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Subject: Re: Sell Amazon? Date: 9/7/2012 4:30 PM
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Hi Tony,

I think my next post will answer your first question :)

As for question number 2, here are the stocks on my Tier 1 watch list:


I actually look at a lot more stocks than the ones on this list, but these are the businesses that have many of the traits that I look for in a Tier 1 enterprise.

I've also been thinking of introducing some short positions into Tier 1. Here is my watch list of (Bottom Tier?) companies. That's not as catchy as Tier 1 so we'll have to work on that :) But my research into potential shorts is in its very preliminary stages, so please do not short these companies based soley on this simple list:

BBY (if the buyout offer fails)

What companies are you watching?

-Joe T
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