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    Default The College Bowl Top 5

    Here are your finalists. I'll buy one of these within the next two days. Which one do you like, and why?

    ACRG.OB ARLP CME CRDN MPX
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    Default Thanks For Your Post On Both Ibd And Here

    THANKS for posting these stocks. I will check them out and see if I can pick the one you do. I am almost certain I cannot do it. Why? Because you are the best I have ever seen in picking winners. Keep it up!!

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    Default I'll take ARLP

    Only because I bought it when you highlighted it a month ago. You went with MCRI, but ARLP has held up pretty well while other energy-related stocks have taken a pounding. I should have gone with MPX months ago when they made one of your other Final Five. CME can't go up forever (can it?) and it looks like we're a day late with CRDN.

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    ACRG.OB sounds good to me

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    Thumbs up I like ARLP best

    Quote Originally Posted by buckhunter
    Only because I bought it when you highlighted it a month ago. You went with MCRI, but ARLP has held up pretty well while other energy-related stocks have taken a pounding. I should have gone with MPX months ago when they made one of your other Final Five. CME can't go up forever (can it?) and it looks like we're a day late with CRDN.
    Out of these 5, I'd say ARLP is the surest to hit the 15%, but I don't think it'll be the fastest to do it. I should have bought it last time, when I saw it trading at 60, and I might pick it up here anyway, as it's still a great value- and paying 4% as well.

    By the way, ARLP has been in your last 3 top 5. First time was 30% ago ($51)!

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    Im going with MPX, my pops is going to buy a boat next spring. I want a Mastercraft, but boats are hot right now.

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    Red face Arlp

    I like ARLP. It looks as through there's plenty left in this stock, and with a P/E of 16, it seems a bargain. And, like jiesen says, a 4% dividend ain't too bad.

    Rounded P/E ratios:

    ACRG.OB - 9
    ARLP - 16
    CME - 40
    CRDN - 40
    MPX - 33

    I don't know to judge the bb stock, so I would probably stay away from it.

    ARLP is what I would pick, but what do I know?
    Happy investing,
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrmarket
    ACRG.OB
    Is that ACR Group, Inc?

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    Default Yup

    Quote Originally Posted by Gatorper
    Is that ACR Group, Inc?
    Yes it is. What are your thoughts regarding this stock?
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    Quote Originally Posted by df21084
    Yes it is. What are your thoughts regarding this stock?
    Well...for one thing, I really like its chart, its valuation and its earnings and revenue growth. These guys seem to know how to make a buck.

    It looks like a $$$MR. MARKET$$$ stock to me (but so do the other 4!!)
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