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Thanks for the advice, but here's my situation;

As info, this guru recommended SVU on Dec 16, 2011 when it was @ $7.22 and said it would reach $14 within 2 years. I bought but it soon tanked and I sold on Jun 4 for a loss of $4,882.80.

He maintained it was still a buy so waiting my 30 days, I bot again on Jul 26 and sold eight days later for a gain of $4,316.98 (but still down $565.82).

Bot again on Aug 17 and sold Oct 22 for $1396.10 gain. So
now ahead $830.28. And, am sitting on unrealized gains of $8,970!

So, the guru says it still is a “buy,” and yes I will hang on until the guru says sell. I make my best money on a beaten down stocks like SVU that the guru continues to say, “buy.”

And best of all, the guru recommends just one undervalued stock a month. Seldom holds for more than two years. So he is easy to follow. I live on the west coast and went to the Money Show in Chicago earlier this year just to hear the guru speak. I wanted to ask if I should put all my money in just his stocks. He said no! “Not sufficient diversification.”

I was impressed.

Here’s my guru;
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