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  • advisorydoc advisorydoc Sep 12, 2013 2:51 PM Flag

    When I say sweet spot

    the definition of sweet spot: a place where a combination of factors results in a maximum response

    allright folks... this one is to quote the eminent C.I. this one is a "no brainer"

    problem is that many investors have no brain

    with $4.50 earnings going to be banked over the next two quarter you have to be blind or stupid not to see deck as a bargain at this point

    have added to position best to all longs

    later,

    doc ufood

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    • the deck home runs are coming....

      the upward moves are going to reflect great earnings that are coming and the enduring
      popularity of deck

      and the moves.... they are coming sooner than you think

      of course... they huge upside could come from deck being bought out

      but nobody is talking about that

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      • United, we saw the same "slowness" to REAL PRICE discovery with Under armour.

        We know where this is going. Market machines can play their games much like they did with UA; it doesn;t faze guys like us. We know the numbers, we see the innovation and POTENTIAL/INEVITABLE growth from UGG PURE and store growth.

        Just typical market BS pretending something is worth much less than it really is, then spiking it up 50% on "shocking" crushing of earnings.

        Nothing to see here, just patience required.

    • amen brother, amen. Market is blind and people have no patience. This is a long term investment. I'm going on more than 15 months now.

      Z

 
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