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Why I Bought SuperGroup

By Sam Robson - Dec 19, 2012 at 6:48PM

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Sam Robson reveals his decisions to buy shares in SuperGroup.

LONDON -- Motley Fool editor Sam Robson explains to Chris Nials his decision to buy SuperGroup (SDRY 2.39%), following the fashion retailer's recent sharp drop in share price.

SuperGroup previously crashed to a low of about 250 pence, making the fashion retailer an example of how choppy markets can still provide the big winners to take you to that magic million. You can download The Motley Fool's "10 Steps to Making a Million in the Market" for free right now. But hurry, as the report is available for a limited time only. Click here to get it in your inbox now.

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