Looking For a Batting Coach for Dick's Sporting Goods

It can happen to batters and golfers and traders. Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS) has been in a slump since December. Talented coaches can watch an athlete and can often quickly see what is wrong -- a stance, a grip, or whatever. Correcting a problem can sometimes be more difficult as a bad habit may have to be un-learned first. Discovering what is wrong with a stock can be a more complicated issue I think as the marketplace is discounting knowns and unknowns and hopes, etc. six to nine months into the future.

I make no claims to be able to help anyone improve their game or their score, but I think I can give you some tips on DKS. As Warner Wolf used to say -- "Let's go to videotape."...294 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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