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General Discussion · BUY ON RED !!!
msg #49140
1/11/2007 10:31:46 AM

CTEL momo

In $5 cross,with mental trailer.
Watching for vol surge.
Should hit 6 quick

IF you can watch intraday,HOD lists rock

General Discussion · BUY ON RED !!!
msg #49138
1/11/2007 9:54:25 AM

"Let's see what OBCI does at open."

Another 14% so far.
Might be near end.
Am trailing with 4% mental,gotta let it run,but gotta protect profits here

General Discussion · BUY ON RED !!!
msg #49137
1/11/2007 8:27:55 AM

"What about BHIP?
But do you hold them overnight?"

Holding overnight for me depends on a few things but mainly if a stock is in a huge 1 day breakout like FMDAD was on it's FIRST breakout day AND it held it's gain well into the close of the day,like it did ,I will hold overnight as these very often will gap up on the next open,just like FMDAD did.
I will sell by 10:30 most times as these tend to fade after 30-60 mins after the open.
Many times you can get 20% or more from the stock.

An example today is OBCI that brokeout huge yesterday.
It held good into close considering it was up 200% at one point yesterday.
This I would hold for the expected gap up on todays open and set a MENTAL trailing stop to lock in profits.
Let's see what OBCI does at open.

General Discussion · BUY ON RED !!!
msg #49117
1/10/2007 12:48:57 PM

OBCI CBLI called by 2 different folks EARLY

Right at this moment we are live in chat,they are flying.
So it's just not me who does this.

General Discussion · BUY ON RED !!!
msg #49114
1/10/2007 9:22:41 AM

(12:57) Muddy: Elle,FMDAD finally green 1.69

This was spotted going GREEN Monday.

Watch it at open today.
Will be near $4 out of the gate.That's 137% in 2 days.

I'll take my chances on GREEN.
You may have the "reds"


P.S.I don't stay glued to the PC all day either,I take at least an hour break everyday and walked away from trading for 16 months just recently.
Because I knew what I could do if/when I returned with GREEN holds.

General Discussion · BUY ON RED !!!
msg #49108
1/10/2007 6:54:43 AM

Hi bielyplafon,

In the case of FMDAD,it was a symbol change a few days ago,from low vol FMDAY.
I always try to follow symbol changes for at least a week because often news occurs during this time.
Look at CPSL which went from 5.45 to 13.73 in the first day it traded after changing from symbol OLAB.

I have followed GOAM a very long time as I know it tends to run hard and fast on big volume spikes.
The reason it's not included on my "favs" list is because it is only a 150k 3 month average vol stock.
Since i already have 100 stocks on my favs list in the file I felt I had to limit the list to higher average volume stocks.
Actually I would have had to add about 200 or more stocks to the file list that I have in my head that I know run big with volume % increases.

General Discussion · BUY ON RED !!!
msg #49101
1/10/2007 12:03:12 AM

Oh and :

"But if most investors (actually we should be called gamblers) are following conventional wisdom advice, that may be the reason that "THEY" say that most people lose money in the stock market."

My opinion is because they OUT THINK their selves.
I see new folks trading stuff they have no idea what the indicators or filters are even about,the running before you learn to walk syndrome.
Plus the folks that have so many filters and indicators they don't know where to turn next.
Trading is about psychology,use it to your advantage.
You ask the best traders here on the forums,I bet they keep it as simple as they can.

General Discussion · BUY ON RED !!!
msg #49100
1/9/2007 11:38:49 PM

"On the surface, "WAIT FOR GREEN" sounds nice and safe,but it's not as safe as it sounds, nor as profitable."

Find me 2 up from red stocks like these ,FMDAD(119% since green Monday) GOAM(41% in couple hours) "go green" stocks in the last 2 days.
Not to mention 3 huge gains on MEMY in a few hours 3 straight days after going green
And all 3 of them were already on my watchlist so it's not like I just picked them out of the air.
In fact all 3 were alerted VERY early green in live chat.
Don't get me wrong,you can make $$ buying on red work,like you said ,under the right conditions.
But I say NEVER EVER close to as much as waiting for green.

I saw a fellow asking on a thread does anybody really make 100% a year?
HUH? to that also.

Tuesday, January 9, 2007

The 10/60 cross,going green,knowing some favorite stocks,even dollar mark crosses,SIMPLE stuff like that.
This from yesterdays chat:

(12:57) Muddy: Elle,FMDAD finally green 1.69

(13:22) Muddy: FMDAD just crossed 10/60 1.8

If you look at a chart you'll see the volume spikes coming in there.

Then today:

(Jan 09-12:03) Muddy: we mentioned FMDAD yest,steady up near 2 now

(Jan 09-12:03) Muddy: old symbol FMDAY

(Jan 09-12:06) Muddy: just popped over 2

From there it went an unreal hod 3.70 !

And from yesterdays:

(11:26) Muddy: GOAM 7.5 ( i know this stock very well over the years as a potential bigtime runner with vol spikes,it had just gone green at 7.35,off lod EVEN 7)

(11:27) Muddy: to 8 (in a minute!)

(12:09) Muddy: GOAM 8 cross (there's the even mark cross)

(12:49) Muddy: do you see GOAM 10/60 cross today (the cross came at 7.70 and with a volume spike to boot!)

(13:00) Elle: yeah, GOAM is great runner (few times a year!)

(13:00) Muddy: yes sure is (and we KNOW this stock)

(13:23) Muddy: Elle,GOAM looks coiled

(13:24) Muddy: bid/ask flipping (watching price action)

It closed at 10.30

These kind are not rare at all,in fact if you go to Mondays log you'll see FMDAD and GOAM we are talking about them running at the SAME time of day!

Check out Thursdays, ,Fridays and Mondays log for MEMY.

This stock gave big profits on 3 straight days from SIMPLE STUFF

Posted by Muddy at 9:37 PM

Filter Exchange · OT: MSCI
msg #49073
1/8/2007 9:58:01 PM

Morgan Stanley Capital International - MSCI

What does it Mean? A series of indexes constructed by Morgan Stanley to help institutional investors benchmark their returns. These indexes are also used for investment purposes - in the form of exchanged-traded funds - by all types of investors. There are a wide range of indexes created by Morgan Stanely covering a wide range of developed and emerging economies and a wide range of economic sectors.

Investopedia Says... Most of these indexes can be purchased through iShares by institutional and retail investors around the world.

In providing benchmarks for institutional investors such as mutual funds and hedge funds, MSCI offers region- and sector-specific indexes that may be more relevant compared to a large market index such as the S&P 500. For example, a more appropriate index for a mutual fund that invests in small-cap stocks in the U.S. would be the 'MSCI US Small Cap 1750 Index' instead of the S&P 500.

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1/7/2007 12:55:52 PM

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