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Re: BP at what price should we buy? Anyone waiting to load

Postby kfed » 13 Jul 2010, 02:26

Anyone trying this one day ride up 7% so far?

What about the attempted take over by Exxon or Chevron?
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Re: BP at what price should we buy? Anyone waiting to load

Postby Chewycorns » 13 Jul 2010, 11:46

I bought in at 31 dollars a few weeks ago and have been pleased with the 7 percent gain. Along with a few of my Canadian biotechs, they've been a few bright spots in a portfolio that has lost about 10 percent in the last month on China and US biotech. Still, for the longterm I'm still bullish on these stocks.
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