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Quick-Hit Earnings Trades #9

05.19.2009

Dear Friend,

First off, I want to thank everyone who submitted comments about their Quick-Hit Earnings Trades experience. I have to admit that I’m still going through the hundreds of emails, but so far it seems that you like our strategy and are once again enjoying the thrill of investing by digging out trades with the potential to make money in a short amount of time.

Here are just a few of the comments I’ve received:

“The Quick Hits segment is AWESOME. Thank you. I open it every time, before any others.” -D.G.

“Love the recommendations during earnings season—PLEASE keep ‘em comin.” -L.G

“I think this is a great idea. Keep it going.” S.C.

I know that some of you had concerns that you weren’t making as much money as you had hoped. That’s why we’re being so selective with our exit points. I did tell you to sell Marvel (MVL) for about a 10% gain and to take partial profits in Graham (GHM) when it was up about 24%. We have not yet sold our positions in Illumina (ILMN), Myriad (MYGN), Panera (PNRA), Dolby (DLB), Buckle (BKE) or AutoZone (AZO). While not all of our stocks have been winners out of the gate, I don’t see any reason why we can’t sell all of these positions for a gain in the coming weeks.

I’ll be sure to tell you the moment comes to pull the trigger and lock in gains. I’ve been warning you that Dolby will likely be the next sell on our list. The stock is up about 2.5% since I recommended it, and we just need one more boost to get us our double-digit gains. We also have three companies reporting earnings in the next two weeks that should bolster our returns. So keep checking your email each Tuesday and Thursday for my specific sell instructions.

Now, we took a break from buying last Thursday. The end of earnings season is here, and the pool of quality companies to choose from is very small. But as you know, sometimes the best is always saved for last. I have a new trade for you today that capitalizes on the sudden resurgence of frugality among consumers. This could very well be our last trade of the season, so don’t miss it!

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