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    Default The Allentown Top 5

    My next winner will come from one of these 5 beauties...which one do you like?:

    CRM CYD MPAA RAX TQNT
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    Default Crm

    CRM Although an expensive stock.....it looks poised to jump an easy 15%

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    Default Crm

    I don't have the 2010 earnings from CYD or TQNT, but looking '07->'08->'09 earnings, neither pass muster when looking at net income. Neither does MPAA. Maybe it's just where I'm getting my info. CRM's earnings have been growing much better than RAX's. CRM earnings have been just about doubling each of the past 3 years.

    Since I love the earnings and the earnings growth, I like CRM.

    MPAA makes me think of Motion Picture Association of America too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by em26jamie View Post
    I don't have the 2010 earnings from CYD or TQNT, but looking '07->'08->'09 earnings, neither pass muster when looking at net income. Neither does MPAA. Maybe it's just where I'm getting my info. CRM's earnings have been growing much better than RAX's. CRM earnings have been just about doubling each of the past 3 years.

    Since I love the earnings and the earnings growth, I like CRM.

    MPAA makes me think of Motion Picture Association of America too.

    Net income isn't always the best gauge for earnings....just sayin'
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    Mr.Market,
    I've always been suspicious of CRM. Marc Benioff could sell maggot infested crumpets to the Queen of England, but what exactly is their business in layman's terms? Is it the next big thing or the next big scam?

    ----------------billy

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    TQNT gets my vote. Chip makers seem to be doing rather well, Samsung is using their chips and this one has lots of institutional support. It's bordering on new highs and that too is a good sign. Beautiful chart

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    TQNT has been good for awhile. I had some $12 Jan Calls. I currently have some $14 Feb calls.

    Salesforce is a machine. I remember when it was in the 90's at the end of summer. I kept waiting for a pull back to get in and it just kept going up and up, and now it's at 140 bucks, lol

    MPAA CYD and RAX are solid with great charts. I don't think you can go wrong with any of them. I will stick with TQNT since I have the 14 Feb calls.
    Best,
    Steel
    It's time to Grab the Bull by the Horns!

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    Steel,
    You know I like TQNT. Have been holding since 7.05 so the only worry is how much gas is left in the tank.

    -------------billy

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    Default I vote for CRM

    That loudmouth Cramer on CNBC loves CRM. He's had the CEO on his show recently. Cramer has been telling everyone that this stock is going to keep going up.

    I know that Cramer is no $$MR MARKET$$, but Cramer oftentimes will be talking about the same stocks that $$MM$$ has already picked. He may even be a cleverly disguised member of this forum.

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    buckhunter,
    Cramer also said about 3 years ago that SHLD (sears holding) was the next Berkshire Hathaway. He's like the girl with the little curl on her forehead. When he's bad he's horrid.

    --------------billy

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