Just another guy with a day job and an obsession with stocks... goal is to find stocks that are TURNING THE CORNER, where a good story and an interesting stock chart result in a high probability of large % gains. These stocks can typically achieve such momentum that alpha is generated in both bear and bull markets. I generally stick to under the radar growth and turnaround ideas, some of which may give investors time to establish a position. Ideally, I prefer to hold these companies medium to long term, but am not averse to selling shares if they become extremely overvalued or my thesis changes. I continue to refine my strategy and risk management through sharing my ideas publicly and closley monitoring my positions. I rely on strong fundamental analysis, high conviction ideas (mainly long/a few shorts are possible when they meet my criteria), and preplanned allocations (% of portfolio) to avoid overconfidence, as the market eventually humbles us all from time to time. I also have a smattering of macro calls and contrarian positions as well. I have several screens that I use to come up with under the radar ideas, focusing on mainly growth and turnaround stocks with multiple upcoming catalysts. Best Call: Celldex (established position between $2 and $5 and sold at $25 netting over 500% gain and bought my condo with proceeds) Worst Call: Lpath (lost >80% after rec) ... a humbling reminder that my next call can always be a dud. This spurs me on to do the best DD that I can, while cutting losses and admitting my mistakes when wrong.