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December 09, 2011 – Comments (5) | RELATED TICKERS: CYAN

How to Make A Lot of Money in the Stock Market Any Time, In Any Market through blunt-force patience and The Force. 

Gnulaw pulls a Top Gun front-to-back flip-over around the stock trading universe.

It's not about the euro, nor CNBC, nor the headlines, nor Buffett, nor Soros, nor CDOs, nor GS, nor investor sentiment, nor OWS, nor TARP, nor TBTF, nor congress, senate, HoR, Gold, nor what is generally perceived to be the facts.

Around August 2011 gnulaw tapped into the Force (metaverse/matrix) and jettisoned all previous pre-suppositions including his own, nor again, CNBC talking-heads, Congress, economic indicators, et al, however, said apotheosis, catharsis, gestalt, epiphany, was derived from standing on the shoulders/collective wisdom of Motley Fool, Stocktwits, James Altucher, Livermore,  Bernstein, Porter, Predator's Ball, Against the Gods, Barbarians at The Gate, CAPM, DCF, Technical Analysis, Andre Meyer, the Vanderbuilts, Rothschilds...all white noise on the Internet, twitter...and then knowing when to pull the trigger.

gnulaw reorganized all stock positions, went partially into cash, meticulously and exhaustively monitored all publicly available information 24x7x365 through the years and recent months, and deployed into two positions.

One was Cyanotech (NASDAQ:CYAN) between $3.30 - $3.60. gnulaw introduced CYAN on April 15, 2011 when it closed at $3.59. Started with initial capital of 0$ in 2001. Story developing.

 

References:

1. "No! No different! Only different in your mind. You must unlearn what you have learned."
―Yoda to Luke Skywalker, Star Wars V, The Empire Stries Back

2. "No! Try not. Do. Or do not. There is no try." - Yoda to Luke Skywalker, Star Wars V, The Empire Stries Back

3. Top Gun Intro

4. Star Wars Episode IV - Destruction of Death Star One

5. Top Gun Final Dogfight

6. Top Gun - Watch the Birdie.

7. Motley Fool.

8.  Stocktwits, Howard Lindzon.

9.  Altucher Confidential.

 

 

5 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On December 09, 2011 at 10:42 PM, gnulaw (51.59) wrote:

>>Gnulaw pulls a Top Gun front-to-back flip-over* around the stock trading universe.

* 10:00/12:42 Maverick hits the brakes, pulls the trigger, game over.

 

 

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#2) On December 10, 2011 at 8:06 AM, gnulaw (51.59) wrote:

>>One was Cyanotech (NASDAQ:CYAN) between $3.30 - $3.60*. gnulaw introduced CYAN on April 15, 2011 when it closed at $3.59. Started with initial capital of 0$ in 2001. Story developing.

 

* Note:   gnulaw could not select CYAN as an active stock pick on December 25th, 2010 when it was first mentioned on this blog nor on April 15th, 2011 when CYAN was formally introduced here. If selected as an active pick FOOL responded that CYAN was currently unratable. CYAN was first able to be selected on FOOL as an active pick as of yesterday, December 9th.

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#3) On December 10, 2011 at 8:09 AM, gnulaw (51.59) wrote:

Latest Blog on CYAN - (Nov 17, 2011)

 

 

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#4) On December 11, 2011 at 11:41 AM, gnulaw (51.59) wrote:

James @jaltucher Altucher recently wrote an article entitled "Stop Listening".  This lies at the heart of the philosophical underpinnings leading to the "CYAN trade". Listen to nobody yet monitor and absorb everything, assume nothing, yet know everything (from your target trade company employee sentiment to in-depth knowledge of your target company financial metrics incl ROE, DCF, to their product pipeline, management depth, CEO/mgt//employee singular/unbridled passion, past accomplishments, mindset, ad infinitum)...timing of the trade will involve macroconomics, eurozone debt, FED, TBTF, the Bernanke,  investor sentiment, ad infinitum...pull the trigger when fundamentals strongest, co. most undervalued, investor sentiment (worldwide) the worst, investment indicators are the most psychotic as investor sentiment and financial metrics are inversely related at their extreme...

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#5) On December 23, 2011 at 1:27 PM, gnulaw (51.59) wrote:

On the wisdom of crowds http://bit.ly/Dq109 ...

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