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Average returns on rotis's ratings:

Rating Avg. Return Annualized Key:
- : rated buy, stock went down
+ : rated sell, stock went up
+/- : rated hold
+ : rated buy, stock went up
- : rated sell, stock went down
buy +38.39%(over an avg. of 3256.00 days) +4.30%
hold -41.11%(over an avg. of 6099.00 days) -2.46%


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-- PLB --
PLB Dec. 15 2004, 9:14 PM ET
Rating changed on
Feb. 8 2005, 1:59 PM ET
by rotis (view profile) rating: Buy
PLB performance:
Price near date of rating (12/15/2004): 20.37
Price near end of rating (02/08/2005): 26.11

Gain/Loss over 55 days: +5.74 +28.18% Annualized Gain/Loss: +187.01%
Low-carb diets are on the wane. Now is the time to bulk up on this pasta stock which has underperformed for a few years. They had manufacturing problems this year but the problems are behind them now. Of primary competitors, 3 are private and one is in BK. They recently reported weak results which gives one a good entry point. More of a longer-term play but that is what we are used to here as we wait for 3 year anniversaries.

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PLB Feb. 8 2005, 1:59 PM ET by rotis (view profile) rating: Hold
PLB performance:
Price near date of rating (02/08/2005): 26.11
Recent price (09/24/2008): 15.00
Price change: -11.11
Dividends collected: 0.376

Gain/Loss over 6099 days: -10.73 -41.11% Annualized Gain/Loss: -2.46%
Low-carb diets are on the wane. Now is the time to bulk up on this pasta stock which has underperformed for a few years. They had manufacturing problems this year but the problems are behind them now. Of primary competitors, 3 are private and one is in BK. They recently reported weak results which gives one a good entry point. More of a longer-term play but that is what we are used to here as we wait for 3 year anniversaries.

Up 30% in a month and a half. The easy coin has been made on this. I change the rating to a hold.

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-- SYNF --
SYNF Feb. 16 2004, 3:35 PM ET by rotis (view profile) rating: Buy
SYNF performance:
Price near date of rating (02/17/2004): 10.70
Recent price (10/05/2007): 15.22
Price change: +4.52
Dividends collected: 0.68

Gain/Loss over 6457 days: +5.20 +48.60% Annualized Gain/Loss: +2.75%
I'm a large holder and don't expect to sell for at least a year. In that time I expect mgt to improve earnings as new branch expenses and conversion are behind them. With improved earnings I expect them to start trading at price to book levels closer to their peers. $14+ a share at the end of 2004. One of the few chances to buy a well located, growing thrift with a well-positioned loan portfolio and experienced mgt at such a price to book discount to peers.

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