Mdec: not a chance!
Degs, please accept my sincere apology
for coming across like you are a dummy.
This was not my intent and I am truly
sorry for my poor choice of wording.
I did state, somewhere, I can be annoying,
so much so, I know the taste of my foot.
My approach is virtually "instinctive"
having spent so many years in classrooms,
at all levels, including postgraduate.
This approach is to cause others to think,
to cause others to research and read, to
cause others to learn, on their own, with
a little directional pushing, a helping
hand, in more simple terms.
More candid, I usually do not serve up
help on a silver platter. This would be
wrongful behavior on my part by causing
more damage than good.
You, the reader, will learn more through
tackling problems on your own, with a
little help along the way. What you read,
what you learn, will be "burnt" into your
eeprom, this thing known as your brain,
when you have to work at learning.
You can always simply ask point blank what
you want to know, like the name of this
goldmine. I might tell, I might not.
In this case, not.
Selfish? Greedy? Darn straight! I have a
stock which I work three to four times
a year, a well hidden gem which consistently
nets me a good profit based on gold prices.
That stock precisely follows the price of
gold, year in and year out. Should I disclose
the name of this stock, it would be ruined.
So many people would rush in, so many would
start working it, none would profit, many
would lose money. This goldmine, it would
collapse upon itself.
I will share this. A goldmine doesn't mean
literally that, maybe it does. A goldmine
is your own personal little stash you want
all to yourself because you are a greedy
selfish money grubbing jerk who wants to
keep all the money, and share with none.
That's me. Well, I am keeping all the
money so I can give it to my daughter
who will promptly blow it on a Ferrari
or a Contach.
Pretty simple, find a stock which flows
with the gold. Buy when gold is down, sell
when gold is up. Like I said, simple, yes?
You know, there is black gold, as well.
Today's events related earlier, what stocks
do you think I will be looking to buy bright
and early at opening bell tomorrow?
Degs, I am sorry. I did not mean to offend.