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Strategies & Market Trends : Value Investing

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To: Shane M who wrote (40983)1/8/2011 11:29:56 PM
From: richardred  Read Replies (2) of 69639
 
Hi Shane: I can understand your fear and the fear of others. This, when dealing with thinly traded or illiquid value stocks. I deal with this a lot, as I take some big risks in small caps. I've mentioned a few even smaller and more illiquid stocks on this board. AIRT & QEPC. QEPC has since become a pink sheet company. I still own it. I've been in and out of AIRT. Back in some currently. finance.yahoo.com messages.finance.yahoo.com . I've seen another pink sheet company mentioned on this board called Armanino Foods. It was first brought to my attention by morokko65 Message 21367236

On these type of companies. I always use limit orders, but I'm sure you already know this. I am only a retail individual investor. If I want to buy a large amount, or sell a large amount. I will put orders in piece meal. HOTCHKIS & WILEY once owned 188,700 of UFPT shares, bought under 7. They have since sold out. I still like the company prospects. Of coarse, if things don't live up to expectations. Things could get ugly quite quickly. It seems a few analysts and firms are currently taking a liking to it. It's a hold for me currently with the balance I have left.

One company I currently like, that's quite bigger is SHLM. The company just disappointed with earnings, but guidance wasn't cut for the year. I'd be interested in your opinion on this one. If you have one? IMO In this current market it's getting harder to find value. IMO it still looks to be a value.

Rick
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