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madmacd
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Most of the pennies I monitor are in the red today. Only a few made a fair showing. Just a down day in the market I guess. Can't take it to heart. Keep your chin up, tomorrow is another day. Will it be better? One can only hope.

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quote:
Originally posted by madmacd:
Most of the pennies I monitor are in the red today. Only a few made a fair showing. Just a down day in the market I guess. Can't take it to heart. Keep your chin up, tomorrow is another day. Will it be better? One can only hope.

[This message has been edited by madmacd (edited February 03, 2004).]


14 of my 20 are red lined seems to be a good day to buy before closing-maybe-


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Of twelve stocks we hold, nine show modest
gains, one unchanged, two down three percent.

Sold one for a gain of twenty-seven percent
in seventy-two hours.

Wishing all good trading tomorrow.

Purl Gurl


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PG smart--she's been studying PROFITABLE companies that are not getting caught in the BIG short squeeze manipulation play that the MM's are working to get OUT of the naked shorting biz--what is her strategy--she buys companies that nobody wants to sell when they get nervous
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This is true for most of my picks, Glassman.

Nonetheless, don't be misled. I pick some
real losers, be sure. None of us have it
right all the time.

One that currently tanked on me is GUSH.
I expect a good recovery, but I don't
know but what GUSH will continue falling.
We are down a nickel a share.

EFLT was doing well early last week at
a price of .065 per share, but tanked
after the Feds clobbered the markets.
This one, I know will recover. We are
in this one at .05 per share.

Yes, Glassman, strong companies which are
profitable or are becoming profitable with
strength, those are safer bets but none
are a guarantee.

You give me too much credit.

Purl Gurl


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madmacd
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Good on ya Purl-Gurl. Shows whose been burning the candle at both ends.
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Purl Gurl
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Which is why my fingers are often burnt
playing the stock market. I never learn.


Purl Gurl


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Or, judging from your environment in your younger years, you probably burn your fingers to save the CANDLE! (LOL)
Boy, if you weren't married . . . .

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My grandma didn't raise a fool.

I know to spit on my fingers before
putting out the candle flame. However,
it is more enjoyable to trick a cousin
into putting out the flame, sans spit.


Purl Gurl


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