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- Pain Therapeutics: Very Substantial Risk-Adjusted Upside Vs. Downside
3 Questions That Advocates Of QE Are Ducking
on Thu, Oct 24 • 33 Comments
- Broadwind Energy Is Primed For Significant Year-End Upside
- Why Tesla Is Grossly Overvalued, Even If Everything Goes Terrifically
- Why Tesla Won't Be Able To Profitably Build A BMW 3-Series Competitor
- Tesla: A New Generation Of Competing Plug-In Luxury Hybrids Will Shrink The Niche Of The Model S
- At The Current Stock Price, Broadwind's Wind Businesses Are Free...
- Is The Art Market A Bubble That's About To Burst? Maybe Not...
- Broadwind Energy Could Be Set For A 'Towering' 2014
- Titan Logix: Novel Technology And A Low Single-Digit PE Ratio
- Broadwind Energy: The Turnaround Is Underway
- Lorex Technology Is The Cheapest Growth Stock I've Seen This Year
- Why It May Finally Be Safe To Short The 30-Year U.S. Treasury Bond
Stocks, Bonds, Gold: At Least One Of Them Is Wrong
on Aug 22, 2011 • 47 Comments
- Hedging Against a Dollar Decline
- Be Careful What You Wish For: A Congressional Debt Deal Could Crush Stocks
QE2 Effect Was Entirely Psychological (and Thus QE3 Won't Work)
on May 20, 2011 • 13 Comments
- Is Volume Now a Contrary Indicator?
- Power-One: Extremely Cheap on a 'Sum-of-the-Parts' Basis
- Power-One's Post-Earnings Sell-Off Was a Severe Overreaction
Questioning This Week's (Supposedly) Impressive Unemployment Claims
on Dec 31, 2010 • 17 Comments
- Why DUSA's Last Quarter Was Much Stronger Than It Initially Appeared to Be
- Power-One Is a Steal at Its Current Price
- Don't Bother With Comparisons to Inflation in the 1970s
At $1300 an Ounce, Gold's Future Performance May Disappoint
on Sep 27, 2010 • 24 Comments
- Slow Growth May Offer Comfort - And Crush Shorts
- Stocks Won't Crash Unless Earnings Do
- U.S. Companies Artifically Boosting Cash Flow Could Sink the SPY
- DUSA: A Great Value in Micro Cap Biotech
- Will Wage Pressures Help American Companies Maintain Profit Margins?
- Is the July CPI Data Indicative of Stagflation?
- Implications of QE2 and the Soaring CRB