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    Default The Thunder Top 5

    Here are my 5 favorite stocks from the most recent data dump:

    ASO BOOT CUBI ECPG RILY

    Which one do you like? and why??

    I will buy one of these in the days ahead...
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    I think we've already got enough banks in the... bank. That leaves just ASO and BOOT, but I'm not so into boots... so ASO it is, I suppose.

    Really, there's a lot to like about ASO. (And if I weren't an anti-boot kind of guy, BOOT doesn't look so bad, either... it's sure got a rockin momentum going for it)
    But ASO's financials are super solid, and they've been beating estimates like nobody's business. This one should be money in the bank.

    Also, don't mess with Texas!

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    I like adding community banks, so CUBI is my pick (based on rising interest rates)
    I am also intrigued by RILY and may pick some of that up too.

    Some don't like boots; and generally speaking, even though i have missed a few rides in the sector, I try my best to stay away from brick/mortar Retail (except HD).

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    I like ASO and RILY.

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    RILY would be my choice. The chart looks ominous.

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    I like ASO

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