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Okay, okay, the last Weekly Update was late and this one is early…come on, cut me some slack, my button-pushing finger is throbbing from over work. I’m trying to make it up to you with a pretty basket of new Rolling Stocks (bigger than ever.) Yeah that’s the one! The one with a pretty bow on it, sitting just above the List of Rollers further down this message.
In the mix of new additions the entire crew of 15 “S” Rollers, which showed up on your doorstep a couple of days ago, is included. As for this week…the letter “T” was chased and tickled until it broke down and giggled up another 15 fresh stocks. 18 out of the 30 new stocks are under $25. a share, and of that 18, 8 are under $10.
Isn’t it exciting when you take the time to stop and think about it? All a person has to do to make a few bucks on the Internet is to execute a number of clicks with their mouse!
Do you understand how I’ve been digging up these juicy Rollers over the last several months? Let me give you a bit of history on RollingStock100 first. Originally, the RS100 was a totally free site. Up until about January of 2000 there was no such thing as a membership fee. Then, after things started really ”rolling” (no pun intended) it became painfully obvious that running a busy website was no small, inexpensive task.
When the site was free, 100% of the Rolling Stocks found on the List were sent in by members. And they were great members I might add, but not paying members. Once the membership fees began, I decided to start researching for new Rollers as well. Now most of the stocks on the List are from my own research. There are still stocks sent in by members, but for some reason not like they were in the beginning.
This is how the majority of Rolling Stocks are found for the List now… A very clear vision popped into my noggin one day. This vision was one that seemed to epitomize the very concept of simplicity. What is a stock filter or stock screen, but a data base with programming that allows a person to type in whatever parameters they desire a stock to fall within? Okay, lets take this musing into consideration. Upon doing so, the bottom line is that we can spend the rest of our lives trying to decide what those parameters should be! Yes, if you sniff around enough, you’ll see that there’s a lot of controversy over what numbers should be used for screening stocks. Some of the screens or filters don’t have very large databases to draw from either, thus adding to the confusion.
To avoid this headache, it seemed that pumping all the symbols that can be created between the letter “A” and the letters “ZZZZ” into a well stocked database would work fantastically, like say E*Trade? Sure, why not E*Trade? You can dump an enormous number of symbols into the quotes field at the E*Trade site in one click. If you’re just pumping them in systematically as I do, no problem, the ones that aren’t recognized as stock symbols are simply excluded, while the ones that are, charts are generated for and pop up as such for a quick reading. Then basically, they either look like a Roller or they don’t…wax on, wax off…simple, yes?
Other methods of pinning down new Rollers are, of course, encouraged as well. My mess of random symbols surging through the Internet charting system is just one of many, many methods open to the savvy researcher. You see, random symbols amount to a totally untapped source for Rollers. Everyone else is using the conventional methods, hence, I tend to dig up newly discovered stocks for Rolling, simultaneously you and the other members are rutting through the stocks screens, etc, and sending your findings in as well. That, in my way of thinking, closes the loop on just about every facet of finding Rolling Stocks. These found Rollers are in-turn posted on the List of 100 Rolling Stocks for all of us to see and research. Ultimately, through this procedure we’re all provided with the stocks necessary for turning a profit.
Earlier I noted that the letter “T” is the letter of the week and that “S” was in the lime light last week. This was stated to bring to your attention where, in this maze of stock symbols, and suspected stock symbols, that we are right now in our search for virtually every Rolling Stock available for Trading. Quite stimulating to consider isn’t it? Is the methodic work of running all of these letter combinations tedious, and is it tiresome to generate (type out) all of these symbols before they can be ran though the database? YES IT IS! But hey, it works.
Know what? The symbols only have to be typed out once, after that they can be found via the “1,000’s of symbols” link at the RS100 website for easy access time and time again. Remember, that with the thousands upon thousands of symbols that are sifted through for Rolling Stocks, that logically thinking, it does take a few months to cover the entire alphabet because every chart encountered along the way is scanned.
Stocks change their charted appearances over time, and by going back and rechecking each and every chart, every few months, we can find Rollers that didn’t even exist during our last visit of that same collection of symbols.
Enough of that…now, on to some other intriguing information!
The primary goal of RS100 is to become a complete, one-stop stock shop for you. Eventually, you’ll be able to pop in, choose which Rollers that most appeal to you, and do all of your research right there.
In pursuit of this goal (yes, this is what put me so far behind last week) a whole new set of research charts, quotes, news, messages, and stock data has been intergraded into the site. It’s set up for fast and convenient use by you. The old stuff is still there as well. The two easiest ways to access this newest set of research tools is via these two links:
The above link can be found on the page that the link below takes you to, just look on the right side of the research page under the caption “Itemized List of All RS100 Research Tools” where you’ll find a text link that says “All-in-One-Page”.
NOTE: the above link can be found on all pages of RS100, it’s listed as “Lots of Research Tools”. Look on the top or bottom of any page and you’ll notice a set of text links, one of which is “Lots of Research Tools”.
The Rolling Stocks Search Engine, that had not been working properly, has been tweaked and is pumping out Rollers quite nicely again. If you’re interested in using this fantastic research tool, go to http://rollingstock100.com/RollingStocks_Search_Engine.html#Links. The on-site link for the RollingStocks Search Engine can be found via the “Lots of Research Tools” link.
There’s yet another great research tool that should be popping up on the RS100 website soon – it’s going to be sponsored by VectorVest! Have you ever used a website called http://www.VectorVest.com? If you haven’t, you should scoot your little click-happy butt over there and see what they have. Don’t be dismayed when you see that there’s a membership fee, because you can sample their services free. Right now, it isn’t clear exactly how VectorVest’s research assistance will be incorporated into the RS100, but it promises to make a marked improvement in your ability to succeed in the world of Trading via better research abilities. The software required from VectorVest is currently in route to RS100 for loading. Watch for more to come on this topic.
I’m not a big advocate of this sort of thing, but since we’re all adults here (that’s a code phrase for “use extreme caution” or perhaps even better “run away”) about 5 alert messages have been dropped off in my inbox in regards to a stock symbol, ATTP. It isn’t a Roller and I don’t encourage you to buy in. It’s probably an example of the ol’ pump & dump scam. However, if you’re interested, do your normal thorough research on the stock. Supposedly, it’s going to climb from its current price of .17 a share to 1.25. I for one won’t be buying any of ATTP, could be one of the biggest mistakes of my life, could be one of the smartest decisions of my life. You decide for yourself what to do…we’re all adults here.
The email at the bottom of this message is exceptionally huge. The reason being that none of the email from the week prior had been published, so it was added here.
Have a wonderful Wall Street romping week!
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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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