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    Default The Merry Christmas Top 5

    Here are my top 5 picks from the most recent data dump:

    AMTD EOG GIL LUFK QSII


    Which one do YOU like? I will buy one of these on Tuesday, December 27, 2006. Merry Christmas!
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    I don't even have to look them up...LUFK is one of my favorites...Doug(IIC)
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    The chart for GIL looks really good.

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    Mr. Market,
    Here's my opinion not that it's worth a whole lot.

    AMTD -- What's going to be hotter, oil, gas or trading stocks?

    QSII--- Health related. I always get burned by these stocks

    GIL----- Is too hyped up , running on fumes

    EOG---- Certainly good in the long run ,but is it good for the next few weeks

    LUFK--- I'd think drilling equipment would lead exploration at this point , so the winner is LUFK

    billyjoe

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    Again.... I pick LUFK.... Already started buying it too.
    BEEF!... it's whats for dinner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe

    GIL----- Is too hyped up , running on fumes
    I'd like for you to explain that when their earnings are growing at an astounding rate? The stock is up over 2000% since going public and up for more than 100% YTD. They are entering into new markets and have many new products. Next years estimates are in-line with allowing movement into the stock price? Is this just your own personal opinion or do you have factual evidence to back that statement up?

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    Omaha,
    Told you my opinion wasn't worth much. I'm just saying there's too much good news and media coverage on GIL therefore, the good news maybe already priced in. In the last week I've seen it mentioned prominently on CNN , Cramer, IBD, and now on this site. It may be too late. I'm reminded of AOB, DHB, TZOO and reports are that retailers started deep discounting earlier than usual this year. I'll admit GIL's been a great stock, but can it continue?

    billyjoe

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrmarket
    Here are my top 5 picks from the most recent data dump:

    AMTD EOG GIL LUFK QSII


    Which one do YOU like? I will buy one of these on Tuesday, December 27, 2006. Merry Christmas!
    Again some interesting choices in this group. Most of the criteria I use point toward LUFK. The only possible negative is P&F chart which warns of a Low Pole reversal. However, on a positive note, I can find no record of Cramer having recommended it. That seals it for me. My choice is LUFK.

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    Gatorman,
    Bad news, Cramer has recommended all of these one time or another with the exception of QSII. Go to www.booyahboyaudit.com and look.

    billyjoe

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    EOG has awesome weekly money flow and EW count. I think it's got at least 15% left in it, and that's all it needs. 2nd best is AMTD with its runaway gap with impulsive behavior.

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