When TPG Telecom (TPM) posted their full year results in September, the stock was trading on a lofty P/E of 28 times next year’s earnings. Unfortunately for investors, the results came in under expectations, margins were facing headwinds, and the outlook was a little underwhelming. The shares were punished, with the price falling from nearly $12 to the low $9’s on the day of the announcement. Since then it has been one-way traffic for TPG Telecom. The stock had continued to come under selling pressure as short-sellers hit it hard and investors headed for the exit. The last several weeks have not been kind to any growth companies on the market with high valuations, and this sentiment in could not have come at a worse time for TPG Telecom. In the last couple of weeks we have invested client money into Vocus for the longer term, and now TPG Telecom is showing some buy signals for the shorter term trader.