March 14, 2001
Why Did GE Drop? Sticking to My Guns A Lifetime Online Help Wanted From UPS Investors Gorillas and Price-to-Sales Ericsson's Effect on Nokia Cree's Customers How Can They Tax Me for This? Strange Cats
"Having worked for General Electric in a management position, I'm not in the camp that believes GE has been fooling with the numbers to make its EPS targets during 2000."
As the bear market continues, xerohype sticks to his LTBH (long-term buy-and-hold) guns. "As I've always said, I'm still learning, but in times like these, I have to go to the core of my being, my master plan."
A fascinating view of the dynamics of online relationships. "Ultimately, act online like you do in real life."
A Rule Maker seminar student needs help: "What make UPS different, special, better than the competition?"
Fools debate the value of using the price-to-sales ratio for Gorilla companies.
"I know Nokia is a competitor of Ericsson's and that I root for their demise as it will be good for Nokia, but I am sad [to see] how poorly that company is being run."
As investors look for the reasons behind the earnings warning, one of Cree's biggest customers issues its own warning.
A Fool on the AMD board is surprised to find that his tax owed on the sale of a stock is higher than the profit he made.
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Why Did GE Drop?
Sticking to My Guns
A Lifetime Online
Help Wanted From UPS Investors
Gorillas and Price-to-Sales
Ericsson's Effect on Nokia
How Can They Tax Me for This?