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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
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    Kevin O'Leary, University of Waterloo?

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    Absolutely true. He's now floating the idea of running for Prime Minister against Justin Trudeau.

    http://globalnews.ca/news/3188706/ke...prime-minister (shades of Billy W.! LOL)

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    River,
    O'Leary can be caustic at times but he explains himself very well. As a sidenote, I always think of Justin Trudeau as Canada's Jerry Brown.


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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
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    O'Leary can be caustic at times but he explains himself very well. As a sidenote, I always think of Justin Trudeau as Canada's Jerry Brown.


    ----------------billy
    But sweet Justin is so much CUTER! I still giggle remembering his mother's (Margaret's) affair with Mick Jagger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riverbabe View Post
    But sweet Justin is so much CUTER! I still giggle remembering his mother's (Margaret's) affair with Mick Jagger.
    .............and Ted Kennedy, but Jerry Brown had Linda Ronstadt.

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    This bodes well for the Monsanto/Bayer merger! PM Ask on Monsanto is 113.90. Buyout priced at 128. Holding patiently!

    Dow Chemical (DOW) and DuPont (DD) have received European Commission approval for their planned merger, with some divestment conditions. The deal still needs U.S. approval, but many analysts have considered Europe's approval the most difficult hurdle. (CNBC, 3/27/17)

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    Quote Originally Posted by riverbabe View Post
    My all time favorite women's clothing store, J. Jill (JILL) is IPOing tomorrow. Everything in those stores and online fits me to a "tee." I always find exactly what I want. Priced $14-$16. Will this be another SNAP? Going to watch this one closely but not jumping in with both feet here. Too hard to judge the market's mood right now.
    Thinking about buying here. At the low end of this quarter's guidance, $.08, annualized, if you pay in the low 5s for the stock you're still looking at a PE of only 16 or so. Plus everyone I know who shops there thinks their stuff is great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riverbabe View Post
    This bodes well for the Monsanto/Bayer merger! PM Ask on Monsanto is 113.90. Buyout priced at 128. Holding patiently!

    Dow Chemical (DOW) and DuPont (DD) have received European Commission approval for their planned merger, with some divestment conditions. The deal still needs U.S. approval, but many analysts have considered Europe's approval the most difficult hurdle. (CNBC, 3/27/17)
    Bayer has agreed to sell significant parts of its crop science business to rival BASF (OTCQX:BASFY) for €5.9 billion ($6.98 billion), which it says will partially finance its planned acquisition of Monsanto (NYSE:MON). Bayer (OTCPK:BAYRY) says the assets to be sold include its global glufosinate-ammonium business and related LibertyLink technology for herbicide tolerance, nearly all its field-crop seeds businesses, as well as respective R&D capabilities. The businesses included in the agreement generated about €1.3 billion in net sales in 2016. The deal is contingent upon the completion of Bayer's acquisition of Monsanto, but the takeover still faces scrutiny from European regulators.

    MON hanging around 120 for quite a while now. Deal expected to close in early 2018. It had better work. I'm counting on a significant profit here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    Thinking about buying here. At the low end of this quarter's guidance, $.08, annualized, if you pay in the low 5s for the stock you're still looking at a PE of only 16 or so. Plus everyone I know who shops there thinks their stuff is great.
    That report yesterday was a shocker, but this stock will still be a winner. I'm also thinking of buying in here. Going to watch the one-minute chart closely today for the lowest price I can get.

    https://www.zacks.com/stock/news/278...ed-q3-guidance

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    Louetta, I thought the P/E was closer to 6 with an industry average near 19. I'll bet it will come back to a more realistic price after the downgrade mania settles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    Louetta, I thought the P/E was closer to 6 with an industry average near 19. I'll bet it will come back to a more realistic price after the downgrade mania settles.

    ---------------billy
    I paid $4.94 a minute ago. Hard to pin down the PE with earnings kind of in flux. Company's low end GAAP guidance for this quarter is .07. Still looks like a good buy given all I hear about a loyal customer base and a sales presence outside the mall (catalog and net).

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