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as214
msg #52314
6/19/2007 2:57:49 PM

I don't use stops. Many investors dont. If I buy something that is trading at roughly half of its true worth at an incredible margin of safety for no reason other than the market has misappraised it, why would I sell it if it became an even bigger bargain? If it went down a few % points I reevaluate(insider sales/buys, scandals, lawsuits, etc.) then hold firm to my convictions! Now if Im playing around and making some short term cash then Ill set a stop but it will be a mental stop. It wont be based on any indicator. It will be a predetermined price established at the time of purchase!

General Discussion · E-Book...The Intelligent Investor
as214
msg #52310
6/19/2007 1:49:27 PM

As to as214, you should note that TEX wasn't the only stock that doubled in the past year. There were lots of stocks that doubled, and some even tripled or more. Hence ure foresight isn't so laudable as you claim to be.

Moreover, you write that you give "a step by step concise, precise detailed oriented methodology that selects triple digit gains in under a year as posted in real time!" Frankly, I don't recall you stating when you actually bought nor have I seen an actual trade log to confirm that it was done. Plus, TEX is likely to be the rosiest scenario you can give in chalking up ure affinity to the oracle of Omaha. Why don't you open up the book and let us see how the rest of ure portfolio is doing?





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Im glad lots of stocks doubled and tripled, how many have you held for triple digit gains thats the real question? I have posted everything in real time.. TEX and ZEUS and will continue to do so. Its your right to put me on ignore if you so choose. I dont care about the critics, I care about helping out beginning learners as others have helped me.

General Discussion · E-Book...The Intelligent Investor
as214
msg #52308
6/19/2007 1:42:12 PM

This was in response to Averys post on OCt 25! The only one Ive sold since then was TM, in which I used the funds to roll into ZEUS! All are still holding!





10/25/2006 8:40:28 PM

Hi Avery,


CAT, TEX, AET, VLO, GS, and TM. Normally I only hold five at one rime, if I sell one I replace it with another, or add to my core positions when an opportunity presents itself. The reason I have six is because CAT provided me with a wonderful opportunity right after earnings. There was extreme panic selling ..typical post earnings overreaction, the same happened when I bought AET in 32's at the end of July. Its now back up to above 39 now. I bought CAT on margin, something that Id vowed I never would do. I never really believed much in technical analyisis until I met you and have helped me save thousands by pinpointing entries. I thank you for that.. Hopefully I can return the favor to you by showing you that stocks not only have technical areas of support and resistance, but financial regions of support and resistance as well..and that these regions often act in conjunction with technical data to provide consistent, steady increases in equity prices over the course of a given period.

One of your many disciples,

As214


General Discussion · E-Book...The Intelligent Investor
as214
msg #52305
6/19/2007 1:01:33 PM

RTucker,


Zeus fell 10 percent from my buy point not 20! I dont hope for anything like you'll have to with JBLU! So much for your intellectual honesty!

General Discussion · E-Book...The Intelligent Investor
as214
msg #52291
modified
6/18/2007 10:39:57 PM

Hmmm,


A rookie amateur who makes a contracting range bs filter that delivers over 50 hits and cant even figure out how to click on a magnifying glass...providing nothing substantative and tangible that one could use for real profits VS. a step by step concise, precise detailed oriented methodology that selects triple digit gains in under a year as posted in real time! You're out of your league Alfie you belong in a Wizetrade seminar or trend trading with Waxie!

General Discussion · E-Book...The Intelligent Investor
as214
msg #52289
6/18/2007 8:55:56 PM

I'm bored by your posting of hypothetical scenarios that a beginning investor or trader would refurbish in their minds after reading the Idiots Guide to Investing! Contribute something useful for once(you've been here long enough), instead of constant snide remarks that come out of your trap. You might find it enlightning.

General Discussion · E-Book...The Intelligent Investor
as214
msg #52287
6/18/2007 8:19:44 PM

It's always easy after the fact! Would you have held onto it that long? Would you have taken profits prematurely..then because of your massive gain rolled it into another speculative play and lost a significant portion of it? What if you would have bought CSCO in 1990 at .26 cents a share? 470K is hardly life changing it's half a years work!

General Discussion · E-Book...The Intelligent Investor
as214
msg #52279
6/18/2007 12:55:23 PM

Maybe in another year or so Ill give homebuilders a serious look, now no way. That would even be less prudent than your CROX short.

General Discussion · E-Book...The Intelligent Investor
as214
msg #52276
6/18/2007 10:12:47 AM

Thank you Dan! I hope to be able to return the favor one day!

General Discussion · E-Book...The Intelligent Investor
as214
msg #52273
6/18/2007 8:22:02 AM

Does anyone know where I can get the above mentioned ebook and/or other classics to download to my Blackberry? It will make for more productive use of my time when travelling then playing brickbreaker.. lol. Thanks

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