Hewlett-Packard is now a big, cyclical play on technology as a whole.
The HLF and GMCR fundamentals matter, and they just aren't that bad.
That's because world demand for it is pretty much insatiable.
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Only a few have figured out this new frugal consumer.
In any other industry, Microsoft's Steve Ballmer would be lauded as a tremendous innovator.
Home Depot, Dick's and Best Buy should all be bought on any pullbacks.
I think this decline constitutes nothing more than profit-taking.
I think the main chance lies with this group -- and with its leader, Boeing.
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