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March 13, 2012 – Comments (7) | RELATED TICKERS: GEOY.DL

I gave you the hint here:

http://msncaps.fool.com/Blogs/geoeye-inc-nasdaq-geoy/710193?&mrr=0.13

Now here's the writing on the wall that will send this jewel upward for at least a 40% gain.

IMO of course.

Please complete your own D&D

http://msn.fool.com/investing/general/2012/03/13/geoeye-crushes-earnings-estimates.aspx?logvisit=y&source=eedmsnlnk0010001&published=2012-03-13

http://money.msn.com/business-news/article.aspx?feed=PR&date=20120312&id=14882032

 

 

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#1) On March 14, 2012 at 12:16 PM, papageorgio123 (< 20) wrote:

This is an eve/eve double bottom. Close above 25.05 is breakout to 200 DMA, being the first meaningful resistance. Cheers to all, bought $30K today at 23.29, still looks good even at that price after the runup yesterday. Should it go down, I have another $70K waiting. Something tells me I'm not the only one. That's what we call support (not when I have a stash for averaging down, but when someone with $1B+ does). Wish I got in yesterday, but so do many others, might consolidate long enough for the RSI to avoid reflecting overbought before hitting the 200 DMA. MFI reflects a bottom on Mar 8th. MACD getting better.

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#2) On March 14, 2012 at 12:18 PM, papageorgio123 (< 20) wrote:

http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=GEOY&p=D&b=5&g=0&id=p17297245781

http://www.thepatternsite.com/eedb.html

forgot the links... nice post anyways, thanks.

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#3) On March 14, 2012 at 1:05 PM, lemoneater (80.61) wrote:

Tagit, this is off the topic, but I just wanted you to know that I'm still praying for you and your wife as she goes through chemo.

I go for my 5th treatment tomorrow. My 6th is my last one. The Onc. is glad that I'm doing so well. Both CAPS and my day job seem to be keeping my brain sharp. I'm still as strange as I always was :)

Take care! 

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#4) On March 14, 2012 at 3:35 PM, Tagit (46.70) wrote:

Lemoneater

Thanks and I've been praying for you and your family as well. It's very comforting to know there's folks out there we've never met showing support for each other and you have mine and I know teacherman is in the same camp.

I'm glad to here you're doing better and your near the end of the chemo treatments. My wife had her last one a couple of weeks ago and she's just now starting to get some of her taste buds back. (Which I'm not sure that's a good thing because I've been doing all the cooking)  Ha Ha.

Happy to here you're keeping the ole brain sharp and there's nothing wrong with being strange/you. :)

Heck...I'm a little strange myself :)

Cheers and fool on!

 

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#5) On March 14, 2012 at 4:21 PM, lemoneater (80.61) wrote:

Congrats to your wife! Give her a hug from me. Very glad that she is getting her taste back. I'm sure your cooking is fine. Just find a few specialities and capitalize on them :) 

My taste buds seem to come and go so I will be glad to have them back to stay so that water and ice will taste good again. Amen!

Yes, I was so concerned about losing cognitive skills and having it affect my work, but I still can talk, file, and read as fast as ever.

I'm strange because instead of simply telling family and friends I'm okay I will write the following:

On Being a Chicken (an excerpt)

Chickens have frequently figured in literature. Chaucer even devoted one of the Canterbury Tales to them The Nun's Priest's Tale. The rooster who rejoiced in the name of Chanticleer was extremely vain, but very frightened of being eaten by a fox much to the disapproval of his down-to-earth, unimaginative wife Pertolete. Unfortunately, over the years the reputation of the chicken has worsened from being merely fearful to having outright cowardice.  

Today I wish to set the record straight. Chickens can have no fear. When we lived in WV, we had big white chickens roaming the yard who looked to be permanently in molt since they were always more than a few feathers short of beauty. I was not fond of these ugly birds, but one day the flock amazed me by rapidly attacking and killing a big copperhead trying to get into the yard from the stream.  I like tales with morals so I draw the following:  

*Freedom to range brings the responsibility to be alert to danger.

*Fight danger together as a team: wing to wing and beak to beak.

*Above all be a brave chicken!

Cluck, cluck!

Probably being strange helps us to be contrarian investors who spot opportunities that the rest of the market often ignores :) Have a great week!

 

 

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#6) On March 14, 2012 at 5:09 PM, Tagit (46.70) wrote:

Very well written.....that made me chuckle. I'll give the wife that hug. I'm sending her this link now; I know she'll want to read it.

U hang in there...

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#7) On March 15, 2012 at 12:54 PM, Tagit (46.70) wrote:

papageorgio123

Forgot to say good luck. As always please complete your own D&D and thanks for sharing the links.

Fool on

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