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  • gennayequist gennayequist Oct 4, 2013 1:33 PM Flag

    NKE UPGRADED YOU MUST SEE THIS - OMG!

    NKE was just upgraded by UA (underground stock alerts- google them ) to a BUY with a new price target, LOOK WHAT IT IS!!! that’s HUGE. i’m subscribed to UA’s free newsletter, their subscriber base is huge, the last time they alerted a buy the stock ended up going up 1350% in a very short period, no way this will happen with our stock but it’s still very positive. i’ve made over $200k with their free alerts so far so it’s definitely not something to sneeze at.

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    • Hope to pick up 3/4 rs of that move.

    • I normally agree w that too. Long on LULU (Lululemon) which filled a bearish gap recently. So I'm waiting to see what NKE does in respect to the gap. That said....if we are ALL waiting for the gap, that may be a bit too bullish for the gap to fill.

      I'm not sure the market is going to be kind enough to let us all jump aboard their great earnings news back at $70. And NKE just announced an investor conference next week too after the close.

    • Doesn't seem like we're moving in the right direction. Let's blame Congress!!!

    • I normally agree w that too. Long on LULU (Lululemon) which filled a bearish gap recently. So I'm waiting to see what NKE does in respect to the gap. That said....if we are ALL waiting for the gap, that may be a bit too bullish for the gap to fill.

      I'm not sure the market is going to be kind enough to let us all jump aboard their great earnings news back at $70. And NKE just announced an investor conference next week too after the close.

      Crossing my fingers!

 
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