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OSI Systems, Inc. Message Board

  • ee_quentin ee_quentin Feb 1, 2010 3:39 PM Flag

    ALL I KNOW IS...

    It was on the fast track to 45 until MK dowgraded. I think there are a lot of buyers on the sidelines that have not got in because of the crap Morgan K downgrade. I mean in this economy the gov is the only one spending (trust me I know I sell capital equipment) and how much money do they have to throw at them before you buy in. In my opinion it is just scared sheepole waiting for their mom to say it is ok to get in the water.

    They make money, eps looks good, future looks all but certain for the next 2years and in this state of economy that puts them ahead of 80% of the rest of the companies.

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    • Looks like we found some support.

      feeling good about this as Cramer talks about the difference between cyclicly and secular companies. This is definitaly a secular. The radiation issue will get tied up for 4-5 years before any $$$/product decision is based of it. Thank goodness for Gov Red Tape!

    • I'm not trying to push a penny stock, but you may want to look at Implant Science (IMSC)! They make the explosive detection wands and are beginning to really open eyes. I seriously feel they are going to be in play over the next couple of years regarding homeland security spending!! Just one man's opinion. Good luck with OSIS also!

    • Look at how OSIS was moving in todays market and was moving upward..Then Viola the lemmings started selling off started to make a few pennies and totally wiped all the advance that had been accomplished..Look at the volume thats not Instituational or large blocks being sold,whats that tell you??..

 
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