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Is Alstry Lucky or What?????

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March 10, 2009 – Comments (6)

On Monday he closes out about 2/3 of his active picks or approximately 65 symbols.  And look what happens to the market since..........

Today he started nibbling back in with 15 picks with a number at the end of the day........

In order to catch the Great TRDH....this turtle must stick his neck out......

Remember, it was not too long ago that I was almost 4000 points behind one of CAPS most revered players......

Is it technical analysis......heck NO!!!!!!  Is it Alstrynomics Techno Trance............???????

Does Alstry really know what is going to happen in the next few days???????  Of course not you Fools!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  That is why Alstry is sooooooooooooooooooooooooo good.....the man knows his limitations......................and you should know yours!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

My suggestion is that you shouldn't use vibrators if you are a hetrosexual male.....even if they are good ones.  You shouldn't build houses in overbuilt areas of Florida.  If you are going to be one of Santa's raindeers, don't be donner or blitzen, be Rudolph and light up the way................

We are in for a wild ride my friends.....my suggestion is if you havn't watched the interview with that HOT BABE Meridith Whitney on CNBC.....go do it.....and just see how much credit is going to be pulled from consumers in the next few months.......

Now the only thing up in the air is whether we get a reversal in the next few days to see what those pesky spector vectors are up to.......whether Alstry gets slimed is open for debate......however, if you go through life without ever getting slimed......you really havn't played too hard have you?????

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#1) On March 10, 2009 at 4:33 PM, alstry (36.37) wrote:

Alstry Feels Like An Undertaker At a Kool-Aid Party

 

Airlines plan to slash 2009 capacity on soft demand

Delta set to reduce workforce by 2,100, pull additional 10% from international capacity

NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Responding to falling passenger demand in a contracting global economy, Delta Air Lines, American and United airlines said Tuesday they would further reduce seat capacity this quarter and allowed for further cuts if needed.

OH GOODY!!!!!  Let's buy hotel stocks on this news.....amazing isn't it my fellow Fools.....

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#2) On March 10, 2009 at 4:43 PM, jddubya (< 20) wrote:

Or what.

 

Alstry's score speaks for itself.  Luck is something that occurs intermittently and can be good or bad.  So the only consistency we can apply to luck is that "it happens" despite being good or bad. 

For instance, if I scored 99+ in caps within the next week, that would be luck (because I know what I don't know, and I don't know how to play the market.  yet) and it would only be a short term event.  If my score remained above 99 for a couple of weeks then that would be very very good luck.  If my score was above 99 for as longs as alstry's - well then, one could say I was one really really lucky sob or one could accept that maybe just maybe, I might be a Fool worth listening to (sigh, someday)

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#3) On March 10, 2009 at 4:47 PM, alstry (36.37) wrote:

Is Lutz a Putz????

While Wall Street enjoys its relief rally Tuesday, stocks face looming danger from a familiar foe: tightening of credit.

Several metrics that market analysts use to gauge the availability of credit have been signaling trouble in recent days, throwing up a caution flag that tougher times could lie ahead for the availability of cash.

That's a formula that always spells trouble for investors.

"Unless we start seeing a reversal of the widening of a lot of these credit spreads, any equity rally is going to be short-lived," says David Lutz, managing director of institutional trading at Stifel Nicolaus. "Unless the credit markets are cooperating, it's going to be very hard for equities to rise."

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/New-Red-Flag-for-Markets-cnbc-14596385.html

Nope....Lutz will likely kick Butts!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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#4) On March 10, 2009 at 4:53 PM, Seano67 (25.03) wrote:

Hmmm. Well my CAPS portfolio got hammered today, in fact this monumental CAPS beatdown might/could land me on the lists of both daily and weekly biggest losers, which is a dubious distinction at best but not the first time that's happened to me. ;o)

However, my real world portfolio and all my distressed banks shot up like a rocket today, so I'll take it. :)

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#5) On March 10, 2009 at 6:01 PM, alstry (36.37) wrote:

MAJORITY of Americans Adopting Alstrynomics

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Most Americans (53%) now think the United States is at least somewhat likely to enter a 1930’s-like depression within the next few years.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 39% think this outcome is unlikely.

Nineteen percent (19%) say a Depression is Very Likely while 7% say it is not at all likely.

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/business/general_business/53_say_it_s_likely_the_u_s_will_enter_a_depression_similar_to_1930_s

Once we  get to 99%, Alstry will likely turn bullish......

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#6) On March 10, 2009 at 6:47 PM, SuperPicks (29.13) wrote:

Alstry's aggregate score is anything but luck.

But Alstry's avoidance of a pure beating today has a bit to do with luck.  Very lucky.

Alstry's lack of arrogance from his great performance today was humble to attribute it to luck DESPITE it being an addition to his performance of ongoing giant returns week after week, month after month while surpassing some of CAPs greatest. 

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