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Old 03-18-2009, 01:23 PM   #29
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So, which stocks did you invest in?

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Old 03-18-2009, 01:53 PM   #30
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I published a list in this forum that I and a few friends made. I bought 7 stocks from that list that I felt were the most undervalued and most likely to bounce back. Only one stock today was down in a general market downturn. I have a potential profit for all 7 stocks if I were to sell today which will not happen.

If you just bought AIG and JAVA you would have doubled your money. Obviously those were two I bought along with Fleetwood and Monaco so you have 4 of the 7.
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Old 03-18-2009, 04:55 PM   #31
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RV makers as penny stocks

Buying penny stocks on the pink sheets, is considered very risky. That's
still the same with RV makers. Also, the prices is low, but you need to
consider the commision. Look also at the spread, between bid and ask.
A large ususally spread means, many sellers and few, or no buyers. It
can be hard to get accuare info, on whats going on, so rumors abound.

I use to be a stock broker, so believe me. There is a lot of junk on the pink sheets and a lot of suckers looking to make a quick buck, but few ever do. It's possible those RV makers will make a comeback, but with
the debt they have.....very unlikely.....save your money!

THO and WGO, maybe a different story. At least I see a comeback, at
those two RV makers a much greater possiblity!
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Old 03-18-2009, 06:19 PM   #32
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I couldn't agree with you more. Fleetwood and Monaco just recently became penny stocks. Thor and Winnebago might soon join them. I risked $80 and $100 to buy these stocks, something I can afford and I have looked at their debt and their debt structure and also cash on hand. My trading fee was $12 for each.

I also tend not to listen to stock brokers. All of them I know are still working.
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Does anyone know why Fleetwood changed it's symbol from FLTWQ to FLTWE and what does this mean. Jim
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They just did it and I am not sure why except that it better represents the company name Fleetwood Enterprises. Some boards are still using the old, some new.
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On 3/11 I bought 8 stocks for $2100

Today at market close their value was $4100. I think it is time to buy value stocks that are low.
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That's the beauty of this bull market that we've had lately, it makes all of our decisions look brilliant.

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That's the beauty of this bull market that we've had lately, it makes all of our decisions look brilliant.

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Only if you take part and if you had made the right decision.
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Does anyone know the symbol for country coaches? Jim
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They are private not public, they have no symbol!
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They are part of National RV Holdings and are in chapter 11. You can find their stock under this symbol.

NRVHQ.PK
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Found National RV Holdings it said they sold off Country Coaches in 2007. They do not report stock values before that.
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Stock Symbol: Country Coach Llc


It is privately held.
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