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There is literally nothing in its way of higher prices. Fri Sep 14, 3: Few investors like the pharmaceutical space at this point — or even healthcare as a whole. Traffic continues to decline, which pressures sales and has led to intense competition on price, hurting margins. None of the information constitutes an offer to buy or sell, or a promotion or recommendation of, any security, financial instrument or product or trading strategy, nor should it be taken as an indication or guarantee of any future performance, analysis, forecast or prediction. Just when I thought I had escaped its wrath, peering out of the small tubular sewer drain that I was hiding in — the stupid face of the dragon appeared and incinerated me — and then I woke up.

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To access our grading system — go to FreeStockAlgos. Fri Sep 14, Yes, we know Trump wants tariffs on Chinese goods. We know he will likely use the money gained from the tariffs for some pet project of his, such as paying off the debt. The president told aides to go ahead with tariffs, Bloomberg reported, citing four people familiar with the matter. I was going to either sell it or double down, so I decided to buy more. But, this sort of action has preceded many a rallies.

Once the sellers get flushed the fuck out and the weak hands have been executed, the stock can run in the wind, naked, cock out — strong.

Should I end up with a mammoth victory here, I will once again declare myself to be the greatest trader alive. Fri Sep 14, 9: Not to make excuses or anything, but I did make a really great French omelette, not color but yellow through and through.

I come back to the desk, 10 minutes into trading, and behold a harrowing decline in NIO — which is now halted due to retardation. I was tempted to say , but that shit was ridiculous. Plus, I think there should be a statute of limitations on talking about tapes and discussing another more than 10 years ago. I recently found myself talking to someone about the market and my time during the dot com era, this was after I wrote my two stories on the subject , and immediately felt embarrassed for talking about something so long ago.

Markets are gently higher in the pre-market and I hate to toot my horn over YI and NIO — but there is nothing you can do to stop them. Strong advice for you home gamers out there wasting away — learn how to cook.

Learn the processes and get at least 5 good recipes under your belts. This way, if you ever invite people to the house, you can feed them something other than pizza. Thu Sep 13, 3: There is literally nothing in its way of higher prices. The company stock has never been down. Thu Sep 13, 1: The trade languished and took 9 days to complete, far too long for a top hatted gent such as myself. Why should I care if the stock is higher from where I sold it?

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QTT gapped the fuck lower. Any improvements in production, or pricing, provide upside. In this market, recommending a restaurant owner — let alone a hot dog restaurant owner — might seem silly at best. NATH at the moment. NATH, too, has seen a sharp pullback of late. Fiscal Q3 earnings in February were solid. Foodservice sales similarly are increasing. The restaurant business has been choppier. But it remains profitable. YUM , among others, all of whom are getting well above-market multiples.

Investors would do well to buy NATH ahead of that report. Earnings growth should be solid for the foreseeable future, given rising Fed rates and a strong economy. BofA itself has executed nicely over the past few years. And tax reform and easing capital restrictions mean a big dividend hike could be on the way as well. The stock still trades at less than 11x EPS estimates. Unless the economy turns south quickly, that seems too cheap.

NTRI is another candidate to buy on a pullback. In a disappointing Q4 earnings release at the end of February, Nutrisystem disclosed a rough start to But marketing missteps led to poor results from Nutrisystem. Still, Nutrisystem is now priced almost as if growth is coming to an end for good. ROKU undoubtedly is the riskiest stock on this list. And there certainly is a case for caution. But management also detailed a really interesting future on the Q4 call. Margins in the platform segment are very attractive and should allow Roku to turn profitable relatively quickly.

International markets remain largely untapped. BC is due for a breakout. Despite a boating sector that has roared of late, BC — the industry leader — has been mostly left out. Over the last year, smaller manufacturers Marine Products Corp.

But Brunswick now is spinning that business off , returning to be a boating pure-play. Cyclical risk is worth noting, and there are questions as to whether millennials will have the same fervor for boating as their parents. Few investors like the pharmaceutical space at this point — or even healthcare as a whole. But amidst that negativity, Pfizer Inc. It trades at just 12x EPS, a multiple that suggests profits will stay basically flat in perpetuity.

To top it off, PFE offers a 3. Obviously, there are risks here. Drug pricing continues to be subject to political scrutiny though the spotlight seems to have dimmed of late. Revenue growth has flattened out of late. VMI offers a diversified portfolio — and across the board, business has been relatively weak of late. The irrigation business has been hit by years of declining farm income.

Support structures manufactured for utilities and highways have seen choppy demand due to uneven government spending. Yet that should start to change. Irrigation demand almost has to return at some point.

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