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Player Avatar kayceygirl (84.82) Submitted: 8/14/2010 1:29:08 AM : Outperform Start Price: $11.99 BBSI Score: +198.30

This is one of my STARZ.
Here is the thought process on this STAR:
a) Divided rate over Zero
b) 3 Year Beta between -5 & +3
c) 15% + Insider ownership
d) No greater than -50% Growth rate for the last 3 years (tought= last couple of years so goo that insiders are still owning the stocks)
e) Current CAPS rating between 3 Stars & 5 Stars
Open to all Industries and Sectors screened this down to just 250 stocks. I like round numbers. 12 of them I already own through other screening tools. I tend to be somewhat conservative but looking for 3 things at this point in my investing:
1. Stability & Strength
2. Yield and Modest Growth
3. Strong Position within a sector regardless of whether the entire sector is strong or not. Each sector has to perform to some degree for the whole world economy to function. I am looking for 5 or more years down the road, ROI, and Growth.
Not looking for rockets, just stars. This is a Star!!

Member Avatar piggy60 (< 20) Submitted: 11/27/2013 12:08:01 PM
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I bought this at $15.83 and I'm up well over 400%. This is not a star, it has been a rocket. But is it time to sell. The stock has dropped 11% off it's high. The P/E is a bit pricey for my liking; however, it is still in the 20's. Wall St. has buy/strong buy on it despite the red high stock price appreciation (and that scares me!). I've seen nothing in MF to suggest selling. On the positive, we are just beginning to see a jobs recovery and it is being fueled by temp work. This is right up the BBSI ally. I think there may be more room, for at least another two years for this baby. Once Obamacare becomes the new normal, and business one again try to figure out how to make some money despite it, The "need" for BBSI and others will begin to wane. But by then, this could be 100 bagger (i.e.: 1000% up). Right now, I'm targeting $100 as my sell price ... we'll see when it gets there.

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