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Titan International Inc. Message Board

  • biff_smith1 biff_smith1 Mar 15, 2013 3:46 PM Flag

    This is quite interesting:

    On March 12th. Zacks downgraded TWI to sell, but that is not the interesting part!

    There is a little school supply company named School Specialty that Zacks UPGRADED
    just a few days before they declared CH.11...The symbol is now SCHSQ and last trade is 0.0795
    I know we all make mistakes but HOLY COW...fact is stranger than fiction!

    And Zacks, don't mess with The Grizz! The man is 68 years old and has seen it all and he is
    building an even greater TITAN!

    Patience.

    Biff

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    • I have followed zacks recommendations in the past and got burned. It seems as if a stock goes up they rank it a 1 after it disappoints they then rank it a 5. Not much analysis going on. By the way Biff, I have spoken to you on the qcor board. Are you still in it?

      • 1 Reply to loriturner1960
      • Hi Lori, I bought a lot of QCOR when everyone was getting scared out and then sold at profits ranging from 30% to 64%, plus some very good dividend money. I may have used some of the proceeds to buy some more Titan after the e report. I move money around and there is nothing wrong with that as long as you are taking those kind of profits, and if you really like the company,
        maybe sell some and keep some. Sell into strength with no regrets.

        I have been in and out of TWI since 2003. Maurice Taylor was the BIG guy back then also. He's
        68 and I think he wants to go out with a bang! So hold some shares and trade some also. JMO.

        Biff

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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