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Subject: GYMB: 2nd opinion, seasonality, etc Date: 1/29/2002 2:03 PM
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GYMB: 2nd opinion, seasonality, etc

2nd Opinion section
GYMB: Close as of week ending 1/25/02
http://thomsonfn.marketedge.com/Secop/GYMB.asp?refer=thomsonfn
About 1/2 way down the page is the Comment section:
Moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD) indicates a Bullish Trend.
Chart pattern indicates a Weak Upward Trend.
Relative Strength is Bullish.
Up/Down volume pattern indicates that the stock is under Accumulation.
The 50 day Moving Average is rising which is Bullish.
The 200 day Moving Average is rising which is Bullish.

One month chart:
http://www.thomsonfn.com/charting/cgi-bin/grphtml?frame=1+Month&index=&ticker=GYMB&threed=2&x=9&y=10

Feb. seasonality:
# Times GYMB Stock Price Increased in Feb = 6
# Times GYMB Stock Price Decreased in Feb = 1
Average Return for Feb = 12.1%
http://insider.thomsonfn.com/tfn/stocks.asp?imodule=seasonality&ticker=GYMB

GYMB mentioned 1/28/02 8:16:47 AM :
"... investment for investors. ...>> Gymboree is up 19 already this year. January is not over yet. >> correct. we've seen a definite shift in earnings within the consumer discretionary area from hard line retailers starting to be more choppy in terms of earnings, but retailers look timely in terms of earnings basis. >> higher-end retailers have been doing well of late and been getting more positive comments. do you look for bargains in the higher end? >> there are still strong comps for the next couple quarters. it depends on your outlook. if you're short-term oriented, they're very timely for the next three to six months. if you're looking out farther and want more juice, you should be looking tech because they're much stronger. >> brian belski, thanks for being with us. >> thanks for having me. >> good to see you. today's "sector spotlight," consumer products. >>"...
http://thomson.tveyes.com/lite/expand.asp?ticker=gymb&Station=BLOOM&LN=6627112
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