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No “last word”
S&P Stability Ratings*   1985  2006 Low Risk  41%  13%  Average Risk  24%  14% High Risk   35%  73% *Likelihood of  stable...
No  “Last word”  models.  Period.
U.S. Steel Ford  GM IBM Macy’s Sears Microsoft? Dell? Wal*Mart?
“ Seeking Growth  in Urban Areas, Wal*Mart Gets Cold Shoulder”   —WSJ  (09.25.06)
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  1. 1. No “last word”
  2. 2. S&P Stability Ratings* 1985 2006 Low Risk 41% 13% Average Risk 24% 14% High Risk 35% 73% *Likelihood of stable longterm earnings growth Source: Fortune (2 October 2006)
  3. 3. No “Last word” models. Period.
  4. 4. U.S. Steel Ford GM IBM Macy’s Sears Microsoft? Dell? Wal*Mart?
  5. 5. “ Seeking Growth in Urban Areas, Wal*Mart Gets Cold Shoulder” —WSJ (09.25.06)
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