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July 2007

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Mobile data usage will exceed voice usage

July 28, 2007 – Comments (0)

I see this happening. More people are using their mobile phones for data usage (Text messages, Email, Web browsing, Games) rather than just talking. And the media are responding too. Tribune Co execs recently said that the demand for content has never been greater. And I see a new trend emerging, actually more like a version 2 trend happening: RSS and Mobile News.  [more]

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Post: 2/2 Just when I thought I was a genius, my real money portfolio fell 3.5% this week....

July 26, 2007 – Comments (0)

 "Fredo, I know it was you; you broke my heart"  [more]

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Post: 2/2 Just when I thought I was a genius, my real money portfolio fell 3.5% this week....

July 26, 2007 – Comments (0)

 "Fredo, I know it was you; you broke my heart"  [more]

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Post: 1/2 Just when I thought I was a genius, my real money portfolio fell 3.5% this week....

July 25, 2007 – Comments (1)

...well this isn't a case of "Dumbest Investment I have made" but I realise that the market is a humbling equalizer.   [more]

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Replying to a post on buying stocks every month

July 23, 2007 – Comments (0)

Chawksley,   [more]

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I am in love with the Nokia E90 Communicator

July 04, 2007 – Comments (0)

I finally broke down and splurged on a Nokia E90 communicator. The phone is expensive, beautiful and a power user's dream. Unlike the previous "Communicator" series, the E90 has more in common with the Smartphone S60-series like the N95/E61. In fact, I might even say that it is a N95 in a Clam-shell.   [more]

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Mechanical Investing July 2007 Picks & Results

July 01, 2007 – Comments (0)

Preamble: I am testing 4 mechanical investing methods on paper. Part of the rules is to buy 2 stocks every month and then sell the Jan picks one year later. The 4 methods are: Cornerstone Vanilla, Cornstone Insider, MFI Vanilla, MFI Insider. The difference between the vanilla and cornerstone methods is that Vanilla follows the investing rules as orginally designed and "Insider"
 adds an additional filter of positive insider transaction, ie. more executives are buying the stocks in public than selling. Cornerstone is a mechanical method pioneered by James O'Shaughness while MFI comes from Joel Greenblatt's Magic Formula Investing. I currently use Reuter's Screener Light to do the filtering of stocks, and I use Marketocracy.com to track the results.   [more]

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