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  • booker48198 booker48198 Oct 25, 2013 4:12 PM Flag

    Long term Gains

    It looks like some people think this stock has gone up too much. I suggest they look a little farther than a year on the charts. It is only approaching 2008 and 2012 levels, and about equal to the S&P over five years! I think it goes higher!

    Sentiment: Buy

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    • The charts are a very little part of it except for the pure technicians that have been on and off this board. For most we may look at them for points of resistance to buy more on weakness. The fundamentals are what will ultimately drive it and hopefully we will find out good things about them on 11/4 or before (if we see any contract PR before then).

      They were booking a ton of revenue when they hit that high and it started moving down drastically before the news of a real slowdown was apparent so hopefully we are seeing the opposite effect now in addition to the fruits of continuing to spend on R&D and creating new business lines.

      Of course this is a cyclical so as we are expecting hopefully many legs of the stool are getting ready to cycle up, thus the run up in the stock up until this point.

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      • Agree that I buy due to fundementals.............but I buy when and where the charts say to buy so technicals can certainly help you enter and exit at better price points than just buying on the day you decide the fundementals are compelling.

        As such, I would enjoy reading what the technical guys have to say about making another buy..........and then whether to take a chance buying before upcoming 3Q earnings or after.

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