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    Default The Gobble Gobble Data Dump

    Here's a brand new data dump chock full of winning stocks....which ones do you like?:

    ACLS ADBE AEIS ALDW ALGN ALRM AMAT AMP ANET APH ASGN ASMIY ASPU ATHM AVY AXTI BABA BAP BASI BERY BGCP BURL BYD CAMT CBAN CBG CBOE CGNX CMD CNC CNIT COHR COR CPRT CRM CTRL CYD DAIO DAN DLAKY DQ DSWL EDUC ENPH ESIO ESNT ESQ FANH FB FCAU FIVE FIZZ FNRN FOR FRBK FSBW GDEN GDOT GILT GLGI GRUB GTN GWRE HD HLG HLT HPJ HTHT IBP ICHR IIVI IOTS IPGP IRS ISRG IVFH JASO KGJI KRO LLNW LOMA LPAD LRCX MAR MFGP MHO MNST MOGOF MPB MSCI MTG MTR MU NC NKTR NL NMIH NOVT NRG NSP NULM NVDA NVR OLED ORBK OVLY PAYC PDEX PENN PETS PHM PLCE PLNT PLPM PMBC PPC PPHM PRAH PXLW PYPL QNST RADA RBS RH RHT ROST SAFM SBBX SEIC SGC SIEB SINA SITE SIVB SJT SKYW SORL SPCB SPLK SQ STM SUPV TEAM THO TOL TREE TRT TRU TSN TSSI TTGT TXN URI VHI VMW WGO WSTL XCRA XNET YY ZAIS ZTS
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    ARREF, IVFH both look solid for the immediate short term

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vixtt View Post
    ARREF, IVFH both look solid for the immediate short term
    Well IVFH is up the 15%

    ARREF is down but the chart still looks solid for the short term

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    NVDA is my favorite based on the chart. With the exception of the December pull-back, it is a beauty.
    Math doesn't lie, but people do.

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    ANET is a good possibility. Low debt and a good company in a good and growing business (supplying the cloud based businesses).
    Math doesn't lie, but people do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blindsquirrel View Post
    ANET is a good possibility. Low debt and a good company in a good and growing business (supplying the cloud based businesses).
    I think ANET is an unlikely pick, since it was the pick prior to the last one, and we're still holding it... still, it's at a better price point now, and you could probably do worse than doubling up on this one.

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    ARREF up 25% as of today

    Quote Originally Posted by Vixtt View Post
    Well IVFH is up the 15%

    ARREF is down but the chart still looks solid for the short term

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    I might buy all of them

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    That is indeed logical.

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