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I think JCrew has had a serious run up I closed out for now to collect some points in CAPs.

Yes, it seems a bit shameful...for I want to improve my accuracy...and I am hoping companies like this one will have nice fluctuations to help get me there.

I've been thinking...humm, how can I get my accuracy back up there...and I may just have to trade on fluctuations of stocks I believe in for the long haul. A potentially dangerous game? eeegaads.

Must study retail harder. (I must say...probably famous last words...that I am always happy when I beat NetScribe Retail on a pick here or there...I mean hey, they are probably getting paid for what they do...and I'm, well I'm just me...playing around like a little wannabe Fool).

I do think J.Crew would be a pretty good investment for a few years out, but picking it up at today's prices? Hurummph.

I have to say though at the start of summer (when they were not running any major sales) I was in a store where the line was like Holiday shopping near Christmas time...and I have bought more there this year than ever before. Plus they gave us little bottles of water while we waited in line for checkout (did I mention this before? am I repeating myself?)...none-the-less...I was impressed.

Hummm...what will the next earnings report be like, I wonder.

What will the future be?

There's a place for Fools...(ok, name that tune :)'s gotten to that point of the day where I need to either eat or drink far less coffee).

Cheers Fooldom.


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