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News for Friday, December 12, 1997
Dr. Seuss comments on rough week, in the Boring
Asia malaise, nd the boring investor named Buffett. In tonight's Fool Port
Today's Daily Dow report,
Getting There From
Robert Sheard updates the rankings for the 1998 screens in tonight's
Electronics Manufacturers Short Circuit: The industry was smashed today after
yesterday's freefall of Kent Electronics. In tonight's
Options for Ernie: Flowers raises its stake in Keebler and the elves get
some options. In the
A new title and prominent friends made American Champion
A stitch in time hasn't helped Singer out. They're in
- On giving, the Josiah Carberry Fribble.
News for Thursday, December 11, 1997
- What exactly is Lucent and why is the Fool Portfolio holding it? Tom Gardner answers these questions in tonight's report.
- Asian Contagion Claims Another. Economic turmoil in Southeast Asia cost Kulicke & Soffa 27%. Read the whole story in tonight's Evening News.
- In today's Daily Dow, Comforting Stability.
- Boring finally gives Oracle the boot. Get the details in tonight's recap.
- A tasty food review by our own Foolish baker, Randy Befumo, in today's Drip Portfolio recap.
- Quantum Erased: The drive-maker was hit for 20% this morning after Q3 earnings estimates were halved. In the Lunchtime News.
- In today's Fribble, a Foolish History
- Transcrypt International secures itself a Double.
- Koo Koo Roo tosses investors a rubber chicken.
News for Wednesday, December 10, 1997
- Greg Markus is still holding on to Oracle and Tidewater continues to recede. Find out all of today's Boring news in tonight's recap.
- Dump Trump? We're stumped! Help us out with The Donald in tonight's Fool Portfolio recap.
- Robert Sheard introduces the key to the Dow Dividend Approach in tonight's Daily Dow report.
- Index Dentistry. Penny stocks and root canals -- will the Nasdaq extract the OTC Bulletin Board? Get the details in the Evening News.
- Randy Befumo analyzes the tasty-sounding International Bakeries in tonight's Drip recap.
- Having a hard time with your holiday shopping? Check out our Foolish Gift Guide for some holiday help.
- Estee Lauder's Run. Dale Wettlaufer says the beauty products giant still looks good. Read the Lunchtime News for all the details.
- This past year has been decorated with profits for Concepts Direct.
- Caught in a net of intrigue, IMNET collapsed.
- Does the money really matter? Find out in today's Fribble.
News for Tuesday, December 09, 1997
- The Boring Port takes a hit...named Oracle.
- The Fool Port gets the sniffles. Join TMF Parlay as he recaps the day.
- The Drip portfolio moves on to dessert as Randy Befumo analyzes Hershey.
- It's getting to be that time again. You know, the rotation of your Dow Dividend stocks. Robert Sheard explains the process and discusses the one year vs. 18 month timeframe.
- In tonight's Evening News, Jim Surowiecki explains why Coca-Cola was knocked down a few notches yesterday.
- Oracle reports flat earnings -- is it the apocalypse? Mego doing a me-too in mortgage write-downs and Computer Learning heads north. Hear it with FoolAudio.
- In the Lunchtime News, Oracle crashes down as investors digest yesterday's earnings report.
- The Grinch has stolen Christmas from unfortunate DSI shareholders.
- General Employment is a profitable business in a hot market.
- In today's Fribble, our own Chris Rugaber says hire the best money manager there is -- You!
News for Monday, December 08, 1997
- Oracle speaks of a Q2 shortfall and Greg Markus explains in tonight's Boring recap.
- David Gardner chats about college hoops, polls and investing in tonight's Fool Port recap.
- Anticipation -- an overview of H.J. Heinz, in tonight's Drip Portfolio Recap.
- Intel Buys CMG Stake: So does that make CMG a good investment? Randy Befumo explains why that's not necessarily true, in tonight's Evening News.
- In today's Foolish Four update, the Dow Approach is compared to an instamatic camera. It's not a bad snapshot, but definitely not studio-quality.
- All in the Jeans: Levi's takes the high road. Guess takes the low road. And they both end up losing market share.
- Input/Output Impresses: The stock erupts on an outstanding Q2 earnings report. In the Lunchtime News.
- Crown Books has been dethroned as king of the booksellers.
- Is the sky the limit for Horizon Pharmacies?
- Lights, Decorations, Invest! What do Christmas decorations have to do with investing? Read today's Fribble to find out.