Sep 1, 2009

Archived Postings for September 2009

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The following are archived postings for the Month of September 2009.
I have decided to continue to archive these postings monthly.
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bill b said...

just found your link on msn search.

i am thinking of starting up a new google blog.

i like your blogs follow me blog advice and tips, i will be using this, thanks

Adsense Support said...

I can't believe your 40 years old and still blogging.


Anonymous said...

just found this blog on yahoo

well slam my pud and I'll be visiting again

men are stupid animals said...

I wish guys would wake up.....
just because I am a hot blonde (so I've been told) does not make me your personal Barbie Doll.

pls continue said...

I hate craigslist - I wish more blogs and sites like yours would pop up so we could get rid of those San Fran idiots

JM said...

Interesting site you have here.
I don't understand why more people don't use it.

Ken said...

Has anyone seen my Barbie Doll ?

blah blah blah said...

I hate CraigsList

Middle Ditch said...

I was flagged twice!

Ya Ya said...

Hey hey Hey
Hate the flagging at craigslist -
I left them a year ago.
I use many sites, none are craigslist
sometimes I post here....

The Blog Guy said...

AdSense - thanks but the age is wrong, but I do appreciate the post.
I am still adding your Google AdSense to all my Blogs and Web Pages.

The Blog Guy

~USMC, Disabled American Vet~ said...

Hey in full agreement -
craigslist sucks
love this, no flagging

Disabled Vet said...

I hate the VA (thats Veteran Administration) to you non service toads.
They have been jerking me around for five years on my disability pension.
Between Bush and Obama these morons have managed to bankrupt the VA, and you idiots want the government to run a national healthcare system.
My average wait time to see a doctor at the VA is 6-weeks.
I have had the same basic problem for 5-years with increased other problems.
They have refused to fix me.
You think the Republicans are any better - John McCain and Jon Kyl U.S. Senators fro Arizona said they couldn't help me.
So what am I to do?

If people signing up for the military new what was coming they would have to reinstitute the draft because no one would join! Then all you whining bitches would find out what voting for Obama is really about.

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The Reposter Guy said...

Ten Big Companies That Are Veering Toward Bankruptcy Part 1

1. Hertz
When you have tons of debt financing your fleet of cars, falling rental demand really hurts.
While the company raised new capital in May for some breathing room, Fitch and Moody’s actually cut their ratings for the company in July.
Ignoring the downgrade, shares kept rallying and are now at over five times the March $2 low. Best of luck.
Market Cap (MC)/Enterprise Value (EV) = 32%

2. Textron
What a tough time to be selling business jets.
Textron wrote down $2.3 in its backlog this year after it cancelled a new jet design, and demand for its other aircraft-related offerings has plummeted.
Shareholders may be heartened by the company’s ability to push back some debt maturities lately, but deteriorating credit quality at the company’s leasing arm makes the outlook uncertain at best.

3. Sprint Nextel
Sprint Nextel is bleeding customers, and could lose as many as 4.4 million net post-paid subscribers this year.
This is a huge problem when you have large amounts of maturing debt over the next few years.
A recent Deutsche Telekom acquisition rumor offered some hope, but that appears to have faded. Facing a difficult road ahead on its own, the company better keep its lawyers on speed-dial.

4. Macy's
Does anyone even shop at department stores anymore?
Same store sales will likely keep falling at Macy’s right through 2009. With $2.4 billion of maturing debt over the next five years, the company is trying to cut costs, and has already reduced its dividend.
Hopefully the US consumer will bounce back soon, and actually want to shop at Macy's.

5. Mylan
In a classic case of management empire building, Mylan overpaid big time when it bought Merck’s generic business back in 2007 and is now stuck with $5 billion of long-term debt as a result.
From 2007 – 2008, the company lost over $1.3 billion very much due to goodwill write-downs.
While the company could earn $300 million this year, they’ll have to earn far more than that in the future to make their debt manageable.

The Reposter Guy said...

Ten Big Companies That Are Veering Toward Bankruptcy Part 2

6. Goodyear
Demand for Goodyear tires has sunk, and the company is saddled with massive debt and pension obligations.
It doesn’t help that The United Steelworkers union prevents the company from proper cost control by forcing factories to stay open.
Shareholders have to wonder how much value will be left of the company after bondholders and the union members have their way.

7. CBS
Weak advertising and falling license fees have sent CBS's earnings off a cliff in 2009.
If they remain depressed for too long, the company could have trouble refinancing $3.2 billion of debt coming due over the next five years.
It will really come down to whether or not CBS’s earnings collapse is merely cyclical, or the result of structural trend whereby traditional TV is dying.
As a business blog, we can't help but feel partly guilty here.

8. Advanced Micro Devices
When will AMD actually make money again? The question is becoming more important by the day since it carries over $5 billion in long-term debt.
After losing almost $3 billion from 2007 – 2008, analysts expect the company to lose more money in 2009 and 2010.
While the shares rallied from their February $2 low, they still appear stuck in a long-term down trend from $40 highs way back in 2006.

9. Las Vegas Sands
Las Vegas Sands over-expanded and over-levered in the last few years and now has over $10 billion in debt to deal with.
Despite jumping 13 times from their March low, Las Vegas Sands shares still face an uphill battle.
Conditions in Las Vegas are horrible, Asian expansion isn’t enough, and if this lasts too long then LVS will end up in bankruptcy court looking like it bit off more than it can chew.

10. Interpublic Group
As one of the largest advertising and marketing companies in the world, IPG was slammed by the global recession.
As the company’s CEO said during recent second quarter results, the downturn “is proving steeper and more lasting than expected”.
Revenues have fallen double digits and the company’s exposure to General Motors as its largest client hasn’t helped.

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