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  • valuemonster_jurel valuemonster_jurel May 28, 2003 12:49 PM Flag

    My Visit To Panera - Memorial Day

    LOL.....Wrong is most definitely in my vocabulary as I have been wrong a lot. It's just that (at least with this low interest rate environment) a lot of beaten up stuff has moved up and moved up dramatically (for those that monitor and pick their price points & have rock solid discipline)......

    Now I could give you a lot of ammunition (i.e. company names), but why load your cannons to broadside me?!? The funny thing is that you are actually picking on one (of a handful) of companies that I have profitted from on multiple occassions. Granted this 'go around' hasn't been the most profitable, but while I am more than willing to give a mea culpa (unless PNRA gaps up 20 points), this one is not it.......Good luck to all.....

    "Anybody who mentions that growth rate is relevant to any rational valuation model,..."

    -- This comment is such 'in the eye of the beholder' it's pathetic. I fully admit I am not a momentum growthie-type 'player.' I admire cold hard discipline. Many growthies don't exhibit that. I buy when the eventual diappointment comes (and the growthies are like 'deers in headlights' in terms of valuations since they really never know what they buy, and when the pretend to know, it's really ephemeral growthie/Technical Analysis BS that boils down to the 'Great Fool Theory'), and sell when they take an asset higher than it's intrinsic value. Now true 'growth' is tough to measure, I fully admit I am much better at determining/ascertaining the downside (vs. the ultimate upside).......Good luck to all.....

 
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