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  • Formula To Get Rich Or Die Trying... 45 comments
    Apr 7, 2014 1:26 PM

    Seems every day i learn something new. This is probably nothing new to any experienced investor, but if i could start all over I would take this investment approach.

    The way to get rich is rather than watching individual stocks, i would watch entire sectors. I would find funds that are sector specific. Say marijuanaindex.org for example, and rather than tracking each individual stock within it, i would chart the fund's overall performance itself and look for indicators. I would assume if bearish indicators occur that only the very top most hyped/well known stocks will be hit the hardest of the group regardless of their financial viability.

    I think a new "winning" strategy would be for me to begin charting SECTORS rather than individual stocks, and then based on the sector demonstrating bullish signals I would proceed to find the three most discussed stocks within that sector. Then find a good entry point accumulating a large position.

    Step 1. Find ticker symbols that track an entire sector.

    Step 2. Narrow those sectors down based into only sectors demonstrating unmistakably bullish signals.

    Step 3. Identify via social media the most hyped and discussed stocks within that sector.

    Step 4. Actively begin charting those stocks and wait for a good entry point.

    Step 5. Buy stock(s?)

    Step 6. Activity track both the sector and individual stock(s)

    Step 7. At first sign of weakness in sector or stock, sell shares for profit.

    *how many more expensive lessons must I learn before I make real money!?!?....

    -Ryan

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  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » $MJNA based on what I see now I could have predicted today's downturn (it was semi-obvious on Wednesday), and I even could have told you which 3 stocks would be hit the hardest. I encourage you to find ticker symbols to other other sectors other than MJ stocks, and lets coorperatively work together to find the top picks within a bullish sector. Charts (not opinion, speculation, or sentiment) will determine if a sector is considered bullish).
    7 Apr 2014, 01:35 PM Reply Like
  • mzapotoski
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    I think you may be onto something brother.... at the present time I am scared to buy anything though!

     

    Although my REITS and MLPs are doing alright.... have taken a massive beating the last 2 weeks
    7 Apr 2014, 08:40 PM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » The problem is although I can make accurate predictions on a individual stock I cannot make predictions on a sector as I lack that data. If I could tract a sector I could predict the performance of the stock with a higher degree of certainty.
    7 Apr 2014, 10:33 PM Reply Like
  • mzapotoski
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    alright then... how about the NBI....
    7 Apr 2014, 11:00 PM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » NASDAQ Biotechnology?
    7 Apr 2014, 11:14 PM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » Etrade Pro cannot properly read that stock symbol. Thus I cannot chart it... that is exactly the problem I have. I would love to know the health of the sector... if I see its extremely bullish moving forward in the short term I would want to know what are the top most socially discussed stocks... also if the sector looks bearish moving forward I would want to pull everything out before the collapse comes.
    7 Apr 2014, 11:22 PM Reply Like
  • mzapotoski
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    well let me ask you this one mate.. all these stocks being hyped by the wolf. SPLI, MINE, ERBB, REDG and now FRTD.... thoughts? I am trying my best to think long term here but after today I am thinking I should stick to what I am good at: calls/puts with various growth/value stocks.
    7 Apr 2014, 11:48 PM Reply Like
  • dramorgan
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    hiii98, not sure how much I can help on the front end. I'm pretty new to this whole thong. After my third disappointing financial advisor/investor, I am trying to do this with the one person I know has my best interest at heart... me.
    I am curious about your hypothesis and to see how it works.
    Could have saved me a bundle on$ERBB and a few others yesterday. Got murdered.
    8 Apr 2014, 07:33 AM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » what would you like to know? What I need is the ability to chart a sector/index. I know what are the hottest stocks in each sector... I can even make a safe bet on which stocks will be bullish based on indicators... what I DONT KNOW is what is the overall health of the index these stocks are in?

     

    A informed investor would chart INTERNATIONAL MARKETS ---FUTURES---DOW NASDAQ---SECTOR--- INDIVIDUAL STOCK

     

    I can chart all of those except for the combined international markets, and the combined stocks in a sector. that information would be key to knowing WHEN it is safe to enter the market. I too am currently heavily invested in $ERBB and all of wolf's stocks. I feel its smarter to own them than not to own them. The problem is NOT with his picks, it is with hickups in the major markets, causing fear in the OTC market, which then intensifies into the most volatile and hyped sector... ie Weed Stocks...

     

    based on todays analysis NASDAQ and DOW looked poised to begin a recovery period... if they meet some minimum indicators there could be a bull run...which in turn should trickle down into the OTC market..and eventually the MJ sector. Top 3 will benefit the most when this occurs.
    8 Apr 2014, 09:01 AM Reply Like
  • mzapotoski
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    so I've been following your buy signals, but have only gotten into a couple (myec, utrm, lvgi)... your buying model sounds ideal, how has it fared for you thus far? Hopefully you are in the +?
    8 Apr 2014, 04:53 PM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » I have two separate models. I'm currently heavily invested in tracking and actively charting hot volatile stocks and finding lucrative entry points. I started this venture on Thursday I lost $2500 as of Monday. Today I gained back $1200. This style of investment isn't for the weak of heart, however I trust what I see in the charts and so far my calls have been fairly spot on. What I failed to predict was the entire sector getting clobbered.. .and need a way to track the entire sector as a whole before deciding on a entry with any one stock.

     

    My first strategy has actually worked fairly well for... it is a much more conservative strategy that was SLOWLY making my account more money. I noticed one of my stocks went up 13,000% today for 2 minutes.(before dropping)..if I only could have sold that one! I am confident (time will tell) in my latest approach and today was the first sign of that success. Its hard to find a true bottom when the entire sector was shorted and depressed so my initial timing was off. The strategy above relies on me being able to chart an entire index of one sectors stocks... I currently do not know of a way of doing that. I can chart international/national markets, and individual stocks but still have not found a way to collectively chart a single sector and look for trends from the charts indicators.

     

    The random "scanner alert" calls I make throughout the day even I don't trade on... they are too much of a wild card and you need to enter them quick. Many of them have doubled in minutes after me announcing them, but to invest a large amount of money on a stock that lacks any true DD is dangerous, so I'm sticking to my top picks (as hyped by social media) and seeking bottom entry points.
    8 Apr 2014, 05:09 PM Reply Like
  • rickame
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    Still like your logic and honesty..don't think anyone foresaw the overall killing and MJ even more so of the past few days...I probably should have gotten out and back in, but mostly help on and recovered a good bit today...Best, and will be watching your pics over then next few hopefully up days...R
    8 Apr 2014, 09:12 PM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » In summary I am currently practicing the strategy I outlined above, I am just missing one piece of the puzzle that I feel would put the statistical odds dramatically in our favor and that is knowing the health of the entire sector before buying into the top hottest and hyped stocks in that sector. To know this information I would need to be able to chart the index just like I would chart any indidivual stock, if the sector had a bearish trend... I would look for a sector with bullish signals and then begin the social media hunt for the top 3-5 hyped hottest stocks ... look for a dip/entry point and buy in big. finally hold until the charts indicate a overbought signal.
    8 Apr 2014, 05:14 PM Reply Like
  • dramorgan
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    I wish I could add some value to your efforts. I am curious and will be following you to see what happens. I tend to be more of a medium-long term but rely on social media to support conventional chart data. Thanks for the sharing.
    8 Apr 2014, 05:19 PM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » I'm learning social media is a critical part to finding the winners, you need to follow the hype more so than the conventional wisdom of picking large caps. Your not really buying a company your buying a dream (ie "goodwill") when you buy a stock. Thus the hottest stocks within a sector are actually of better SHORT TERM VALUE than a company that is brick and mortar a more solid pick.
    8 Apr 2014, 05:30 PM Reply Like
  • rickame
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    And this is very much the case of many volatile tech stocks, and even more so for OTC and the MJ sector.
    8 Apr 2014, 09:14 PM Reply Like
  • dramorgan
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    I'm learning that too. I can't always be at the computer (still working 3 days/week). I am trying to find stocks like $TRTC
    or $AERO that seem to be solid long term. But I also am in $BCCI, $CMXI, and $PVCT for the same reason. I just bought some $ADMP thanks to evilbarbie, Joe Springer, and social media. So far so good except for yesterday... a little anxiety attack in the middle of the night last night... thank God for todays rebound!
    8 Apr 2014, 06:16 PM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » I am now actively tracking 2 sectors and plan to add more shortly. What I need to know next is how to track the hottest discussed stocks within a penny sector. What search tools would you use? Ihub? Twitter? Seeking Alapha? For example I am now tracking Gold and Silver penny stock sector... the sector is very healthy, however I do not know the top 5 hottest hyped stocks in that sector. I'm trying to put the "theory" outlined above into practice... I believe in the fundamentals of it and wish to report back.
    11 Apr 2014, 08:28 AM Reply Like
  • rickame
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    Really don' t know Gold, Silver, metals at all. But think Twitter is the most timely info for any stocks, although you do have to sift through lots of 'noise.' Have a good day!
    11 Apr 2014, 09:47 AM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » if I was practicing my own theory I would be hopping into the OTC utilities sector, you would throw a dart at these stocks and make money (sector of all OTC utility stocks went up 22% in past 3 months).

     

    $HTM $AT $EBR $CHC $USU $EBR.B $PAM $CIG $CDZI

     

    then according to my theory I would research each one of these and invest in the top 3

     

    another unnamed sector I am currently in went down 48% in past 3 months..., remember key is the find the hottest sector and then the top 3-5 socially hyped runners
    11 Apr 2014, 10:23 AM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » From my research metal mining OTC stocks you cannot go wrong (at the moment) sectors get hot and cold quick remember, nothing held in one too long
    11 Apr 2014, 11:49 AM Reply Like
  • bobzic
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    Agreed, Mining sector will be one of the best in 2014.
    11 Apr 2014, 12:10 PM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » I just started tracking sectors and was blown away when I started charting a large collection of those stocks. I mean why would any investor be in any other sector?... you could randomally pick a company and make money *assuming this trend continues in that sector.

     

    Are you aware of any other hot ones for me to look into? Biotech did NOT look good... nor did a few others that I assumed where hot (but reality in the charts showed all declines)
    11 Apr 2014, 02:32 PM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » $plg $sl $plm $dnn $urz $uamy $tc $azc $nor $useg these are the stocks that now need Due Diligence anyone familiar with any of these?... I need to pick out 5 hot ones. If my wacky theory is correct a buy in these should yield you good results assuming the mining sector maintains a bull run (which it appears to be)
    11 Apr 2014, 02:57 PM Reply Like
  • dramorgan
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    I am all in so no cash. .. but I like $PLM?
    11 Apr 2014, 03:27 PM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » the trick is to get ALL of them or at least the most hyped 3-5. Statically you should be better positioned than any other sector in the market. I have found the "Crop Sector" and the "Metal Mining" sector (not gold or silver) to be the current hottest productive sectors on the market at the moment.
    11 Apr 2014, 11:20 PM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » I did this buy going to finance.google.com and building a portfolio with all the various sector stocks ranging from .001 to $8.00 and then graphed the cumulative total over the past 3 months. Metal Mining was the only sector with an impressive result, most sectors were negative....which says a lot about both the market and OTC stocks...

     

    Here were all the results from the sector, your welcome to test my conclusion on your own.

     

    NYSE:AMCO NYSEMKT:ATL TSE:AVL TSE:GMO TSE:PLG CVE:SL TSE:NCQ NYSEMKT:PLM NYSEMKT:URG NYSEMKT:DNN TSE:URZ NYSE:MTL NYSEMKT:TGB NYSEMKT:UAMY NASDAQ:URRE NYSE:TC TSE:AZC NYSE:TRQ NYSE:NOR NASDAQ:USEG NYSE:MCP
    11 Apr 2014, 11:25 PM Reply Like
  • dramorgan
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    Got it, thanks. You're a busy beaver.
    12 Apr 2014, 07:40 AM Reply Like
  • rickame
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    Thanks..will likely get out good amount of pot and consider some positions here...suggest your top 3 to 5?
    12 Apr 2014, 10:22 AM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » That is exactly what i am doing rickname, i am heavily invested in the MJ sector but i need to balance that speculative declining sector with a proven sector demonstrating gains over the past 3 months
    12 Apr 2014, 10:57 AM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » a big THANK YOU to bobzic, I now have these "mining" hot stocks to invest in. CLHRF RVM MGN GWSAF VATKF ATRGF SSPX VGZ

     

    The tickers above have actually beaten the "metal mining" sector and all represent the hottest stocks in the current hottest bull sector. I will be referring to strategy #1 (refer to my instant blog) and making small investments in each of the above stocks with hopes of them doubling thereby holding the remaining 1/3 shares in essence for "free"). $100-$200 to invested in each only. Holding for 0-30 days based on price movement and overbought indicators. After 30 days the entire sector will need to be re-examined and new hot sectors explored for a reinvestment.
    12 Apr 2014, 12:37 PM Reply Like
  • rickame
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    I do think your strategy is a good one, and best to stick to the small $100-200 range for many, rather than get overly weighted in any pennies (we learn hard lessons from MJ here.) Just a note of interest that none of the (8) hot mining stocks you are pursuing now were not on your first cut list of (20+) mining stocks from the day before--but I assume you looked much closer:) Let's keep in touch on a balanced penny portfolio at least monthly. Looking to a better next week:)
    13 Apr 2014, 11:48 AM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » these are even hotter than the blank sector stocks Etrade recommended in the "sectors" section of pro. I think your getting the point of this, although the MJ stocks are red hot...they are only hot when the sector is bullish, its currently NOT, anything you hold in there will likely move sideways or down in the near term until it corrects back up. So why invest in that sector at all? Why not be in a sector that is currently bullish? Why limit yourself to just MJ stocks, or guess at penny stocks in general. Put all the odds in your statistical favor but investing in the current hottest sector and buy only the top tier stocks. Seems like common sense to me. I'm still holding my MJ waiting for their recovery, but meanwhile I'm going to move a few positions around and put full attention on a sector that puts the odds in your favor. Next trick is to time the entry point just right on all these picks above (forget about the first list)
    13 Apr 2014, 11:52 AM Reply Like
  • rickame
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    Thanks for reply..just saw it..not hangin in seekingalpha that much, been following twitter antics more:) But nice bounce today, that puts me about where I was before making about 15k in potstocks. Will reduce and diversify more, but like the penny game that can reap some big rewards, although I'll be more careful when/if any sector turns south. Keep me posted on mining or other sector stocks you think are hot, even pot. Be wel and be in touch! R
    16 Apr 2014, 08:58 PM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » truth be told the pto stock sector is the hottest sector. I'm all in and just going for the top hyped picks. The sector itself just hit a bottom (I believe) so if it rallys up I should be well positioned. I have now found a way to chart the MJ sector.
    16 Apr 2014, 10:07 PM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » Top hyped stocks right now!

     

    1. $FROZ Frozen Food Gift Group
    2. $UTRM United Treatment Centers, Inc.
    3. $MINE Minerco Resources, Inc.
    4. $TTDZ Triton Distribution Systems, Inc.
    5. $ERBB Tranzbyte Corp.
    6. $MYEC MyECheck Inc.

     

    I'm looking for entry points.
    17 Apr 2014, 08:52 AM Reply Like
  • rickame
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    Holding 4, including MINE-likely hold some, ERBB, TTDZ-likely in/out of these) and others (GWPH, ATTBF, TRTC -likely hang with these, and MSFT, FRTD, PIHN, MDCN,VKMLD-likely in/out of:)...didn't get into FROZ or MYEC, would you? and what you think of STEV? Good luck today and just reply when you aren't trading or charting later:) Peace
    18 Apr 2014, 09:30 AM Reply Like
  • AdelineStocks
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    I still can't buy $MYEC on TD Ameritrade :(
    17 Apr 2014, 12:29 PM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » that wild and wacky $MONA stock just got added to my list. these are the stocks to place, the key to it is finding the right entry point, and NOT being too eager to jump in.
    17 Apr 2014, 12:30 PM Reply Like
  • rickame
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    And what the hell is MONA involved in...but up over 100%...I'll keep a curious eye.
    18 Apr 2014, 09:32 AM Reply Like
  • rickame
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    oops...not trading on Good Friday...Happy Easter!
    18 Apr 2014, 09:34 AM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » who knows, just interested in the hype, the sector, and what the charts spell out as a good entry point.
    18 Apr 2014, 09:38 AM Reply Like
  • rickame
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    What I thought:) Njoy a day off from trading.
    18 Apr 2014, 12:17 PM Reply Like
  • hiii98
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    Author’s reply » not sure if anyone followed my advice here but microcap gold sector seems to be doing very well and a safe haven in comparison to all other sectors I've been tracking.

     

    $CLHRF $RVM $MGN $GWSAF $VATKF $ATRGF $SSPXF $VGZ

     

    if I was to take my own advice I would be in all of the above companies as long term (1-3 month only) holds.
    27 Apr 2014, 12:25 PM Reply Like
  • rickdplumr1
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    So to be clear did you mean long term holds or (1-3 months only)? The way you wrote here is sort of confusing! Thanks ahead for clearing this up.
    27 Apr 2014, 05:20 PM Reply Like
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