Topic: Growth Stocks

Stock Pickers Digest Hotline – Friday, March 5, 2010

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BREAKWATER RESOURCES, $0.43, symbol BWR on Toronto, reports that its Toqui mine in central Chile was undamaged by the recent magnitude 8.8 earthquake. The mine, which produces zinc, lead, gold and silver, continues to operate normally. In 2009, Toqui produced 233,382 ounces of silver, 44,079 ounces of gold, 19,635 tonnes of zinc concentrate and 1,025 tonnes of lead. Breakwater is a buy for highly aggressive investors. LOJACK CORP., $4.29, symbol LOJN on Nasdaq, sells systems that help track and recover vehicles after they’ve been stolen. Lojack sells its products in the U.S. and 30 other countries. The company’s Canadian subsidiary is Boomerang Tracking. In the three months ended December 31, 2009, LoJack’s revenue fell 26.1%, to $35.6 million from $48.2 million a year earlier. The company lost $0.13 a share, compared to a profit of $0.01 a share. LoJack’s $13.4 million of debt is just 17.2% of its market cap, and less than half of its cash holdings of $36.5 million. Because the U.S….

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