Tag: Follow Ups

Yahoo! and AOL to Merge?

Just for fun…. Click the video below and ask yourself if something looks a touch familiar about of the AOL and Yahoo! sites. Click it over and over.

With all of the problems that both companies have encountered (GOOGLE) and the competition they endure (GOOGLE), it would be of great...

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VMWare in Despair – Charting the History

Brian Shannon from AlphaTrends provides us a history perspective of VMWare (VMW) shares. The video helps to shed some light on the setup and why the stock is taking such a pounding. A great lesson in technical analysis.

See also: VMWare: A WallStreet Chainsaw Massacre

Disclosure: Horowitz & Company clients hold...

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Tim Sykes on Wallstrip

It seems it is the weekend of videos on TDI.

My good friend Tim Sykes was recently interviewed on Wallstrip. You are either going to love him or hate him I suppose. He has an irreverent style that has turned thousands of investors into fans of his website/blog. Tim is a...

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On Lust and Trust

Over the past few days I have received a good amount of mail from blog subscribers, podcast listeners and clients. Many have mentioned that they are disillusioned. Some are horrified. Others are fed up (no pun intended)! Come to think of it, I do not think that there were any...

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Over 250,000 Podcast Episodes Served

It is official! We have surpassed the 250,000 downloads mark. Since we began this journey, there has been a terrific growth in our subscriber base. As each month had passed, the numbers just kept on growing. Looking back, it is amazing to see that it was only last April that...

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Good News for Dendreon, Bad News for Prostate Cancer

These days all eyes are on the state of the economy, not to mention the obsession with the financial sector. Maybe today is the day when we try to think about some of the other pressing matters that are important. Take as an example the good news announced today for...

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Out of the Credit Mess in 1-2-3: Blame, Blame, Blame

This week appeared an interesting article from the Wall Street Journal in which the author suggests that the mortgage brokers are the new villains in the ongoing credit market chaos is just one more piece of bad filler. It seems that the brokers/scapegoats have been tagged as the ones that are originating mortgages with a high level of default. While that may be true, please forgive me, but who ultimately sets the approval standards for these loans?

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Bank of America Bluffing or Holding the Nuts?

In Texas Hold ’em Poker, the bluff is the definitive strategy that separates bracelet winners from ordinary card players. Today, there seemed to be a bit of card playing going on in a winner-take-all scenario down at the Curb. Suspect as it seems, I wonder if this is an amazing...

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The Sharks are feeding on Crocs

What am I missing? Wasn’t it was only a few months ago that Crocs was the golden child and was going to be the next Shoe-Google. Back then, I was the “stupid one” who had no idea what he was talking about, as once again I was told over...

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R U the Next Peter Lynch? (Contest)

R U the Next Peter Lynch? (Contest)

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Peter Lynch was a master at finding stocks. We are looking for great new ideas for investing. Maybe you see an opportunity in a great new widget because you have watched all your friends buying it. Or maybe you have heard...

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Earnings Momentum and Analyst Upgrade Screen

I have been busy. Too busy. It has been a whirlwind of book, audiobook, podcast, clients, portfolios and much more. So, I apologize for not being close to the keyboard. That said, I realized that there were many emails and many comments about two recent posts that focused on...

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Bank of America – Last Man Standing

There is a fine line between brilliance and stupidity. In the world of finance and investing, that line can sometimes be measured by risk and reward. If the decision made by an investor turns out to be profitable, then we look at the outcome as a result of either luck...

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