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How about that NASDAQ?! It reached up and over the 5,000 mark, momentarily, for the first time on Tuesday and closed slightly over on Thursday. Oddly enough, while this is going on the Dow slides in the opposite direction.
Forever in pursuit of a sterling list of Rollers!
More emphasis was put into purging our coveted stocks this week than usual. Here’s what things look like to me:
Last week we had 109 Rollers listed so now there remains 108. This week three new ones have been added, CVCL, GOU, and PVAT. While CHB and RAYS were told to hit the road because they simply haven’t been doing any Rolling, and don’t appear to be getting back into the mode anytime soon. FRTZ and MENT were also pulled, due to remarkable spreads of $3.50! Give me a break!! Take a look at their 6-month charts and you’ll see what I mean. However, following Jeff’s advice, one should add them to their personal watch-list. If you’ve been a member of RollingStock100 for a number of months, no doubt you’ve noticed that many of our new Rollers aren’t really new, but rather repeat visitors.
Subject to the chopping block are DUSA, NETA, and ICFX. All three are actually too high priced to be on the List anymore. The problem is that they aren’t too terribly much over the $25.00 maximum limit, and to that, they are rather decent performers. If they do get too high, you'll be warned and be able to pop them on to your watch list. Speaking of watch Lists, where's a great place to get one? http://www.quotetracker.com/ that’s right! Very easy to download, and very versatile too. Also, weaving their way to the chopping block are CATP and COB. I’m not pulling these two yet. Uncertain enough of what course they’ll follow that the decision was made to let them hang out a little longer, they just may surprise us.
Happiness is a rising stock…
What’s going on with these birds? ASPE, ATIS, EPTO, MUEI, MXTR, STRX, TDFX, and VCST did some terrific scrambling up the money ladder lately. Run the charts on them, it’s a grand sight to behold. However, don’t fall all over yourself doing so, quite likely it’s too late to catch the “up” ride.
Has anyone tried out “Get A Tip”? It’s a free service that sends you stock tips. I’ve been asked my opinion of it, but haven’t really been able to follow it. Also, if you know of any free services that regularly pump useful stock related information into your email box, please send them in so we can post them in next week's Weekly Update for all to see.
CANI: Carreker-Antinori Reports Fourth Quarter EPS of $0.14 - a 100% Increase; Revenues up Over 41%, Resulting from 8th Consecutive Record Quarter. View complete article at: http://www.stockselector.com/newsarticle.asp?symbol=CANI&article;=31629540
Well that’s about it for this week!
Oh, yeah…hold on a minute…the web site.
Netscape Navigators! Are you one?
If you are using the Netscape Navigator please do me a favor by testing out the log-In page and the List of Rollers page. Use this temporary Log In and Password:
Log In: testing Password: netscape
This set of words take you to an alternative List of Rollers page, which should readily accept netscape browsers, hence, not locking up your computer. Really need some feedback here. I may have finally worked the bugs out of the system, but I won't know until I hear from you. Please include where the problems are occurring if you uncover any, or just a note saying that all’s well in Netscape land if that’s the case.
Paying by check on-line…
By the way, if you’ve been putting off purchasing the audio-tapes or an annual membership because you just can’t bring yourself to put pen to paper, stamp to envelop and mail in that check, you’ll be glad to hear that RollingStock100 now accepts checks on-line. If you’re interested in using this service (there are no added fees,) here’s a link to check it out: http://members.tripod.com/LLH_on_Rolling_Stock/Checkform.html .
Paying by credit card on-line…
Yeah, yeah, I hear ya…now you’re wondering why I don’t break down an offer to take credit cards on-line as well. The reason is economics. As it stands, there’s a fair sized monetary investment that has to be made to get the ball rolling in that direction. Between purchasing the software and dealing with the general excise tax, I’d be forced to increase the price of the membership fees. Of course, if the situation is looked at full circle, it’s likely that the increase of memberships sold would, due to the convenience of instant gratification buying, make it a wise business move on my part. How about helping me out here? If you can spare a moment, send a note stating one of these comments:
1. I don’t mind using the snail mail. It has no influence whatsoever in whether or not I make a purchase.
2. If I have to use the snail mail to buy something that I see on the Internet, it’s likely that I won’t bother.
3. The on-line checking is a good idea. I’m willing to use it.
4. I’d never send my checking information to a stranger over the Internet.
5. Acceptance of on-line credit cards is the only way to go. You’ll never see me buy anything advertised on the Internet if credit cards aren’t accepted.
6. I don’t like the idea of using a credit card on-line.
Looking forward to your feedback and some good Rollers to add to next week’s List!
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I know what your thinking... What idiot?! Would have seven different message boards for their web site and post the identical information on each!? Well the answer is simple...LLH that's who :-0) If you've read this far you're probably expecting to stumble upon my reasoning for this about now? So here it is: each of my message boards are located in popular "communities" catering primarily to the financially minded web surfer. When one of these investing voyagers of the net drift onto one of the RollingStock100 message boards, the inclination is to click over and check out the web site that's sponsoring it...namely this one, RollingStock100.com! It's just a method of attracting future members by giving them a trail of bread crumbs to follow.
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