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the US economy is NOT going to survive another four years, might want to try a differnet tack here
maybe buy some ammo, some freeze dried food, and some garden seeds
Stockscouter's methodology is a bit like the ESPN analysts picking the World Series winner after the 7th game. Their typical stock picks have already outperformed in order to achieve their coveted benchmark status, which leaves less potential for significant growth.
Just ask yourself...how often do champions repeat? Not often enough to make it worth your time or money, unless you're only interested in the dividend dole.
IT SEEMS THAT WHEN SO CALLED INTELLIGENT GURUS SPEAK,
THE LESS COMMON SENSE THEY USE.
What are you crazy - buy stocks.. More like safe your money.. Obamanation is here. If you were smart - I'd save. You can quote that. Talk to you in four years
THE REASON JOHN DEERE HAS PROFIT IS BECAUSE IN THE LAST TEN YEARS THE NUMBER OF DEALERS HAS DROPPED IS ALLOWING THE EXISTING DEALERS TO CHARGE WHATEVER PRICE THEY WOULD LIKE TO. A SPECIFIC PART NUMBER THAT I BOUGHT WHEN THERE WERE MORE DEALERS AT $24 , I WAS QUOTED BY THE ONLY DEALER WITHIN 50 MILES WAS $156.00. THE PART IS ONLY A SHEET OF STEEL WEIGHING LESS THAT 3LBS. THIS IS JUST ONE EXAMPLE. BELTS AND OTHER PARTS ARE ALSO OVERPRICED. A HOOD FOR A LAWN MOWER IS MORE THAN $400.00. OK I AM THROUGH RANTING NOW.
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