We all like to nab very small stocks just before they burst into a long growth phase strongly supported by solid fundamentals (as opposed to speculation). Unfortunately, for Clearfield (NASDAQ:CLFD) that was about four years ago (click on images to enlarge).
(click to enlarge) I actually did nab it at about $2.60 back in August 2010, but fumbled it away when it climbed to over $6 in 2011, underestimating its growth. I again nabbed it at $5.20 this February and promptly fumbled it away at $7.50 in May. Now at $13, the growth continues to dumbfound my technical instincts not to mention the computer algorithm I use that normally pegs under and over heated condition very well. It...
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