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  • The facts behind the $96 Million LEAF Securization [View instapost]
    So whats the point to your blog? To keep throwing shit in investors faces? Where do you get your info? Conjecture and if so where did you get your knowledge. Companies have enough witch hunters chasing them, as well as FINRA and the hounds from hell, the bottom of the barrell-securities litigators. What's your angle?

    ssyoshik@gmail.com
    Nov 4 06:27 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Jobless Recovery: Fasten Your Seatbelts [View article]
    In this process of punishing businesses, both big and small, attacking energy, politicizing health care, taxing success to the point of obsurdity, putting the burden of the social agenda on the backs of the productive, penalizing credit worthy consumers, reducing US production to 15% of our ecoconomy, any sustainable recovery is years away. We will need to evolve into a new economy without the punitive intervention of a government that wants to socialize our country. I don't recall any economic cycle in the past that can be compared to this one for the reasons mentioned. Therefore we would be using outdated benchmarks to deliver an economic forecast that would be flawed at best.
    Jul 18 09:59 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The U.S. Is Spending Its Way Out of the Recession [View article]
    Buy TIPS, go long in a flattening market, with inflation looming on the horizon? What happened to hard assets in an inflationary environment, especially if these assets are paying relatively high cash flow? Yes, hard assets like, gasp, real estate. The high cash flow, superior to anything in the tired S&P allowing an investor the luxury of waiting for the expansion to begin. And forget all the diatribe about the LOSING commercial real estate sydicators. There are many non traded REITS and private firms that are buying real estate of all types at substantial discounts from those that can't handle their debt, pushing UP cap rates. There are also numerous firms buying 1st mortgages from institutions that want liquidity at huge discounts and reselling it at a handy profit.

    The broad brush approach the media and the uninformed are so eager to vocalize will cause many that need a better way to approach re-energizing their portfolios to sit out of a value opportunity in an asset class that has beaten up to an excess. Probably the best opportunity to buy unfairly devalued assets like real estate for the rest of many of our lives.
    Apr 24 09:40 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 8 Candidates to Blame for a Frightful February [View article]
    OBama is abyssmal!!!! If the captain of a ship that was sinking ran around saying we are all going to drown, what do you think the reaction of those hanging on by there finger nails would be? Well, we are hanging on by our cuticles. The sophomoric behavior of this inept cheeleader is throwing buckets of water on the remaining embers of a campfire in the worst blizzard in history!
    Mar 1 09:40 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cramer's Lightning Round - Don't Be Fooled by DryShips (2/12/09) [View article]
    Cramer has no credibility. The only thing he has mentioned with any validity recently and not that recently, was MLPs. And that was a passing mention. Making picks in the volume he does is a losing proposition, unless your Muhammed Ali.
    Feb 13 09:13 AM | 11 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Welcome to a New World of Investing [View article]

    Anyone following ETP or other similar MLPs notice it's time to buy yield. Pipelines are not Bad Bath and Beyond. The will be here long after the lights go out. Little if any tax on what are now double digit yields.XTEX, CPNO, APL. Forget prices now buy for recovery and buy the yield. The "market" has nothing to do with these price declines. Nothing.

    Also,I odine will soon be a lead element in Green bulding projects.

    I can go on and on. Solid picks. Thinking out of the box and forgetting history will be important moving forward.

    Anyone can regurgitate the BS in the financial rags. Seldom right more often wrong.

    He's on it!



    On Jan 18 11:56 AM ROLEX18K wrote:

    > LYNAS CORPORATION (Other OTC: LYSCF.PK) traded on PinkSheets, typical
    > scam stock, no profits, no info, no SEC fillings,down 80%.
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    > Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (seekingalpha.com/symbo...) this
    > one is down 70%, loses money,performs more or less like the price
    > of Crude/Oil even if belongs to "CLEAN" stock category.
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    > Chemical & Mining Co. of Chile Inc. (seekingalpha.com/symbo...)
    > down only 55%, rare mining company that made 3 times less money than
    > it's peers in mining industry last year, P/E 16 against miners P/E
    > up to 5 in 2008.
    > Performs more or less like any market index, wher many stocks are
    > down 55%.
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    > ANNALY CAPITAL MANAG(NYSE: seekingalpha.com/symbo...) down
    > 30% so almost like buying passive ETF like DIA,SPY, would do you
    > the same damage without any special insider knowledge of the world.
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    > Inergy, L.P.(NasdaqGS: seekingalpha.com/symbo...) down
    > 30%, performs 2 times better than the price of energies to the downside,
    > and at least 2 times worse to the upside, as many stocks in it's
    > category quintupled in price when Oil and Gas was balooning.
    > Performs same as SP500, little connection to industry it represents.
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    > ENERGY TRANSFER PRNT(NYSE: seekingalpha.com/symbo...) down
    > 30%, also little connection to it's industry, performs like SP500.
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    > BROOKFIELD ASSET MGT(NYSE: seekingalpha.com/symbo...) down
    > 45%, nothing special just another financial company.
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    > PETROBANK ENERGY & R(Other OTC: PBEGF.PK) also Pink Sheets typical
    > scam stock, with no data,volume of 8000 shares,high stock price.
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    > It's name say what stock investment is it.
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    > Bottom line:
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    > The author is long the SP500, instead of wasting brokerage commissions
    > on 10 different stocks with few of them in the "dark" category, if
    > you follow and respect the author of this article, just buy SPY or
    > any othe passive long index ETF.
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    > Mark Medayski
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    Jan 19 11:54 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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