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October 14, 2009 – Comments (8) | RELATED TICKERS: CNO , MNI , OMN

On 9/15/09, I made a list of 13 stocks I said will have a 50% gain (each one of them) within 3 months or less (see the original post here).

Today, MNI is up 56.6% since I created the list on /15/09. One down...

Here is the update for the rest of the stocks from my 50% list (as of 3:15 PM):

OMN  up 47.3%

BLC   up 28.7%

FTWR  up 30.0%

ODP   up 25.2%

CNO  up 24.1%

BPOP  up 18.9%

NNBR  up 17.3%

TA    up 10.4%

PWAV   up 6.9%

THC  up 4.0%

CPE  down 1.4%

CMRG  down 12.2%

 

The whole 50% portfolio up 19.6% (if same amount of money invested in each stock)

S&P 500 up 3.9%

 

 

8 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On October 14, 2009 at 3:33 PM, dragonLZ (99.57) wrote:

Found an error: FTWR is up 28.0%, not 30%.

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#2) On October 14, 2009 at 4:10 PM, dare1182 (< 20) wrote:

hey Dragon

 first CPE is up 14% today..nice call.... second for those of us who might have missed this huge run on media stock, is it too late to buy in now,should we wait for a pull back first, or should we shift our attention to other stock picks??

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#3) On October 14, 2009 at 5:04 PM, jason2713 (< 20) wrote:

very nicely done man, hats off to your picks.

lets hope you keep going, keep the suggestions coming. :)

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#4) On October 14, 2009 at 9:05 PM, jatt22 (44.14) wrote:

thanks  man  i  bought  FTWR .   exactly  da  day  u  put  dat   50 % up  post  after  reading  ur  post  cuz  it  was looking  good  dat  day  @ 1.02  around  5000 shares  sold  2500 today @  1.58  make  all ma money  back  an  now  riding  just  profit  .  thanks  an  good  luck  

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#5) On October 14, 2009 at 9:51 PM, dragonLZ (99.57) wrote:

Thanks everybody. I'm happy for all who were able to profit from these picks.

I like the fact that TA jumped 20% today as I very much believe in this stock. Today, TA was the second stock after CNO to make the top 5 list on the CAPS front page. Nice...

CPE did nicely as well, jumping 15%, but still in red since I made the list.   dare, good call, perfect timing on your buy 2 days ago...

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#6) On October 14, 2009 at 10:17 PM, dragonLZ (99.57) wrote:

dare, back to your question about the media stocks: I think this is just the beginning. I think many of them will easily (short term) double from here: GTN, MNI, BLC, SBGI, LEE,....

Mid to long term, many of them will be 5-baggers, imo.

In RL, I own MNI, GTN, LEE, and GCI.

Take MNI, for example. It is at $4.02, and it used to be a $70 stock. 

After cost-cutting measures taken through this recession and more revenue coming from their websites like CareerBuilder.com, cars.com, etc., I think they might even be making more money in the future than they did in the past.

Am I suggesting MNI is gonna be a $70 again? No, but imo, it should be at least $15-$20, making it an easy 4 or 5-bagger from here (in 12 - 18 months).

Again, just my opinion, I'm no expert by any means...

p.s. There are a few cheaper media stocks (below $2) like, which might be a little riskier, but might end up being 10-baggers.

p.s.2  MNI is reporting tomorrow morning. I was afraid to double my position in MNI today (I was planning on it a few days ago) just because MNI was up 50% during the last 5 trading days. However, if I like the news tomorrow morning, I will definitely pull the trigger (even if MNI is up 10-15% by that time).

GOOD LUCK EVERYBODY!

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#7) On October 14, 2009 at 10:32 PM, dragonLZ (99.57) wrote:

One more thing:

As you all already know the Volume Story, take a look at this chart.

I'm convinced there is a good reason (good for us I mean) why right now the volume is the highest ever...

p.s. In case MNI is down tomorrow, I'll wait a few days just so it cools off, then I'll be the buyer again...

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#8) On October 14, 2009 at 10:52 PM, pastordisaster (< 20) wrote:

Amazing job so far, wow.

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