|02-03-2005, 10:01 AM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2003
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palmOne's strong balance sheet
No, contrary to what many believe, palmOne is not dead yet! In fact, the company can show off with a relatively strong balance sheet according to its 2005 fiscal second quarter, ending Nov. 30. The Motley Fool explains step-by-step how you would have to evaluate a company's balance sheet, and is taking palmOne as an example:
|02-03-2005, 10:13 AM||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: New London, CT
Device: Direct Neural Implant
There is a steady misconception that because the marketing information says that PDA sales are dropping, must mean that every PDA company is losing sales, and that simply is not true.
When 3 out of the 5 top PDA companies fold or are consolidated amongst the remaining 2, there will be a drop in PDA sales, while the 2 that remain, will see a sharp increase in sales, as they pick up the customers and support from the other 3.
(I'm using 5 as a hypothetical number here, but at least 2 top PDA companies have moved onto other areas, or been consolidated into another existing PDA company).
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