the double dip I'll be watching PIR, LVS, IMAX, NFLX, ZLC, and F. Of course those are tentative, as everything is in the market...
if you believe a double dip will happen i would be carefull on the bouncers. the companies that barely made it past the first drop will not be in as good of shape going into the next dip. before the first dip credit was easy as hell to get. ford was able to raise funds with loans backed by things like the rights to the blue oval. if we double dip companies will have a hard time since credit is way more tight. also another dip will probably weaken things enough to stay down instead of an immediate bounce. i would say ford would survive a double dip but for most on your list except nflx their survival will depend on if they refinanced their debt already.
post #42 of 54
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Originally Posted by i_am_so_siri View Post
if you believe a double dip will happen i would be carefull on the bouncers. the companies that barely made it past the first drop will not be in as good of shape going into the next dip. before the first dip credit was easy as hell to get. ford was able to raise funds with loans backed by things like the rights to the blue oval. if we double dip companies will have a hard time since credit is way more tight. also another dip will probably weaken things enough to stay down instead of an immediate bounce. i would say ford would survive a double dip but for most on your list except nflx their survival will depend on if they refinanced their debt already.
I was just going off of past consumer demand. IMAX theaters are huge, LVS I'm sure will be just fine, unless Las Vegas falls into the ocean like the rest of cali. Netflix seems to get bigger by the day, replacing movie rental stores... ZLC is in the gold and diamonds business, and those will only increase in value as our economy goes down the shitter. Ford, well, Ford goes without saying. PIR is more of a lotto play. They avoided BK once, and I think they'll be fine. But like I said, everything is tentative. As always... There's never a shortage of variables in the market.
post #43 of 54
Apple's reception issue has been attributed to an incorrect formula or so they claim. There are videos on the internet showing that the iphone 3GS is prone to the same reception issue as the iphone 4 when it has the IOS 4.0 installed. Also, there have been several tests completed proving that the signal bars fall; however, the call is not dropped unless its in an extremely poor signal location.

This leads me to believe that the reception issue truly is software related and a new algorithm for calculating signal strength should fix it or at least alleviate it in a new OS update that Apple has promised.

Getting to the issue, i doubt the lawsuits will really get anywhere. I mean there are some ridiculous lawsuits claiming that Apple and AT&T are running a conspiracy. I mean come on, people will do anything these days for money. But we cannot know for sure. However, i think the reason Apple is doing insanely well is partly due to Microsoft's problems. If and when Microsoft gets their business back on track Apple will face more competition, in desktops as well as in mobile OS markets. Google's Android OS is already predicted to overtake IOS in app count as well as market share.

After reading my post i realized i was browsing on the first page of this thread and also forgot to quote it. I was trying to get into the conversation of Apple's future from previous posts on this thread. Cheers!
post #44 of 54

dude, steve jobs doesn't even design any of the products anymore, he's just the guy who says "yes" or "no" when a new product comes out, and most of the time, all he says is something along the lines of "yes we can!"

 

basically just a figure head, quite useless really

post #45 of 54
AAPL
GOOG

And, I plan to invest in some GOLD in the Commodity sector. banana.gif
post #46 of 54

this is a old forum but Im saying for 2012 it would be TRL,EGO and IMGN these are ones i like I think I will go with TRL first only cause its cheaper but they are all good ..guess EGO and IMGN i would have to throw the dice on ...like them both.

post #47 of 54

Why do you like them ? Why will they go up from here ?

 

My bet is for UNIS - unilife 's stock to grow quite a lot during the next year or two as they get in some orders.

 

Also I am thinking a shipper... ish now or Fro when they hit resistence and  if oil is up... they didn't sound to confident on the last conference call..

post #48 of 54

LVS, WYNN

anything to do with energy, part uranium stocks, Cameco, UUU.to,

Oil: Exxon, BP

NG: tailsmen

copper etfs

mixed with retial (RL, ANF) and some banks (BMO, TD, C)

APPL solid

HD

post #49 of 54

This is going to be tough to pick at this point.

 

AAPL looks like it is a popular pick, you cant argue with their profits, but when the market drops, everything goes with it.

 

The high dividend plays ala PFE may be the ticket.

post #50 of 54

Now its so easy ........

 

Investing in the stock market today is no longer that difficult.

 
post #51 of 54

 

 

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Now its so easy ........

 

Investing in the stock market today is no longer that difficult.

What do you mean by this??

I'm new to the stock market and I've never invested before.  But I want to start with something low risk.

post #52 of 54
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Originally Posted by yojoe792 View Post

My favorites are

F
LVS
AAPL


Posted in July 2010....good call on LVS and AAPL....

post #53 of 54

The way things are going so far, it seems that the quality high dividend payers will be the ones to hold.

 

Get your CAT, IBM, GE etc

post #54 of 54

I have been holding a few for almost a year now and plan to keep holding.

 

 

GLD

ATT

F

JKHY

 

Then just bought some LL which I am hoping will pop back up in a year or so.

 

 

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