March 28, 2001
Cisco's Troubles A LUV Match for Berkshire? Apple the Contender Qualcomm's Rapid Rollout A Closer Look at AMD's Chips Evaluating Philip Morris How to Cut Your Spending Relationship Between Growth and Value Hey Fool, Do Your Taxes!
"It's more than the economy, stupid!" says etherdude, who suggests that tax and interest rate cuts aren't enough to fix the problems of too much capacity and too little broadband.
A few Fools think that Southwest Airlines comes close to fitting Buffett's criteria of "companies that get extraordinary results from doing ordinary things, and doing them exceptionally well."
A Fool who never thought of Apple as a good investment before has a change of heart after researching the Mac OS X. "Apple's market now includes the business world."
For those questioning Qualcomm's motive for bidding in Australia, one Fool sees a pattern in the company's strategy to accelerate the pace of 3G rollout.
"Now that we have some preliminary information about precisely how PowerNow systems will work, we can now make some estimates of how Palomino will benefit."
Fools are crunching some numbers, and finding interesting results when they separate the tobacco from the food divisions.
For those wanting to modify their spending habits, a Living Below Your Means Fool draws up a list to live by. For example, use a humidifier in winter to feel warmer, and avoid catalog shopping.
When Warren Buffett writes "growth is simply a component in the value equation," is he borrowing from some of Ben Graham's methodology? ZenvestorB makes the connection.
April 16 is quickly approaching. Maximize your tax savings with a visit to the Tax Strategies discussion board.
A LUV Match for Berkshire?
Apple the Contender
Qualcomm's Rapid Rollout
A Closer Look at AMD's Chips
Evaluating Philip Morris
How to Cut Your Spending
Relationship Between Growth and Value
Hey Fool, Do Your Taxes!