February 17, 2010
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still all the technical analysis you need (see this post), hehe ...
the 1 second explanation of what that chart displays ...
looks like your chart is about to come to an end... What then?
Or am I to do what every "financial advisor" wants me to do and extrapolate the curve infinitely and thus believe that I am gauranteed to retire a millionaire?
ATP Oil & Gas at EnerCom Oil & Services ConferenceFeb.17.10 2:20 p.m. PT
The Oil & Services Conference VIII (pdf)
Thoughts on the flow test results? It's been going up strong recently but was pretty even today, although volume was still more than the last 3 month average.
The flow test result was "good news" and I think ATPG shares have a good chance of making new 52w highs soon.
Have a look here and here for some detailed discussion of the latest presentation. I usually don't read the articles posted on those boards, but the ATPG section is interesting.
The article by swizzled (see here) I linked to comment #5 here is interesting. If you have the time fly over it and ask yourself whether you want to hold a few ATPG shares. ATPG shares are by now one of my largest positions.
ATP Oil and Gas: Undervalued Stock with Major Price-Altering Catalysts Imminent
I am still working on my "revisit post" (part 1,2,3,4).
If you want to see which stocks I currently like you could look at the calls/pitches made by my "caps" game players, my list of calls, my other list of calls, my list of current favourites and my "little portfolio for 2010" (two new additions in comment #27).
Some of my largest positions are currently ATPG, BASF (1,2), Bayer (1,2), Deutsche Bank (DB), EMC (EMC), EMC call options (different strikes and maturities), KSB common (1) (the preferred shares (1) are "more liquid"), Siemens (SI).
The next stock to buy (when I find one to sell ...) might be Cardiome (CRME).
Thanks. I read swizzle on the yahoo board, some good posters there too. I'll check out the fool stuff now.