Discussion in 'Stocks' started by crgarcia, Oct 7, 2009.
Procter & Gamble would be the best?
Probably have to be something to do with liquor or cigarettes. Or Goldman! (same thing really, all of them bad for you, but great money makers.)
with out a doubt
bidu on a retracement or dip
This stock is 300% undervalued over a one year term:
Think about it.
Goldman Sachs is in-line to have its best year ever (in over 140 years) while the country still roils in a recession ... something real special is going on down at 85 Broad.
If you asked me six months ago, I would have said, throw a dart at anything in the Russell 2000.
Today, I wouldn't touch anything but these (scroll down to the table):
PCLN hit all time high today. It went up & up since November 2008 while big priced stocks were dropping until end of March 2009.
Earnings seem always good.
Look at the beautiful chart. RSI still not that overbought.
Speaking of PCLN, take a look at TZOO. Reversal candle formed yesterday.
ditto Goldie Nutsachs for sure. They have a direct money pipe coming right from the money machine Bernanke is cranking. You really can't go wrong with them.
Well, by definition, buying ANYTHING on a "dip" will be profitable.
Question is, how, specifically, are you going to define it as a "dip" in the moment?
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