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6,358 posts
msg #70430
Ignore TheRumpledOne
1/6/2009 6:56:55 PM


You Have 72 Hours to Snap Up
This $5 Car Stock
Before Earnings Drive It Up to $15!

(Yes, I said car stock)

I’ll make this quick—we don’t have much time.

You stand to make between 48% and 133% in the 7 days surrounding this tiny, tiny auto company’s earnings announcement.

We have, according to the calculations supplied by Navellier Research, 72 hours in which to establish our positions.

But we must buy carefully, or it will take off like a pocket rocket.

During the equivalent earnings season in 2007, it beat estimates by 3 cents—and jumped 48% in 5 trading days.

And during last earnings season, when it came in with 45 cents to the expected 20, it soared 133%—IN TEN DAYS!
So, as you can tell, this company is very, very sensitive to earnings surprises. And the surprise it’s about to lay on Wall Street, where analysts project a lowball 14 cents in earnings, the surprise is a stunner.

Oh Come On, Louis—
A CAR Company?

Yes, I understand. But this company basically has one customer: The military.

And the military, in case you missed it, is moving back into Afghanistan, big-time.

Stabilizing the country and crushing the Taliban (again) is one of Barack Obama’s top priorities. Up to 60,000 U.S. and NATO troops are likely to be deployed in Afghanistan this spring.

Armored vehicles—$7 billion-worth of them—are on order, and our tiny automaker will demonstrate the benefit of these contracts at their upcoming earnings announcement in a few days. We’re looking at an order backlog of 12 months here, even with 3 shifts and expanded factories.

Eat Your Heart Out, Detroit

The 3 lonely Wall Street analysts who are even aware of the stock were recently shocked when the company began a huge buyback plan, but the reason for it is clear: Management knows how crazy-undervalued the stock is at 10 times 2009’s earnings!

Quantum Growth is in the business of finding the right stocks at the right time.

Ceradyne makes body armor and, at the start of the latest Iraq conflict, the company was besieged with orders. The stock soared 85% in 4 months.

Taser was a very similar play—up 68% for Quantum Growth subscribers in 10 weeks.

Another military contractor, troop carrier World Air, handed us 45% clear profit in 9 weeks.

I love these stocks: the government rarely cancels, always pays, usually comes back for more.

What’s the Name
of This Incredible Stock?

This isn’t just a Quantum stock. Mind you, that in itself is quite an achievement, since barely one stock in 200 ever achieves that status.

This isn’t just a tiny, undiscovered, $5 Quantum gem, ready to leap to $15 on jaw-dropping earnings news in a few days.

Yes, it is all that, but it is ALSO

6,358 posts
msg #70431
Ignore TheRumpledOne
1/6/2009 6:57:49 PM

apply to Sector(AUTOMOTIVE)
add column industry
add column sector

close above 5
close below 6

Then go to and look up earnings...

6,358 posts
msg #70432
Ignore TheRumpledOne
1/6/2009 6:58:34 PM

"And during last earnings season, when it came in with 45 cents to the expected 20, it soared 133%—IN TEN DAYS! "

Earnings Releases
SPAR Q4 2008 Q4 2008 Spartan Motors Earnings Release $ 0.13 n/a $ 0.25 9-Feb-09 - 19-Feb-09
SPAR Q3 2008 Q3 2008 Spartan Motors Earnings Release $ 0.20 $ 0.45 $ 0.08 23-Oct-08 BMO

SPAR is the company

43 posts
msg #70438
Ignore stratigf
1/6/2009 8:54:06 PM

eh TRO,

Did you e-mail them back?

7 posts
msg #70439
Ignore lynnchismod
1/7/2009 7:05:16 AM

So, do you think the 13 cent projected earnings
has already taken into account the 17 cent drop
predicted due to this $6 million fine?

excerpt from Dec 18, 2008 press release:

The plea agreement and civil settlement will conclude the investigation conducted by the U.S. Attorney's Office in South Carolina into the Company's military business involving a former Spartan independent contractor. Spartan initially reported news of the investigation in January 2008. As a result of the fine, Spartan Motors will record a $6.0 million one-time charge in its fourth quarter 2008 results, reducing its net earnings by approximately $0.17 per share.

... and The Gov is going to Give orders to companies who settle and
plead guilty to kickbacks?

...but hey, this is America!

2,817 posts
msg #70497
Ignore chetron
1/8/2009 5:39:45 PM

SPAR is up at least the .17 it lost to the charge, since tro's posting.


6,358 posts
msg #70500
Ignore TheRumpledOne
1/8/2009 9:55:08 PM

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67 posts
msg #70742
Ignore chip
1/16/2009 10:54:07 AM

Another email in my inbox from the same guy:

So Should You

Last year, the world’s most famous investor took big bites out of Norfolk Southern, Union Pacific and Burlington Northern.

Freight volume’s down, the economy’s in the ditch and fuel prices are up, so what does Buffett know that you don’t?

Rail: A Power Play

Rail stocks are a 3-way power-play.

Only the Best!

Right now, barely 1 stock in 300 is even worth considering.

Inflation, high levels of debt, volatility, earnings slowdowns, shrinking margins, deteriorating fundamentals or just horrible volatility are battering over 98% of the nearly 5,000 stocks we track every day!

What about the other 2%?

They are simply: The best.

They RADIATE ceaseless growth, way into the future.

The economy is bringing customers to their doors every day.

In a world where nothing is certain, the power of these stocks to build your wealth and to lay a sound foundation for your own future is profound and seemingly inevitable.

You must SHUN stocks that do not measure up to this gold standard.

You must EMBRACE those precious few stocks that you can count on.

Make sure here.
First, rail is super efficient—4 times more efficient than trucks. A train can haul one ton of freight 423 miles on one gallon of diesel.

Second, rail’s big cargo is coal. Half the country’s electricity comes in the form of coal, and 65% of that is hauled by rail.

Third, rail is the only way ethanol can be transported since it cannot be piped. Eighty new ethanol plants are planned to be built alongside rail tracks, adding 12 billion gallons of freight to the rails in the next 20 months.

Better yet, railroad managers are getting smarter at their jobs—speeding up transit times by as much as 10% and boosting fuel efficiency by 3%. This isn’t happening anywhere else in shipping.

That’s why we’re seeing railroads revise their earnings estimate upwards. Union Pacific, a top Blue Chip Growth buy, beat estimates soundly in the last quarter and revised estimates upwards for 2009. That puts the stock at less than 10 times 2009’s earnings—a steal.

But, Good as Union Pacific
Is, You Can Do Better!

Union Pacific was up 17% in 2 weeks recently, showing that this traditional slow-coach has really got some get-up-and-go. Nevertheless, this is not my favorite rail stock right now.

This railroad reports earnings on January 20, what’s impressive is the company’s earnings momentum. Wall Street is thirsty for earnings momentum the way a lost tribe in the desert is thirsty for water.

Buy this top rail stock this week before earnings are announced.


A quick check here on SF & you see there are 16 Railroad companies. shows only 1 reporting next Tuesday -- CSX. I'm in.

2,817 posts
msg #70746
Ignore chetron
1/16/2009 11:06:54 AM

nice work, chip.

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