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    billhart22 is offline
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    Market Watch Mar 1st - 8th 2010

    Check last week's thread to catch up. I am sorry that we had to end the thread for last week. Actually, there is tons of great information there to continue with and unanswered posts.

    Anyway, here is the new thread for the week.

    Anybody that is reading or lurking in this thread is welcome to post. We are a very peaceful investment team here and we all help each other in any way that we can.

    If this is your first time here...then welcome!

    From the crew that resides within these walls...have fun and help each other learn and hopefully succeed!

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    Hey Bill!

    Thanks for starting off March with what hopes to be a bang ... Hope it is just sheer busyness that keeps you from dwelling with us degenerates down here.


    Greg, have some thoughts about some of these plays and that particular association that I dare not mention lest I get a letter from them ...
    (For everybody else, please see last weeks thread)

    One of the offshoots ... How can I do this with the least amount of tracking?

    Go to their main site. (You know who, sounds like mini-bar)
    Then Corporate Profile
    Our Clients
    To the right, see SUBMENU
    Exposing Stock Bash___
    Scroll down mid-way
    (Be sure to come back and read Project to Protect ... But continue on down for now)
    Click link for See Identified ...
    From there, check out Chat About ...
    Lastly, read the disclaimer there at the bottom.

    Classic and classy all at the same time!

    If I had to put this into one overall sentiment it is strictly my opinion that these guys are masters of reverse psychology or at best, overzealous teenagers. They may be the Mighty Mouse of the penny-world for that matter.

    I am longing for some intelligent conversation or at the very least someone who can string the alphabet into recognizable structures, generally interpreted as 'words'. Between the shrub and ... most of these offshoot's, it truly is the Wild Wild West, whats uncanny is they are using toy guns! ...

    The experience vacillates somewhere between the willies and indigestion.

    Disclaimer: I am not a bash ____ person\being\etc. Have not been compensated, am ambivalent to any assumed or related stocks, generally sarcastic but love everyone (especially lawyers!). All views are absolutely IMHO and reflect only the meekest of observation and conjecture. I have significant debts and have proven to be a very lousy stock picker. Currently my greatest asset is a beat down 87 Chevy with no heating capabilities, bad brakes, no shocks, a leaky front windshield, oil leaks, balding tires, sagging roof liner and broken passenger seat, amongst other selling points.
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    I agree wholeheartedly. While Cinnabar (rhymes with...) may be a great company that does what they say they do, you must still keep them at arm's length through all this.
    Still, you cannot deny that playing the stock shells under their control can be lucrative.

    It could also be a big loss. Just like all the other pinkies.

    So far, I'm one-for-one with them. Only after reading a LOT on The Shrub (and elsewhere) would I jump in one of their other shells this week.

    I *do* like this get-in-get-out mentality rather than "investing" and hoping something happens in the next 3-12 months. It's more like playing Blackjack, which I love.

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    LOL, gambling stocks looking good today. Is buying gamblings stocks actually a derivative? LVS, WYNN, MGM... I'm thinking of taking MPEL EOD
    Positions: Change so often, it's no longer useful to update this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Dave View Post
    LOL, gambling stocks looking good today. Is buying gamblings stocks actually a derivative? LVS, WYNN, MGM... I'm thinking of taking MPEL EOD

    you got me thinking of MPEL first thing tomorrow morning....thanx for the tip Dave...did you get in?

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    Yeah, I went in EOD, entry was 4.38. Seemed to hold the line toward the end of the day... little sell of in last 5 mins, but that's expected with the rise.

    If you look at the chart, this is likely one of the ones I usually says has a "heartbeat" - meaning, it'll rise and make a minor high on good vol, then do a little pullback... then rise, do a little pullback. I went ahead and bought just in case it rallies pretty good, but I wouldn't doubt it rebounds off of $3.75-4 this week. It does have 3 solid bumps on good volume. Should make it to $5 no problem, hopefully higher. Sometimes these are good to just set a target to buy the following day about 1/3 - 2/3 down the big candle.

    That could be an idea for XTXI - doesn't really have a hearbeat, but I bet we could catch the confirmation of a hammer at 8.25
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