Boeing only made $3 billion last year. That is almost a loss. Boeing's P/E
ration is about 30:1. That is higher than average, indicating that the
market thinks that the company will continue to earn money.
The answer is that Bob Brown doesn't have enough brains to do a simple fact
It is better to remain silent and let us think you are not bright than to
type and remove all doubt.
I don't see how my investments have anything to do with your inability to
determine whether or not a company you are bad-mouthing is making a profit.
It takes about 30 seconds, with a slow internet connection.
But that is a good diversionary tactic.
Boeing is doing well. However, that doesn't mean that its stock is a
bargain. The real value of its stock is based on its performance and future
growth potential. I think the company Google is doing really well. But
Google is trading at a P/E ratio of about 45:1. That means, its stock price
is 45 times the amount of money it will earn this year. To me, that seems a
little high, so I wouldn't buy the stock. Likewise, I don't know if Boeing's
growth potential justifies is P/E ratio of 30:1.
My willingness to buy a stock is not based on whether or not I think a
company is doing well, but how much I think the stock's value will rise over
the long term.
Even though I think a company is doing well, it's stock may not be a
The two planes reserved for the President's use are Boeing 747-200Bs. These
planes are designated Air Force 1 only when Mr. Bush is on them. (If Mr.
Bush is flying on any other Air Force plane, then that plane is designated
Air Force 1.)
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