What's a CAPS blog for, anyway?
In the last year, there hasn't been a day without an Alstry spam on the "Newest Blog Posts" list, which is an automatically generated list that highlights 5 of the most recent posts from respected CAPS bloggers.
But I don't care about reading spam. I want to see the balance sheets of individual stocks lovingly deconstructed and opined about - the kind of work that TMFEldrehad and floridabuilder used to do on a regular basis, and that we still see from folks like rd80, Seth Jayson, Rick Munarriz: a small group of folks I think of as 'the good guys'.
So I'm going to challenge all you bloggers out there who are reading this. You can call it the 'ikkyu2' challenge if you like. Sometime in November, I want you to post one blog entry, on a specific stock that you are calling a 'buy' at current prices. And in that blog post, I want to hear about valuation, growth prospects, free cash flow, and all those other good statistics that can be found in, or derived from, publically accessible SEC filings.
Ready, steady.. go!