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1 THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, AS TO ACCURACY, COMPLETENESS, OR RESULTS OBTAINED FROM ANY INFORMATION DISCUSSED DURING HAWKTRADE MEETINGS. Past performance does not guarantee future results. Investment returns and principal value will fluctuate, so that investors' shares, when sold, may be worth more or less than their original cost. Investing in any financial instruments does not guarantee that an investor will make money, avoid losing capital, or indicate that the investment is risk-free. There are no absolute guarantees in investing. HAWKTRADE and its members do not bear any responsibility for losses or gains made by members trading on their personal accounts based on analysis from HAWKTRADE meetings.

2  Euro Zone Crisis  Bulls vs. Bears  Above Five Hundo

3 Euro-Zone Crisis What will happen? Billion Euros of New Loans 2. Bridge Loan of 14 Billion Euros 3. Greek Defaults

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5 Give them the loans + Solves immediate problem - Increases debt to GDP ratio Don’t give them the loans + Improve debt to GDP ratio - Greece defaults March 20th Find money to get the debt to GDP down to 120% + Solves immediate problem & Improves GDP - Where do you get the money?

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7 Bridge Loan  Bridge loan to cover the 14 billion Euro payment on March 20 th  Bridge loan to pay the banks off in the private-sector debt reduction + Solves Immediate Problem - Increases debt - Rewards hedge funds & gives incentive to once again bet against Greece - Banks lose credibility

8  Outright Default: An outright inability or refusal to repay creditors  Selective Default: borrower stops making interest or principal payments on some debts

9  New policy changing legal standing so not labeled as a “default”  Credit Default Swap (CDS) investors unable to collect?  Large amount of lawsuit cases?

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12  Where is it headed?  DJIA at high since 2008

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14  1370 is the number to watch  High in May 2011 then dropped

15  Technical level hard to break through  China and the rest of the world slowing will pull US market down  1200 could happen on news of EU

16  Unemployment rate at lows of 2008  Market moves more on momentum than it used to  Market trending upwards  Low volatility  If market breaks 1370 we could see it keep going until around 1440

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18 Stocks off to the Races? Airtime: Thurs. Feb | 5:00 PM ET

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20  $ Billion  Passed Exon Mobile ( Billion) making Apple the largest company via Market Cap  Due to Brand Loyalty?

21  Apple is relatively cheap according to its PE Ratio. (≈14)  Ratio says it could be above $600 and next year close to $700

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23  iPad 3 HD  iPhone 5  4G or 4G LTE  iTV announcement  MacBook Air Refresh  All could boost earnings

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26  Apple is sitting on $98 billion

27  However, two-thirds of their cash is offshore

28  Safety cushion  Plans on using it such as capital spending, being strategic with how they purchase their components, and then possible dividends  One downside of Apple saving so much cash is that they could become a political target

29 Apple Hits $500 Stop at Min 7:00 Mon 13 Feb 12 | 12:00 PM ET

30 Bears  Stock price increase only due to talk of products, stock split, or dividends  Stock holders want a 3% dividend but may only receive 1%  Most of Apple’s revenue comes from iPhone and competition is catching up  40% of US buys have moved to smartphones  For 1 st time buyers, 3 out of 5 are choosing Android Bulls  Installed fan base  Non one wants to sell Apple stock  Apply opened up their supply chain  Paying a dividend will attract new people to the stock  Products are going to get better  More corporations are opening up to Apple computer and products

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34  Most aggressive business execution in the history of business  Not using android as offensive play, its defensive  If you are a carrier or a handset manufacturer, they will share the search and app store splits with you  You make money by using their product(what will this do to apple)  If they can control OS around search they can protect that core business

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38 Tech Stocks on Fire Fri 03 Feb 12 | 12:51 PM ET

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