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Louis Navellier reported in the weekly hotline (October 14, 2000) for his Blue Chip Growth newsletter:

"Cree (CREE) is the one that had the good earnings but warned that the margins will level off. DO not expect too much more growth from it. I think Cree is a pretty good stock. I would nibble on it right now. It should recover soon."

Isn't there a confusion here between gros margins and earnings growth? Also, implies CREE is a mature business ...

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