Zacks' Low Price Stocks strategy highlights: Bluegreen,

Lacrosse Footwear, Park Ohio, and Standard Parking 
Looking for stocks priced below $20? How about companies
with discount valuations and a track record of positive trend in
earnings estimates revisions? The Low Price Stocks Profit Track
Strategy identifies such stocks. This screen generated a 54.8% return
in 2004 and has a win ratio of nearly 75% over the past 4-1/2 years.
Four stocks meeting this screen's exclusive criteria are Bluegreen
Corp. (NYSE:BXG), Lacrosse Footwear Inc. (NASDAQ:BOOT), Park Ohio
Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ:PKOH) and Standard Parking Corp. (NASDAQ:STAN).
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Here are details about four companies currently identified by the
Low Price Stocks Profit Track: 
Bluegreen Corp. (NYSE:BXG) a time-share company, posted strong
second-quarter earnings. The company announced earnings of 46 cents
per share, beating last year's result and eclipsing the consensus
estimate by 39%. The stock is trading around $18 per share, with a
price-to-sales ratio of .83. The company has earned $1.46 per share
over the past 12 months. 
Lacrosse Footwear Inc. (NASDAQ:BOOT), a footwear retailer,
recently delivered a strong earnings report. Fiscal second-quarter
profits totaled seven cents per share, meeting the consensus estimate.
This is well above last year's result of a loss of four cents per
share. The stock is trading at $12.40, with a price-to-sales ratio of
.72. The company has earned $1.13 per share over the past 12 months. 
Park Ohio Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ:PKOH), a manufacturing company,
posted second-quarter earnings of 66 cents per share, meeting the
consensus and surpassing last year's 60 cents. The stock is currently
trading around $19 per share, with a price-to-sales ratio of .24. Over
the past 12 months, the company has earned $1.89 per share. 
Standard Parking Corp. (NASDAQ:STAN), a parking management
company recently reported second-quarter earnings of 29 cents per
share. The result topped the consensus estimate by 7% and outpaced
last year's second quarter. The stock is currently trading at $17.54,
with a price-to-sales ratio of .32. Over the past 12 months, the
company has earned $1.14 per share. 
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