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Bebe Stores, Inc. Message Board

  • bob0472 bob0472 Sep 21, 2013 4:20 PM Flag

    Any extreme value plays?

    I bought bebe a year ago at $2.62. My best value play at the moment is imos. Anybody got some other good recommendations?

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    • Why are you lying? the lowest price for 52 weeks is $3.48 on on 11/16/2012 ! ! Next time check before you type your B.S. More likely you never even owned any, skipping highschool again today w/ nothing to do & mom comes home to feed your lazy #$%$.

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      • Count: You're probably right about the timeframe because I didn't bother to look up the exact date of the trade. I did, however, buy it for $2.62 and I thought it was about a year ago. It might have been 14 months ago, but I bought it right after my daughter called and asked me about the company. I looked up the financials and told her that the company had no debt, and the price had probably dropped from $9 to $3 after some bad design decisions. She took a position at about $3, and I bought it later when it took one final dip. I ended up selling too early, but my daughter waited until it got to $6. Since that time we've both played the swings, regularly buying it in the $5.50 range and selling it at $6 and change. I picked up shares in the last three days at $5.65, $5.51, $5.15, and $5.12, on the assumption that an institution is currently unloading its position.

        I trade in 5 accounts, 3 of which are retirement accounts, and I do quite well--better than 95% of WS money managers judging by reports that I read. My question remains: do you have any good value stocks to recommend?

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