Tag: stocks

Instead of Makin’ Me Better, You Keep Me Makin’ Me Ill

Yesterday I stumbled across a ridiculous article on Yahoo! Finance called Retirement Guide for 20- and 30-Somethings. It was provided by SmartMoney and sponsored by Fidelity. Gee I wonder what their expert financial advice is at this time? … [continue reading]

Timing the Stock Market

I am not into Technical Analysis, nor do I care to be. My financial thesis is based off of valuations and statistics. Timing the daily or weekly movement is not something I am equipped to do. This means that … [continue reading]

Simple Math Says Get Out of the Stock Market

I want to expand on my 2009 Financial Prediction for the S&P 500.

By the end of 2009 it will hit 633. This estimate is based solely off earnings ($42.26 x PE of 15).

Where did that $42.26 number … [continue reading]

2009 Financial Predictions

Here are my 2009 Financial Predictions. My general thesis is:

  • Cash is King
  • If You’re Long You’re Wrong.

S&P 500 – By the end of 2009 it will hit 633. This estimate is based solely off earnings ($42.26 … [continue reading]

Jim Cramer, Me and One Week in July

On July 30th, CNBC’s Jim Cramer told his viewers: Yes, The Market Has Bottomed.

I am indeed sticking my neck out right here, right now, declaring emphatically that I believe the market will not revisit the panicked lows it

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Anatomy of a Good Trade

A few days ago I posted Anatomy of a Bad Trade, where I openly discussed the worst stock trade I ever did and the lessons I learned. This week I had a picture perfect trade, where I followed my … [continue reading]