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Subject: Re: FK: JcPenney's Date: 11/15/2012 9:17 PM
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Hi Rich Dad, I think you are right. They are catering to a new and
younger customer. Near me in Stockton Calif they have redone a
store and it is beautiful with all the colorss they are using, its
obviously been done to be attractive to the eye.
But Im an old guy who has shopped there for 40 years because of
the great sales deals and the very large mens department.
But there iss still money to be made on this company, I bought
when it hit bottom recently and sold out and did well on it. I was
tempted to buy back but held off, now I have a feeling its going
even lower. I dont think this company is going bankrupt but Im
looking for maybe 10 bucks and Im going to be buying back.
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