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No truer statement as what you said in your article, "Yet as you've probably learned if you've been investing for more than a few days now, nothing is ever simple in the world of stock picking."

It looks like from the chart that 1998 to 2001 was irrational exuberance. Just from looking at the chart, I would interpret that Home depot is around fair value today.

From your screen you have a list of some vey interesting companies. I would be cautious with Seaspan, though. The container ship fleet may be going through a similar drought like the drybulkers as there will be an oversupply of ships. IMHO.

And I believe I just got POST #100

Woo Hoo!!!!
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