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Friday, April 27, 2012

NEW Strong Buy Rating affirmed on Daktronics Inc. (DAKT)

Since launching this website in 2008 I have been committed to providing timely recommendations to my readers when extraordinary value is presented in the financial market. The following video illustrates why I am exuberant over the compelling value of one particular company.

We post ALL recommendations at Third party websites where they are Time-Stamped verified and cannot be tampered with after submitting. (The link below includes all recommendations made at since inception in June 2008 htp:// ). It is followed by my video commentary explaining my latest STRONG BUY rating on Daktronics Inc. (DAKT).

Under Armour (UA): 2/23/2009 closing price: $14.12

Today’s close: $97.59   + 691%

Ebay (EBAY): 2/23/2009 closing price: $11.53

Today’s close: $41.05    +356%

Tuesday Morning (TUES): 2/23/2009 closing price: .98 (cents) per share
Today’s close: $4.05    +413%

Daktronics (DAKT): 2/23/2009 closing price: $7.81 per share
Today’s Close:  $8.22      +5%       (with dividend yield of over 6%)                                               

Click Here to read the specific analysis on each company.

September 27, 2011 Recommendations:
Source: "An ideal allocation for a dismal Economy"
by Scott Ryan
 Select Sector SPDR Utilities ETF (Symbol: XLU) yielding over 4%.
9/27/2011 closing  price: $33.80
Today’s closing price: $35.49    +5%  (plus 4% dividend yield)

Microsoft (MSFT)
September 27, 2011 closing price: $25.67
Today’s closing price: $32.11    +25% (plus 3% dividend yield locked in at the 9/27/2012 price)

All investing involves risk.  Without knowing your specific asset allocation, age, goals, risk tolerance and other factors about your specific life situations, I do not recommend that any specific investor make a decision to invest solely on the fact that I am invested in Daktronics.  Take your normal precautions.

1 comment:

  1. Just a footnote - Daktronics was actually founded in 1968, not the 40s. Other than that, as a former employee I'm glad you are optimistic about their business however.