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Thread: Rob's Lobs

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    Default Rob's Lobs

    One of our wisest and wittiest members stakes his claim to this thread.

    Every once in a while, when he gets a good feeling about a stock for whatever reason, and wants to "lob" it out here for critiques and consideration by the other members.

    Rob's style leans more toward fundamental vs. technical analysis, although he does not totally disregard the latter.

    Have at it, huge members.
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    I am HUGE! Bring me your finest meats and cheeses.

    - $$$MR. MARKET$$$

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    Arrow My 1st Lob: IMCL

    Thanks, your hugeness!

    I am not as prolific a stock picker as some of you here are, but I do like to occasionally beat my breast and howl about a stock that I think is a good buy.

    My first "lob" is IMCL.

    Many of you know that I am really behind this one. Well, keep a sharp eye on it heading into this weekend. It has the potential of breaking huge in one direction or the other. My guess is to the upside, although the majority of the move may not occur until next week.

    IMCL is my largest holding right now. I also own some June $40 calls.
    óRob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob
    .......but I do like to occasionally beat my breast and howl.......
    oooooo! me too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Stock Girl
    oooooo! me too!

    Ohhhyea....She's hot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Websman
    Ohhhyea....She's hot!
    WoW! Ain't she!.... A welcome sight around here don'tcha think? WELCOME to the forum Stock Girl!

    Rockin'Rob! I look forward to your HUUUUGE!!!! thread dude!
    BEEF!... it's whats for dinner!

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    I noticed Stock Girl is in LA.

    I live on the West Side...Guess I could always have 2 Trading partners...Doug(IIC)
    "Trade What Is Happening...Not What You Think Is Gonna Happen"

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    Stock Girl,
    If you post a picture of yourself diving off a yacht I might donate to your favorite charity.

    billyjoe

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    Arrow IMCL Rating per IBD

    ImClone IMCL
    Stock's Diagnosis

    Technical Rating (91 = A-)
    Group's Technical Rating (67 = C)
    Fundamental Rating (80 = B)
    Group's Fundamental Rating (50 = D+)
    Attractiveness Rating (88 = B+)


    Imclone Systems Inc's Rank within the Medical-Biomed/Biotech Group

    Overall Rank: 6th out of 273 stocks
    Technical Rank: 9th out of 273 stocks
    Fundamental Rank: 15th out of 273 stocks
    Attractiveness Rank: 18th out of 273 stocks


    Top 5 Companies in the Medical-Biomed/ Biotech Group Stocks Above $10 - Sorted By Best Overall Rating

    Lifecell Corp LIFC*
    Celgene Corp CELG
    Gilead Sciences Inc GILD
    Cambridge Antibody Adr CATG
    Gen-Probe Inc GPRO



    *I bought a bunch of LIFC in early 2000 for 4.75, held it for about a year, got tired of it and sold it for a loss. It closed at 27.51 today, 479% above where I bought it. I hate when that happens.
    óRob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob
    Thanks, your hugeness!

    I am not as prolific a stock picker as some of you here are, but I do like to occasionally beat my breast and howl about a stock that I think is a good buy.

    My first "lob" is IMCL.

    Many of you know that I am really behind this one. Well, keep a sharp eye on it heading into this weekend. It has the potential of breaking huge in one direction or the other. My guess is to the upside, although the majority of the move may not occur until next week.

    IMCL is my largest holding right now. I also own some June $40 calls.
    Your first post is IMCL--what a surprise! lol
    Yeah, IMCL has a mildly bullish chart . . .still lots of overhead resistance left from the $85+ peak of a year ago, but on the rebound. If you don't beat yourself to death, there's a good possibility you could make some money here.
    Biggest obstacle here is the sector . . . D+

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    Arrow Russkies Like TV Too

    I was just checking out the WSJ, and found a story about a Russian TV network that just IPO'd yesterday. This baby opened yesterday at $14 and closed 21.4% higher at $17. The ticker is CTCM if you feel like you want to take a flyer on it. I probably won't, but it'll be interesting to watch. Here's the story:

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    CTC Media trims its IPO
    By Lynn Cowan
    2 June 2006
    The Wall Street Journal Europe

    A Russian television network whose hit show is "Born Not Pretty" attracted investors in the U.S. markets Thursday by cutting the size of its IPO and lowering the price.

    The initial public offering of stock in CTC Media Inc. of Moscow raised $346 million, compared with the $529 million it hoped to command at the high end of its original price range. The company sold 24.7 million shares, or 4.7 million less than expected, and the deal was priced at $14, below the original expected range of $16 to $18 a share, which was set by underwriters Morgan Stanley and Deutsche Bank AG.

    In midafternoon Nasdaq Stock Market trading, the shares rose to $15.55, up 11% from the IPO price.

    CTC operates two networks on Russian television: CTC Network and Domashny ("Home") Network, which focuses on shows for women. Combined, the two networks' Russian advertising market share was 13.6% in 2005. "Born Not Pretty" is based on the Latin American drama series "Betty la Fea."

    All of CTC's revenue comes from advertising. Russia's television advertising market in general has been rising, as has CTC's share of the market. In 2005, its operating revenue rose 53% to $237.5 million, and net income rose 21% to $57.3 million.

    Russian legislation has been adopted that will reduce the permitted amount of advertising time. The company warns in its prospectus that ad-rate increases might not offset the decrease that results from the loss of ad time.

    The IPO price cut may have been affected by the deal's structure, which included a high level of private owners selling some of their stakes.
    óRob

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