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The buy-around prices are set when Tom or guest first recommends a stock. That price doesn't change unless the stock is recommended again time, in which case there would be a new recommended buy-in price. For example, take a look at BWLD (Buffalo Wings) on the scorecard, and you'll see that Tom has recommended it three times, on 7/04, 8/04, and 3/05, each time with a higher buy-in price.

Check out the When to Buy Hidden Gems and the Which HG to Buy Now? boards (to get the the HG boards, click on "Discuss" at the top of any Hidden Gems issue). TMF1000 always has good advice. You might start with these threads

http://boards.fool.com/Message.asp?mid=22027609&recscode=2
http://boards.fool.com/Message.asp?mid=22600311&recscode=2

Good luck!
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