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sleep is no fun.......im playin' a mafia game and drunkin' beer........lol.....if ya wanna join i posted the link in the off topic.....fun stuff

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Sounds like something I would be quite interested in.
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go sign up and let me know ......it's tight.......it's free

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hey kevinfromnyc my name is noah i come and go from the board occasionally stating that im a beleiver in qtv and i always try and post how many shares i now have.right now i have 1,550,000 shares and will be adding as i can.i live in nj but work in ny and i always tell everyone i know about qtv.sometimes i just walk up to a gay or lesbian couple and say "have you heard of qtv or; qbid" if they seem like they might know stocks.the most common response has been no never heard of them but please tell me about it.then i give them a short run down and tell them to google it or research it this is the real deal and if they want to or are capable should invest what they can afford to.the reason i am addressing you is that i want to help in anyway i can to assist in your efforts to bringing qtv to the main stream public.i think we are not far from the lid being blown off of this little bomb called qtv but i just want to know if you ever need any help in getting the word out their i would be 110% into helping.im not sure if it would be wise to put my email address on the board but i work in soho and would be glad to meet you at a coffee shop sometime to discuss how we can help get the word out about qtv.i have told probably hundreds of people about qtv and encouraged those that i thought might be able to invest in this but only a few have actually put down some $$$ into it.in my mind its their loss for not beleiving but time will tell as it always does.well sorry for being so long about saying that i just want to help out if their is a need for help.good luck to you all and i certainly feel like good things are coming for those that can wait.

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quote:
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hey kevinfromnyc my name is noah i come and go from the board occasionally stating that im a beleiver in qtv and i always try and post how many shares i now have.right now i have 1,550,000 shares and will be adding as i can.i live in nj but work in ny and i always tell everyone i know about qtv.sometimes i just walk up to a gay or lesbian couple and say "have you heard of qtv or; qbid" if they seem like they might know stocks.the most common response has been no never heard of them but please tell me about it.then i give them a short run down and tell them to google it or research it this is the real deal and if they want to or are capable should invest what they can afford to.the reason i am addressing you is that i want to help in anyway i can to assist in your efforts to bringing qtv to the main stream public.i think we are not far from the lid being blown off of this little bomb called qtv but i just want to know if you ever need any help in getting the word out their i would be 110% into helping.im not sure if it would be wise to put my email address on the board but i work in soho and would be glad to meet you at a coffee shop sometime to discuss how we can help get the word out about qtv.i have told probably hundreds of people about qtv and encouraged those that i thought might be able to invest in this but only a few have actually put down some $$$ into it.in my mind its their loss for not beleiving but time will tell as it always does.well sorry for being so long about saying that i just want to help out if their is a need for help.good luck to you all and i certainly feel like good things are coming for those that can wait.

Sounds good to me. I'm in NJ most weekends, and in NYC the rest of the time when I'm not traveling.
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First I am going to contact Q and see if I can work with them. I hope they are open to some ideas I have.

I want to see if they already have some marketing material I can use, otherwise I’ll come up with my own and seek approval before I do anything major.

[ June 04, 2005, 04:10: Message edited by: Kevin from NYC ]

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quote:
Originally posted by noah129:
...i have told probably hundreds of people about qtv and encouraged those that i thought might be able to invest in this but only a few have actually put down some $$$ into it.in my mind its their loss for not beleiving but time will tell as it always does...

It is funny that you say that. I have called a few friends and asked if they have a few thousand dollars that they don't know what to do with... Then I tell them about QBID, and over the phone help them set up an on-line trading account, if they don't have one already. I have only told a few close friends so far. Because I know they will invest blindly based on my word, I only tell people who I'd be willing to give them my own money if the investment didn't work out for them.

Also, there is a private investment banking group that I may meet with to see if I can get them to invest in Q. They are a group of very wealthy people that look for opportunities, and are not afraid to take some risk if the profit potential is there. I already have a good relationship with some that are involved in this group, so they would be glad to hear me out.

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Well Kevin and Noah looks like you guys are working Florida NY and NJ, I'm working Washington State. I'll be checking out their offices here hopefully some time this weekend. Gay Days are the 17th and 18th down in Olympia, I'm gonna try to be there as well. Hopefully we make a difference. Good luck guys and 5 stars for you as well.

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Oh, and I have also been mentioning Q to my friends. They are all investing in it now. I didn't have to pump or anything. All I had to say was check this co. out and do some research. They all bought and are excited to own it.

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Risk Metrics down to 556,she keeps on falling!

http://www.nasdaq.com/services/riskMetrics.stm?&tickers=QBID

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Come monday, I belive I will join in as well. Just talked to a few of my wifes friends, and they told me about it (nothing not already posted).If people know about in MS., this has to atleast, have a chance of being HUGE.

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quote:
Originally posted by Rich735:
Risk Metrics down to 556,she keeps on falling!

http://www.nasdaq.com/services/riskMetrics.stm?&tickers=QBID

Looks great to me.

The lowest Q ever was is 504.
The lowest PLNI has ever been is 624.

I think we'll be under 500 soon the way we are trending down.

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[Smile] Very Nice indeed.....

first update from Orlando:By: 98-dwg
04 Jun 2005, 08:42 AM EDT
Msg. 108610 of 108611
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update from gaydays orlando...

I just want to summarize my five hours yesterday at Gaydays and the visibility of Q Television. I went with another QBID stockholder-(over quarter mill.dollars invested-he doesn't post on RB but reads the boards).
We first visited the Splash party at Wyndham Palace but it was over by 5:30. There was a trade show in the hotel and Q had a table. They had given out all of the Q hats,chapstick w/Q and gaygames on the outside, and neck key chains with Q on the fabric portion. They had a full box of completed signup forms for- more Q info and a request to carry Q on their cable.
The Sheraton Orlando Hotel also had a trade show and our product and name were exhibited combined with Gay Games.
We stopped by Pulse nightclub downtown Orlando as we had been told that Q would 'have an exposure there'.
Sure enough as we drove in the parking lot, Chrissane was outside writing script for the broadcast of On Q Live.
It was still early, 7:30 pm, so the club was open but the staff, Q crew and the two of us were only ones there.
We spoke with Chrissane and Cassian for a good 30 min and watched them broadcast from the club.
Here's my summary and opinion.
The staff of Q know nothing about the stock. The hired staff at the tradeshow said they were told to say that Q will be broadcasting nationwide by year end.

After seeing the exposure, talking with Chrissane and Cassian, IHAVE NO DOUBTS THIS COMPANY IS GOING TO BE HUGE.

We have and use the studio in Texas. They had heard we would be aquiring one in Ca.

Folks these people, staff of Q, believe and act as though they are broadcasting to the Nation. I don't even think they know that it's just on RCN. They believe in their product, they believe in Q, they believe in their contribution to the GLBT community, and they believe in themselves. That confidence has given me a comfort level about my investment that can only be described as 'Q will be big".

Didn't see Frank but got his 'assistants' phone number and are attempting to line up meeting with him today. While I can not attend,my Friend and Bepop will be there and update you later. I have a few pictures and will post on Monday,(left cord at work).

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quote:
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[Smile] Very Nice indeed.....

first update from Orlando:By: 98-dwg
04 Jun 2005, 08:42 AM EDT
Msg. 108610 of 108611
Jump to msg. #
update from gaydays orlando...

I just want to summarize my five hours yesterday at Gaydays and the visibility of Q Television. I went with another QBID stockholder-(over quarter mill.dollars invested-he doesn't post on RB but reads the boards).
We first visited the Splash party at Wyndham Palace but it was over by 5:30. There was a trade show in the hotel and Q had a table. They had given out all of the Q hats,chapstick w/Q and gaygames on the outside, and neck key chains with Q on the fabric portion. They had a full box of completed signup forms for- more Q info and a request to carry Q on their cable.
The Sheraton Orlando Hotel also had a trade show and our product and name were exhibited combined with Gay Games.
We stopped by Pulse nightclub downtown Orlando as we had been told that Q would 'have an exposure there'.
Sure enough as we drove in the parking lot, Chrissane was outside writing script for the broadcast of On Q Live.
It was still early, 7:30 pm, so the club was open but the staff, Q crew and the two of us were only ones there.
We spoke with Chrissane and Cassian for a good 30 min and watched them broadcast from the club.
Here's my summary and opinion.
The staff of Q know nothing about the stock. The hired staff at the tradeshow said they were told to say that Q will be broadcasting nationwide by year end.

After seeing the exposure, talking with Chrissane and Cassian, IHAVE NO DOUBTS THIS COMPANY IS GOING TO BE HUGE.

We have and use the studio in Texas. They had heard we would be aquiring one in Ca.

Folks these people, staff of Q, believe and act as though they are broadcasting to the Nation. I don't even think they know that it's just on RCN. They believe in their product, they believe in Q, they believe in their contribution to the GLBT community, and they believe in themselves. That confidence has given me a comfort level about my investment that can only be described as 'Q will be big".

Didn't see Frank but got his 'assistants' phone number and are attempting to line up meeting with him today. While I can not attend,my Friend and Bepop will be there and update you later. I have a few pictures and will post on Monday,(left cord at work).

Very well done! 90 Stars!

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Exellent report BR....You got STARS..........casper
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quote:
Originally posted by Kevin from NYC:
quote:
Originally posted by Rich735:
Risk Metrics down to 556,she keeps on falling!

http://www.nasdaq.com/services/riskMetrics.stm?&tickers=QBID

Looks great to me.

The lowest Q ever was is 504.
The lowest PLNI has ever been is 624.

I think we'll be under 500 soon the way we are trending down.

I hate to mention this again but in the middle of March the Risk Metrics were in the 470 to 490 range.

This is the third time in the last week or so that someone has stated that it's the lowest ever. I really think that this is a disservice to anyone new to QBID.

I'm not trying to be negative on the stock( I bought more this week myself ), but false positive statements are just as harmful as false negative statements, if not more so.
Someone may invest their hard earned money based on that statement where they might not otherwise. I don't think anyone here wants that.(maybe some do)

You know, because these QBID threads are so long due to quotes and re-quotes of long copy and pasted posts, most people do not have the time to go back and read what has been posted in just the not to distant past.

Let me post another thing I've observed here.
I really don't think there needs to be this "any minute now it's gonna blow" feeling perpetuated on these threads either. The company is going to do what it's going to do. In fact, maybe if we took an "any minute now it's gonna tank" attitude for a week or so(I'm not talking about bashing), maybe it will light a little fire under the company's a** and they will move a little faster.

Another thing.
I know we want to be positive about our stock here but I've actually seen it posted "I hope it drops a little more so I can pick up cheaper shares".
That's not being positive, that's the ultimate psychological bashing technique.

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OH Buckwheat and Casper.....Stop.....Your making me Blush.....LOL

Seriously, with this kind of coverage and reported professionlism being shown, Q is going to be BIG.
G/L version of what ESPN is to sports.

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People on IHUB are still seeing Q commericals! I will try to get more info!!!
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I am not new to QBID I have been invested for about 18 months now. This will be my first post as I prefer to be lurking and investing. In reality I do not have much time to sit around and watch the boards. In the past there were a number of supporters of QBID who would post great DD and brought some integrity to this thread, I don't see them anymore and I was wondering whatever happened to them. Posters like Lil, Reality21, Doctoall, Dardadog. Have they sold and moved on? I don't know where those guys are now but I sure miss them and their positive honest perspective on this stock.

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quote:
Originally posted by stashu:
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Originally posted by Kevin from NYC:
quote:
Originally posted by Rich735:
Risk Metrics down to 556,she keeps on falling!

http://www.nasdaq.com/services/riskMetrics.stm?&tickers=QBID

Looks great to me.

The lowest Q ever was is 504.
The lowest PLNI has ever been is 624.

I think we'll be under 500 soon the way we are trending down.

I hate to mention this again but in the middle of March the Risk Metrics were in the 470 to 490 range.

This is the third time in the last week or so that someone has stated that it's the lowest ever. I really think that this is a disservice to anyone new to QBID.

I'm not trying to be negative on the stock( I bought more this week myself ), but false positive statements are just as harmful as false negative statements, if not more so.
Someone may invest their hard earned money based on that statement where they might not otherwise. I don't think anyone here wants that.(maybe some do)

You know, because these QBID threads are so long due to quotes and re-quotes of long copy and pasted posts, most people do not have the time to go back and read what has been posted in just the not to distant past.

Let me post another thing I've observed here.
I really don't think there needs to be this "any minute now it's gonna blow" feeling perpetuated on these threads either. The company is going to do what it's going to do. In fact, maybe if we took an "any minute now it's gonna tank" attitude for a week or so(I'm not talking about bashing), maybe it will light a little fire under the company's a** and they will move a little faster.

Another thing.
I know we want to be positive about our stock here but I've actually seen it posted "I hope it drops a little more so I can pick up cheaper shares".
That's not being positive, that's the ultimate psychological bashing technique.

Stashu,

I never said this was the lowest ever. Please be more careful when you claim someone is being dishonest.

I went to the Risk Metrics site and clicked on show all data (goes all the way back to 2003)

The following is what was displayed:

RiskGrade: 556 Min: 504 Max: 2929 Avg: 1637

That is where I got the lowest ever 504 from. I did not claim or imply that was the current score.

You say that you remember it lower than 500, are you going by your memory, or do you have data?

When other people say "this is the lowest I remember seeing it", they are only talking about what they remember, just like you are. I took the data right off the site to support my claim.

I did look at the date range from the site since your post, and it does not include March 2005, so you could be right. Even still, you are talking about 470-490, and I was talking about 504... The fact is the risk is trending down, and it is ok to let people on here know that. If the trend continues, it will go below 490 as well.

There are many events going on in June that involve Q. There is reason for people to be excited.

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Stashu,

You said, “Another thing. I know we want to be positive about our stock here but I've actually seen it posted "I hope it drops a little more so I can pick up cheaper shares".
That's not being positive, that's the ultimate psychological bashing technique.”

We all know there is a buyback taking place. The sustained low pps of .0019 - .0021 is great for the buyback. It is one of the few times anyone would be happy about a low pps. Also, the fact that the price has stayed near the same for a while is a major factor in the Risk Metric formula. It is one of the reasons the Risk has been dropping.

Those things being true, it is understandable why people would be happy about a low pps, both for buyback, and to allow them to buy more before the buyback completes.

Some people might get so excited that the may even hope the pps drops a tic or two. In this unique situation we find ourselves, a drop of a tic or two will actually help in the long term value of this stock, and the value to the investors who buy at the low prices.

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As part of the ten milion club lets stop poking at one another and wait for this thing to pop, its great that the risk metrics is going down and thanks for the dd on that. sugar not salt.
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i was nice [Smile] I'm always nice.
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quote:
Originally posted by QBID4ME:
I am not new to QBID I have been invested for about 18 months now. This will be my first post as I prefer to be lurking and investing. In reality I do not have much time to sit around and watch the boards. In the past there were a number of supporters of QBID who would post great DD and brought some integrity to this thread, I don't see them anymore and I was wondering whatever happened to them. Posters like Lil, Reality21, Doctoall, Dardadog. Have they sold and moved on? I don't know where those guys are now but I sure miss them and their positive honest perspective on this stock.

I don't know Lil, Reality21 got into a bruiser of a conflict and we have not heard from her since, Doctoall is still here but just very busy with personal stuff and occasionally pops in to say hi and Daradog was also caught up in some unusual activity, I think to do with Reallity21. I'll be honest with you, those who fall to see the importance of posting on truth and fact, for some reason are no longer here.

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Big lesbian pool party today at a hotel here in Orlando. The cool thing was many of the ladies were wearing black and orange Q TELEVISION hats!!! C'mon Frank let this baby FLY!!
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Thanks for the update cement shoes!! Very exciting!!(In more than 1 way!!)LOL

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Big lesbian pool party today at a hotel here in Orlando. The cool thing was many of the ladies were wearing black and orange Q TELEVISION hats!!! C'mon Frank let this baby FLY!!


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Posted on Q Television site 06/04/05

On Q Live -- LIVE!
Watch for the QTN floats and camera crews! QTN will be bringing you live 24 hour coverage from the following parades and festivals:

Atlanta (June 7th - June 10th, 2005)
Please come and be a part of our live studio audience every night from 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM at:

Joes on Juniper
1049 Juniper St. NE
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 875-6634

Boston (June 10th and 11th, 2005)
We'll be broadcasting LIVE from the Boston Gay Pride Parade route! Stop by and see us there!

San Francisco (June 20th - June 26th, 2005)
Come join us in San Fransisco! We'll be in the Castro from the 20th through the 26th and will be broadcasting LIVE in the evenings beginning on the 20th and running through the 24th!

More to come! Please check again for future locations!

Long, strong and holding and oh yes still acumulation [Big Grin]

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I don't read this forum as much as I used but I just wanted to ask, Does QTV really have 15,000 subcribers at this point? or is that just rumor. Thanks

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Funny that you should ask about "REALITY". Seems that she "gave up QBID a long time ago". Imagine that. .

http://www.allstocks.com/stockmessageboard/ubb/ultimatebb.php/ubb/get_topic/f/8/t/014368.html

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I never left...lol

Just moved in to the LURK mode.

Still make my living trading.

Still addicted....lol

Still have the turkey baister but gave up QBID a long time ago.....

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UOTE]Originally posted by QBID4ME:
I am not new to QBID I have been invested for about 18 months now. This will be my first post as I prefer to be lurking and investing. In reality I do not have much time to sit around and watch the boards. In the past there were a number of supporters of QBID who would post great DD and brought some integrity to this thread, I don't see them anymore and I was wondering whatever happened to them. Posters like Lil, Reality21, Doctoall, Dardadog. Have they sold and moved on? I don't know where those guys are now but I sure miss them and their positive honest perspective on this stock. [/QUOTE]

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This stock is still around?

There's a reason why we all moved on. Hope you newbies realize Frank (the ceo) is NOT doing the right thing for his shareholders.

Good luck.

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BT, I think with the BUYBACK its EASY MONEY. True the BUYBACk is not exactly Shareholder friendly. But I we can still make money on the NEXT SPIKE. Which is almost a certainty.

Otherwise Frank would not be BUYING.

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Earth - I'm always a fan of swing trading but I haven't touched QBID since I sold half a year ago.

My concern are to the ones that say "I'm holding" or "QBID will be at $1.00"...

I'll buy some shares when QBID is in a definete uptrend, even if I see it at .02... This price is a joke and it's freefalling since April 04' when it hit .028.

Good luck.

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My whole point about this RiskMetrics thing is that yes, it's dropping now. Good thing, I guess.

It was dropping in early March before the spike to .0055.
But since then, it had risen quite a bit.

No one posted a thing about RiskMetrics during that time.
I'm sure the folks who posted about RiskMetrics in March looked them up in April. Did they see them going up and say to themselves "I'm not going to post that, It'll seem like bashing"?

Is this an indicator that we should be taking seriously or not? I personally don't give it much value at all.
But it seems we only use it when it's going down.

That's all, I'm not trying to get into a pissing match with anyone.

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Yeah I think this is good reading for all of us. Frank I not doing well by the stockholders at all. This is something Diana posted, please read cause alot of us(if we want to admit it or not) are examples.

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A REMINDER OF THE GOOD OLD TRADING DAYS--

The stock market is a money machine for a small number of people. Most investors, including mutual fund managers in nice suits, don't beat the stock market. You should accept this fact if you are investing in stocks.

That does not mean there are not lots of people who are making money in stocks. The problem is that they are only doing it from time to time. There are few who consistently do it, the rest are just getting short term loans when they hit a winner. Eventually, most investors give back their gains.

The result is that the average investor, whether they are making their own investment decisions or letting someone else do it for them, is earning what the market earns over the long term. Historically, that is about 7% per year.

Who is making all the money?

For the most part, it is the insiders. The people who start the companies that are the basis for the paper the financial industry calls stock certificates. The game is simple; sell the paper to the investing public, make a lot of loot, buy big houses in Florida.

Admittedly, my cynicism is over the top, but you get the idea. The stock market favors a small group of people who know more than the rest of us. For a long time, I have been telling people that to do well in the stock market, you have to do what the insiders do, but I have come to realize that doing this alone is not enough.

My preaching over the past ten years has focused on using market activity to figure out what the smart money is doing, and then do the same thing. One step behind the smart money, but 10 steps ahead of the public, and most anyone with access to stock charts can do well in the market. I made a lot of money trading stocks because I focused on the stock that are behaving abnormally and traded them well using simple technical analysis.

However, there is more to the game of trading stocks than just good analysis. There are good chart readers and well informed insiders that have the same thing in common; they can not make money in the stock market. Their lack of performance shared the same reason.

They don't have their head screwed on straight.

Actually, they do have their mental faculties properly aligned, but they are just not set up properly for stock market trading. From the time we are small children we are taught to avoid pain and seek out pleasure. We can all hear our parents warning us to not touch the stove, but to have a good time when we joined our friends. Our upbringing is destructive to our performance in the market. To be successful, we must learn to be behavioral deviants.

To make my point, I outline the life cycle of a stock, and how the successful trader differs from the minion who has the typical psychological responses to the stock market;

Stage 1 - Accumulation. Stock is quiet, trading sideways and without a lot of volatility. Most everyone ignores the stock because it has no sizzle. Insiders hold large blocks of stock and quietly gear up for the distribution.

Stage 2 - Breakout. Volume jumps up, psychological barriers are broken. Insiders begin to tell their friends of upcoming significant fundamental change. Pros take notice and buy the stock on the coat tails of the well informed. The public ignores it because they have not read about the company in the paper yet. It must be a scam.

Stage 3 - Uptrend. As a larger audience learns of the company and its promise, more buying comes in to the stock and it begins to climb. Pros begin to sell, but slowly. Average investor begins to buy.

Stage 4 - Pullback. The stock has gone up too fast, and some profit taking arrives. The jumpy investor who got the entry timing right but lacks confidence in his or her decision sells the stock with a small profit, and smiles in the mirror. The Pro holds on, Average Investor looks through the newspaper to find justification for ownership of the shares.

Stage 5 - Resumption of the Uptrend. The pull back is short lived, and the stock bounces and continues higher. The wannabe regrets the sell, but provides self counsel on the merit of making a profit, albeit a small one. The Pro might sell a little bit more, but still holds the majority of the original position. The Average Investor is getting excited now, and thinks about what could have been if only he had bought when he first noticed the stock.

Stage 6 - Exhaustion of the Uptrend. The media takes notice, and communicates the company's merits to the masses. The masses buy the stock, and it goes up sharply with strong volume. The Pros sell with enthusiasm. The Average Investor owns it now, and is telling everyone who will listen. The wannabe Pro jumps back on, after all, he was smart enough to buy it when the trend started, so he knows the stock well. Will hope make it go higher?

Stage 7 - Gravity Works. Pro selling begins to weigh on the uptrend, and the stock fails to go higher despite high volumes. The stock starts to go down instead of up, and the Pro is almost sold out. The Average Investor continues to cheer lead, hoping to rally support. The wannabe ignores what the market is telling him, taking a loss is too painful to consider. The company is featured on the cover of a magazine.

Stage 8 - The Second Guess. The stock bounces and starts to go back up. The wannabe Pro averages down while the Average Investor gets back to advising friends of his stock picking acumen. Pros sell their remaining holdings and begin to look for another deal to play, or perhaps start short selling the stock.

Stage 9 - Out of Gas. The bounce is a fake out, and the stock moves lower again. The public own this stock, and they have no more power to buy. The Pro are making money on the short sales now, but are despised by the masses. Calls for short selling to be made illegal are made by the Average Investor, after all, the short sellers are the demons causing the sell off.

Stage 10 - Dead Cat Bounce. The Average Investor and the wannabe Pro have no pain tolerance left, and finally sell for a big loss. The short selling Pros are the only buyers to take the share off their hands, and provide the needed liquidity. The stock bounces, and some short term traders make a quick profit. The Average Investor either swears to never buy a stock again, or tells lively stories over drinks about the one that could have been.

Stage 11 - Post Mortem. Pros have forgot about the stock and are considering carpet samples for their new home in Florida. Average Investor continues to follow the company and buys loads of cheap stock to try and overcome the regrettable loss.

The stock market is mean. You can be a good analyst, but if you can't overcome the psychological traps of trading, you will do what the crowd does. To be successful, you have be one step ahead of the crowd, and trade with unemotional discipline. There are strategies to take advantage of each stage of the market cycle that can be applied just by looking at a stock chart. They just require a bit of knowledge

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stashu - it is better to be pissed off than pissed on

qnique - great post. I'm going to save that one.

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