Fasten your seat belts, and keep your eye on Garmin Ltd. for the next several quarters. If its group of businesses can sustain their operating and financial performance of the last six months, Garmin shares, which rose from 18 to 42 during that period, could wind up as one of the hottest investment plays in 2003. Then, again, the stock may have had its day. Analysts aren't sure, because there are both bull and bear cases. Garmin's member companies include Garmin International Inc., a ...

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