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  • yourdeadmeat69 yourdeadmeat69 Jul 18, 2011 1:42 AM Flag

    Hogs S and P Report Favorable!

    research dot scottrade dot com/qnr/Stocks/GetPDF?docKey=72-98952k10-5GENGCA1N8022OG57UFKTPFD18

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    • Thanks, but that link does not work since your session timed out.

      • 2 Replies to phil_meeks
      • caps dot fool dot com/Ticker/HOGS.aspx has the skinny on what they think of HOGS, and it's green all the way.

        I look for dips as buying ops. If you're not a member of Motley Fool, join for free, and get the dope on the stock and the company that way.

      • Sorry, I keep forgetting the S and P reports are proprietary under Scottrade. Try going to the platform you use and checking under the research banner under HOGS. The report was issued on Friday the 15th with today's date the 18th. The report says neutral to favorable on HOGS, considering the food industry is lagging the S and P.

        Considering food is one of those things you can't do without, the penchant for Chinese to love their pork, and the rise of the middle class, and the country subsidizing pork farms to the tune of $350B over the next year, all reports you can get from your buying platform, (scottrrade or etrade etc), the slowing of inflation, I thought the work was fair and balanced.

        With HOGS trading at near the low of the year, off 60% from the high, and the company's announced $10M buyback this year, this one is ready to come out swinging.

        That's my opinion and I am sticking to it.

 
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