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To: Stock Puppy who wrote (132615)4/30/2012 6:29:45 PM
From: Cogito
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Whenever we expect perfection, we are bound to be disappointed.

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To: Cogito who wrote (132617)4/30/2012 6:30:17 PM
From: Stock Puppy
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OT :-)


De vrais


Not Burrito? :-(

I'm hungry...

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From: Moonray4/30/2012 6:32:15 PM
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5 Growth Stocks To Catch Before They're Expensive

4. Apple ( AAPL): It is hard to believe that the most valuable company in the world is able to be included on this list. This is a monster growth company (one of the greatest in history) that is trading currently at a forward P/E of 11.5, which by recently reported quarters might be based on earnings numbers that are way too low. This company, even at $600, is a screaming buy. I am looking forward to seeing what the final 2012 fiscal year number turns out to be. It could turn out to be closer to $50 per share than the $46 that is forecast. Don't let the bears scare you out of buying what could be one of the greatest growth stories of our time. No matter what analysts say, this stock is still way too cheap. You can read my full Apple analysis here.

More at: seekingalpha.com

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To: Stock Puppy who wrote (132619)4/30/2012 6:32:58 PM
From: Cogito
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OT

We were speaking French, so the best I can do in the way of a food-based response is crépe.

Now I'd appreciate it if you wouldn't say, "Don't give me that crépe."

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From: Sr K4/30/2012 6:42:46 PM
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Now it's disclosed to be $605 million over a few years.

By GINA CHON And SHIRA OVIDE

Microsoft Corp. MSFT +0.11% is investing at least $605 million in Barnes & Noble Inc.'s BKS +51.68% Nook digital-book business, as the software giant pushes deeper into the e-books business and props up a rival to the iPad and Amazon's Kindle.

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In addition to a $300 million investment Microsoft announced Monday in the new subsidiary, Microsoft also pledged to dole out $180 million—or $60 million a year for three years—to the subsidiary in the form of revenue-sharing guarantees, according to a copy of the contract filed Monday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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Microsoft also pledged $25 million a year over five years, or $125 million, to assist in NewCo's planned international expansion, according to the companies' contract. The agreement says the money is earmarked to assist the Barnes & Noble business "in acquiring local reading content and technology development."

wsj.com


But it was downhill from right after 7:00 AM when BKS was up more than 100%.

online.wsj.com

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To: Cogito who wrote (132618)4/30/2012 7:05:24 PM
From: Win-Lose-Draw
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Whenever we expect perfection, we are bound to be disappointed.



When we don't, we guarantee disappointment.


;)

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To: Cogito who wrote (132592)4/30/2012 8:25:21 PM
From: Kurthend
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R u serious about the 50" folding screen. :)

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To: Road Walker who wrote (132587)4/30/2012 8:50:55 PM
From: Sr K
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Rupert Murdoch and Dow Jones did the next best thing. They sold the Dow Jones Industrial Average, and Transportation Average and Utility Average, to CME Group, retaining a minority interest, and keeping in-place the "board" the controlling family insisted on (for a limited period?) when News Corp. bought DJ. Interesting that Barron's would have that as its cover story.

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To: Sr K who wrote (132625)4/30/2012 8:57:41 PM
From: Lahcim Leinad
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OT:
Rupert Murdoch and Dow Jones did the next best thing. They sold the Dow Jones Industrial Average, and Transportation Average and Utility Average, to CME Group, retaining a minority interest, and keeping in-place the "board" the controlling family insisted on (for a limited period?) when News Corp. bought DJ. Interesting that Barron's would have that as its cover story.
BREAKING! ;-)


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To: Cogito who wrote (132618)4/30/2012 9:30:05 PM
From: Emile Vidrine
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