Black Box Buy Signal!
$$ - Buy signal on the Black Box. Buying stocks. All in. As you know, I have been in cash and low beta stocks since the spring following a modified sell in may strategy. My portfolio outperformed the SP500 by nearly 7% year to date. I don't feel that good about it since I missed a big move in the summer. It should have been more! But, I will take it. Of course, the buy signal doesn't feel right. Tech stocks are crashing. Economic growth is slow. Companies are announcing layoffs. We have the fiscal cliff and partisan gridlock ahead, no
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/KEKl/~3/5m1Ow9lRp4I/black-box-buy-signal.html 2012-10-26 12:09:00 PST
Pigskin Picks (Week 3)!
I did horrible last week, but here are my best guesses this week. (In edit: 8 wins, 5 losses, 1 tie).Redskins are -4 at Houston, and I think Brunell gets untracked. Texans may never recover from not drafting Reggie Bush. I'll take Washington -4. Final: Washington 31-15. Winner!Jets are getting +5 at Buffalo. I think Chad Pennington looks great, and the Jets cover the spread. Final: Jets 28-20. Winner!Indianapolis -7 at home playing Jacksonville. I'm going to press the Colts and Manning. That's a big s
http://thelearningcurve.blogspot.com/2006/09/pigskin-picks-week-3.html 2006-09-30 14:47:00 PST
Back to the Backdate
In honor or the Backdated Options Scandal, I am considering running a new service here. Backdated NFL picks, and/or Fantasy Football tips.
Brought to you of course by Jimmy The Realistic and Concerned Investor .
OK, I have been patient on this option accruals and option backdating morass. But the doubling of the Broadcom (BRCM) charge to $1.5 billion and the subpoenas for Dell (DELL) have broken the back of my forbearance.
Both companies now come under the category of "have these earnings been phony?"
Formerly Jimmy the Backdating Apologi
http://adamsoptions.blogspot.com/2006/09/back-to-backdate.html 2006-09-11 08:14:00 PST
Sunday finds me watching football, and sighing at the lackluster performance of my fantasy football players. It feels as if the football season is winding down for my hopes of finishing near the top, so now I have to watch just for the game itself. Forget about the players, and hope for entertaining games. Which is why I find myself on my laptop, reading Barrons wirelessly in front of the big screen.
Speaking of, has Alan Ableson ever been right about anything?
Well, field goal battle between the 49ers and Bucs. Hey, it could be worse
http://thelearningcurve.blogspot.com/2005/10/sunday.html 2005-10-30 15:30:00 PST