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May 16, 2009 – Comments (12) | RELATED TICKERS: KAZ.DL2 , ITI , BSMD.DL

I thought it would be interesting to have everyone comment and share ideas on high growth stocks for the next year and beyond.

I will get the ball rolling by suggesting KAZ, ITI, and BSMD

All Contributions of 1-5 high growth stocks or stocks to keep an eye on in the coming year are welcome (as long as they have some logic to them and aren't random picks).

Also a nice addition would be adding a pitch to each of the picks, or an overall opinion of the market and your view of where it is going next week, next month, next year, and next 5 years+ 

Every Saturday night I plan to have a CAPS Collaboration in a different sector, until all are exhausted, then cycle them through again.

-Westcoast777 

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#1) On May 16, 2009 at 10:42 PM, biggestfool88 (< 20) wrote:

Come on really? No comments so far?

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#2) On May 16, 2009 at 10:49 PM, portefeuille (99.65) wrote:

SNDK, SQNM, ELN, CDE, IDT.

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#3) On May 17, 2009 at 3:08 AM, checklist34 (99.73) wrote:

right now i don't do growth stocks, i do survival stocks.

one of my key parameters for betting on a company is a plausible, probable upside thesis.  there has to be a reason the shares will appreciate in value.

betting on growth is complex, intricate, and difficult.  It requires, ideally, prescience.  I am not prescient.

I am, though, willing to bet with statistics.  Statistically speaking, the best bets coming out of wildly bearish markets are small caps with small share prices that don't go broke.  So thats what I look for, not growth.

right now, and especialy (maybe)in 2 wks when the market is more in the toilet, i'm looking for cmpanies that will 2-5x their PPS if they simply survive.  And then i'm looking for companies in that situation with highly likely odds of survivla.

folks, chasing growth in this market is a bit out htere, imo.  ASH was never in great risk of BK, nor hardly, and it was priced for a 10 bagger at its bottom.  Not a 10 bagger if it does something epic.  But a 10 bagger if it simply returns to a decent fraction of what it was.

Why chase shooting stars and gamble on predictions of the future when you can bet on practically sure things for now?

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#4) On May 17, 2009 at 4:27 AM, prose976 (< 20) wrote:

I'm invested in all of my Fool Picks for 10% gains or better over the next rolling quarter or so.  Every time I add to my Fool portfolio, you know I've added to my real portfolio.  Only difference is that oftentimes I've sold before I have an opportunity to end my pick here at the Fool.  These are not necessarily long term growth picks, but percentage growth picks.  I'd rather make 10% on $5000 10 times than wait for the elusive 10-bagger (if you know what I mean).  You need to know how to mitigate short-term losses and put in the time to search for stocks and trade in and out of them prudently.  I hope this helps with your collaboration idea.  I think social investing/trading is an excellent way to go.  The more collaboration we have, the better we are able to guage where to put our money to profit over the long term.

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#5) On May 17, 2009 at 7:03 PM, goldminingXpert (29.52) wrote:

JAG for sure. How much growth you want? I love SYT and it is still growing pretty quickly in the face of a worldwide depression.

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#6) On November 06, 2009 at 4:03 PM, IlluminatInvest (65.53) wrote:

I love ITI as well, but my favorite is ACTS since it is trading at less than cash despite having a projected growth rate of 25%.

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#7) On November 06, 2009 at 4:23 PM, portefeuille (99.65) wrote:

SNDK, SQNM, ELN, CDE, IDT.

SNDK 13.90 -> 20.83 (ca. +49.86%),
SQNM 3.03 -> 3.23 (ca. +6.60%),
ELN 6.61 -> 6.50 (ca. -1.66%),
CDE 13.70 -> 22.27 (ca. +62.55%),
IDT 1.54 -> 3.82 (ca. +148.05%),

average ca. +53.08%,
S&P 500 index 882.88 -> 1069.30 (ca. +21.11%).

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#8) On March 19, 2010 at 10:52 AM, portefeuille (99.65) wrote:

#2,7

SNDK 13.90 -> 32.20 (ca. +131.65%),
SQNM 3.03 -> 5.46 (ca. +80.20%),
ELN 6.61 -> 7.30 (ca. +10.44%),
CDE 13.70 -> 15.61 (ca. +13.94%),
IDT 1.54 -> 6.83 (ca. +343.51%),

average ca. +115.95%,
S&P 500 index 882.88 -> 1161.21 (ca. +31.53%).

 

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#9) On April 16, 2010 at 3:39 AM, portefeuille (99.65) wrote:

#2,7,8

update.

SNDK 13.90 -> 38.63 (ca. +177.91%),
SQNM 3.03 -> 5.89 (ca. +94.39%),
ELN 6.61 -> 7.76 (ca. +17.4%),
CDE 13.70 -> 16.92 (ca. +23.5%),
IDT 1.54 -> 7.37 (ca. +378.57%),

average ca. +138.36%,
S&P 500 index 882.88 -> 1211.67 (ca. +37.24%).

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#10) On July 23, 2010 at 6:56 PM, portefeuille (99.65) wrote:

#2,7,8,9

update.

SNDK 13.90 -> 41.43 (ca. +198.06%),
SQNM 3.03 -> 5.84 (ca. +92.74%),
ELN 6.61 -> 4.79 (ca. -27.53%),
CDE 13.70 -> 15.47 (ca. +12.94%),
IDT 1.54 -> 17.27 (ca. +1021.43%),

average ca. +259.52%,
S&P 500 index 882.88 -> 1102.66 (ca. +24.89%).

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#11) On November 17, 2010 at 4:09 PM, portefeuille (99.65) wrote:

#2,7,8,9,10

update.

SNDK 13.90 -> 37.93 (ca. +172.88%),
SQNM 3.03 -> 7.01 (ca. +131.35%),
ELN 6.61 -> 5.50 (ca. -16.94%),
CDE 13.70 -> 22.19 (ca. 61.97%),
IDT 1.54 -> 22.22 (ca. +1342.86%),

average ca. +338.42%,
S&P 500 index 882.88 -> 1178.59 (ca. +33.49%).

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#12) On April 08, 2011 at 10:55 PM, portefeuille (99.65) wrote:

#2,7,8,9,10,11

update.

SNDK 13.90 -> 46.77 (≈ +236.47%),
SQNM 3.03 -> 6.88 (≈ +127.06%),
ELN 6.61 -> 7.87 (≈ +19.06%),
CDE 13.70 -> 36.69 (≈ +167.81%),
IDT 1.54 -> 29.61 (≈ +1822.73%),

average ≈ +474.63%,
S&P 500 index 882.88 -> 1328.17 (≈ +50.44%).

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