Ed Doan

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Turnaround Specialist, Innovative Manufactring SolutionsMar 92 --
Vice President Manufacturing Technoloy, SequelNov 89 -- Feb 92
Director of Engineering, UnisysOct 84 -- Nov 89

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University of Texas at Austin, BS63 -- 70

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  • commented 3/1/12
  • tags: GE
  • GE forecast

    Once again, I have to disagree. We all look at the same data and reach different conclusions. I see GE at over 24 by the end of the year. I can't thnk of another more stable and diversivied company that is so undervalued. The economy is recovering, and GE will benefit from it. I consider it a buy and hold. Those that do will be rewarded. I also think it will crush earnings estimate for the balance of the year. I also believe that it will be at, or near it's highs before the crash within three years. I'll take that bet and enjoy it. [ less... ]
    GE forecast Once again, I have to disagree. We all look at the same data and reach different conclusions. I see GE at over 24 by the end of the year. I can't thnk of another more stable and diversivied company that is so undervalued. The economy is recovering, and GE will benefit from it. I consider it a buy and hold. Those that do will be rewarded. I also think it will crush earnings estimate for the balance of the year. I also believe that it will be at, or near it's highs before the crash within three years. I'll take that bet and enjoy it.
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  • commented 3/1/12
  • tags: KMP
  • I bought this in the market slump of 08/09, and it has consistently produced good dividends and has doubled in price . It is, and will probably remain, the best of the pipeline companies. I woulld be astounded if it dropped to under eighty, but I would have to assume it was a major market correction, and buy it near the bottom. I assume you will change your forecast. I find it quite strange that you bash the stock and proceed to list the positives. How long does it take you to react? Tell me agian why I would want to pay any attention to you? [ less... ]
    I bought this in the market slump of 08/09, and it has consistently produced good dividends and has doubled in price . It is, and will probably remain, the best of the pipeline companies. I woulld be astounded if it dropped to under eighty, but I would have to assume it was a major market correction, and buy it near the bottom. I assume you will change your forecast. I find it quite strange that you bash the stock and proceed to list the positives. How long does it take you to react? Tell me agian why I would want to pay any attention to you?