I first ran across ININ about 6 years ago when I had some real $$ to invest and I was looking for some growth companies with great long term potential. At that time (2008ish) the stock was trading for around $8/share and I may have even purchased a few shares that I was probably forced to sell when the bottom fell out of the market (can't remember now what I did then). [more]
It's been interesting to read all the different schools of thought regarding where the market is headed, and if we are due for a crash, etc. I have been busy this year focusing on my real job and just doing a little bit of trading here and there. There seems to be fewer blogs of interest to me on CAPS lately so I thought I would try to contribute one that might be of interest to others. Plus I want to capture my thoughts on a few stocks that I have recently come across that seem to have some good potential for future gains. [more]
It seems that there is some price adjusting that needs to happen on CAPS but not sure what/how needs to happen. Apparently Petrobank spun off a company called Petrobakken Energy. From what I can tell, shareholders of Petrobank (PBEGF), now own shares of Petrobakken (PBKEF) after the spinoff. My current score shows a -90% hit on the price of Petrobank. [more]
Apple's maps are bad. Even Tim Cook knows this and apologized for them. Google's maps are good, thanks to years of work, massive computing resources, and thousands of people handcorrecting map data. But there are more than two horses in the race.... [more]
Ellie Mae: Are you ready to help rescue that little young 'un?
Deadeye: Sure enough, Ellie Mae!
Deacon Owl: Hallelujah!
Ellie Mae: [Notices Luke fast asleep] Luke! On your feet, you lazy critter!
Luke: Oh, uh- Shucks, Ellie Mae. I was just a-waitin' for someone to holler charge!
Gramps: Dag nab it! Let's cut out the jawin' and get it goin'. [more]