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Hi everyone,

this is my first post. I just finished the TMF Investment Guide and I'm slowly learning about stocks. It's an exciting process.

One of the things I found is that SCSS has been recently added (like this week) to the Foolish 8 on Quicken.com. In your experience, is that a good way to look for possible investment opportunities (aside from the products you use everyday) or are the price levels too high by the time the stock makes it to Quicken? For example, what would you say about SCSS? I'm not yet technically proficient enough to decide whether the valuation is right at the current price level ($25) but I like everything I've heard so far in terms of investing in the company as a business.

Any help is appreciated.
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