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Please don't misunderstand me, I think the Gardners practically walk on water, but I was reading the RB port posts from January on, and Wildcat and a college student named Jared (can't remember his user name) repeatedly mentioned QCOM and were ignored by the whole board. Is there something glaringly obvious about QCOM that the head Fools don't like which I cannot yet see because of inexperience?

It's tough for me to evaluate companies that are infants in the tech revolution--I think everything looks great when I read the articles on QCOM, but I have a hard time judging things like management (although their joint venture with MSFT looks like smart backing to me).

Anyone have any ideas why the Breaker port would thumb its nose at a great looking opportunity like this? I think I might buy next week (lots of reading to do this weekend before I decide).

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