what are some more sick stocks like wcom?

Discussion in 'Trading' started by Gordon Gekko, Jun 26, 2002.

  1. Qwest is in the same business and they have the same fundamental problems. I don't know if they have fraud but they don't need fraud to go under.
    #11     Jun 27, 2002
  2. quest was one of andersen's biggest clients, and like WCOM, went to KPMG.

    andersen billed Q $11.9 million versus $16.8 million for WCOM. i can't tell over what period this is by the sheet i'm looking at.
    #12     Jun 27, 2002
  3. cool, i didn't know the link to anderson. That just makes me more negative on them. Could be a sort of rolling crash in the telecom sector just like what happened after Enron with the energy companies.
    #13     Jun 27, 2002
  4. Perhaps someone could email Martha and see if she has any thoughts on more companies that may be in trouble.
    #14     Jun 27, 2002
  5. nkhoi


    your wish..granted :)

    Following is a list of S&P500 companies who have Arthur Andersen as
    Auditor (source:- Bloomberg 14/02/2002)

    ABT Abbott Labs
    ADCT ADC Telecom.
    APD Air Products
    AW Allied Waste
    AT Alltel Corp.
    AHP Amer.Home Prod
    APA Apache Corp.
    ONE Bank One
    BCR Bard Inc.
    BBT BB&T Corp.
    BMC BMC Software
    BCC Boise Cascade
    BC Brunswick Corp.
    CPN Calpine Corp.
    CTX Centex Corp.
    CIN Cinergy Corp.
    CMS CMS Energy Corp.
    CL Colgate-Palmolive.
    COST Costco Wholesale
    CUM Cummins Inc
    DHR Danaher Corp.
    DAL Delta Airlines
    DNY RR Donnelley
    DYN Dynegy Inc.
    EIX Edison Intl.
    EC Engelhard Corp.
    EOG EOG Resources
    EFX Equifax Inc.
    FDX FedEx Corp.
    FE First Energy Corp.
    FRE Freddie Mac
    FCX Freeport-McMoran
    GD General Dynamics
    GP Georgia-Pacific
    HAL Halliburton
    HET Harrahs Entertainment
    HIG Hartford Financial
    HSY Hershey Foods
    HLT Hilton Hotels
    HI Household Int.
    ITW Illinois Tool
    IP International Paper
    ITT ITT Inds.
    KMG Kerr-McGee
    KSE KeySpan Corp.
    LIZ Liz Claiborne
    MAR Mattiot Int.
    MI Marshall & Ilsle
    MAY May Dept. Stores
    MRK Merck
    MIR Mirant Corp.
    NWL Newell Rubbermaid
    NEM Newmount Mining
    GAS Nicor Inc.
    NI NiSource Inc.
    NTRS Northern Trust
    OXY Occidental Petro.
    OMC Omnicom Group.
    ORCL Oracle Corp
    PTV Pactiv Corp.
    PGL Peoples Energy
    PFST Peoplesfot
    PKI PerkinElmer
    PCL Plum Creek Timber
    QTRN Quintiles Trans.
    Q Qwest Comm.
    RHI Robert Half
    SANM Sanmina-SCI
    SLE Sara Lee
    SFA Scientific-Atlanta
    SIAL Sigma-Aldrich
    SNA Snap-On Inc.
    SO Southern Co
    SOTR SouthTrust Corp
    HOT Starwood Hotels
    STI Suntrust Banks
    SYY Sysco Corp
    TMO Thermo Electr.
    UNH UnitedHealth Group
    UVN Univision Comm.
    SLM USA Education
    WAG Walgreen
    WMI Waste Management
    WY Weyhaeuser
    WCOM WorldCom
    XEL XCEL Energy
    #15     Jun 30, 2002
  6. i pu this on the "who's next?" thread a while back...LVLT, more trouble ahead

    also a new addition...XMSR
    #16     Jul 1, 2002
  7. tuna


    Just a point worth noting for where Wcom's trading at the moment is if it manages to get above 0.10-0.11 it'll lose a decimal point,instead of $0.064 it drops that 4,.....get a bit of buying happening they can really boogie once they loose that 3rd decimal.
    May or may not get the chance but if it does get back up there it might be worth watching.
    #17     Jul 1, 2002
  8. i'm short syxi..the daily chart is terrible and it has a p/e of 78.
    #18     Jul 1, 2002
  9. ddefina


    Find out which boards Bill Clinton is on. :D
    #19     Jul 1, 2002
  10. wild


    AVSG looks stable recently ...
    #20     Jul 1, 2002