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Breakout Stock That May Interest You – RIMM

Warren Buffett’s favourite valuation tool – Total Market Capitalization of Public Stocks vs GNP – says the U.S. stock market is getting expensive. Well, if you believe in the same valuation metric ratio as the measurement in stocks investment, you may want to take note and start selling or to at least take some profits. […]

... written on Feb 15 2011

Thanks AIG, RIMM & APPL For The Ang Pow

If you think trading over internet is fun because it gives you the freedom to basically trade anything under the sun and moon, wait till you get yourself a smartphone and able to trade anything anywhere – provided you’re within the coverage of either WIFI or 3G. Can you imagine you’re out of town and […]

... written on Feb 11 2011

Apple’s Blowout Earnings & Steve Job’s Medical Leave

News that Apple CEO Steve Jobs is taking another medical leave of absence spooked investors so much so that many speculators predicted the stock price would tumble at least by 10% even before the opening bell on Tuesday. As expected, the stock price plunged but by a smaller 6 percentage points only. At the end […]

... written on Jan 19 2011

Profit Taking – Thanks to RIMM for the 250% Profits

Time to take some profits off the table – been quite some time since I last made triple digit percentage profit. There were many investors or traders who dumped or did not think Research In Motion Limited’s (Nasdaq: RIMM, stock) would give good returns in spite of its’ great second-quarter earnings that topped forecast. I […]

... written on Dec 07 2010

Apple Earnings – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Apple Inc.’s (Nasdaq: AAPL, stock) shares tumbled more than 7% to below $300 a share after the iPod, iPhone, iPad and Mac makers announced its earnings after the bell Monday (18-Oct-2010) in extended trading hour. The stock is now recovering and is trading above $310 a share. The Dow is down more than 3-digit points […]

... written on Oct 20 2010

6 Tips from Earnings to Help You Choose Stocks

How do you select which stocks to invest in the current fluctuating market? I use the word fluctuating simply because generally every Tom, Dick and his dog knows that the U.S. economy is crawling and the unemployment is surely not going to improve in another two or three months. The world’s largest stock market is […]

... written on Oct 04 2010

7 Things about Investing Stocks in October You Should Know

August was a bad month while September was rather jolly good for stocks. S&P500 closed the month of September 2010 with a 9% gain. In fact this September was the best September for the U.S. stocks in more than 70 years (since 1939). The gain in September more than makes up for the 4.75% August […]

... written on Oct 02 2010

RIM Beat Forecasts, BlackBerry is Not Dead Yet

Research In Motion Limited (Nasdaq: RIMM, stock), the maker of BlackBerry smartphones, reported second-quarter results on Thursday that topped forecasts, immediately sending the stock price as much as 6.5% higher during after-hours trading. The stronger than expected profit, shipments and revenue came as a surprise for investors who have more or less concluded the BlackBerry […]

... written on Sep 17 2010

Gartner’s Prediction on Mobile OS Top Market Shares

Just after Hewlett-Packard Co. (NYSE: HPQ, stock) fired its CEO Mark Hurd who was later welcomed by Oracle Corp. (Nasdaq: ORCL, stock) CEO Larry Ellison as co-president and board member, Nokia Corp (NYSE: NOK, stock) axed its CEO and replaced it with Stephen Elop, a 46-year-old Canadian, who resigned as Microsoft Corp.’s Business division president […]

... written on Sep 11 2010

AAPL breached $184 with second hurdle at $192

One of the strategies to tell the speculators that they’re screwed with their greediness in making money by jacking up the oil prices is to boycott them. How? Use less fuel or stay at home. That’s precisely what happened during the Memorial Day when analysts predicted that people were going out less and with the […]

... written on May 28 2008









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