Welcome to the top twenty something index issues of the PSEi that have big market capitalization, plus some banks and financial big caps as well
Sorry for being pedantic but shouldn't this forum be named "Blue Chips Section" or "Popular Stocks Section"?
E.g. In this forum we've got PSE with a market cap of only 10+B and MWC with a market cap of 18+B; while JGS is in the normal forum and it has a market cap of 88+B (13th biggest listed firm in terms of market cap).
So I think this forum should be renamed or have the threads reshuffled.
Undoubtedly, the big caps section has very little investors, all are in the second and third liners contemplating on their next move. I was hoping that i would pick up some helpful postings here in the bluechips section, but i guess i was wrong.
I hope the FM moderators would somehow stumbles in this section and give out helpful informations.
Do you think JP Morgan goes in this section and post once in awhile? I think not
Ayala's, Sy's, Cojuanco's, Gokongwei's, Caktiong's, Lopez's, does anyone know is these big guns come here? I also don't think so
More power to Tsupiteros....
I was just wondering guys, if anybody is waiting to jump on VMWARE (VMW) ship once it gets introduced. great bottom line company. EMC subsidiary and lately Intel also, jumped on board investing around $280million.
Ipo to be introduced most likely sometimes in AUGUST.
I have already bought EMC and based on attention VMW is getting out there EMC stands to benefit at least $1.50 gains from current pps.
Last edited by ron on Mon Jul 16, 2007 5:42 am, edited 1 time in total.
ive been watching vmware for a couple of months now
big problem is how will they really grow their company theres really just so many ways an emulator can be used. unless of course your privy to any of their new projects.
not a good ipo for me. and im the same guy that told all my cousins in the states to invest in the google ipo as ive studied their company for a long time.
what i would want to invest on is adobe just becouse of their flash.. nothing else.
my insight comes from being part of the information technology industry this is my circle of competence. and it has been for the past 15 years
tx for your response, however, I tend to respectully disagree with your VMW assessment. We all know that when it comes to company fundamentals - is all about bottom lines and sustainability in terms of continued revenues and current ratios. without entering too much into co. ledger specifics i think imho.. - this company is sitting on solid grounds.
2003 revs $100 Million
2004 revs $218
2005 revs $387
2006 revs $709
2007 revs $704
2008 revs $1.2 Billion
20,000+ companies are running VMware technology, including 99 of the Fortune 100 companies. the growth is staggering and growth is what made google - GOOGLE. not suggesting this is another google in the making, but this company most dfntly has the potential....... one thing is for sure imho - this ipo is worth every minute of a trader's dd time.
check out ZIOP.
stock closed today around $4.90+ level. It is clearly under accumulation and if you are into scalping.....consider this one, will yield most prolly btwn $0.30-$0.40c in gains..... Long term there is a $20 target by Griffin Securities by eoy. bio industry company with some very promising drugs, waiting FDA approval.
I think VMware is quite popular these days especially with the trend toward server consolidation.
My understanding is that it allows you to purchase one big server (with multiple dual-core or quad-core CPU and lots of relatively cheap memory) and have multiple mini-servers inside (virtualized server) with its own allocation of CPU and memory. This allows server consolidation which significantly reduce cost. The virtualized servers can run different OS. This also facilitates backup and recovery.
I work with two enterprise applications and know that both have customers requesting for VMware support.
I have used VMWare once. I find it nice especially whenever I perform multi-platform testing of my programs. However, my pc back then is not that advance: memory expensive. I just opted to borrow an extra pc: one running linux and the other MS and connect them in a network.
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