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Well, I am here too. It looks like we could be hitting $20 sooner rather than later with the upward movement they showed today. With the market going down people will be looking to invest in stocks with good financials and low P/Es. CVTI fits the bill! It would not suprise me for these guys to hit $20 in the next couple of weeks. I will probably hold on to the until they get into the $22 - $24 range.

Another stock you might be interested in is SGI. They have had terrible financials over the last 2 or 3 years but they changed their whole management a year or so back and they are starting to get things moving in the right direction again. They had positive earnings for the first time last quarter in quite a while and their company is still not "fine tuned". I believe the management knows where the weaknesses are and are not afraid to make the necessary adjustments to get the company running full throttle again. Rick Beluzzo is the new CEO and he has a philosphy that he brought to SGI and it is, "Under promise and Outperform". All of the "experts" believe that SGI will earn -.05 next quarter. Well, that is what the thought this quarter and they made .12 . With that in mind ask yourself this question, "What will happen if SGI makes .12 again?" I personally believe that the price of the stock will go WAY up! I know SGI equipment and they are the best in the buisness when it comes to working with computer graphics so their products are solid. It has been lack of good leadership that has held this company back and I beleive they now have the last piece of the puzzle to make them a good investment.

Onward and Upward!
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