OK. I will think of you as a long-term day trader. That would be someone who doesn't buy and sell on the same day.
I had a chance to sell the shares that I bought at $78 at $85 and didn't do it because I thought they may go to $100. Now they are back to $80 and I am still waiting. I will probably wait another month.
Well you could try FLXS, CUO, SCX, or WAYN. They may not be as high quality as ANAT but they all have relatively little debt and minimal intangible assets and they all sell at significant discounts to book value.