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RE: Sun Belt Stock watch 2017
(12-28-2017 12:57 AM)OsageJ Wrote:  
(12-27-2017 08:10 PM)TechRocks Wrote:  The Sun Belt is awesome. I especially love Louisiana and all things Cajun.

Hey mods any piece of crap that comes in here and consistently calls your conf belch should be shown the door. Hmmm...maybe the Cajun fans are right about other schools getting away with insults over and over.Never will figure why loser tech fans can get away with that. Sometimes I wished I still used bad language. At least you could ban someone. This guy does this every time he comes in here.

Nah, this guy was no bueno. I removed the post (and edited yours in a way I like to remove his post there as well). He received a warning and if he does it again he'll get the boot.
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12-28-2017 01:44 AM
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RE: Sun Belt Stock watch 2017
For me:

Buy: GSU, UL, GS, CCU, TXST, USA
Sell: ULM (still not convinced)
Hold: Arkansas State, Troy, App St.

I am looking more long term than short term on my stocks. I don’t get into short term market, because I know I would probably do horribly, so I look more long term. Short term, the folks wanting to sell App St & Troy are probably correct, because short term, you usually buy low and sell high, but there can be surprises, so that is why I look at long term. I see a lot of potential in my “buys” that look like good long term investments. However, I’m still not sold on ULM’s long term future. Troy, Arkansas State, and App St. look like good, solid investments to me. I don’t see them going further up, but I don’t see them being down for too long either.
12-28-2017 02:07 AM
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RE: Sun Belt Stock watch 2017
Buy: GSU, ULL, GS, TX St, USA

Hold: ASU, Troy, App St

Sell: ULM, CCU
12-28-2017 04:24 AM
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RE: Sun Belt Stock watch 2017
Buy double ULM for a short term windfall.

Blake Anderson's stock is relatively low, buy half short term.

Buy 1 unit of Georgia Southern for long term.

That is all . . .
12-28-2017 07:34 AM
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RE: Sun Belt Stock watch 2017
I'll buy a little of everybody and buy a lot of all teams not named Troy, App and ArkSt.
12-28-2017 07:37 AM
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RE: Sun Belt Stock watch 2017
(12-27-2017 07:31 PM)GSUALUM17 Wrote:  
(12-27-2017 07:18 PM)Crump1 Wrote:  
(12-27-2017 05:21 PM)panama Wrote:  
(12-27-2017 04:19 PM)ChooChoo Wrote:  
(12-27-2017 02:18 PM)Crump1 Wrote:  The football stadium is a remodel across town, right?

Nope, it's On Campus. Georgia State IS Downtown Atlanta. 40 buildings woven throughout the district's fabric. The stadium property is just a mile long extension from the epicenter. Were it not for a massive interchange and the state capitol building (the red marker) it would be contiguous. It's no less convenient than any other large urban campus. With the baseball stadium, convocation center/ Arena, additional classroom buildings, and dorms filling in the gaps, in 5 years it will be seamless between Downtown and Summerhill.
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How at this point he didn't know this...

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Sorry but I just know you took over a stadium that is not on campus and your campus is downtown.

Nope totally a walking distance from the student center to the GSU Stadium...which is why the Turner field purchase made sense...it integrated into our campus as if it was meant to be there.
It just doesn't seem like an on campus stadium when you look at walking under the interstate to get there but to be fair GSU just doesn't look like what I think of as a college campus. It may just be in my head but urban campuses are probably a harder sell to recruits and their families. Talking to people involved in recruiting over the years I would think that signing JC athletes and basketball recruits are the best bet for such a campus.

I am admittedly biased towards "college towns" after sharing a conference with UNT and the F_Us for years.
12-28-2017 10:40 AM
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RE: Sun Belt Stock watch 2017
(12-28-2017 01:44 AM)SkullyMaroo Wrote:  
(12-28-2017 12:57 AM)OsageJ Wrote:  
(12-27-2017 08:10 PM)TechRocks Wrote:  The Sun Belt is awesome. I especially love Louisiana and all things Cajun.

Hey mods any piece of crap that comes in here and consistently calls your conf belch should be shown the door. Hmmm...maybe the Cajun fans are right about other schools getting away with insults over and over.Never will figure why loser tech fans can get away with that. Sometimes I wished I still used bad language. At least you could ban someone. This guy does this every time he comes in here.

Nah, this guy was no bueno. I removed the post (and edited yours in a way I like to remove his post there as well). He received a warning and if he does it again he'll get the boot.

Thanks. I appreciate that.
12-28-2017 01:01 PM
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RE: Sun Belt Stock watch 2017
(12-28-2017 10:40 AM)Crump1 Wrote:  
(12-27-2017 07:31 PM)GSUALUM17 Wrote:  
(12-27-2017 07:18 PM)Crump1 Wrote:  
(12-27-2017 05:21 PM)panama Wrote:  
(12-27-2017 04:19 PM)ChooChoo Wrote:  Nope, it's On Campus. Georgia State IS Downtown Atlanta. 40 buildings woven throughout the district's fabric. The stadium property is just a mile long extension from the epicenter. Were it not for a massive interchange and the state capitol building (the red marker) it would be contiguous. It's no less convenient than any other large urban campus. With the baseball stadium, convocation center/ Arena, additional classroom buildings, and dorms filling in the gaps, in 5 years it will be seamless between Downtown and Summerhill.
[Image: staticmap?client=gme-expedia&cha...G3v_yEAD0=]
How at this point he didn't know this...

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Sorry but I just know you took over a stadium that is not on campus and your campus is downtown.

Nope totally a walking distance from the student center to the GSU Stadium...which is why the Turner field purchase made sense...it integrated into our campus as if it was meant to be there.
It just doesn't seem like an on campus stadium when you look at walking under the interstate to get there but to be fair GSU just doesn't look like what I think of as a college campus. It may just be in my head but urban campuses are probably a harder sell to recruits and their families. Talking to people involved in recruiting over the years I would think that signing JC athletes and basketball recruits are the best bet for such a campus.

I am admittedly biased towards "college towns" after sharing a conference with UNT and the F_Us for years.

I know the 2D map looks confusing. The highways go below via tunnels. Pedestrians walk above. If you don't want to walk, GSU buses are always roaming around.

Everyone has preferences. I wanted to live and breath the city life so I chose Georgia State over UGA in Athens. As for recruiting, I think you may be overthinking about the urban vs. rural aspect. Kids care about coaching, new shiny facilities, and the quality of degrees. If anything, I would assume that 18yrs old with newfound independence from their parents would prefer the hopping club scenes in the big city.
12-28-2017 01:07 PM
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RE: Sun Belt Stock watch 2017
Shocking La Turd fans would “sell” on ULM.
12-28-2017 01:14 PM
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RE: Sun Belt Stock watch 2017
(12-28-2017 01:07 PM)GSUALUM17 Wrote:  
(12-28-2017 10:40 AM)Crump1 Wrote:  
(12-27-2017 07:31 PM)GSUALUM17 Wrote:  
(12-27-2017 07:18 PM)Crump1 Wrote:  
(12-27-2017 05:21 PM)panama Wrote:  How at this point he didn't know this...

You not be entrusted with buying stock.

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Sorry but I just know you took over a stadium that is not on campus and your campus is downtown.

Nope totally a walking distance from the student center to the GSU Stadium...which is why the Turner field purchase made sense...it integrated into our campus as if it was meant to be there.
It just doesn't seem like an on campus stadium when you look at walking under the interstate to get there but to be fair GSU just doesn't look like what I think of as a college campus. It may just be in my head but urban campuses are probably a harder sell to recruits and their families. Talking to people involved in recruiting over the years I would think that signing JC athletes and basketball recruits are the best bet for such a campus.

I am admittedly biased towards "college towns" after sharing a conference with UNT and the F_Us for years.

I know the 2D map looks confusing. The highways go below via tunnels. Pedestrians walk above. If you don't want to walk, GSU buses are always roaming around.

Everyone has preferences. I wanted to live and breath the city life so I chose Georgia State over UGA in Athens. As for recruiting, I think you may be overthinking about the urban vs. rural aspect. Kids care about coaching, new shiny facilities, and the quality of degrees. If anything, I would assume that 18yrs old with newfound independence from their parents would prefer the hopping club scenes in the big city.
I am not overthinking it. I have spoken to a lot of people who have done it and I know there are drawbacks to having an urban campus. College towns have bar hopping too and the bars are full of mostly college students while parents often prefer a bit smaller town for their child's first time on their own. Most of the larger urban schools just don't draw the same support from the community either or at least it isn't visible because of everything else going on. It's why schools like SMU, UNT, FIU, UAB, etc. don't draw well at all despite having FAR more potential customers an supporters in the immediate vicinity.
12-28-2017 02:33 PM
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