Georgia Football: Six Stock Recommendations for Dawg Investors

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Nov 15, 2014; Athens, GA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs quarterback Brice Ramsey (12) hands the ball off to a running back 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


Georgia is two weeks away from kick off and does not have a starting quarterback. Virginia transfer Greyson Lambert arrived on campus just in time for fall camp and is running even with Brice Ramsey of Faton Bauta. The highly touted Ramsey never challenged Hutson Mason for last year’s starting spot, then spent a year as the heir apparent to Hutson Mason. Still he cannot nail down the starters spot.


Investors are rationalizing away the quarterback problem with a focus on Nick Chubb.

But this pig does not wear its lipstick well.

Investment recommendation. Sell shares of Georgia quarterback stock and hold the cash.

The stock will break in late September and if it tanks, buy the Wide Receiver and Running Back stock on the sympathetic drop. If a Georgia quarterback performs well through the Tennessee game, nibble at a few shares. If earnings are strong, prepare to buy after the Georgia Florida game. No one believes in the Georgia quarterback after a Florida game even though the Florida game is a poor indicator of the rest of the season.

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