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I working out a new model to help me pick winners. It will be a Post/earnings ratio wherein i correlate the number and frequency of posts to a share growth curve. The number of AOL posts that probably should be on another board are throwing my model out of whack.
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KC,

I'm glad you didn't include the FAQ posts and off topic posts! Like some share prices, you might have a little helium in your P/E (Post/Earnings) ratios.

A few weeks ago, @Home was the mammoth in the brave new world of Cable ISPs/Content providers. Now it has moved itself into a face off with AOL....Broadband moving toward Content VERSUS Content(?) moving toward Broadband....setting up a "Clash of the Titans" for the next few years. Because the market itself is expanding so quickly, it's not going to be a win/lose situation. Both will win, one will just win bigger. While I am long ATHM and not AOL, I think they are both very solid for the next 3-5 years. Sorry if my post was ½ about AOL, it's going to be talked about here, like it or not.....

nole1
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I am long in both ATHM and AOL. Both doing well and welcoming split at AOL.

I am continuing work on my model. I am also long on EchoStar (DISH), a satellite company. This stock has been a double since July and doing well without much notice. Good per share dividends as well.
The board only has 37 posts. Check it out and see my Post #37, good reasons to buy DISH. Spread the word so that this board gets a lot of posts to test my model; better yet, buy a couple of hundred shares.

There, I got another board mentioned on a popular one!
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