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I started watching this stock (which I found through CAPS) when it was at $29. The more I looked at it, the more I wanted to buy a piece. But unfortunately, I didn't have the money to buy in at the time, and had to wait a few weeks. By that time, it was $44. I was nervous about the price point, but just thought I'd change my investing strategy on this one to a more short-term trade if it had any momentum left. Well, yesterday it hit $60 in mid-day trading, so I guess the bullish view on GROW hasn't quite run out of steam yet.

With a 30% profit in about a month, it's pretty tempting to take some profits, and I might do that because I'm starting to get a little more nervous about a pullback. But I'll definitely keep a good portion so tat if it dips back below my initial entry point I can hopefully see some additional gains down the road if their performance continues to impress.

Best of luck to all who are along on this ride!

-Alan
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