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   Technology StocksGoodyear Tire & Rubber GT


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To: MacRules who wrote (6)10/1/2003 3:01:27 PM
From: Jack Hartmann
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GT is hurting from massive debt.

jack

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From: MacRules12/3/2005 5:03:21 PM
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GT went up a lot this year.
I am very happy owning some of GT share.

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From: letsmakerealcash11/28/2006 9:00:37 AM
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love it

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From: JATrudel5/2/2011 4:53:34 PM
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In these difficult times of record unemployment the auto replacement business is rocking. GT just reported record sales and blew away the street in profits Friday. Goodyear has good branding, is thriving worldwide and the stock shows both volume and volatility; it's a very active trade. Given so much uncertainty in consumer goods and the markets in general, IMO this will be a solid core stock to build a position around going forward with everyone expecting a pullback. Huge gap up Friday. Stock's tendency in the past has been to ignore the gaps and keep trending. It now has three unfilled gaps as of the close of business today. Pep Boys is another I'm watching as its vastly underpriced in comparison to its competition.

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