Georgia Football: Six Stock Recommendations for Dawg Investors

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Nov 15, 2014; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs wide receiver Chris Conley (31) and center David Andrews (61) and offensive tackle Kolton Houston (75) celebrate the touchdown run by running back Nick Chubb (27) in the fourth quarter of their game against the Auburn Tigers at Sanford Stadium. Georgia won 34-7. Mandatory Credit: Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports

Dawn of the Dawg weighs in on the opportunities found in the Georgia football Dow Jones Industrials. Or you can just have a monkey throw darts at the stock table.

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If you could buy Georgia football stock, what would be the smart investments? Instead of pass plays and run plays, what are the value plays, the momentum plays, and the dividend plays. What Georgia football commodities are likely to hold value? Where is the 30-day moving average suggesting a breakout?

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Dawn of the Dawg is not waiting for Mark Richt’s interview with Maria Bartiromo or Jeremy Pruitt’s appearance on Power Lunch.

Paul Finebaum is not scheduled for Wall Street Week.

Will Dawg fans feel like a million dollars in January? Build a Georgia Football Portfolio with running back, receiver, quarterback, offensive line, defensive line, linebacker, and defensive back stocks. (Prices of small board component kickers and punters fluctuate wildly and are too risky to consider.) With a little market timing luck, maybe a Dawg fan can afford those NCAA Championship Game tickets.

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