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Author: Turtlicious Big red star, 1000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 109  
Subject: What's new? Date: 10/14/2003 11:28 PM
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Lear Stock is approaching that $65/share price predicted in August. Here is a summary of some media covered events pushing the price advances.

Sept. 30 - Coverage initiated by Bear Stearns at Outperform

Oct. 2 - Upgraded by UBS from neutral to buy

Oct. 9 - Coverage initiated by Thomas Weisel at Outperform

Oct. 14 - MOODY'S RAISES LEAR'S RATING OUTLOOK TO POSITIVE FROM STABLE; CONFIRMS Ba1 LONG-TERM DEBT RATING
http://biz.yahoo.com/rf/031014/manufacturing_lear_moodys_1.html



Vitals from Yahoo! Finance 10/14/03.

Current price: 62.04

KEY STATISTICS
Forward P/E (1 yr): 10.19
P/S (ttm): 0.27
Div Date: N/A
Ex-Div: N/A
More Key Statistics...

ANALYST
EPS Est (current year): 5.45
EPS Est (current quarter): 1.02
Avg Rec (current)*: 2.2
PEG Ratio: 1.07



In summary: Lear has been discovered. It has now gone from a sleepy little cyclical, barely covered and rarely noticed, to the latest toy of the big boys. I'm sure we'll be seeing higher prices for Lear in the future but also a lot more volatility.

I think this media coverage is what is responsible for the nearly $10 price jump we've seen over the last month. Lear is a good stock, and a great company, what effect will this new level of attention have? Let's hope it's all good.




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