CIGNA  (CI)
Time Warner  (TWX)
Black & Decker  (BDK)
Rockwell Automation  (ROK)
Int'l Paper  (IP)
Walt Disney * (DIS)
EMC  (EMC)
Dell  (DELL)
Computer Sciences  (CSC)
Tyco Int'l Ltd. (TYC)

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Williams  (WMB)
El Paso  (EP)
Google  Cl A (GOOG)
Southern  (SO)
Abbott Laboratories (ABT)
Hartford  (HIG)
Ford Motor  (F)
Amer. Electric Power   (AEP)
Capital One Financial  (COF)
AES  (AES)

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U.S. Bancorp (USB)
Southern  (SO)
Bank of America  (BAC)
Pfizer * (PFE)
Wachovia  (WB)
Regions Financial  (RF)
Citigroup * (C)
Verizon * (VZ)
Altria Group * (MO)
Dow Chemical  (DOW)

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CIGNA  (CI)
Time Warner  (TWX)
Black & Decker  (BDK)
Int'l Paper  (IP)
Rockwell Automation  (ROK)
Tyco Int'l Ltd. (TYC)
Walt Disney * (DIS)
Home Depot * (HD)
Entergy  (ETR)
EMC  (EMC)

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Allegheny Tech.  (ATI)
Williams  (WMB)
AES  (AES)
Halliburton  (HAL)
Tyco Int'l Ltd. (TYC)
Schlumberger Ltd. (SLB)
Rockwell Automation  (ROK)
Caterpillar * (CAT)
CONOCOPHILLIPS (COP)
Hewlett-Packard * (HPQ)

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Int'l Paper  (IP)
Tyco Int'l Ltd. (TYC)
Allstate  (ALL)
Morgan Stanley (MS)
Rockwell Automation  (ROK)
Merrill Lynch   (MER)
CONOCOPHILLIPS (COP)
Lehman Brothers  (LEH)
Pfizer * (PFE)
Goldman Sachs  (GS)

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Tyco Int'l Ltd. (TYC)
CBS  Cl B (CBS)
Capital One Financial  (COF)
Regions Financial  (RF)
Sprint Nextel  (S)
Time Warner  (TWX)
JPMorgan Chase * (JPM)
Wachovia  (WB)
American Int'l Group * (AIG)
Allstate  (ALL)

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Google  Cl A (GOOG)
Baker Hughes  (BHI)
Pfizer * (PFE)
Schlumberger Ltd. (SLB)
Raytheon  (RTN)
Texas Instruments  (TXN)
Rockwell Automation  (ROK)
DuPont * (DD)
Goldman Sachs  (GS)
Norfolk Southern  (NSC)

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3 Year
EPS
Growth
Top 10 Buybacks - S&P 100
(These companies are buying their own stock!)
S&P 100 (OEX)
Standard & Poor's 100 Index, a market-capitalization weighted index of 100 stocks from a wide range of industries. The components
of the S&P 100 are generally the larger members of the S&P 500 index.  
Trailing P/E
The ratio of the stocks latest closing price to the company's earning per share from total operations for the last reported 12 months.
Buyback %
The net dollar repurchase of stock by the company over the last four reported quarters / the market value of the company.
Net Payout Yield %
The sum of the Dividend Yield and the Buyback %.  It represents the sum of the dollars spent on both dividends and stock
repurchases / the Market Value of the stock.
5 Yr Total Return
The stocks price change plus dividend return over the previous 5 years.
Price/Book
Ratio of the share price to the company's book value per share using the latest reported figure. Book value is the total assets of a
company minus total liabilities, also called shareholder's equity.
3 Yr. EPS Growth
The three year actual compounded annual growth rate of earnings per share using the latest 12-month figures, derived by the least
squares method, using 4 data points - a base year plus 3 subsequent annual data points.
* These stocks are also components of the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

Source of Data: SmartMoney,  a joint publishing venture of Dow Jones & Company, Inc. and Hearst SM Partnership
5 Yr Total Return
The stocks price change plus dividend return over the previous 5 years.
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Top 10 Issuers (Sellers) of Shares - S&P 100
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Price
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EPS
Growth
Highest Three Year EPS Growth - S&P 100
The 10 highest dividend paying stocks in the S&P 100 are included above. Company names followed by an * are components of the
Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Stock Buyback %
A stock buyback, also called a "share repurchase" is the buying back of a company's shares. The company is essentially,
investing in its-self.
The issuance (sale) of new shares by a company is the opposite of a buyback. The column titled "Stock
Buybacks vs. Sales" shows the
net dollar repurchase of stock (repurchases - sales) by the company over the last four reported
quarters divided by the
market value of the company. If the result is positive, the company was a net buyer of its own stock. If the
result is negative, the company was a net seller of its stock. The 10 buybacks in the S&P 100 with the highest buyback percentage
are displayed in the above screen. Dow stocks are indicated by an *.
Stock Buyback %
When a company raises funds by issuing shares, it is essentially, selling its-self. The issuance (sale) of new shares by a company is
the opposite of a buyback. The column titled "Stock Buybacks vs. Sales" shows the
net dollar repurchase of stock by the
company over the last four reported quarters divided by  the
market value of the company. If the result is positive, the company
was a net buyer of its own stock. If the result is negative, the company was a net seller of its stock.
Net Payout Yield %
The Net Payout Yield % is the sum of the Dividend Yield and Stock Buyback columns.  It represents the sum of the dollars spent on
both dividends and stock repurchases divided by the Market Value of the stock. Dividends benefit shareholders by distributing cash
directly to the shareholders. Funds used for buybacks decrease the number of outstanding shares and proportionately increase the
ownership percentage (and EPS) of each remaining outstanding share.
Trailing P/E
The ratio of the stocks latest closing price to the company's earning per share from total operations for the last reported 12 months.
Price/Book
Ratio of the share price to the company's book value per share using the latest reported figure. Book value is the total assets of a
company minus total liabilities, also called shareholder's equity.
3 Yr. EPS Growth
The three year actual compounded annual growth rate of earnings per share using the latest 12-month figures, derived by the least
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Perhaps the most critical question is... How do the officers and
directors feel about their own stock? After all, they know more
about the future prospects of their company than any broker,
analyst, or talk show host. Did you know that corporations
issue (sell) and repurchase (buy) their own shares? Well they
do. When they buy their own stock, it's a tremendous vote of
confidence.

All nine screens below have a
Stock Buyback vs. Sales
column
which shows the net dollar repurchase of stock by the
company divided by the market value of the company.
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