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in an article entitled, "The Fattening of Youth Can Fatten Your Portfolio." When Versace made this recommendation, shares of Hanesbrands were trading at $7.96. The stock closed Friday at $12.76. Subscribers who followed Versace's advice netted a 60.3% gain.

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Signet Jewelers

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to subscribers in an article entitled, "Tech Companies Top Net/Nets." When Heller made the recommendation, Signet Jewelers shares were trading at $7.71. The stock closed Friday at $15.37, giving subscribers who followed Heller's recommendation a 107% gain.

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Forest City Enterprises

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to subscribers in an article entitled, "The Coming Value Party." Forest City shares closed March 10 at $4.67. The stock closed Friday at $8.57, giving subscribers who followed Melvin's advice an 83.5% return.

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ATP Oil and Gas

(ATPG)

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