This is just a quick look, but I wonder if maybe seasonality is at play here too. After all, the huge season for retailers, even discounters, is holidays. Maybe the market knew this and we didn't factor it into our decision-making. Take a look at the 5-year and 10-year charts and it "appears" that GDYS takes a dip at the end of almost every year. I can't say it's a predictor of what will happen in the rest of 2004, but a drop through December and into January doesn't appear that unusual. Blitzen94(wishing he'd thought about this a month ago)http://quotes.fool.com/custom/fool/html-chart.asp?osymb=gdys&osymbols=gdys&symbols=gdys&currticker=GDYS&time=10yr&uf=0&compidx=aaaaa%7E0&ma=0&symb=gdys&freq=1dy&lf=1&comp=&type=128&sid=8106
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