Rogers came out with its quarterly earnings today. I have 122.26993 Rogers B shares through the company share acquisition plan. The "book value" -- which considers the average price paid for the shares -- is $5106.36. At this moment, the shares are worth $4252.55. A difference of a little more than $850. See, the shares fell today. Fell about 5%. According to forbes.com, "Rogers said it earned C$301 million, or 47 Canadian cents per share, in the three months ended June 30. That compares with a loss of C$56 million, or 9 Canadian cents, in the same period a year earlier. Adjusted net income rose to C$364 million, or 57 Canadian cents a share, from C$299 million, or 47 Canadian cents." Sounds keen, huh? Earnings are way up, net income is up, profit is up. So why the heck would the shares fall like this? I asked 680News money honey Leah Walker, and she summed it up: the results missed analysts' estimates. Ah, of course. Forbes explains, "Ana
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