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I have to laugh at EBAY on that list, that stock has been flat FOR A DANG YEAR, how does it make your top ten?
A comment about Stock Scouter et al freebies:
The MSN Stock Scouter ratings--of course--are NOT fool-proof, though very useful.
I compare Scouter ratings with "Rooters" surveys of analysts.
The NASDAQ website also has (no fee) easy access to ratings by theories of gurus (Peter Lynch, Ben Graham and others) and analysts' specific chart/technical metrics.
And I sometimes try to look at other handicappers on the web, such as SEEKING ALPHA, free
I certainly do not regard all stock behavior as a science, but the above resources are almost better than throwing darts.
FRBK has lived up this Spring to its 10 rating of months ago. If there are any more penny stocks (below $5) found, that make, say, 8, 9, and/or especially a 10 rating, do not hesitate publishing the sleeper. Hoping of course that whatever had kept the price down, doesn't return as a hungry bear. Anybody seeing this know why the bank's stock price was approximately $3 not that long ago. It's now
approximately $5+, so perhaps some funds/institutions can accumulate.
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