Tuesday, October 16, 2007

BOTD owns 1/2 of BRAZIL ... join us!


We are in search of a bottom ~>

in this BRAZILIAN DIP...isn't it sexy?


BOTD owns: RIO, SBS, CPL, & PBR ...down 10% from highs...if they continue down 2 to 5% more we will have no choice but to ... BUY the other 1/2 of BRAZIL.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

remember last time we showed BOOBS, ...we said buy something OIL!!

OIL oil OIL...what has OIL done since that call?

....again

BOOBS + BRAZIL = BUY ON THE DIP!

Anonymous said...

p.s.

BOTD LOVES RIMM & EMC

go tech!

....and....

CROX is going to explode with the INTERNATIONAL quarter of LOVE!

"teamwork makes the dream work"

Anonymous said...

this is good news =^)

In Sao Paulo, the Bovespa surged 2.4% to finish at 63,193.67, with the expiration of options for stock futures adding to action on the market.

Brazilian stocks finished higher ahead of a widely expected interest-rate cut to 11%.

Redhoter said...

The first woman, Is from Colombia!!!
OIL OIL OIL! PBR Goes to 90!

BUY ON THE DIP said...

you are right, we cheated a bit on that one...she was just so cute.

Anonymous said...

PBR is the good OIL LOVIN!

cheers and see you at $90 next week!?!!

DIP MASTER said...

BRAZIL IS LOVE.

Brazil benefits from rising bank stocks; Mexico higher

By Carla Mozee
Oct 23, 2007 19:26:00 (ET)


SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Latin American equities rose Tuesday, with Brazil drawing strength from its banking sector and investors in Mexico's market assessing a slew of quarterly financial results.

In Brazil, the benchmark Bovespa index climbed 2.4% to 62,697.14. The market finished Monday up 0.5% at 61,215.13.

Shares of Unibanco (UBB, Trade ) contributed to the advance, with a rise of 3.6%. Bear Stearns reinitiated coverage of Unibanco with an outperform rating, and reinitiated Bradesco and Itau with peer perform ratings.

The broker said that Unibanco has "above-average flexibility to reduce funding costs". Additionally, the market's valuation of the bank "is not adequately reflecting the value embedded in the 23.2% stake in Rerecord," a Brazilian credit-card firm, wrote Bear Stearns analyst Saul Martinez in a note.

Martinez also said that while its view on the Unibanco doesn't incorporate a takeover premium, it believes that Unibanco "is an attractive potential acquisition candidate for a bank looking to expand its presence in the Brazilian banking sector."

Bradesco (BBD, Trade ) climbed 4.2%, and Itau (ITU, Trade ) climbed 2%.

Investors also snapped up shares of volume leader Petroleo Brasileiro (PBR, Trade ). The state-run oil giant closed up 2.4%. Mining firm Companhia Vale do Rio Doce (RIO, Trade ) also finished higher, by 1.9%.

BRAZIL BRAZIL BRAZIL