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Posted by Ed Gilligan on August 07, 2004 at 17:32:33:
In Reply to: Re: hello and more on stocks posted by jj on August 06, 2004 at 07:50:18:
Thank you for the input, I agree with everything you all have said. I use valueline from the libary. One day I will buy it myself.
Valueline, Busness Investers Daily, and another I can't call to mind have a different slant on the views of stocks. BID has their 100 pick of top stocks and are for the rich, but I find it intersisting. If someone is in the USA you know, for a visit, have them pick you up a copy.
Now about gold buying, the market is falling and this is the time to buy stocks, when it hits bottom. If I had a lot of money, this is what I would do. Go through the list of stock and see what has lowered in price. Then check it out on valueline for cash behind it. If they have no cash, you don't want it. You have to do your homework. I missed 3, McDonald, IBM, and Kmart. They were $3 to $15, now about $75.
I pumped 3 feet of water out of my bog and then we got 1 and half inch of rain. I now have 3 more feet to pump. I hope to rent the bulldozer in sept. I learned to run a bullldozer in the army reserve. I was learning on the dozer in the morning and the grader in the afternoon. It was called getting our stick time. On sunday a 6 wheel dump truck. The army teaches you fast. Now all those poor fellows are in Iraq. I was luckey and didn't now it then.
Look at lucent, sunmiro, and they are at about $3 and are billian dollars companies. So was elron. You need sporting blood to buy those and I don't have it. I learned my leson with bostain chicken. My $460 of bc isn't worth $.01 Somehow I changes the paragapts.?? cya