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Subject: Re: Dead? Date: 12/7/2007 12:04 AM
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i did not mean to be snarky...i apologise if that was the impact. it was not intended. i really only meant to say that making a small contribution of info, asking a question about the stock fundamentals or valuation was more likely to get a positive response than demanding entertainment...

perhaps you saw this news item yesterday:
http://biz.yahoo.com/ap/071205/japan_markets.html?.v=2
i have read on previous posts that a strong US market and a strong US dollar is actually good for HMC, since it makes much of its product (and profit) here, in dollars...while that may be true, its strong move into India, China and other rapidly growing economies is bound to change this as more and more of its income is not bound to the US....

what i like about HMC is that it is a true international stock, with good engineering to move it forward...

what do you think? why did you select HMC for your investment?
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