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On Wednesday, March 23, 2011 at 8:19am, Allan wrote:

Becky looks very nice her Indian outfit. Unfortunately we could only see a small part of it.


On Monday, March 21, 2011 at 6:40am, WILL THOMSON wrote:

You're tha best Becky! My favorite girl on daytime tv. Good Luck


On Sunday, March 20, 2011 at 9:22am, ray wrote:

i'm sleep deprived because i wake up too early just to watch her


On Thursday, March 3, 2011 at 6:57am, Michael Stewart wrote:

My 10 year old son, Michael is doing a report on you for school. We need to know where in Indiana, you were born? And anything else you may like to add to his report. <br>Thank You, <br>Michael Stewart <br>Indiana


On Tuesday, March 1, 2011 at 12:10pm, bob wrote:

Like the new hair color.


On Monday, February 28, 2011 at 3:14am, Tom Lingenfelter wrote:

Girl, you are SO sexy.


On Monday, February 28, 2011 at 2:32am, RjNova57 wrote:

Hey TOO OLD, Lighten up Mahn. Becky is intelligent and "easy on the eyes".I watch Becky for those hypnotic eyes! Keep up the great Becky! Woof!


On Monday, February 21, 2011 at 10:51am, doug griffith wrote:

I read your article in Fortune. I would loved for you to go into more detail about your feelings on the criticle issue facing our great country. I will look for your articles elsewhere, I hope. You should be on Fox News with Hannity, or O'Riley.


On Sunday, February 13, 2011 at 9:32am, Allan wrote:

Becky, Have a Happy Valentine's day with your hubby.


On Saturday, February 12, 2011 at 5:55am, Art Johnson wrote:

I am a financial advisor and start each morning watching your show. You do a great job! I am amazed at your poise and intelligence.


On Friday, February 11, 2011 at 5:36am, Randy/N.H. wrote:

You and Erin re-establish the belief in this old heart that beauty ...AND brains are indeed alive and well in our world today. I often tell my 18 year old daughter that 'love; is easy, to be able to "respect" is hard...and essential.. YOU are easy to respect. RW/N.H.


On Tuesday, February 8, 2011 at 9:29pm, benjawan phalavaddhana wrote:

Becky is very beautiful. <br> <br>I watch cnbc everyday when on air because i luv to see backy. becky is superb.


On Monday, February 7, 2011 at 1:44pm, Too Old wrote:

Hey "Not too old" wake up and smell the coffee! Everyone eventually gets old...and unfortunately Becky will too. Unless you live under a rock, there are many, many younger, prettier and smarter reporters that can replace Becky. Grow up the world will still spin without her.


On Tuesday, February 1, 2011 at 8:55am, Not Too Old wrote:

Rumor has it that since the NBC acquisition has been approved that shows will be canceled or personalities on existing shows will be upgraded to Comcast standards. Please say it isn't so that you will be replaced by someone younger, smarter and much more prettier.


On Tuesday, February 1, 2011 at 6:07am, Eddie wrote:

Becky is my favorite news chick, love her like a daddy.


On Monday, January 31, 2011 at 4:57am, SAL: wrote:

????? DID U C THE RING ???


On Monday, January 31, 2011 at 3:41am, Rick wrote:

Folks, <br>You underestimate poor Dave. "Maybe, he simply can't help himself break away from this site"? Maybe, he can't even get out of the chair....??? I venture the educated guess that the man is jobless, lives w/his elderly mom and eats and sleeps at his terminal.... so sad....! Cheer Up Dave, I got your back. Have another entire box of HO HO's and a diet soft drink....!


On Friday, January 28, 2011 at 10:34am, Vinny wrote:

Oh yeah, bring the hubby. Whos is this Dave that writes these long posts? Oy!


On Friday, January 28, 2011 at 10:30am, Vinny wrote:

Becky, Happy hour and steak sandwiches at Emerson Hotel February 19th. You're turn to buy. See you there.


On Friday, January 28, 2011 at 5:12am, mike wrote:

Always enjoy Becky, Joe, and Carl together. I think the chemistry is good TV. As a CNBC fan I was surprised to find this site. Also surprised at some of the comments.


On Monday, January 24, 2011 at 1:23pm, Hank wrote:

Married or not. When you're smart and "hot" you got most of it..if not 'it all'!!


On Monday, January 24, 2011 at 7:35am, Not not Dave wrote:

What is that Not Dave talking about...unborn son? I was told that despite your Beauty you were unfortunately infertile. This is a crying shame since you would undoubtedly create smart and beautiful children. And you may be a good mother too.


On Friday, January 21, 2011 at 1:33pm, Roderick wrote:

Becky's interview with Charlie Munger was about the best I've ever seen! How lucky!


On Monday, December 27, 2010 at 11:57am, Not Dave wrote:

Dave, get a life and leave Mr. and Mrs. Quick alone. Unless you plan on wowing her into marriage number 4, and leaving her soon to be born son, I think you should lay off Mrs. Quick. Mr. Quick may get jealous and shut down this site for all us other admirers.


On Monday, December 27, 2010 at 8:35am, Allan wrote:

I agree with James that Dave is losing his mind over Becky. He always writes to her about himself and his dad. I think he is plain nuts. I write to Becky on this site wishing her holiday greetings or her birthday. This site is the only place that I can do it because I will probably never meet Becky in person. She is a married woman. Dave needs to get a life.


On Sunday, December 26, 2010 at 7:45am, Dave wrote:

Becky, <br> Nothing to do today, no Journal, no Squawk. Hope you had a nice Christmas. You are so cool because you accept messages. I tried to contact Andy but he doesn't accept messages, neither does Cramer or Julia Boorstein. I'll be known all over CNBC if i can contact all those people, huh? <br> I wanted to thank Andy for all he taught me in his book, maybe you can the next time you see him. I keep writing to you everyday, I mean to write a couple of times a wk. But I had nothing else to do, at least you're approachable. Do you know I wrote a 72 pg paper on the financial crisis, I'm not going to send that to you, if you wanted to read all that you could just read Andy. Who am I to compete with him, you know. My dad tried to read Too Big to Fail but he gave up. He reads mysteries. How about you, do you read bus or like novels. I read bus exclusively. I'm looking forward to seeing you on Squawk this wk, unless you are on vacation. I can still talk to you if you're on vacation right, i mean we're friends after all. I feel like i know you so well even though we've never met. I was looking on Twitter, 5,000+ followers, not too shaby. I respond to all your posts you know, I don't know if you get them. I have like twenty followers on the letter but I consider them clients not fans you know. Atleast tomorrow I'll have work. I'm doing the dollar stores right now. You'll see next wk. Wow, Becky i feel like I could talk to you all day. How is your brother, the engineer doing? Did you see him yesterday. See, you think I don't pay attention. I listen to everything on Squawk, especially the stuff about you. See ya <br> Dave <br> ps I did manage to add another two readers this week. All the Christmas messages I sent yesterday only one response. My old friend Shannon from hs. We sent each other Xmas cards


On Saturday, December 25, 2010 at 9:30am, Tiggerer2 wrote:

I love you Becky.. Smart and Sexy always


On Wednesday, December 22, 2010 at 8:10am, Dave wrote:

hey Becky, <br> Just figured I'd give you a buzz. The talk all over CNBC today seems to be inflaion. Some of the guests on Squawk seem to think we have it and some don't. They were just talking about it on Squawk on the Street too. <br> When we first got qe, the point was to lower interest rates, right? I know there's a lot to it, if I said everything on my mind I'd probabally run out of room but basically, when we lower interest rates we tend to lower costs,right? I think this is what should happen, you know and then the dollar goes up because it buys more the dollar index is up 5%). I mean, Bernanke wanted to loower interest rates and the dollar at the same time but I don't think this can happen, can it? I mean we can be more competitive in international markets by taking a low cost structure and then asying oh yeah we can afford to sell lower but this would be "beggar thy neighbor". I think this is what Steve Forbes has been very critical about. But I don't know, maybe the Fed is overdoing it, setting the economy on steroids or something. I think this is where the infaltion rhetoric comes in. Of course, if we overheat, we could need an interest rate increase. Could this happen while qe is still going on? I mean this is something I discuss with my dad everyday. I'd like to see an interst rate incresse with strong retail sales being the reason for it (70% of the economy) but then the Fed would be changing its stance, perhaps putting an end to any qe3 speculation. <br> Anyway, the topic in my letter this week is leverage, I know a lot about the topic having written a 72 page paper on it, remember? The picks are Devon Energy, Yum Brands, and Tyson. <br> Since I've already written this much, what do you think of earnings going into 2011 for the S&P. They were stong in 010, huh? Of course this was from a weak base, next yr the comps get tougher. See ya. <br> Dave <br>


On Thursday, December 16, 2010 at 7:38am, Phil in Germanland wrote:

Liebe Becky <br> <br>Seasons greetings and happy holidays to you and your loved-ones! <br> <br>XoXo


On Saturday, December 11, 2010 at 6:06am, Dave wrote:

hey Becky, <br> Congrats on your new refi. You guys must have extreme cold and snow in Jersey? It's been cold down here too, well not that cold but cold. <br> I feel really good about this week's investment letter. I tackled a lot of tough issues with that GAAP/nonGAAP and I stated the stuff pretty good. I was looking at it again because today at ten I go to see Mr. Page. Oh, I am going to buy Schlumberger too. I talked to Joe, our broker at Merrill but the market had already closed yesterday. Not to get personal or give away secrets but my dad was saying I have something like $22,000 in cash waiting for a home so I'll probabally be buying some of those same energy sector plays. <br> Did you read the Journal today? They were talking about how the trade data came in so positively. Are we heading toward escape velocity at this stage of the cycle, what do you think? Of course it also pushed the yield up to 3.37 nor something like that on the ten yr which hurts if you're in bonds. My dad has some bond funds so our overall portfolio is down. <br> Also, the real estate around here in Fl is on the downtrend. Did you ever read that Squawk recovery story I sent in? I mean I'm trying to find something nice to say but things are not good down here. I know a person who actually bought a condo for $25,000 so I don't know what ours would be valued at today in this market you know? I talk about how you get to travel and be on tv and all that but we own our own condo so i'm financially set you know? I mean not that we should be jealous about each other. Jesus preached that we should never be jealous you know? Soemtimes I get almost jealous of people living in the darkness because it seems like they're having fun whereas I'm always either working or studying the Bible. My x girlfriend from back in New England was living in the deep darkness doing heroine and ending up in jail (she has a $200 a day habit). Soemday she will have to reckon with the Lord and pay though. I got away from her when she was doing crack before she became even more evil you know? <br> But back to busines, you know I tell my dad to get out of bonds, the Wall Street Journal is trashing bonds you can see it as a viewer,. My dad watches toward the end when he gets up because I have it on but I think energy and also retail stocks is where you want to be. I like the dividned payers with their high payout raios. Me and Dennis were at Narshalls too and they had a pretty busy line so I'm up six percnt on that before dividends. Well i know you have better things to do with your Saturday than listen to me all day so I'll close. Keep being a star on Squawk. <br> Dave


On Friday, December 10, 2010 at 4:08am, s.m.ferrara wrote:

FRI 12/10/10 <br>AGAIN with the BLACK !!!


On Friday, December 10, 2010 at 3:40am, Frank, Denmark wrote:

You make my day...every day :-)


On Wednesday, December 8, 2010 at 8:31am, Dave wrote:

hey Becky, <br> I hope you are having a good day. I think that I really impressed Mr. Page on Sun. I had good command of the issues I was talking about. <br> Anyway, I write again tomorrow. I'm going to cover some issues even you may not be up on. See, I used to be in tax. I'm continuing my topic on GAAP/nonGAAP as far as deferred taxes and constant currency. It should be interesting. My 3 pics are Halliburton, Sclumberger and a new addition to my portfolio, Marathon. I really like Schlumberger as well so I'm thinking of buying it. See, I have the next three weeks lined up in that I know what I'm doing in the letter but you know how things change in the market? Like inflation/deflation, world affairs, tax policy? I'd like to get the letter to a point where I'm giving an update on the issues every week and stock pics. See, with my layperson audience I tend to do too much teaching, not enough reporting as I was saying before. My dad thinks also that I'm making the letter too complicated. My friend Jim, the minister, tells me he gets the jist but not all the detail. Then there are other friends on fb that I never haar from. Mostly I went ot high school with them. Altogether, I have twenty readers. I could get more but I want to stay small. I figure the group I've got now I've already brought through the mechanics of fncl statement analysis so if I were to get twenty more I'd have to start from scratch. As I say , I try to spend as much time as possible with the readers but Mr. Page is the only one I really consult, I'd like to do more consulting. I wish I knew the address of CNBC, I'd send you roses for XMAS. See ya <br> Dave


On Monday, December 6, 2010 at 3:36am, s.m.ferrara wrote:

???? Why are you so frequently dressed in dark colors..,esp. BLACK...>>How about red. pink, yellow, blue ???


On Saturday, December 4, 2010 at 8:01am, Dave wrote:

Becky, <br> Mr. Page wants to meet tomorrow instead so I just presented Sam's letter to him, at the desk. I wanted to say when Greenspan talked yesterday, it seemed to me what he was saying, and I know he's difficult to understand but he seemed to be saying that the Fed only has one mandate. I think he meant that price stability and employment growth are one in the same because the procedurres used for job growth converge with the procedures used to fight inflation. And wasn't that what I was saying in my letter? I mean take QE2, it should be powerful enough to do both, right? See, one action by the Fed fulfilling both mandates. <br> Also, I was listening to what he said about cash flow being used to meet capex needs. He said capex budgets are more important than employment trends. He said, "If companies don't start spending on capex this economy is going nowhere." This makes sense because aren't companies wedded to their phsyical assets? Employment is more of a temporary fix, you know? Outlays in the billions is waht I want to see because to me that would show recovery. Are you ready for me to be a guest on the show yet, I have a good understanding. <br> Anyway, I think the Dolphins play Cleveland but Monday night, I have to get up for work. It's cool down here today by our standards. We are having an early cold front. See ya <br> Dave


On Saturday, December 4, 2010 at 6:29am, Dave wrote:

hey Becky, <br> I have plenty to tell you about today. I'm going to tell you some stuff now and then go advise Mr. Page and then I'll come back and give you another message. <br> Did you like the letter this week? I think I should do more reporting and less teaching, you know. But remember, other than you I have a layperson audience. Somthimes on Squawk, I can't understand what you guys are saying. Like Joe will say "this" and I don't know what he's referring to. Did you like my thoughts on QE? I think that's one of the reasons gold is rallying, this QE is very uncertain. It could go either way aagh now I'm doing it. I mean it could cause interest rates to fall or rise. I don't like what it adds to the deficit, and "helicopter Ben" wants to do some more of it. I don't know. <br> So do you think I'm smart yet. I figure neither one of us is really a controller, at least not yet. I come pretty close to knowing what you knew nine mos ago though don't I? Well, I guess in business, I'm still hopelessly lost in poli sci. I'm like Joe in tech, its a weakness. How is Carl doing, I know I don't say enough about him. Do you like Andy? I think he's really cool, I like when you guys tease him about his jacket. Then the poor guy goes and wears a sweater, they say he's Mr. Rogers. I read his book. <br> I like how the studio is brighter for the holidays. We deserve to eee brightness, I figure, this business is depressing enough. <br> I couldn't sleep and when I can't sleep, I listen to the eighties and get really depressed. I'm emotional but i'm not afraid to admit it. I also smoke a half a pack of cigarettes, well at least its not weed. I gave up booze except if its put in front of me socially. Like, we have a party coming up in the bldg for New Yr's so I may drink some wine. <br> My friend wants to put his daughter in a group home because she's unmaangeable. I had something else to tell you but it escapes me. I will write back later and share with you my thoughts on Greenspan from yesterday. Keep up the good work on Squawk. <br> Dave


On Friday, December 3, 2010 at 10:37am, James wrote:

I just came across this site and started reading some of the posts. I've come to the conclusion that this David guy is not mentally all together. I am unsure from reading the messages as to whether Ms. Quick and David are friends, business acquaintances, or even know each other outside of this questbook site. However, as a <br>casual observer, I would urge Ms. Quick to be careful. The frequency and contents of David's messages borderline stalking and or insanity. I do admire David's enthusiasm for Ms. Quicks journalistic professionalism, knowledge of the markets, world economics, politics, and especially admire his appreciation of her extra ordinary good looks. However, messages everyday or close to that, is a little much. Just one persons opinion (that no one asked for). Be careful lots of crazies out there including me. <br>Jamie (retired FBI behavioral psychologist)


On Wednesday, December 1, 2010 at 1:57pm, Dave wrote:

hey Becky, <br> You did a good job last nt. I could tell that a lot of work went into those interviews you got with Buffett. I was under the impression you were going back to China. <br> Anyway, tomorrow I will send you my letter. In it is going to be a thing on inflation/deflation and possibly something on GAAp vs non GAAP. The picks are Agilent Tech, TJX and Conoco Phillips. See ya <br> Dave


On Tuesday, November 30, 2010 at 6:04am, bill joiner wrote:

<br>Were you not born in Gary Indiana?


On Monday, November 29, 2010 at 7:50am, howie wrote:

as a fellow rutgers graduate i proud to know that you are such a success/recently picked up a targum when i was on campus and it looks much different then in my day RU 1966


On Saturday, November 27, 2010 at 4:33pm, David wrote:

hey Becky, <br> Missed you Fri. Are you getting ready for your tirp to China? I don't get to travel as much as you but so fl is a pretty cool place to be. Everyday it seems to hit 80 here in Ft Lauderdale. <br> Is Warren Buffett a pretty cool guy to be around, I know he's old enough to be our grandfather. He's like Mr. Page, who is 84. I went to advise him this morning by the way. We talked for an hour and a half. Not just about my paper but about the European crisis, the near war in Korea, stuff like that. He's a retired history teacher so you can imagine he's up on current events still. <br> See, I don't bother you everyday. I will continue to write about twice a week and send you my weekly investmetn letter. <br> I wanted you to be my frined so bad but you wouldn't write back SAD <br> Anyway, I guess with four thousand fans you can't write to all of us. <br> I might go on and tell you a bunch of stuff today though I guess that's what this website is for. <br> How was your Thanksgiving? I heard you cooked. I don't know how to cook. Thanks for posting my messages. I guess a lot of people know who I am now thanks to you. They can come on and read my messages, I don't mind that. <br> Do you have daughters? I heard Joe say you should take them to Hershey PA whent they get older. <br> See, I do watch the show and my ears are wide open especially when it has to do wtih you. My dad just casme in and said "Are you writing to Becky Quick? You want a quicky with Becky Quick" He doesn't understand taht we're jsut friends. In his generation, a man couldn't be "just friends" with a woman. <br> Remember when I was telling you jokes about business? I was telling you about my dad's portfolio and I tried to make it soudn funny? <br> Wonder what you're doing this weekend??? Me and my friend Dennis went and saw harry Pttter last Sun. Now there's one you should see. If you don't mind a little of the gory stuff it'sa cctually a pretty good picture. <br> My friend Jimmy's (the minsiter) daughter had to go into a mental hospital. She's eighteen. I pray she gets better, she's got mild retardation and it's not her first time. In total, I've been hosptitalized five times in my life but not for eight yrs. Hey Becky, thanks for putting up with all my messages this yr I know this was a long one but it's better than going to the club for me. <br> Dave


On Wednesday, November 24, 2010 at 9:15am, Allan wrote:

Becky, Have a very nice <br>Thanksgiving with your family.


On Tuesday, November 23, 2010 at 12:41pm, David wrote:

Becky, <br> I just wanted to give you the heads up on my newsletter this week. It's coming a day early. The main topic is uses of cash and ordr of priorities. The pics are Microsoft, Analog Devices and Dell. I'll have it to you tomorrow on fb. Happy Thanksgiving. <br> Dave


On Friday, November 19, 2010 at 12:15pm, David wrote:

Becky, <br> Hey, I hope you are having a good day. I can't beleive this is the first time I've actually written to you this week, shows how busy I've been. <br> I hope you enjoyed my investmnet letter this week with my better clarification of just what EV is. <br> I have another "client". Well, twenty people read my letter as you know but I only advise certain people personally. <br> One is Mr. Page. There is a new guy in the building, Allen. He feels my explanations are good and he wants to buy some of my picks. We're probabally going to set up consultations. Have a nice weekend. <br> Dave


On Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at 5:15am, jason wrote:

Becky, <br> <br>Keep up the good work!


On Sunday, November 14, 2010 at 1:22pm, David wrote:

Becky, <br> Dolphins over Titans 29-17. How did the Jets do??? <br> Mr. Page doesn't trust anyghing in the economy. Not the numbers the govt reports, earnings the cos report or anything. I went over the letter with him for an hour and a half yesterday. <br> New topics: Ev and how it is arrived at, dividend strategies. I already have Adobe ready to go See ya <br> Dave


On Friday, November 12, 2010 at 2:03pm, David wrote:

Becky, <br> I hope you enjoyed reading my investment newsletter. I wanted to emphasize that when it comes to RIM's financial position, the additioanl paid in capital was added on the positive side. I know that part was confusing because I made it sound like the free cash flow was offsetting everything. <br> My dad is back safe and sound at home. He left againtst medical adviselol <br> Dave


On Friday, November 12, 2010 at 5:48am, Patsy wrote:

My husband and I watch Squawk Box nearly every morning. We enjoy hearing your opinions. You are amazingly tolerant of Joe. Keep up the good work!!


On Tuesday, November 9, 2010 at 12:37pm, David wrote:

Becky, <br> I hope you liked my investment letter I sent you. I've been reading what you write too on twitter. <br> In fact, I'm already to write again. I've been preparing to talk about the dogs of the Dow Thurs. Other topics will include regulation and foru stock picks from tech this week. <br> My dad's coming home Fri. I guess I'll lose some of my freedom like keeping the radio on all nt but I'm going to keep turning Squawk on at six even though he gets up at nine thirty. <br> See, I'm long everything so I have to be bullish. My friend John,on the other hand is out of the market and completely bearish. I talked to him this morning. It was a typical bull/bear debate. He told me the dollar was going to hell and I argued we could still see a rally in the commodities. <br> See, you used to work for the Journal, so you could probably wite a better investmnt letter than I write but I'm going to keep sedning it to you on fb anyway. It will be around two pages. It gets better every week. See ya <br> Dave


On Friday, November 5, 2010 at 10:06am, Dave wrote:

Becky, <br> I talked to my friends today and they are against me getting an office. I'm starting to get cold feet. It's much cheaper to work in the apartment even if it is in the corner of a room. <br> It's cool in Fl today as we are having our first cold front. You know, I have a beautiful view of the intercoastal from my office. I can look out there now and see the water and palm trees, it's sunny today. <br> I got my Squawk coffee mug in the mail yesterday. Pretty soon when we work it won't be in the dark for as long as we set the clocks back this weekend. <br> Our account is really rallying this week, it makse up for the last couple. <br> Good luch on refinancing your house. Now is a good time to do it I suppose. <br> I can't believe you have a burger named after you on Wall Street. I'd like to come up ther someday. <br> Dave


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