Wednesday, October 31, 2007

WallStrip Video:10-31-07 Wallstrip Halloween

Today, Lindsay joins the ranks of the Undead to scour New York for brains….and stock tips. Happy Halloween Wallstrippers!

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

WallStrip Video:10-30-07 Agrium Inc. (AGU)

Lindsay and Howard hit the links to find out who’s more like Tiger…and to talk Agrium Inc. (AGU)

Monday, October 29, 2007

Stockmarket Status as on end of day Monday Oct 29, 2007

The stock market indices Dow Jones Index and Standard and Poors Index have finally crawled upto the 20 days moving average line (Blue line).

The market momentum is still bearish as shown by the red colored bars.

The QQQQ, which represents the NASDAQ is above the 20 days moving average but has a bearish momentum, as shown by the red colored bars.

To become bullish, the indices have to be above the blue 20 day moving average line and above the pink 50 day moving average line and also have green colored bars.

Let us wait and see what happens, because the market is still at a critical junction here. It could just as easily turn down and crash downwards from the 20 days moving average line (blue line)


WallStrip Video:10-29-07 Seasonality: Fall

In a world that is slowly warming, the coming of Fall can only mean one thing: time to hit the beach.

Friday, October 26, 2007

WallStrip Video:10-26-07 Wallstrip Chat: Dan Lyons

Lindsay has some laughs with Dan Lyons, the blogger behind The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs. []

Thursday, October 25, 2007

WallStrip Video:10-25-07 Target Corporation (TGT)

Lindsay’s take on this retail giant is right on Target. Target Corporation (TGT).


Tuesday, October 23, 2007

WallStrip Video: 10-23-07 LMI Aerospace Inc. (LMIA)

LMI Aerospace Inc. (LMIA) manufactures the components that make flight possible. And we’re not talking about bongs.


Monday, October 22, 2007

Does Trend Following work on Stocks?

The evidence suggests that trend following can work well on stocks.
Buying stocks at new all time highs and exiting them after they’ve fallen below a 10 ATR trailing stop would have yielded a significant return on average.

The evidence also suggests that such trading would not have resulted in significant tax burdens relative to buy & hold investing.

Test results show the potential for diversification exceeding that of the typical mutual fund.
The trade results distribution shows significant right skew, indicating that large outlier trades would have been concentrated among winning trades rather than losing trades. At this stage we are comfortable answering the question “Does trend following work on stocks?” The evidence strongly suggests that it does.



WallStrip Video:10-22-07 BlackBerry Beef

What’s Beef? Beef is when you need two gats to go to sleep. Beef is when your
Moms ain’t safe in the streets. Beef is when you get screwed at the BlackBerry Pageant. Research In Motion Ltd. (RIMM)


Saturday, October 20, 2007

Stockmarket Status as on Saturday Oct 20, 2007

Before the Friday Oct 19 crash, the markets had already been showing signs of weakness.

Notice how the price bars in DreamTai turned RED a few days before.
Now the market is at a very important level, which is the 50 day moving average (shown by pink line in DreamTai)
Surprisingly, Nasdaq remained strong. The QQQQ closed at the 20 day moving average support level (Blue line in DreamTai)

One possible scenario is that the market can crash and break down below the 50 day moving average level, at which stage the stock market is officially BEARISH.

Another scenario is that the market will use the 50 day moving average as support and rise up again.

Yet another scenario is that the market will just chop around the moving averages for some time till it decides the next course to take.

Let us wait and see what happens next.

It is safer not to enter any long positions and to tighten the stops on the existing positions.

WallStrip Video: [Blackstar Funds]

Howard sits down with Cole Wilcox and Eric Crittenden of Blackstar Funds to uncover the intricate webs of life, love lost, and stock market trend following, which ensnare us all. [Blackstar Funds]

Friday, October 19, 2007

WallStrip Video:10-19-07 Wallstrip Chat: Nick Grouf

Lindsay sits down with Nick Grouf, co-founder and CEO of Spot Runner, to figure out why Michael Eisner thinks Spot Runner could be the next Google.


Thursday, October 18, 2007

WallStrip Video: 10-18-07 Wallstrip’d Personals

Today, Wallstrip takes a look at the business of love. And by the way, the personals that you are about to see are real, straight from Craigslist.


Wednesday, October 17, 2007

WallStrip Video:10-17-07 Lifeway Foods, Inc. (LWAY)

For the first time ever, Wallstrip hires a private investigator to find out why a company is doing so well. Lifeway Foods, Inc. (LWAY) Please send flowers and cards to Beth Israel Hospital, N.Y., New York


Tuesday, October 16, 2007

WallStrip Video:10-16-07 Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation (SWHC)

Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation (SWHC) your one stop shop for… air freshener?


Saturday, October 13, 2007

WallStrip Video

Howard’s take on Chipotle is just like their ingredients…F-R-E-S-H.

Friday, October 12, 2007

WallStrip Video:10-12-07 Wallstrip Chat: Brian Lent

Lindsay sits down with Brian Lent, co-founder and CEO of Medio Systems, to discuss mobile search and why he turned down Yahoo! and Google.

Thursday, October 11, 2007

WallStrip Video: 10-11-07 3M Co. (MMM)

Investors in 3M Co. (MMM) are counting their money, money, money while Lindsay tells the rest of us where to stick it. [3M]

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

WallStrip Video:10-10-07 IHOP Corp. (IHP)

On today’s Wallstrip, we hear the harrowing story of a grandmother and her struggle against a Pancake Empire. IHOP Corp. (IHP).


Sunday, October 07, 2007

Stockmarket Status as on Oct 7, 2007

All the indices are green and bullish.
Good time to buy strongly trending stocks with high PowerRankings.

Stock Picks as on Oct 7, 2007

DREAMTAI Software Daily Report

as of : 2007_10_07

Stock List sorted by Power Rankings

Legal Note: For Education and Entertainment only

Please do more research before placing buy or sell orders
Usually stocks with Power ranking above 3 have a strong uptrend
Usually stocks with Power ranking below minus 3 [-3] have a strong downtrend

Usually stocks take support at 20 day moving average and 50 day moving average
Then either they resume their trend or crash through the Averages. Do not ignore the 20 and 50 day moving averages lines

Please... please... please... please... do not risk MORE THAN 2 percent of your capital on ANY SINGLE trade... THANK YOU!!

Stock Ticker NamePower RankingLast Closing PriceStrategyNew Buy New Sell
YGE18.2131.15BUY 40 shares at 31.37
Put Protection Sell Stop at 26.39
First Profit Target=36.35
Total Investment=1254.8
SPIR1716.7BUY 62 shares at 16.91
Put Protection Sell Stop at 13.73
First Profit Target=20.09
Total Investment=1048.42
CRDC16.2612.95BUY 33 shares at 15.17
Put Protection Sell Stop at 9.13
First Profit Target=21.21
Total Investment=500.61
MALL12.2617.6BUY 75 shares at 17.77
Put Protection Sell Stop at 15.13
First Profit Target=20.41
Total Investment=1332.74
FSLR12.07137.03BUY 10 shares at 139.02
Put Protection Sell Stop at 119.89
First Profit Target=158.15
Total Investment=1390.2
AZS11.9414.44BUY 137 shares at 14.46
Put Protection Sell Stop at 13.01
First Profit Target=15.91
Total Investment=1981.01
DRYS11.9499BUY 17 shares at 101.95
Put Protection Sell Stop at 90.58
First Profit Target=113.32
Total Investment=1733.15
FOLD11.6618BUY 99 shares at 18.02
Put Protection Sell Stop at 16
First Profit Target=20.04
Total Investment=1783.98
BIDU11.29321.61BUY 4 shares at 328.88
Put Protection Sell Stop at 280.64
First Profit Target=377.12
Total Investment=1315.52
CHDX11.129.3BUY 35 shares at 29.32
Put Protection Sell Stop at 23.68
First Profit Target=34.96
Total Investment=1026.2
EXPEZ10.6722.97BUY 47 shares at 22.99
Put Protection Sell Stop at 18.75
First Profit Target=27.23
Total Investment=1080.53
LFC10.5295.97BUY 19 shares at 95.99
Put Protection Sell Stop at 85.67
First Profit Target=106.31
Total Investment=1823.81
CALM10.5227.46BUY 40 shares at 27.89
Put Protection Sell Stop at 22.9
First Profit Target=32.88
Total Investment=1115.6
OMTR10.4434.52BUY 30 shares at 36.08
Put Protection Sell Stop at 29.57
First Profit Target=42.59
Total Investment=1082.4
GLNG10.425.73BUY 58 shares at 26.14
Put Protection Sell Stop at 22.73
First Profit Target=29.55
Total Investment=1516.12
GAIA9.9926.28BUY 57 shares at 27.26
Put Protection Sell Stop at 23.78
First Profit Target=30.74
Total Investment=1553.82


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Friday, October 05, 2007

10-5-07 Wallstrip Chat - Tariq Krim

He puts the French in savant. Lindsay mixes it up with Tariq Krim, and catches a good case of Netvibes

A Market Technical Analysis Video Break Out List 10/05/7

Market Technical Analysis

This Stalking Stocks commentary video shows several candidates for break out or short sales for at least short term gains by buying the break (or selling the break down) on good volume and closing at least some on the first day. Today including: AEZ, TARR, APOG, LEAP, ABY, KR, RACK, VCLK, NUAN.

Thursday, October 04, 2007

Market Technical Analysis Video Break Out List 10/04/7

Market Technical Analysis

This Stalking Stocks commentary video shows several candidates for break out or short sales for at least short term gains by buying the break (or selling the break down) on good volume and closing at least some on the first day. Today including: PDLI, RVBD, TZOO, MHGC, O, STM, MUHC, INPC.

You can set alerts in many software programs such as the free Quotetracker to alert you to when a stock is close to the buy point.

WallStrip Video: 10-4-07 NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA)

NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA) makes processors for computers and gaming consoles. It is also inextricably linked to virgins and fairies.

Simulating The Quant Bloodbath

A pair of academics at MIT have published a paper that seems to confirm the Rothman Theory of this summer’s Quant Bloodbath. The Rothman Theory held that the initial quant fund losses were triggered a large hedge fund unwinding one or more market-neutral portfolios.

Now Amir E. Khandani and Andrew W. Lo have used financial models to simulate this summer’s bloodbath, and what they found largely confirms the Rothman Theory.

Their findings suggest that the quantitative nature of the losing hedge funds was incidental, and the main driver of the losses in August 2007 was the firesale liquidation of similar portfolios that happened to be quantitatively constructed. That firesale was likely set-off by a hedge fund facing margin calls or seeking to pre-emptively reduce risk after its credit portfolio was hit by this summer’s collateral and credit crunch.




Parallel universes exist - study

Parallel universes really do exist, according to a mathematical discovery by Oxford scientists described by one expert as "one of the most important developments in the history of science".

A motorist who has a near miss, for instance, might feel relieved at his lucky escape. But in a parallel universe, another version of the same driver will have been killed. Yet another universe will see the motorist recover after treatment in hospital. The number of alternative scenarios is endless.



Wednesday, October 03, 2007

WallStrip Video:10-3-07 Sensient Technologies Corp. (SXT)

Lindsay puts her nose to the grindstone and comes up smelling roses… or maybe that’s just Sensient Technologies Corp. (SXT).


Tuesday, October 02, 2007

WallStrip Video: 10-02-07 Sotheby’s (BID)

Going once…Going twice…SOLD! To the super-rich gentleman in the back who doesn’t know what else to do with his money. Yes, it’s good to be Sotheby’s (BID)


WebbAlert : Interesting News Bits

Microsoft announced Office Live Workspace, which is basically an online document sharing system. TechCrunch and Read/Write Web are a little less than impressed, but the Between the Lines blog and InsiderChatter are a little more supportive.

Not wanting to feel left out of the mad dash for office suites, Adobe bought the maker of Buzzword.

eBay is not as excited about Skype as it once was. In fact, I think they're rather sorry about the whole thing.

An interview with Joost CEO Mike Volpi.

The techworld has a new Hot 100. Oh, here's the old Hot 100. TechCrunch has the write-up.

Radiohead's new album costs whatever you want to pay. Bob Lefsetz hopes it's for real.

Uh Oh, there STILL may not be enough Wii's for the holidays

Nintendo can't make Wii's, but they sure can make DS's. They sold more than 50 million of 'em in 3 years. That's twice as many as the poor PSP.


Daily Idea: Top Tips for Buying on eBay


Monday, October 01, 2007

WebbAlert : Interesting News Bits

Apple software upgrades are supposed to help you, but the latest one killed all third party software, such as GPS software that 80,000 people downloaded. This software isn't technically illegal but Apple is allowed to make whatever rules it wants. Gizmodo and Machinist both say forget about the iPhone.

The Internet can be dangerous to an oppressive regime, so the government of Myanmar shut it off. Fortunately there are still a few sites left reporting.

You can't deposit funds at Netbank anymore, but you can get a job there.

Disney's cell phone service going the way of Steamboat Willie.

Gamedaily estimates Microsoft sold 2.34 million copies of Halo 3 in 24 hours.

Newt Gingrich made a visit to Second Life. Yes, it was totally strange.

All Hail Elmosapien!


Daily Idea: How to Get The Best Deal On A New Car


WallStrip Video: 10-1-07 Guess the Stock Price Contest WINNER!

Today, Wallstrip reveals the winner of the Guess the Stock Price Contest, and Lindsay does everything she can to make our lucky winner happy. CROCS Inc. (CROX)