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Latasha here :)
Latasha here :)
Mon, 6 Nov 2006 22:47:01 +0480
What's the first rule of investing? Buy low sell high!
Yesterday, market forces caused our top pick (EGLY) to close
down on the day. This gives our members the perfect
opportunity to pick some up on the cheap before the big
Ever-Glory International (EGLY)
Here's the latest news:
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA-(MARKET WIRE)-Nov 6, 2006 - 9:45am-
The Relationship between Ever-Glory and Disney's Agent is
going well, with Orders Recorded in Excess of $100,000 for
First Half of 2006.
We believe that having such a relationship with Disney is a
huge window of opportunity which could lead to extremely
large contracts. Go EGLY!
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA-(MARKET WIRE)-Nov 1, 2006 10:16pm-
Ever-Glory International Group, a multinational enterprise
specializing in garment manufacturing and exports, has
expanded the scope of its business in 2006, wherein the first
half of the year, completed orders from a single customer,
C&A, totaled a staggering US$5.6 Million.
This is just ONE customer! Many others have placed large
orders this quarter.
August 8th - $2mil order from Matalan
July 25th - $500k order from Debenhams
July 10th - $1mil order from OTTO
Please check all these figures with your favorite source.
EGLY is the great deal! We are expecting third quarter
numbers to be out soon and are telling all of our members to
take a position in before the data hits the street. These
fortuitous figures are going to shock the market and send
this one way up!
Give yourself the chance to come out WAY ahead here.
Fortune favors the bold!Also news are
CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts (AP) -- The past few years have shown that U.S.
government intelligence goes only so far. One of the biggest challenges is
recognizing vital information in foreign languages -- and acting quickly on it.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) -- Google Inc. is set to begin helping customers buy
advertisements in 50 U.S. newspapers in a test of how the Web search leader can
extend its business into offline media, the company said on Sunday.
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