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    Default Choices, Choices...

    I have narrowed my choices of my next investment to a number of stocks. I was wondering which of these you guys liked and why.

    WSTC, GIL, TSAI, JLG, DGIN

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    Quote Originally Posted by OmahaInvestor
    I have narrowed my choices of my next investment to a number of stocks. I was wondering which of these you guys liked and why.

    WSTC, GIL, TSAI, JLG, DGIN
    I'd give GIL a default recommendation, as it also made the $$MM top 5.

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    Here's a chart on this one: probably not the time to buy. But if the red line fails, it is ripe for a short. Really.

    Last edited by New-born baby; 09-17-2005 at 08:31 PM.

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    TSAI

    interesting chart. I don't see a super good entry on it right now. I know nothing about the company.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OmahaInvestor
    I have narrowed my choices of my next investment to a number of stocks. I was wondering which of these you guys liked and why.

    WSTC, GIL, TSAI, JLG, DGIN
    My question for you:
    Why do you like these stocks? I assume it is not the chart that moved you to select them, and that probably your study of their bottom line has prompted their selection. So what is it about these that you like?

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    You like DGIN the best? REally?? Breaking support on high volume IS NOT a good sign and if this thing break's friday's lows (50dma) it's going dowwwwnnnn!

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    Technically speaking, GIL & TSAI are in the best shape, just look for a good entry.

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