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Microcap & Penny Stocks : ARMF (Armanino Foods of Distinction)
AMNF 3.500-0.3%Oct 18 5:00 PM EST

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To: robert b furman who wrote (44)12/13/2017 12:32:47 PM
From: robert b furman  Read Replies (1) of 63
Armanino food of distinction does appear to be forming a slightly higher price level of consolidation:

Looks like the spike low of 2.16 is now 2.25.

A reasonable move considering their record earnings and revenue along with the new expansion to the plant which will boost efficiency.

Here's a family trade secret I'll share to any who view this thread:

My wife is 24 karat Italian.

The holiday season for her Italian family is that of Raviolis. In the good ole days that meant home made with a ravili roller and pasta making machine.

Sadly those days are now gone.

The family still goes to a small Italian grocery store in down town Chicago.

For the rest of us non italian folks that means Armanino's tortellinis and raviolis as well as meat balls is a hot item to spoil the family with during these Holidays near Christmas.

I'm predicting a record sale of Italian foods of distinction.

If we do get another record earnings and revenue from Q4 - I wouldn't be surprised to see 2.50 become the old 2.42 high od 10/14/17.

Note the flat line of Macd and a downward spike to the lower fast stochastic was the clue for a buy zone.

I've been guilty of being hard headed and wanting to pick some up below 2.20 and missed the one day dip to 2.22 on 11/21/17.

I'm going to bump up my average cost by a dime and hope to snag some in the 2.20 - 2.25 range.

Shhesh I'm getting bold eh?

If I don't post any more this year - Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all who enjoy this great little stock and company!

Bob and Jan Furman
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