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  • Energy Storage: A Bloody Q3 Creates Great Buying Opportunity [View article]
    I appreciate all the time and DD you've put into AXPW, very thorough and compelling. I've been patiently waiting for an entry point since April when I first became aware of this company. Q4 may very well provide that opportunity. The chart is starting to show signs of accumulation, so possibly we'll see an established bottom and a well deserved reversal. A bit off topic, but I was wondering if you've ever looked into Medizone International (MZEI)? If you have, I'd really enjoy reading your thoughts on that tech. Thanks again for all that you provide here.
    Oct 3, 2011. 11:59 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Kulicke and Soffa: Potential Upside or Ridiculous Upside? [View article]
    I've been following ASYS as well as LXTC. I agree the analysts are asleep at the wheel on ASYS.
    Feb 2, 2011. 08:10 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Kulicke and Soffa: Potential Upside or Ridiculous Upside? [View article]
    Very adept integration of TA and FA and, as usual, you hit the mark. I like your Jesse Livermore as it is most accurate. Great job picking this one apart and putting it in perspective.
    Jan 31, 2011. 11:43 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Yongye International (YONG): Is Their Story Too Good To Be True? [View instapost]
    When you need a good laugh, check out the Transfer Agent for this Ringling Brother's act, they have a whopping 3 employees located in the crotch of Las Vegas.
    Jan 22, 2011. 09:21 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Yongye International (YONG): Is Their Story Too Good To Be True? [View instapost]
    I use to think these games existed only on the OTC or Pinksheets. Just goes to show how worthless the SEC really is. A great deal of these Chinese stocks, when viewed on FINVIZ for a quick look at their numbers have scam written all over them, unusually low OS and floats, mind-blowing ROE and EPS/PE/Sales figures, etc. My opinion, a great many of these are nothing more than fly-by-night pennystocks that don't belong on the major exchange and only got there by reverse mergers/RTOs. Burying one's head in the sand leaves your a$$ for a target. By the way, nice article.
    Jan 17, 2011. 02:34 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 27 Red Flags for Chinese RTO Stock Investors to Look For [View article]
    Appreciate your diligence in this area. I didn't see LLEN on your list and I believe it, too, is an RTO. One thing you may want to add to your list of red flags is the unusually low OS and float numbers that show up on these companies. Looking at a quick overall picture on FINVIZ of most of these companies, pretty much all the numbers have that "too good to be true" look written all over them.
    Jan 17, 2011. 02:44 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Richard Russell: More Bearish Than Ever [View instapost]
    A very simple, reliable indicator can also be used for short-term gyrations in the S&P which can aid trading in the overall market. When the S&P moves 6% or more above the 50MA, chart patterns will generally fail to hit their predictive targets. At 8% or more above the 50MA chart patterns generally fail. I use this for position/swing-trading. At 8% or more I go to cash.
    Jan 16, 2011. 05:47 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Puda: Best of Coal Stocks [View article]
    No argument there. As for Cramer, well, there is actually a great way to play on his monkeyshine. When Cramer is shouting SELL SELL SELL, those are the stocks I watch as they drop southward looking for a new bottom and will usually provide a nice bounce making for a quick in-and-out play. CNBC talking heads are the puppets for Wall Street and where I get cautious is when they're all in agreement.
    Jan 3, 2011. 08:49 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Puda: Best of Coal Stocks [View article]
    LLEN has the same fundamental problem as PUDA when it comes to acquisition-based dilution. I do agree LLEN is a very strong play and am convinced Greenberg's comments were by design, ie, to accommodate short covering.
    Jan 1, 2011. 02:41 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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