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I have been fairly impressed with Casey's General Stores, which is still working on moving higher in the stock price, which is in the best year ever in the last ten years that Wall Street can backtrack. In 10 years, CASY has almost reached 200% more this year than in 1998.
Investors who climbed on at the beginning are starting to pay off, but it is not too late for investors to jump on now.
Market forecasts show that Casey's might overdo their 2007 performance and perhaps jump $15-$20 more in 2008.
What the market forecasts did not reveal was a possibility of a market slump. This year, the worst damage done was a $2.50 drop early in the year.
Regardless if it drops a little bit or it increases to $30-$32 by year-end, I'd jump on now before it's too late.
Jakeleonard 12:23, December 10, 2007 (PST)