Mike Arnold
Value, growth at reasonable price, long only, tech

Orange Is The New Green

Orange may be the new black in the world of TV series, but Orange is the new green in the stock market.

Shares of French telecommunications provider Orange (NYSE:ORAN) ("Orange" or "the company") have rallied to the tune of 51% since hitting fresh multi-year lows in July 2013. While it's hard to recommend shares that have run so far, so quick, it is my opinion that Orange is still presenting investors a compelling asymmetric risk/reward situation. One way to limit risk is to set limit orders to pick up shares on any pullback caused by the shenanigans going on inside the Beltway.

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