EPIQ Systems Added to List of Potential Buy Candidates, Toy Manufacturing and Food Retailing Stocks Identified as Emerging Opportunities

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G-Willi Food International, Kroger, Weis Markets, RC2 Corporation, and Hasbro are top possibilities within budding sector trends, while EPIQ Systems has fulfilled a combination of strict technical and fundamental criteria to be deemed trade-worthy.

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The back story for EPIQ Systems is a good one too. The trailing P/E of 36.0 is certainly frothy, but the projected (2011) P/E of 16.0 better reflects the turnaround story here, and earnings have been decidedly growing again since 2007.

New investment opportunities have been uncovered in the toy manufacturing and food retail/grocery industries, as well as in the digital documentation field. EPIQ Systems, a provider of electronic discovery and document review technologies, has been added to the watchlist of potential investment ideas, and several individual stocks like Hasbro, G-Willi Food International, RC2 Corporation, Kroger, and Weis Markets are optimal holdings to tap the rapidly accelerating trends from the market's other emerging leaders.

The Rhino Report's Chief Analyst James Brumley officially added EPIQ Systems to the list of trading ideas that are likely to become official trading ideas for the newsletter's portfolio. Currently there are ten recommended stocks being held as outright positions, with another thirteen equities on the watchlist. Stocks on the watchlist have satisfied all the analyst's 'buy' criteria, but these trades are on hold mostly for trade-timing purposes.

Simultaneously, Thursday's edition of the Rhino Report named the toy manufacturing industry as well as the food retailing/wholesaling industry as superior opportunities that are largely unrecognized by most investors at this time. RC2 Corporation and Hasbro both offer ideal technicals as well as reliable fundamentals from the toy group. Kroger, Weis Markets, and G-Willi Food International have been named as the better choices for those looking for exposure to grocers or food wholesalers.

Brumley advised the newsletter's subscribers "The advent of rising corn and other food commodity prices has put food producers, growers, and processors back in the limelight for bullish reasons. While it's usually errant to respond to hysterics, in this case, it's merited and investment-worthy. The Dow Jones Food Retailers/Wholesalers Index has already hinted that this could be the catalyst needed to wake the group up. This is also viewed as a longer-term trend unfolding, so position yourself accordingly.

"The back story for EPIQ Systems is a good one too. The trailing P/E of 36.0 is certainly frothy, but the projected (2011) P/E of 16.0 better reflects the turnaround story here, and earnings have been decidedly growing again since 2007. 2010 should be a record earnings year (EPS of $0.74), with 2011 expected to be even better ($0.85)", Brumley added about EPIQ System Inc.

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James Brumley
The Rhino Report
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