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Second Dixie Lee International (DLII) (DLII.PK) Stock Spam on Saturday

See background information on Dixie Lee International (DLII) (DLII.PK) and a copy of the first DLII spam received. This DLII spam also arrived in Windows Live (formerly Hotmail).So someone out there thinks Dixie Lee (DLII) (DLII.PK) is a winner, winner, chicken dinner. Ever heard that before?Please do read the earlier post on DLII (hyperlinked above). See the latest DLII stock spam details below.Dixie Lee International (DLII) (DLII.PK) stock spam --> "Penny Stocks Trading Reports"Franchise Stocks ?serve up? Profits To Savvy Investors Symbol: DLIICurrent Price: 1.17Short Term Price: 2.65 Long Term Price:  6.25 Rating: 10 of 10 Featured SmallCap Company? It is a known fact that franchise owners usually have a better chance of success as a business operator than an independent start up owner. However few investors realize investing in the stock of franchise companies can be even more financially rewarding.The RCF 50 Index is up 92 percent since January 2000, while the S&P 500 is up 9.5 percent over the same period. The index tracks the market performance of the top 50 U.S. public franchisors with fast food operations out performing all other industries.  The recipe for success is simply, a tested business model, existing market brand, support, training, and in addition the financial risk is largely borne by the individual franchisee, not the public company. Historically, well run fast food franchise stocks, purchased during times of economic uncertainty have outperformed the DOW, the S&P, and the NASDAQ 100. Had you purchased McDonald?s ( NYSE: MDC ) five years ago at $13.00, you could have watched your investment hit a high of $63.69. Yum! Brands, Inc. operates KFC, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, Long John Silver's, and A&W All-American Food Restaurants. Yum! Brands ( NYSE: YUM) could have been purchased in 2001 at $8.00 per share and currently trades at $36.77 per share. Not a bad ROI for about 20 minute?s worth of work placing trades, however where should investors look today to cash in on the overwhelming success of franchising to outperform the market indexes? Well if you did not get in on the ground floor opportunities of Chipolte Mexican Grill (NYSE: CMG)$104.90, Under Armour (NYSE: UA)$39.64 or TBSI Corp (NASDAQ: TBSI)$38.14, consider this year?s next market darling, Dixie Lee International Industries, Inc. (OTC: DLII.PK - News), parent company of the 40-year-old "Dixie Lee" brand name, with more than 80 franchised Chicken & Seafood restaurants. DLII operates in three of the restaurant industry's strongest segments -full service, fast casual and takeout. The company?s recent announcement of offering franchises both in the US and international markets could catapult DLII stock from its current $1.00 a share to $3.00 to $4.00 a share near term, to possibly strong double digits post US sub-prime crisis. Dixie Lee International (OTC: DLII.PK - News) has earned our five star ?strong buy? recommendation. The time to buy this stock is now before the roll out of the US franchises. DLII has already announced new international locations in Montr?al, Dubai, and Manchester England this year. Savvy investors should position themselves now in this ground floor opportunity then sit back and watch the frenzy as a massive influx of investors, analysts and brokers add DLII to their radar forcing it to go to much higher levels. Recommendation: STRONG B


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