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i used to like Motley Fool, til they got into the shorting game..

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A positive article from IBD today,

http://www.investors.com/editorial/IBDArticles.asp?artsec=7&issue=20070606

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Thanks, Minkybodl, I was exasperated today with the two negative articles. Nice to see a well balanced, fair article.

Not sure how the market will react to the "third quarter" comment. Even though that is only next month, seems everyone is fickle lately.

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The plot thickens.....


Force Protection Offers to Double Blast-Resistant Truck Output
2007-06-07 10:15 (New York)


By Edmond Lococo
June 7 (Bloomberg) -- Force Protection Inc., a maker of mine-resistant trucks, has offered a plan to the U.S. military to
double output during the next 18 months to speed delivery of the vehicles to troops in Iraq.

The company offered to produce a total of 12,000 of the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles, or MRAPs, by the end of 2008 through a joint venture with General Dynamics Corp., Michael
Aldrich, a vice president of Ladson, South Carolina-based Force Protection said in an interview today.

Reaching the target would require boosting manufacturing to 800 vehicles a month, compared with current plans for 400, Aldrich said. U.S. forces suffered in May their deadliest month
in Iraq since November 2004, and Defense Secretary Robert Gates said May 9 that faster acquisition of blast-resistant trucks is
the Pentagon's top procurement priority.

Force Protection has received the second-largest order for the trucks to date: a $481.4 million contract for 1,000 of the
vehicles awarded in April. It produces the trucks through its joint venture with Falls Church, Virginia-based General Dynamics.
The largest MRAP order so far went to Navistar International Corp. in Warrenville, Illinois, last month for $623 million to
build 1,200 trucks.

Force Protection won't raise output without additional military contracts, Aldrich said.

``It would be improper for a publicly traded company to ramp up on its own initiative and spend a lot of shareholder money possibly in the wrong direction,'' Aldrich said.

U.S. Marine Corps spokesman Bill Johnson-Miles said he didn't immediately have information on the production plan.

Shares of Force Protection gained $1, or 4.2 percent, to $25.12 at 10:04 a.m. in Nasdaq Stock Market composite trading.
Before today, they had risen 39 percent so far this year.

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New Motley Fool mention:

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June 7, 2007


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15.3%

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**
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**
5.1%
15.0%

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i got out at 26 on the way up and am now looking to get back in. anyone know whats up with this one today? why the drop.

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well im back in at 22.60. jo let me know if you plan to use the revese midas touch.

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I actually did sell a small amount at a loss for $24.50 the other day. But the reverse midas touch didn't work. And I really wanted it to for the rest of my shares. My account is seriously bleeding.

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What happened today to drop it back under $22?
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Jo mustve bought back in.

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quote:
Originally posted by PCola77:
What happened today to drop it back under $22?

I dunno, but an entry looked too good to not pass up. Back in at 21.75
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WTF is going on?? No news again, just selling. Maybe http://www.defenselink.mil/contracts/ will tell us more after 5pm?

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I'm not positive if this is why, but I was considering buying the stock this morning until I looked at the Acc/Dist last night. It broke under its low for the last 6 months yesterday. So, I decided against buying it luckily. Thats about the only thing on the chart that I saw that broke down until today. I hope it rebounds though, cuz my dad owns some. GLTA

Try to make it back in CRWN, thats where I'm puttin my money on monday if it keeps looking good.

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And for people looking to get in this stock, I think $18 is a good entry point for when this stock will start to bounce. GLTA
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making a comeback run

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Can't believe I am "happy" about seeing $23.00 right now.

And yes, Tim, that drop was caused by my 23.80 purchase two days ago.

I should've mentioned this morning that I sold SPAR at $34.00. (now $34.70)

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SPAR $35.16

Shoulda sold FRPT instead.

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LoL jo.

I am done myself, im convinced there is no stock market and its all a scam.

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http://bigcapitaladvisors.********.com/

FRPT gets Whacked: It's Time To Scale Back In

Force Protection is doing just fine thank you. Revenues & profits are growing at over 300% compounded annually. They make the worlds gold standard of MRAP vehicles.

The demand for MRAPS is growing exponentially to the point where the entire MRAP pie has grown from a few thousand vehicles to around 23,000 vehicles. In addition FRPT's Cheetah is the odds on leader in the race to replace all the 170,000 Humvees around the world

So what the heck has caused FRPT's price to hit an all time high of $31 only to drop to $23.88? The simple answer is fear of competition.
Early this year we were told that nine companies would be supplying their vehicles to the DOD's Aberdeen IED testing grounds. It was understood at the time that FRPT's vehicles had a technological moat around them that all but BAE systems (to some extent) could not overcome.

Now that the testing period is over, we will find out just how wide that moat is. In my opinion, FRPT's technological moat is insurmountable. However, that might not matter to our Defense Department because even at FRPT's great growth rate, FRPT can not possibly produce all the MRAPs required to protect our troops. As a consequence, the armed services might have to order some lesser quality vehicles from FRPT's competitors. Hopefully these vehicles will be able to protect our troops. Let's face it, anything is better than a Humvee.

We know that FRPT has continued to ramp up production and has guaranteed that with GD they can produce over 12,000 vehicles by December 2008. FRPT's management has repeatedly stated that the DOD has told them that they will get all the orders that they can produce. That all but insures that FRPT's revenues will more than triple again, exceeding $2 billion in 2008.

So now back down to Earth with my analysis. FRPT is growing faster than any company in America and will get contracts for all the vehicles they can produce. In all reality, the Defense Department has no choice in the matter, because they can not afford to fool around with our troop's lives.
Nevertheless, it is obvious that other contractors will be given some business. The confusion caused by the recent lull in orders, the stock market's wipeout, some insider sales, and the award of a large contract to NAV has caused a shakeout in FRPT's share price.

It is my belief that NAV will have a hard time proving that it can deliver high quality MRAPs on time. There is something fishy about how the NAV contract was awarded out of the blue with the aid of Senator Trent Lott. It is also my understanding that BAE systems is having a hard time passing the tests at Aberdeen.


It should be noted that in past times of war, the DOD has ordered other contractors to produce the DOD's preferred vehicle. Hence, it would be logical for the military to force all vendors to use FRPT's technology under a licensing or subcontract arrangement with FRPT

In short, it's time to fasten your seat belts because many major questions are going to be answered by month's end. Next week we have the GD investor conference. On June 21st FRPT will hold it's annual meeting. Lastly, we are about to hear from the DOD about who is going to be awarded MRAP contracts and how much of the pie FRPT is going to get.

Oh yes, there is the strong possibility that GD will buy FRPT lock stock & barrel. So it's time to scale back in to the portion of the FRPT shares that we sold in the high twenties.

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http://tools.thestreet.com/tsc/quotes.html?pg=qcn&guid={AA1C7247-7377-4C24-9850- 1020AEEF938A}&symb=frpt&sid=1935031&orig=1&timer=

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Hey Livinonklendathu, did you get out yet?

Warning! I bought some more at $22.70 today. Surprisingly, I'm green on those so far.

Will be interesting to see what tommorrow will bring. GD Buyout rumors floating around, plus that GD news you posted.

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Gapping up.

(just wanted to see another thread besides CSHD on top! [Smile] )

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9:58AM Force Protection confirms that it is to Join the Russell 3000 Index (FRPT) 24.65 +0.80

http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/070613/nyw078.html?.v=100

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Yea, out last Thursday, back in again yesterday morning when it went green.
Stop set at 24.50 for now, needs to close above 25 or I'll be out eod.

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Melissa Davis again, but this time "just the facts":

http://www.thestreet.com/_yahoo/newsanalysis/manufacturing/10362316.html?cm_ven= YAHOO&cm_cat=FREE&cm_ite=NA

Index Invite Boosts Force Protection

By Melissa Davis
Senior Writer
6/13/2007 12:08 PM EDT

Force Protection (FRPT - Cramer's Take - Stockpickr) rolled higher Wednesday after the maker of blast-resistant military trucks said its stock will join the Russell 3000 index at the close of trading next Friday.

The Ladson, S.C., company said the move "is truly a milestone for our growing company." The Russell 3000 Index measures the performance of the 3,000 largest U.S. companies based on total market capitalization.
Shares rose $1.37 to $25.22.

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Intraday resistance in this area around 25.25ish, would be nice to close over it.

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Breaking resistance here at $25.40. Let's see if that holds. You might be "spending the night" Livinonkledathu.

BTW, what the heck does your name mean?

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Lol Jo. Klendathu is name of the bug planet from the movie Starship Troopers.

Stock is looking good here, might just have to camp out if it holds.

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Maybe I should sell what I bought yesterday, and send it shooting up.

Bug Planet, huh? Well, I wouldn't have ever figured that out.

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Nobody does, I think 2 or 3 since I've been on this board.

My stop is 24.75 now if that helps any.

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Got your sleeping bag, Livinonkledathu?

I'm resisting the urge to sell yesterdays shares right now at $26.00. Seems it always dips back down before the close and I could preserve a couple of hundred in gains, by selling and buying back. But then, there's that "jo effect".

Must...resist...urge..

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Just been upping my stop, takes the worry out of locking in the profits. Set at 25.25 now.

Close should be interesting.

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Shouldn't have resisted that urge. Could've sold at $26.00 and bought back at $25.50 (or lower?)

On 1,000 shares, that locks in $500.00 profit.

Oh well.

You gotta watch out with stops on FRPT, they'll swoop down and take them out and then go right back up again.

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Nice PR:

Force Protection Gains Ground - AP NEWS Wednesday June 13, 3:38 pm ET
http://biz.yahoo.com/ap/070613/force_protection_mover.html?.v=1
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Force Protection Gains Ground
Wednesday June 13, 3:38 pm ET
Force Protection Rises After Partner Increases Alabama Operations

NEW YORK (AP) -- Force Protection Inc. shares jumped Wednesday after an analyst said the maker of blast-protected vehicles is preparing to ramp up production.
Force Protection is filling a U.S. Marine Corps order for 1,000 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles. General Dynamics, which has a $244.5 million contract with Force Protection to help complete the order, said Tuesday it is adding 320 jobs and spending $2.6 million on two Alabama facilities connected to that contract.

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SunTrust Robinson Humphrey analyst Chris Donaghey said Force Protection is looking to increase its production, and will need to place some large orders to do so. He believes General Dynamics is expecting a larger contract, because the current one is too small to justify what it is spending.

"In our opinion, General Dynamics would not be making an investment in these facilities for a 1,000 vehicle contract and we believe this move by General Dynamics implies it expects to see significantly larger awards," the analyst wrote in a client note.

He maintained a "Buy" rating on Force Protection shares, noting that the stock has slipped 23.5 percent since touching a seven-year high on May 22.

Force Protection also said it is being added to the Russell 3000, an index of the 3000 largest publicly traded companies measured by market capitalization.

Shares of Force Protection rose $1.85, or 7.8 percent, to $25.70.

General Dynamics shares added 82 cents to $80.06.

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I'm out for now, nice 2 days.

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