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Why doesn't Schering-Plough (SGP) get any respect?-- Judy
: Schering, which I own for my charitable trust,
Action Alerts PLUS, gets no respect because of its past as a troubled company. However, the clowns have been cleared out and I believe CEO Fred Hassan has the company back on track, evidenced by the company's improved performance.
: I believe Cisco can be bought here and can go to $25 within six months. Cisco is seeing very strong demand for its networking equipment products and services, and I believe the company is outperforming competitor
when it comes to winning new business.
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