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    Simplicity Pattern is another I never heard of.

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    I found this article on the Nifty 50. Below are listed the 50 stocks plus the S&P 500. ( In my post above, there are only 46 stocks, mea culpa.)

    http://economics-files.pomona.edu/Ga...0/Nifty50.html

    1972 by P/E
    Polaroid 90.7
    McDonald's 85.7
    MGIC Investment 83.3
    Walt Disney 81.6
    Baxter Travenol 78.5
    Intl Flavors & Fragrances 75.8
    Avon Products 65.4
    Emery Air Freight 62.1
    Johnson & Johnson 61.9
    Digital Equipment 60.0
    Kresge (now Kmart) 54.3
    Simplicity Pattern 53.1
    AMP 51.8
    Black & Decker 50.5
    Schering 50.4
    American Hospital Supply 50.0
    Schlumberger 49.5
    Burroughs 48.8
    Xerox 48.8
    Eastman Kodak 48.2
    Coca-Cola 47.6
    Texas Instruments 46.3
    Eli Lilly 46.0
    Merck 45.9
    Upjohn 41.1
    Chesebrough Ponds 41.0
    Minnesota Mining (3M) 40.8
    American Express 39.0
    American Home Products 38.9
    Schlitz Brewing 38.7
    Halliburton 38.3
    IBM 37.4
    Lubrizol 36.9
    J.C. Penny 34.1
    Squibb 33.9
    Procter & Gamble 32.0
    Anheuser-Busch 31.9
    Sears Roebuck 30.8
    Heublein 30.1
    PepsiCo 29.3
    Pfizer 29.0
    Bristol-Myers 27.6
    General Electric 26.1
    Revlon 26.1
    Phillip Morris 25.9
    Gillette 25.9
    Louisiana Land & Exploration 25.6
    Dow Chemical 25.5
    First National City 22.4
    ITT 16.3
    S&P 500 19.2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    Simplicity Pattern is another I never heard of.
    Good God. Those patterns were all we ever used! Ever have to make your own clothes? It's an art. With a Singer sewing machine, of course. Thank you, Mom!

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    Quote Originally Posted by riverbabe View Post
    Good God. Those patterns were all we ever used! Ever have to make your own clothes? It's an art. With a Singer sewing machine, of course. Thank you, Mom!
    I do recall a song sung by Irish singer Mary Black called Katie in which she mentions "the old pedalled Singer" and I knew what that was when I heard that. And have seen at least one of the old machines with that wide foot pedal which made the sewing mechanism go up and down. The man who does my hair married a woman from the old country who is a seamstress with her own shop in Hamilton, MA. She gets all the work she can handle, does much better than he does.

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    Sometimes you want to present an excel spreadsheet when posting on the MrMarket site. I found a couple of "apps" that will do the work for you. Here is one that works well:

    https://theenemy.dk/table/

    In part 3) click on "BBC Code"
    In 4), click on "Create BBC table"
    You will then see the raw BBC Code - if you scroll down you will see a preview. I highlighted the raw code, copied it, then pasted it into the reply at MrMarket.

    I used the "app" to align the columns in my post above.

    You could use this app for reporting the POTY results - rather than having to create an image on Imgur.
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    Gonna lighten some. 30-yr at an all time low yield, talk of moving the Olympics to London from China, plus we've come a long way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    Gonna lighten some. 30-yr at an all time low yield, talk of moving the Olympics to London from China, plus we've come a long way.
    I think you mean moving Olympics from Japan to London. They were talking about moving marathon and other running events from Tokyo to Sapporo due to excessive heat. Also talk of moving China Grand Prix, but then it wouldn't be the China Grand Prix.

    ----------------billy

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    I think you mean moving Olympics from Japan to London. They were talking about moving marathon and other running events from Tokyo to Sapporo due to excessive heat. Also talk of moving China Grand Prix, but then it wouldn't be the China Grand Prix.

    ----------------billy
    Sheesh. Probably not a good time to admit I follow about 30 people on various social media who are training for the games and already have my DVR set for the Olympic trials marathon a week from tomorrow (Saturday, noon on NBC).

    Gotta add to this. Almost posted something on twitter. At least here I'm making a fool of myself in front of a limited amount of people.

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    Bought some more SAN. Price is approaching levels not seen since the original Brexit vote. Dividend is in the high 6es and is well covered by earnings. Or so it seems. Brexit worries some, though I never really understood why. Headquartered in Madrid the bank operates in a lot of places including New England, New York, Conn. and New jersey. Banks are getting clobbered of course and Germany, the strongest European economy, reported no GDP growth last night for the most recent quarter. When I bought at Brexit the stock went from under 4 to over 7 in a year and 1/2 and paid about the same dividends all the while.

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    Cramer's "stay at home" top ten stocks if one can't/don't want to go out: ZM TDOC RNG MRNA ETSY SQ SHOP NVDA ADBE TTD

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