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.


Anonymous said...

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

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



Anonymous said...



go tech!


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 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%.