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October 2009

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GFRE uplisted today!

October 27, 2009 – Comments (6)

Here's a pick I intend to keep open for a long time.  I highlighted it as one of my favorites in this post and it is my next pick for AllStarPortfolio. It is a former .OB Chinese micro that finally uplisted to the NASDAQ today.  Anyway, pitch below:   [more]

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Red Thumbs Too Easy to Find -- The Market is Overvalued

October 23, 2009 – Comments (10)

I've been adding quite a lot of red thumbs lately.  Many overvalued companies are out there and I'm locking in excellent start prices on some of these.  I'm inclined to say the market as a whole is overvalued.  I'm still able to find reasonably undervalued stocks to buy, but the level of undervaluation is no longer as egregious and many stocks that were formerly very undervalued are now only slightly undervalued.    [more]

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My 5 Favorite Stocks, Period.

October 14, 2009 – Comments (34) | RELATED TICKERS: CHCG.DL , ORSX

Here are my 5 favorite stocks:

CHCG.OB
CNOA.OB
GRUS.OB (formerly GFRE.OB)
LTUS.OB
ORS

These are the 5 most undervalued stocks on my watch list based on financials.  Beyond that, there's nothing more to say.

If you have any more suggestions on undervalued micro caps I might've missed, please feel free to mention them!

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12

Inflation Protection: Pay Off Variable Interest Debts!

October 09, 2009 – Comments (6)

This is much more personal finance strategy than investment strategy, but I came to this realization recently and thought it good to share it.  I'm sure many of us struggle with whether we should pay off debts or invest.  Most of us are not filthy rich, so we must often choose whether to pay down debts or invest the little extra free cash flow that we have.   [more]

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SUTR Looks Cheap.

October 01, 2009 – Comments (3) | RELATED TICKERS: SUTR

Sutor Technologies is a steel company in India selling galvanized, pickled, and cold-rolled steel.  From just the description, I am led to believe that it may not be a fully integrated steel company.  A fully integrated company would probably sell hot-rolled steel and slabs as well.  The closing price as of 9/30/09 was $3.16.  Financials are available starting from the 12 months ended 2007, so I'll only be going back 3 years for the financials.  Keep in mind the fiscal year for them ends in June, so the 2009 numbers are TTM as well.  [more]

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