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February 2008

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35 Days latter

February 28, 2008 – Comments (5) | RELATED TICKERS: EOG , EGO , KRY.DL2

After 35 days, It appears I am not only the top optimist, but also in the top 50 CAPS players, ranking an amazing 47.  [more]

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New Optimist in Town

February 26, 2008 – Comments (3) | RELATED TICKERS: SWC , PCX , PCU

After seeing Sinchirunas CAPs article, I have decided to explain my own story of how I capturing the title of 1# optimist, rising out of the carnage and chaos of the JAN melt down. I had strong faith in my portfolio, and it was timming and know how that got me to this spot.  [more]

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Basic Materials and Metals Analysis

February 25, 2008 – Comments (1) | RELATED TICKERS: PAL , SWC , PCU

Well I guess It old you so. Metals and Basic Materials have soared this past 30 days while most of the market is trailing far behind with mere 5% gains on the S&P 500. Have a look at gold silver platinum and Palladium, they are doing well and will continue the trend for this year of growth.  [more]

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Go Raw Materials and Energy

February 19, 2008 – Comments (6) | RELATED TICKERS: PAL , SWC , PCU

Not be rude, but this portfolio is crushing the market and dominating with 12% returns in only 1 month, Compared to the markets mere 4%. It looks like buying on that low dip on January the 22 at the low point payed off big time. Energy stocks have shot up dramatically and commodities like gold, silver, steel, copper, iron chemical products and the like have just swelled. The key in making good plays is to watch for retarded sell offs of strong companies. During the down trend, lots of nooby investors crush the value of great companies, like PAL, SWC, or PCU. These companies have respectfully gone up 120%, 120% and 45%. Now those are great returns for just 1 month, with out the dividends and future growth if you hold. Easily one can see that raw materials are first good hedges against inflation, second they are strong companies and third it is where dollar assets are being dumped by other investors. And I should probably mention oil and its lower brother coal, who are seeing huge action. Coal companies are going to be consolidated as they are very broken up and the demand for coal is surging. OIl is still goign strong and so to is it sdemand and growth as well as profits.  [more]

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US Economic Stimulus Package or Chinese 1 Year Plan

February 10, 2008 – Comments (3)

House and senate bill for 170 billion dollars of tax rebates is a total failure. America is overloaded with debt, 9.2 trillion dollars in just the government and a soft retarded service sector economy instead of actual production of goods and a disintegrating infrastructure. Clearly the need arises to solve these problems. The answer I am sad to say is not more of the same borrow, tax and spend while enlarging government taxing more and inflation of the dollar. The real problem lies in the fact that the US abandoned its strength of industry and is now left with a hollow shell of what it once was. Manufacturing pays more, builds infrastructure, creates jobs, brings innovation and keeps America ahead of the rest of the world. Because the US does not protect its industry, american wages are stagnating and people are borrowing money to maintain the high standard of living. The reasons for this include too much taxing, too much government spending, too much regulation and last but not least, some type of tariff. All Great nations used the tariff to grow, for example Great Britain in the 1700s, The US in 1800s, Germany in the 1900s, Japan in the 1970s and now China in the 21st century. Britain removed tariffs and its industry collapsed and it became dependent on Germany and america by WWI and America in WWII. America is de-industrializing just as BRitain did and is yielding to China.  [more]

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Energy and Raw Materials in 2008

February 08, 2008 – Comments (4) | RELATED TICKERS: SWC , PDCE , FTO.DL2

Energy sector is in a bull run as investors dump US dollar assets for valuable profit producing commodities that are inflation hedges. The entire gas, oil producing and drilling sector is set to benefit from record high oil prices and continuing inflation. There are many good dividends and profit potential companies. Coal will also have a big year, watch for some consolidation in the US coal markets, as mergers for larger profit margins are around the corner. Gold and silver are good bets for inflation, as they are hedges to the soft dollar. Both gold and silver will rise to new highs, and the companies that mine them along with the ride. Continue to see agriculture products like fertilizers rise, and the train sector will begin to look very profitable transferring the coal and food. As you cans see this portfolio has outperformed the S&P 500 easily and will continue to do so in this volatile market. Also watch for silver and gold miners and the like, they also have large profits, good dividends and are a solid place to convert Us dollars to in this current market. Enjoy the bull run, but don't be discouraged by temporary drops, but don't overpay for these stocks, buy in the dips.  [more]

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Energy 08

February 04, 2008 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: PES , PCX , PDCE

Energy sector is in a bull run as investors dump US dollar assets for valuable profit producing commodities that are inflation hedges. The entire gas, oil producing and drilling sector is set to benefit from record high oil prices and continuing inflation. There are many good dividends and profit potential companies. Coal will also have a big year, watch for some consolidation in the US coal markets, as mergers for larger profit margins are around the corner. As you cans see this portfolio has outperformed the S&P 500 easily and will continue to do so in this volatile market. Also watch for silver and gold miners and the like, they also have large profits, good dividends and are a solid place to convert Us dollars to in this current market. Enjoy the bull run, but don't be discouraged by temporary drops, but don't overpay for these stocks, buy in the dips.  [more]

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Caps system of Stock Splits

February 01, 2008 – Comments (4) | RELATED TICKERS: KWK

Well, I have found a solution to the nagging problem of stock splits, for example todays KWK 2:1 split. Caps says I lost 49% and 55 points, which pulled me into losing against the market and lossing overall points / rank. I am sure many others have encountered the same dilemma. If ther is a 2:1 split than the starting value is divided by 2 and it keeps up  with he ticker and so on and so forth. PLease respond here so we can get caps to repair the flaw in the system.

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