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Author: zenbro Three stars, 500 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 54  
Subject: Re: Price Drop Date: 1/9/2004 5:51 PM
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I am waiting with you for an answer to: Is this an artificial drop? Ie. Shall I buy more shares to balance the drop and gain more when it comes back to normal?

Just my opinion, but:
I'm leery of GDYS now. The market has been on an upswing, but this stock has not participated in the last month or so.
I like the fact that it sells moderately priced merchandise, because I think that is always a viable market. But I also think that sooner or
later the American consumer is going to have to rein in their spending.
Gasoline and heating fuels are going up in price, and that has a proportionally higher effect on moderate income people, which I think is
the customer that GDYS is targetting. So they'll have less money to spend.
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