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Retrace- Likely safe dip. Last 1-2
years where it leveled out from
the last market recovery.
Lowest- Best buy point. Lowest
possible from the past.
Average- Likely buy range.
(highest '11.38' + low '1.63') /2.
Hold- Hold out for at least this
stock value. Prior high.
Sell- Current highest '11.38'.
(%+% '70.52%' / 2) + highest.
Sources-
Stock History 
SSA 
Ford
Retrace
10.18
Avg
6.50
Hold
11.38
Lowest
1.63
Sell
19.40
Pro
Electric could revitalize Ford. New battery tech. Solid state.
Most dependent: Oil
Gasoline Car Total: 1 billion
Con
Costly transition. Lithium batteries will be costly. Alt needed later.
Highest Competitor: Tesla
Lithium Total: 13.5 mil tons
Summary RISK
It will be difficult for them to transition into electric cars.  Telsa spent almost $10 b to make 29,800 cars! Ford will need around $3.3 trillion to make 10 million cars! Not even 1%. At the minimum I'm expecting a $100 billion expenditure.
Year Fed Rates Inflation Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock Difference I, F
2000 High 6.5% 3.4% $11,769,000,000 $5,087,000,000 $95,343,000,000 16.72 -29.41%
2002 Low 1.25% 2.4% $13,604,000,000 $32,445,000,000 $42,822,000,000 5.51 -81%
2006 High 5.25% 2.5% $151,104,000,000 $172,488,000,000 $55,624,000,000 6.27 -96%
2008 Low 0.25% 0.1% $169,205,000,000 $143,584,000,000 $39,460,000,000 1.63 -95%
2018 High 2.5% 2.82% $101,959,000,000 $159,871,000,000 $40,071,000,000 11.38 -29 to -95 I
2019/20 Low ??? 40% Total $158b to $122b $318b to $132b $23b to $12b 3.98 to 5.7 0.47 to 0.13 F
Fed Rates Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock
-80.76%
-95.23%
Range
-81 to -95
15.59%
11.97%
Range
12 to 16
537.80%
-16.75%
Range
538 to -17
-55.08%
-29.05%
Range
-55 to -29
-67.04%
-74%
Range
-67 to -74
Year DOW Chem Rev Stock Tesla Debt Tesla Rev T Stock Material Oil Barrels Oil Rev WTI Stock
2000 High $23,008,000,000 11,112.70 N/A N/A N/A 48.97 $385,000,000,000 N/A
2002 Low $27,609,000,000 7,986.02 N/A N/A N/A 27.72 $300,000,000,000 N/A
2006 High $49,124,000,000 12,445.52 N/A N/A N/A 92.18 $760,000,000,000 46.49
2008/12 T Low $51,578,000,000 8,829.04 $420,000,000 $146,000,000 26.60 161.28 $1,100,000,000,000 56
2018 High $85,944,000,000 26,828.39 $9,673,000,000 $17,523,000,000 379.57 74.15 $1,459,000,000,000 3.77
2019/20 Low 19.99 to 4.99% 13k to 18k 2,203% 11,902% 203.08 -43.39 to 74.96 Fracking, Gov Bailouts -93.26
Autodesk
Retrace
58.72
Avg
86.35
Lowest
5.78
Hold
156.11
Sell
239.62
Pro
Effectively a monopoly. No 3d software is as expansive, adaptive as Maya, Cad, Max. It'll be years before competition finally catches up. Very small overhead.
Most dependent: Film
Total Rev: $10,668,167,315
Con
Core staff was laid off years ago. Competitors are going open source. They cut their license fees by half in 2018. Hollywood keeps them alive with Maya renewals.
Top Competitor: Houdini
Total: MMV Financial Inc
Summary Dying
Growth flat as you can get. I applaud their steady course. However their debt climbed in 2010. Even with $2 bil revenue for a solid decade. They are stalled.
Year Fed Rates Inflation Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock Difference I, F
2000 High 6.5% 3.4% $5,000,000 $820,000,000 $907,000,000 10.80 -29.41%
2002 Low 1.25% 2.4% $2,000,000 $947,000,000 $902,000,000 5.78 -81%
2006 High 5.25% 2.5% $0 $1,767,000,000 $597,000,000 42.04 -96%
2008 Low 0.25% 0.1% $0 $2,172,000,000 $933,000,000 16.59 -95%
2018 High 2.5% 2.82% $1,586,000,000 $2,387,000,000 $1,323,000,000 156.11 -29 to -95 I
2019/20 Low ??? 40% Total $1.6b to $0 $2.62b to $2.93b $1.3b to $2b 68.65 to 94.15 0.47 to 0.13 F
Fed Rates Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock
-80.76%
-95.23%
Range
-81 to -95
-60%
0%
Range
-60 to 0
15.48%
22.92%
Range
15 to 23
-0.55%
56.28%
Range
-1 to 56
-46.48%
-60.53%
Range
-46 to -61
Year DOW Chem Rev Stock Houdini Debt Houdini Rev H Stock Avg Movie Film Gross Tickets Sold
2000 High $23,008,000,000 11,112.70 VC Backed $1,500,000 Invested N/A $20,691,841 $7,738,748,349 1,397b
2002 Low $27,609,000,000 7,986.02 Non Profit N/A N/A $19,179,983 $9,206,391,985 1,575b
2006 High $49,124,000,000 12,445.52 Non Profit N/A N/A $15,155,445 $9,214,510,584 1,398b
2008 Low $51,578,000,000 8,829.04 Non Profit N/A N/A $15,976,951 $9,698,009,486 1,358b
2018 High $85,944,000,000 26,828.39 Non Profit N/A N/A $13,215,316 $10,730,836,311 1,319b
2019/20 Low 19.99 to 4.99% 13k to 18k ???? ??? ??? $12m to 14m $9b to $10b 1.2b to 1.4b
IBM
Retrace
148
Avg
116.18
Lowest
42.07
Hold
169.12
Sell
227.16
Pro
A PC hardware company that has since gone into retail hardware and government contracts. They are the backbone of CPU/AI advancements in the USA.
Most dependent: Military
Total Funded:   $866,190,707+ 
Con
Their stock, revenue growth is almost static. Often leaving investors waiting years to a decade for their next leap.
Top Competitor: Samsung
Net Worth: $216,000,000,000
Summary Long Term
They made recent advancements with graphene. The so called replacement to silicon. If they succeed, or AI. They once again take off in stock value.
Year Fed Rates Inflation Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock Difference I, F
2000 High 6.5% 3.4% $28,576,000,000 $88,400,000,000 $8,093,000,000 94.18 -29.41%
2002 Low 1.25% 2.4% $26,017,000,000 $81,186,000,000 $3,579,000,000 42.07 -81%
2006 High 5.25% 2.5% $13,436,000,000 $91,424,000,000 $12,302,000,000 72.95 -96%
2008 Low 0.25% 0.1% $22,689,000,000 $101,259,000,000 $9,756,000,000 63.24 -95%
2018 High 2.5% 2.82% $35,989,000,000 $80,770,000,000 $14,663,000,000 169.12 -29 to -95 I
2019/20 Low ??? 40% Total $32b to $59b $74b to $88b $6b to $11b 94.53 to 126.15 0.47 to 0.13 F
Fed Rates Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock
-80.76%
-95.23%
Range
-81 to -95
-8.95%
68.86%
Range
-9 to 69
-8.16%
10.75%
Range
-8 to 11
-55.77%
-20.69%
Range
-56 to -21
-55.33%
-13.31%
Range
-55 to -13
Year DOW Chem Rev Stock Samsung Debt Samsung Rev S Stock Military Spending Retail Holiday NASDAQ Stock
2000 High $23,008,000,000 11,112.70 $391,662,000 $21,993,377,770 3.5 $301,700,000,000 3.4% 3,931.25
2002 Low $27,609,000,000 7,986.02 $4,000,000,000 $8,900,000,000 3 $356,720,000,000 2.12% 860.35
2006 High $49,124,000,000 12,445.52 $2,771,866,000 $25,773,364,000 13.71 $527,660,000,000 3.2% 1,800.67
2008 Low $51,578,000,000 8,829.04 $2,147,904,000 $9,486,576,000 12.52 $621,130,000,000 -4.6% 1,185.75
2018 High $85,944,000,000 26,828.39 $19,411,682,400 $58,584,081,600 44.20 $674,400,000,000 4.1% 7,660.18
2019/20 Low 19.99 to 4.99% 13k to 18k 923% to -22.51% -59.53% to -63.19% 37.89 to 35.53 18.27% to 17.83% -37 to -243% 1,676.82 to 5,045
Walmart
Retrace
75.79
Avg
71.435
Lowest
35.48
Hold
104.69
Sell
111.49
Pro
In the past economic recessions. they came out with profit gains.
Most dependent: China
GDP 17': $12,240,000,000,000
Con
I have never seen a company play the poverty game so much. All while hording hundreds of billions of dollars. If they ever get reigned in, they will crash hard. Utterly corrupt, horribly run.
Top Competitor: Costco
Networth: $80,000,000,000
Summary Good
As few retail stores are left standing in 2019. Walmart may survive and continue to succeed by simply being the last of the go to places for consumers.
Year Fed Rates Inflation Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock Difference I, F
1999 High 6.5% 3.4% $529,000,000 $165,000,000,000 $21,132,000,000 41.14 -29.41%
2002 Low 1.25% 2.4% $1,052,000,000 $217,800,000,000 $28,246,000,000 35.48 -81%
2006 High 5.25% 2.5% $27,776,000,000 $337,900,000,000 $6,386,000,000 37.91 -96%
2008 Low 0.25% 0.1% $37,712,000,000 $377,023,000,000 $5,492,000,000 38.18 -95%
2018 High 2.5% 2.82% $36,305,000,000 $511,879,000,000 $15,840,000,000 104.69 -29 to -95 I
2019/20 Low ??? 40% Total $71b to $48b $672b to $570b $20b to $13b 78.09 to 80.28 0.47 to 0.13 F
Fed Rates Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock
-80.76%
-95.23%
Range
-81 to -95
98.86%
35.77%
Range
99 to 36
31.51%
11.57%
Range
32 to 12
33.66%
-13.99%
Range
34 to -14
-13.75%
0.71%
Range
-14 to 1
Year DOW Chem Rev Stock Costco Debt Costco Rev C Stock China GDP Retail Holiday US Max Taxes
2000 High $23,008,000,000 11,112.70 $10,000,000 $32,164,000,000 54.58 1.211t 3.4% 39.6%
2002 Low $27,609,000,000 7,986.02 $101,000,000 $38,762,000,000 31.28 1.471t 2.12% 38.6%
2006 High $49,124,000,000 12,445.52 $175,000,000 $61,370,000,000 57.13 2.752t 3.2% 35%
2008 Low $51,578,000,000 8,829.04 $2,182,000,000 $67,906,000,000 46.71 4.598t -4.6% 35%
2018 High $85,944,000,000 26,828.39 $6,408,000,000 $144,836,000,000 244.21 12.237t 4.1% 37%
2019/20 Low 19.99 to 4.99% 13k to 18k 910% to 1146% 20.51% to 10.65% 139.99 to 199.70 21.46% to 67.07% -37 to -243% 35% to 40%
AMD
Retrace
9.18
Avg
17.44
Lowest
2.16
Hold
32.72
Sell
63.34
Pro
Competitor stopped making advancements over a decade ago. This helped them release CPUs at dirt cheap prices, on par.
Most dependent: CPU/GPU
Total: 1
Con
They almost went bankrupt when they lost key talent back in 2006. Some of it was sabotage from Intel. History could repeat.
Top Competitor: Intel
Total: 1
Summary Good
The current CEO didn't get involved in the crypto mining craze. Kept focusing on advancements. Now has both the CPU and GPU markets in their grasp.
Year Fed Rates Inflation Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock Difference I, F
2000 High 6.5% 3.4% $1,167,000 $4,644,000,000 $5,767,000,000 46 -29.41%
2002 Low 1.25% 2.4% $1,779,000,000 $2,697,000,000 $5,619,000,000 3.51 -81%
2006 High 5.25% 2.5% $610,000,000 $5,954,000,000 $2,633,000,000 41.80 -96%
2008 Low 0.25% 0.1% $5,025,000,000 $6,404,000,000 $1,096,000,000 2.16 -95%
2018 High 2.5% 2.82% $1,165,000,000 $4,272,000,000 $1,056,000,000 32.72 -29 to -95 I
2019/20 Low ??? 40% Total $1.7t to $95b $2.4b to $4.3b $1b to $4.3b 8.78 to 12.23 0.47 to 0.13 F
Fed Rates Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock
-80.76%
-95.23%
Range
-81 to -95
-152,342.15%
-8,137.70%
Range
-8k to -152k
-41.92%
7.55%
Range
8 to -42
-2.56%
316.25%
Range
-3 to 316
-92.36%
-94.83%
Range
-92 to -95
Year DOW Chem Rev Stock Intel Debt Intel Rev Stock Silicon PV Cells Graphene Per Gram CPU Chip Size
2000 High $23,008,000,000 11,112.70 $707,000,000 $33,726,000,000 72.94 $7 N/A 180nm
2002 Low $27,609,000,000 7,986.02 $929,000,000 $26,764,000,000 14.62 $7 N/A 130nm
2006 High $49,124,000,000 12,445.52 $1,848,000,000 $38,332,000,000 20.63 $4 N/A 65nm
2008 Low $51,578,000,000 8,829.04 $1,990,000,000 $37,586,000,000 13.29 $4 $400 45nm
2018 High $85,944,000,000 26,828.39 $24,632,000,000 $69,244,000,000 57.08 $0.30 $100 7nm to 10nm
2019/20 Low 19.99 to 4.99% 13k to 18k 31.40% to 7.68% -20.64% to -1.94% 11.45 to 36.78 $0.30 $25 Estimated 5nm

Companies   Page 2 Data   Page 2
Best Buy
Retrace
30.11
Avg
52.33
Hold
82.60
Lowest
15.37
Sell
122.02
Pro
The last retail tech store standing. To the point where they are the go to place for PC hardware & repairs, quality TVs, movies, games, phones and cameras.
Most dependent: TVs
Avg 55 inch TV: $700
Con
Cheated their way out of bankruptcy. Horribly run, employee turn over is 6-12 months. Products over priced.
Top Competitor: Apple Store
Net Worth: $1,000,000,000,000
Summary RISK
If a real competitor emerges they would go under like Circuit City. Like Gamestop they are run like shit, treat their staff like shit. That bleeds over to treatment of customers.
Year Fed Rates Inflation Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock Difference I, F
2000 High 6.5% 3.4% $30,000,000 $12,494,000,000 $453,000,000 23.09 -29.41%
2002 Low 1.25% 2.4% $820,000,000 $19,597,000,000 $881,000,000 15.37 -81%
2006 High 5.25% 2.5% $178,000,000 $33,728,000,000 $3,789,000,000 58.12 -96%
2008 Low 0.25% 0.1% $1,136,000,000 $40,023,000,000 $544,000,000 22.06 -95%
2018 High 2.5% 2.82% $792,000,000 $43,441,000,000 $3,133,000,000 82.60 -29 to -95 I
2019/20 Low ??? 40% Total $21b to $4b $67b to $51b $5.8b to $500m 35.70 to 55.21 0.47 to 0.13 F
Fed Rates Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock
-80.76%
-95.23%
Range
-81 to -95
2,633.33%
538.20%
Range
2.6k to 538
56.85%
18.66%
Range
57 to 19
94.48%
-85.64%
Range
94 to -86
-33.43%
-62.04%
Range
-33 to -62
Year DOW Chem Rev Stock Apple Debt Revenue Cash on Hand A Stock Retail Holiday TVs Sold
2000 High $23,008,000,000 11,112.70 N/A N/A N/A 4.69 3.4% 26m
2002 Low $27,609,000,000 7,986.02 N/A N/A N/A 1.03 2.12% 25m
2006 High $49,124,000,000 12,445.52 $0 $20,681,000,000 $11,869,000,000 10.90 3.2% 26m
2008 Low $51,578,000,000 8,829.04 $0 $29,319,000,000 $19,448,000,000 11.80 -4.6% 30m
2018 High $85,944,000,000 26,828.39 $93,735,000,000 $265,595,000,000 $87,940,000,000 232.07 4.1% 98.4m
2019/20 Low 19.99 to 4.99% 13k to 18k $0 to $1t (taxes) $376,507,000,000 $144,089,000,000 50.99 to 251.21 -37 to -243% 8k resolution to 400k
Tesla
Retrace
240
Avg
203.08
Hold
379.57
Lowest
26.60
Sell
485.05
Pro
The future is getting off gasoline fueled vehicles. Oil, like money is not infinite. Elon Musk, the founder took a risk and it paid off. So far by a metric ton.
Most dependent: Lithium
Lithium Total: 13.5 mil tons
Con
Elon has the entire company hinge on him. These types of companies are VERY risky for investors, especially long term.
Top Competitor: Toyota
Net Worth: $236,000,000
Summary RISK
Musk smokes pot and his stock plummets. But then recovers quickly, because it makes results. This is a roller coaster. If you think it'll steady out, you may be in for a shock.
Year Fed Rates Inflation Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock Difference I, F
2000 High 6.5% 3.4% N/A N/A N/A N/A -29.41%
2002 Low 1.25% 2.4% N/A N/A N/A 376.79 to 295.39 -81%
2006 High 5.25% 2.5% N/A N/A N/A 379.57 to 250.56 -96%
2012 Low 0.25% 0.1% $420,000,000 $146,000,000 $109,000,000 26.60 -95%
2018 High 2.5% 2.82% $9,673,000,000 $17,523,000,000 $3,866,000,000 379.57 -29 to -95 I
2019/20 Low ??? 40% Total $222b to N/A $2.1t to N/A $137b to N/A 217.27 to 276.14 0.47 to 0.13 F
Fed Rates Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock
-80.76%
-95.23%
Range
-81 to -95
N/A
2,203.09%
Range
N/A
N/A
11,902.05%
Range
N/A
N/A
3,446.78%
Range
N/A
Sell Data Adjusted
1,326.95%
Range
-21.60 to -33.98
Year DOW Chem Rev Stock Toyota Debt Revenue Cash on Hand T Stock Lithium Cost
2000 High $23,008,000,000 11,112.70 $628,353,000 (99') $4,636,049,000 (99') $395,144,000 (99') 106.38 $1,980
2002 Low $27,609,000,000 7,986.02 $0 $118,000,000,000 $1,688,120,000 47.50 $2,000
2006 High $49,124,000,000 12,445.52 $0 $200,565,000,000 $18,556,000,000 123.47 $5,000
2008 Low $51,578,000,000 8,829.04 $58,714,000,000 $168,856,000,000 $25,141,000,000 63.20 $6,100
2018 High $85,944,000,000 26,828.39 $99,580,000,000 $270,232,000,000 $52,830,000,000 140.72 $13,000
2019/20 Low 19.99 to 4.99% 13k to 18k 0% to 90.65% $533b to $227b $235b to $73b 62.85 to 72.04 $11,000
Intel
Retrace
28.07
Avg
35.18
Lowest
13.29
Hold
57.08
Sell
90.04
Pro
Very steady growth in the stock market. Unopposed for a decade. Lots of potential in hardware dev.
Most dependent: CPU
Total: 1
Con
Recent firing of one bad CEO and replaced with another bad CEO. Company has made one idiotic decision after the other. Solid state memory for example.
Highest Competitor: AMD
Total: 1
Summary Long Term
They still make the best processors. Even in only by a slim margin. Intel needs a course correction. Graphene CPUs from IBM could do the trick.
Year Fed Rates Inflation Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock Difference I, F
2000 High 6.5% 3.4% $707,000,000 $33,726,000,000 $2,976,000,000 72.94 -29.41%
2002 Low 1.25% 2.4% $929,000,000 $26,764,000,000 $7,404,000,000 14.62 -81%
2006 High 5.25% 2.5% $1,848,000,000 $38,332,000,000 $10,002,0000,000 20.63 -96%
2008 Low 0.25% 0.1% $1,990,000,000 $37,586,000,000 $11,843,000,000 13.29 -95%
2018 High 2.5% 2.82% $24,632,000,000 $69,244,000,000 $16,197,000,000 57.08 -29 to -95 I
2019/20 Low ??? 40% Total $32b to $26b $54b to $67b $40b to $19b 24.88 to 32.23 0.47 to 0.13 F
Fed Rates Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock
-80.76%
-95.23%
Range
-81 to -95
31.40%
7.68%
Range
31 to 8
-20.64%
-1.94%
Range
-21 to -2
148.79%
18.40%
Range
149 to 18
-79.95%
-35.57%
Range
-80 to -36
Year DOW Chem Rev Stock AMD Debt AMD Rev AMD Stock Silicon PV Cells Graphene Per Gram CPU Chip Size
2000 High $23,008,000,000 11,112.70 1,167,000 $4,644,000,000 46 $7 N/A 180nm
2002 Low $27,609,000,000 7,986.02 1,779,000,000 $2,697,000,000 3.51 $7 N/A 130nm
2006 High $49,124,000,000 12,445.52 $610,000,000 $5,954,000,000 41.80 $4 N/A 65nm
2008 Low $51,578,000,000 8,829.04 $5,025,000,000 $6,404,000,000 2.16 $4 $400 45nm
2018 High $85,944,000,000 26,828.39 $1,165,000,000 $4,272,000,000 32.72 $0.30 $100 7 to 10nm
2019/20 Low 19.99 to 4.99% 13k to 18k 52% to 723% -41.92% to 7.55% 2.5 to 1.7 $0.30 $25 Estimated 5nm
 
Facebook
Retrace
74.88
Avg
127.86
Lowest
38.23
Hold
217.50
Sell
277.96
Pro
One stop shop for Craig's List type commerce. It functions as a blog/forum. Has various social media features. Vast user base.
Most dependent: Data Mining
Total Spent: $400,000,000,000
Con
Mines your person data. Never deletes said data. Even if you die. Like a hoarder that can't stop. Being sued for 1st, 4th amendment violations. Their push into VR and other ventures flopped.
Top Competitor: Word Press
No Revenue: Open Source
Summary Risk
They don't have a traditional revenue source outside of getting people's data, ads. Recent court rulings have crippled them. Data mining is big business today. Tomorrow it's too costly for nations to allow data theft by hackers. -$400b lost per year.
Year Fed Rates Inflation Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock Difference I, F
2000 High 6.5% 3.4% N/A N/A N/A N/A -29.41%
2002 Low 1.25% 2.4% N/A N/A N/A 185.23 to 157.20 -81%
2006 High 5.25% 2.5% $0 $48,000,000 $550,000,000 209.94 to 124.95 -96%
2008 Low 0.25% 0.1% $56,000,000 $272,000,000 $1,000,000 38.23 (2012) -95%
2018 High 2.5% 2.82% $0 $51,896,000,000 $43,956,000,000 217.50 -29 to -95 I
2019/20 Low ??? 40% Total $3.1b to N/A $294b to N/A $84m to N/A 117.43 to 165.28 0.47 to 0.13 F
Fed Rates Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock
-80.76%
-95.23%
Range
-81 to -95
N/A
56% Mil
Range
N/A
N/A
466.66%
Range
N/A
N/A
-99.81%
Range
N/A
Sell Data Adjusted
468.92%
Range
-15.13 to -40.48
Year DOW Chem Rev Stock Violations Amendments Identity Theft
2000 High $23,008,000,000 11,112.70 "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances." 1st Ranges from $0
2002 Low $27,609,000,000 7,986.02 "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized." 4th $5b
2006 High $49,124,000,000 12,445.52 "The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people." 9th $5b
2008 Low $51,578,000,000 8,829.04 "A trade secret is a formula, practice, process, design, instrument, pattern, commercial method, or compilation of information not generally known or reasonably ascertainable by others by which a business can obtain an economic advantage over competitors or customers." Business Trade Secret $4.8b
2018 High $85,944,000,000 26,828.39 "The three major Federal antitrust laws are: The Sherman Antitrust Act. The Clayton Act. The Federal Trade Commission Act." Anti Trust $17b
2019/20 Low 19.99 to 4.99% 13k to 18k
"An association of manufacturers or suppliers with the purpose of maintaining prices at a high level and restricting competition. A coalition or cooperative arrangement between political parties intended to promote a mutual interest."
Cartel $400b Global Breaches
Microsoft
Retrace
26.55
Avg
67.91
Lowest
20.22
Hold
115.61
Sell
170.75
Pro
Deep pockets, vast resources to various software, hardware. Long line of steady revenue growth.
Most dependent: OS
Total Desktops: 2,000,000,000
Con
Consumers are the testers for Windows 10. Win10 is malware disguised as a OS. Every other product like Edge has failed.
Top Competitor: Linux, Android
Net Worth A: $2,000,000,000
Summary Good
For better or worse they are a monopoly. If they got their heads out of their asses and tore our the problems with Win10. Stop data mining their customers. Returned to proper services. It could do well. Current CEO is awful.
Year Fed Rates Inflation Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock Difference I, F
1999 High 6.5% 3.4% $0 $22,956,000,000 $23,789,000,000 58.75 -29.41%
2002 Low 1.25% 2.4% $0 $28,370,000,000 $40,000,000,000 22.63 -81%
2006 High 5.25% 2.5% $0 $46,057,000,000 $28,873,000,000 30.60 -96%
2008 Low 0.25% 0.1% $0 $57,954,000,000 $20,715,000,000 20.22 -95%
2018 High 2.5% 2.82% $75,385,000,000 $114,906,000,000 $135,880,000,000 115.61 -29 to -95 I
2019/20 Low ??? 40% Total $0 to $150b $142b to $144b $228b to $94b 61.06 to 66.21 0.47 to 0.13 F
Fed Rates Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock
-80.76%
-95.23%
Range
-81 to -95
0%
0%
Range
0 to 0
23.58%
25.83%
Range
24 to 26
68.14%
-28.25%
Range
68 to -28
-61.48%
-33.92%
Range
-61 to -34
Year DOW Chem Rev Stock Apple Debt Apple Rev Cash on Hand Apple Stock OS Sold Win OS Market
2000 High $23,008,000,000 11,112.70 N/A N/A N/A 4.69 Win 95 40m 90%
2002 Low $27,609,000,000 7,986.02 N/A N/A N/A 1.03 Win XP 400m 99.30%
2006 High $49,124,000,000 12,445.52 $0 $20,681,000,000 $11,869,000,000 10.90 Win Vista 88m 95.06%
2008 Low $51,578,000,000 8,829.04 $0 $29,319,000,000 $19,448,000,000 11.80 Win 7 450m 95%
2018 High $85,944,000,000 26,828.39 $93,735,000,000 $265,595,000,000 $87,940,000,000 232.07 Win 8 200m 94.09%
2019/20 Low 19.99 to 4.99% 13k to 18k $187b to $0 $376,507,000,000 $144,089,000,000 50.99 to 251.21 Win 10 100m  Monopoly
Sony
Retrace
21.36
Avg
39.79
Lowest
18.94
Hold
60.65
Sell
101.25
Pro
They have remained stable as everyone else went debt crazy in 2018. Multiple divisions, games, tv, film.
Most dependent: Ericsson
Con
Both film and TV divisions took a hit. Sony needs to get into new markets. Which they have attempted. But so far have failed.
Top Competitor: LG
Net Worth: $8,700,000,000
Summary Good
Too much expectation for the PS4, and PS5 to do well. Meanwhile their other markets are failing. If there's a turn around, you can expect stability. A welcomed choice in that scenario.
Year Fed Rates Inflation Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock Difference I, F
2000 High 6.5% 3.4% $7,678,000,000 $63,082,000,000 $20,593,000,000 150 -29.41%
2002 Low 1.25% 2.4% $1,722,000,000 $56,979,000,000 $5,141,000,000 42.32 -81%
2006 High 5.25% 2.5% $6,808,000,000 $68,566,000,000 $11,037,000,000 50 -96%
2008 Low 0.25% 0.1% $7,528,000,000 $80,553,000,000 $13,324,000,000 18.94 -95%
2018 High 2.5% 2.82% $4,591,000,000 $79,228,000,000 $25,889,000,000 60.65 -29 to -95 I
2019/20 Low ??? 40% Total $1b to $2b $71b to $65b $6b to $20b 26.19 to 28.91 0.47 to 0.13 F
Fed Rates Debt Revenue Cash On Hand Stock
-80.76%
-95.23%
Range
-81 to -95
-77.57%
-39.01%
Range
-78 to -39
-9.67%
17.48%
Range
-10 to 17
-75.03%
20.72%
Range
-75 to 21
-71.78%
-62.12%
Range
-72 to -62
Year DOW Chem Rev Stock LG Debt LG Rev LG Stock Console Sold Film Gross TVs Sold
2000 High $23,008,000,000 11,112.70 N/A N/A N/A KRW 18,510,000 $7,738,748,349 26m
2002 Low $27,609,000,000 7,986.02 N/A N/A N/A KRW 29,300,000 $9,206,391,985 25m
2006/10 High $49,124,000,000 12,445.52 $25,910,000 $38,895,400,000 118,000 28,060,000 $9,214,510,584 26m
2008/12 LG Low $51,578,000,000 8,829.04 $51,010,000 $52,410,000,000 61,100 6,000,000 $9,698,009,486 30m
2018 High $85,944,000,000 26,828.39 $2,335,000 $16,625,000,000 113,500 17,500,000 $10,730,836,311 98.4m
2019/20 Low 19.99 to 4.99% 13k to 18k $45,960,000 $22,400,000,000 58,771 427.39m Total $9b to $10b 8k Resolution to 400k