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Sound Equity Dividend Income ETF (DIVY)

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Norgy Norgy 15 years ago
Don't forget it's a foreign stock. Ameritrade charges 15.00 extra on top on regular fee for each trade.
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Norgy Norgy 15 years ago
Share price went from 0.075 in January to 0.37 current. Divy from 0.0013 to 0.00903 for a payout ratio of 39.7 for the whole year.
http://www.skyworth.com/en/index.asp

SKYWORTH DIGITAL HOLDINGS LIMITED
(創維數碼控股有限公司*)
(incorporated in Bermuda with limited liability)
(Stock Code: 0751)
ANNOUNCEMENT OF RESULTS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2009
SKYWORTH DIGITAL HOLDINGS LIMITED is an investment holding company with
subsidiaries principally engaged in the manufacture and sales of consumer electronic products
and upstream accessories, and property holding.
The board of directors (the “Board”) of Skyworth Digital Holdings Limited (the “Company”) is
pleased to announce the audited consolidated results of the Company and its subsidiaries (the
“Group”) for the year ended 31 March 2009 together with the comparative figures for the previous
year in 2008.
Highlights of Results
The Group recorded the following results during the year ended 31 March 2009:
�� Turnover from continuing operations reached HK$15,329 million (87.8% from mainland
China market), an increase of 12.5% from that of previous year.
�� Sales of TV products and digital set-top boxes accounted for 90.0% and 8.5% of the
Group’s total turnover from continuing operations respectively.
�� Gross profit from continuing operations achieved HK$3,107 million, increased by 3.5%,
and gross profit margin was 20.3%.
�� Profits for the year after and before gain for the year from discontinued operation were
HK$503 million and HK$460 million respectively.
�� The Board has proposed a final cash dividend of HK7 cents per share with an option to
elect new shares in lieu of cash. This represents a dividend payout ratio of 39.7% for the
whole year.
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Screamer Screamer 15 years ago
What's the divy?
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Norgy Norgy 15 years ago
SWDHF Check out the share price and divy now, wowsa
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shortsinthesand shortsinthesand 15 years ago
OUCH.... UNCLE!
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Norgy Norgy 15 years ago
Sorry that's hk 0.01 per share which equates to 0.0013 per share usd.
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Norgy Norgy 15 years ago
swdhf share price 0.075 paying 0.01 dividend record date 1-23-2009 over 20,000 employees. Growth oriented company.
http://www.skyworth.com/en/index.asp
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shortsinthesand shortsinthesand 15 years ago
Man all the Canroys are smoken!eom
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shortsinthesand shortsinthesand 15 years ago
Screamer the buzz is just forget about it! LOL they just used it to sell their stock it appears?

I did buy AAV PGH HTE PVX today at these basement bargan prices for my after Christmas holiday spending spree!

Happy holidays to all!

Santa
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Screamer Screamer 16 years ago
Santa, what's the latest buzz on this?
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bell345 bell345 16 years ago
30% dividend here: http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/081117/20081117006759.html?.v=1
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shortsinthesand shortsinthesand 16 years ago
I agree screemer it definatly threw me for a curve ball? At first I thought it was just another pink sheet divy hoax?

Then it got listed on the OTCBB as a real cash divy? Extremely high risk but I have never seen a pink offer a real dividend only the BS restricted paper ploys?

Have to keep an eye on this one!

-Sands
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Screamer Screamer 16 years ago
Somethings not right. What's the catch?
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shortsinthesand shortsinthesand 16 years ago
Guys here is an interesting new dividend stock. It's a pink and I was actively showing the red flags to the board but they just announced a CASH Quarterly dividend of 25% at the current price of .015!

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=33637787

It now has hit the OTCBB list so it is real. I still view it as highly speculative and high risk but might be worth a throw of the dice up to .04 cents!

-Sands
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shortsinthesand shortsinthesand 16 years ago
today's headlines

Stock futures briefly cut losses on UK rate cut
ECB cuts rates by 50 basis points, more action expected
Britain slashes interest rates, ECB to follow
Wal-Mart October same-store sales rise
Yahoo up after CEO says Microsoft best option
Toyota hacks forecasts as U.S. carmakers seek help
Oil extends loss below $64 after UK rate cut
Obama considers Geithner, Summers for Treasury
Volkswagen executive cashes in on short squeeze
InBev sticks to Bud deal, third quarter just above forecasts




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Starnes Starnes 16 years ago
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mudturtle mudturtle 16 years ago
*AHR 3.46 PP=3.44 S=3.22 R=3.68

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shortsinthesand shortsinthesand 16 years ago
good move rrufff I also picked up PVX at 5.25 they just announced the dividend at the same pay out!

good luck

Sands
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GnomeOfZurich GnomeOfZurich 16 years ago
"Personally, I think that non-reporting pinkies should not be allowed to trade, but until the SEC does this, pinkies are good for extreme gambles."

Come to my board and I'll teach you how to gamble by diversification.

I've ran a monte carlo simulation on college football betting.

I do it weekly.

.Scovanner Investments.

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rrufff rrufff 16 years ago
PVX low 4.55 SO FAR. Still short USO to hedge.

High risk.




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rrufff rrufff 16 years ago
If you check my posts, you'll see I raised some serious issues re PVX and its kin before the 50% or more haircut. Given the premise in setting up this board that it was kind of a sure thing and given the premise that it can be compared to crap pinkies, etc., the market has proven that my own diversified approach is really the only way to go, at least in my own opinion.

Clearly, comparing pinkies and pennies to dividend plays is apples and oranges. Sometimes an apple is good for you, and sometimes an orange is good. Sometimes tainted produce can kill or seriously sicken you. Personally, I think that non-reporting pinkies should not be allowed to trade, but until the SEC does this, pinkies are good for extreme gambles. Reporting OTC BB stocks can be even better in my opinion for those willing to take risk and which have a bit more transparency that prevents exponential dilution and manipulation of the pinkies. One should never do any of these plays with money that is needed to survive. Even stocks mentioned here probably should not be played by those who absolutely need the money over the next couple of years, e.g., for bills, mortgage, college, etc.

In any event, despite the risks, I'm now buying PVX and EPD, 2 oil related dividend plays.

At this point, with PVX touching the 5 area, the risk to me is worth the play. But, again, continue to realize that there is no sure thing. This area has risk, that's why you have yields as high as 20%. Many of the crap pinks I follow have performed better, but again, apples and oranges.
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Screamer Screamer 16 years ago
Shorts, are you still holding anything here?

I'm ready to get back in soon.
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mkendra mkendra 16 years ago
This piqued my interest: RGNC: NASDAQ

Anybody have a quick opinion?
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shortsinthesand shortsinthesand 16 years ago
have a great labour day guys!
==================================================

Good morning and welcome to Before The Bell

While Democratic nominee Barack Obama’s soaring oratory last night was filled with exhortations of change (can he break a $20?), the stock market is seeing more of the same.

Fears of Hurricane Gustav’s effect on oil and gas installations in the Gulf of Mexico, rising crude oil prices and weaker corporate earnings -- this time from Dell Inc – all put pressure on stock futures this morning.

The world’s second largest computer maker said the companies are cutting back on technology spending, which sent shock waves through the tech sector including IBM and Apple.

The treasury market is set to close early today ahead of the long holiday weekend.

Drive safely this weekend and flip your burgers frequently.

Derek Caney
Newsmail Editor
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rrufff rrufff 16 years ago
I have no problem with good dividends and, in fact, that is why I looked at these stocks and mentioned that I am interested in possibly adding these to a diversified portfolio.

However, I merely pointed out risks and was looking for an even discussion of these points. I have yet to see any discussion about the negatives.

I see lots of "no-brainer" and "it's the best," and I just read a post where the poster apparently is recommending purchase on margin.

Again, reference is made to this article

http://www.dividenddetective.com/canadian_royalty_trusts.htm

and still looking for answers to these issues I have raised

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=29208165

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=29187736

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=29171971



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shortsinthesand shortsinthesand 16 years ago
Hi Screamer I totally agree with you and right now these Canroys are at bargain prices. I add as I can..

All stocks are risky but this sector is the safest one there is. Just call your broker and ask them what the Margin requirements are here...

They will let you margin these Canroys and only have to maintain a 35% EQUITY.. There is no safer stock sector to invest in. IMHO

regards

Shorts
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rrufff rrufff 16 years ago
You are very funny. First you say look at your first post and want to compare this arbitary start to show that you somehow always make a profit, calling this area of the market a "no-brainer."

Then you imply you always make profit by dollar cost averaging over time, calling that a "no-brainer."

Do you see the inconsistency in your argument? Are you arguing an arbitrary trade from the start of your posting or are you arguing that one should dollar cost average?

Why do you ignore the simple fact that PVX and most others are 20%-35% off the highs? Why do you ignore the risks that I have queried you about?

Do you deny the risks? Are the articles and citations that I posted incorrect?

Why the personal attacks?

Why can't you refute the substance of the citations I posted?

ROFLMAO

You say I post "FUD."

Do you know that FUD = Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt?

What have I posted that is FUD?

I posted my opinion that there are risks, significant risks in this end of the market. I did not say that these risks should be avoided, just acknowledged.

You don't seem to like that.


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shortsinthesand shortsinthesand 16 years ago
wrong again rufff LOL look at the original posting on PVX in the Ibox...

It was trading between 9-9.50 so anyone that bought it as a buy and hold would be up more than 15% even with the pull back from the highs...

Always a pleasure to correct your FUD.

I would recomend you don't buy this risky stocks and stick with your safe and sure micro craps.. opps I mean caps!

-Sands


> These messages are only the opinion of the poster, are no substitute for your own research,http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/board.asp?board_id=7707
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rrufff rrufff 16 years ago
LOL - I'm not wrong shorts - the chart indicates a 20-35% loss during the time you have posted bullishly.

Your observations also indicate that you seem to like to manipulate data for your own points.

You took an arbitrary trade. It's very similar to posting you often criticise on microcap boards.

I previously commented that it was quite silly to make broad statements. You seem to be stating though that this is a "sure thing." Yet you claim that one cannot make money in microcaps.

You indicate that, "Canroys are a no brainer." It sounds like you have fallen in love with one area of the market, and this area of the market is well off its high.

I prefer a diversified approach. I've done well in microcaps, acknowledging the risk. I've also done well with XOM and other big caps, supplementing with option writing. I don't doubt that the stocks you tout here can be useful as part of a diversified portfolio. However, it's foolish to suggest that this is a "no-brainer" or that one cannot lose money here.

Despite your suggestion to the contrary, IMO it is wrong to suggest that it is a sure thing. I've pointed out many risks here and have yet to have you refute this or even acknowledge the risks.

The risks include but are not limited to

Tax ramifications

Possible individual liability

Risk connected to oil price fluctuation

Risk that dividend will be reduced.

Please see my prior posts.




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shortsinthesand shortsinthesand 16 years ago
NO your wrong again ruff.. Screamer did buy and hold for 10 months and had a 9000 dollar profit...

diversify dollar cost average and these Canroys are a no brainer..

Unlike micro caps that will cause 90% of investors that buy and hold to lose about 99% ever single time!

good luck

Sands
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rrufff rrufff 16 years ago
I posted nothing materially false. I posted that you have been posting positively with respect to these stocks. Anyone who followed a "buy and hold" would have a loss of somewhere between 20% and 35%.

You often go to other boards and mention the negative of others' picks.

I came here and referenced many extreme risks here, but also was fair in indicating that the dividend was very attractive.

There is risk in all areas of the market and there is high risk here.

I posted my opinions and my quest for information. Apparently, that irritates you.

Have a nice day and hope you feel better soon.


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shortsinthesand shortsinthesand 16 years ago
No rruff your post didn't bother me a bit! I simply didn't like your materially False accusation of experiencing a loss and that I was touting this from its highs...

Here is an example of one of the board participants that bought AAV over 12 dollars had it fall to 8.50 then he dollar cost averaged and it returned to 13 dollars and he made 9,000 dollars between capital gains and dividend distributions....

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=30181589

So for you to say that people have lost money here is just plain nonsense and materially FUD as you would say!

good luck

Sands
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rrufff rrufff 16 years ago
Sands - I'm sorry my posts seem to have gotten under your skin. I'm also sorry you posted I don't "like" you. I do, in fact, like much of what you post and agree with a lot of it.

I merely came over here to get info on a prospective stock and my posts seem to be seen here as bashing, when I merely wanted to get some discussion of pro/con arguments and issues. It's not good to get overly emotional about any stock. All stocks have risks. There is no free lunch.

Good luck and hope you feel better tomorrow.


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shortsinthesand shortsinthesand 16 years ago
rruff... that is a totally false statement... I started this board a year and a half ago... these stocks has moved up and down 20-30% in both directions several times and the whole time has paid a very stable dividend! If you couldn't swing trade this and make profit while receiving a dividend that is your problem!

good luck with your retehric. Its very obvious that you don't like me and are making a very lame attempt to discredit me! The feeling is mutual my good trading Bro!

RE:You've been touting this since the highs and, if you did a buy and hold, you'd have somewhere between a 20% and a 30%+ loss.

-regards Sands
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rrufff rrufff 16 years ago
For someone who is afraid to back-up your posts, you certainly assume a lot. I've been very successful in microcaps, largely, and as I post, because of diversification.

You've been touting this since the highs and, if you did a buy and hold, you'd have somewhere between a 20% and a 30%+ loss.

I have a very diversified portfolio that has done very well in all areas. I'm not asking anyone to follow my lead and I merely post opinions and thoughts, as you do.

You seem to go around from board to board, hit and run and bash others' picks. When the same happens to you, you piss, moan and whine, but not necessarily in that order.

I merely came here looking for info on PVX and the like and then posted some bullish and bearish points. There is risk in every area of the market which is why I recommend diversification. I'm still looking for refutations of the points I posted about the stocks, but instead find assumptions and personal attacks LOL.

Have a nice day and enjoy trading.





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shortsinthesand shortsinthesand 16 years ago
ruff I am not a finacial adviser so I don't post my buys and sells but if you want to trade PVX it is a great swing trading stock!

I think you should really stick with your micro cap stocks...

then you can lose 98%... PVX is doing just fine and if you picked it up recently in the high Nines you could sell and keep your free shares..

When I trade the stock and it goes up .20 or more cents I sell and keep the free shares from the profit. Then I re buy when it dips .20 or more cents. It does this 5-10 times a month if you follow the stock on a daily trading screen been doing this for months..

good luck

Sands


> These messages are only the opinion of the poster, are no substitute for your own research,http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/board.asp?board_id=7707
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rrufff rrufff 16 years ago
shorts - Not trying to analyze your trading. These boards are about the stocks not the posters. However, your post talked about stop losses. Nothing wrong with that but that's not the same as a "sell" recommendation.

I'm showing a high of 13.55 on November 7. Is that wrong? If so, I'm using percentage showing drop from the number you cited. (Note - it looks like you were recommending these stocks at about that time, but if I'm mistaken, please disregard

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=24341982)

(Note - it's kind of silly to compare areas of market but I did note your recommendation of a low ball order on GM at 35. Your IBox tends to make one think that one area of the market should be compared to another. I respectfully suggest that risk should be managed no matter which area of the market one plays.

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=24343647)

You say you've been actively trading and adding free shares. I haven't seen any contemporaneous posts. What do you mean by "free shares?"

As for your poing of adding or starting positions, I have no problem with that. I took profits on many of my oil positions from FPP to XOM and am now accumulating. On XOM, I have been able to get a large dividend and magnify that by writing both puts and calls.

I've also been shorting the USO to play the down turn in oil prices. I was able to get shares and capture the premiums by writing calls on USO. I recently covered part of my position by writing puts on USO. This way enables one to get the premiums, which are large, and helps when I make bad trades. It's a great cushion and often makes good trades out of bad ones.

I still haven't opened a position here but continue to look for interesting information pro and con.

Obviously the dividend payout is exciting but those out there should realize that there is no free lunch and high payouts have inherent risks.

See my prior posts

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PVX was as low as 9.80 - close to a 20% drop from the highs. It goes to show that one can lose money even in supposedly "safe" stocks and that one should not blindly follow any "sure thing."

Again, reference is made to this article

http://www.dividenddetective.com/canadian_royalty_trusts.htm

and still looking for answers to these issues I have raised

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=29208165

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=29187736

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=29171971









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shortsinthesand shortsinthesand 16 years ago
rruff PVX closed 10.49.. Geesh I have been actively trading this stock and adding Free shares 5 times a month... What are you talking about here?

Now is a great time to be adding or starting positions with the canroys.. the Divy is now 14% and the earnings on PVX were great.

BTW the high was 12.50 not 13.50 and I was recommending selling at that price if you have been following the board!

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=29497150

RE:It's down from 13.50 high.

PVX over the long term is in a uptrend. Just pulled back because of the Oil bubble burst!

good luck with those micro cap stocks!

regards
Shorts




> These messages are only the opinion of the poster, are no substitute for your own research,http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/board.asp?board_id=7707
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rrufff rrufff 16 years ago
PVX 10.07 pre-market - but should recover a little. It's down from 13.50 high.

See prior posts - there is no free lunch and all should read about the risks and rewards.
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mkendra mkendra 16 years ago
Haven't been following, but read some stuff today - SCARY....


No talk of going "belly up" yet.

Financials Aug 5.

I say "ded".
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Marilynt Marilynt 16 years ago
Any comments on AFN?

Marilyn

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mkendra mkendra 16 years ago
OT:

From CNN today"

NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- The housing finance crisis and spiraling energy costs will remain a drag on the U.S. economy for the rest of the year, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke told lawmakers in a gloomy presentation about the economic outlook.

And President Bush says the economy is strong.

One of them is lying - and one has a track record of lying.....


LMAO!
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taleb186 taleb186 16 years ago
I got this one on my watch list. I know it's OT from the ibox, but you gotta diversify your plays.
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shortsinthesand shortsinthesand 16 years ago
Welcome to the Reuters Before the Bell news mail.

Megamergers and soothing congressional testimony from the likes of Fed chief Ben Bernanke don't come along every day, as Wall Street is painfully aware. Stock futures are pointing down as the glow from yesterday's news fades and the focus returns to the latest installment of the credit crisis.

The New York Times says that if problems at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac get worse, the U.S. government might take over the mortgage financiers in a plan that would leave shareholders with nothing.

And earlier today, oil hit another record high - $145.98 a barrel - on worries over supply disruptions from Iran and Nigeria, as well as the threat of a strike in Brazil next week.

General Electric's reassuring quarterly results, which might have moved the market higher on another day, failed to penetrate the overall gloom, although they did boost the company's stock.

The dollar is steady against an index of major currencies. U.S. Treasuries are mixed.

Two more chemical companies are looking to tie the knot. Ashland is buying Hercules in a cash-and-stock deal valued at $2.6 billion.

Several pieces of data are on the way, including the international trade deficit and import-export prices.

There will also be a report on consumer sentiment. It may not be all that bad, given that people are lining up for the new version of Apple's iPhone, which is going on sale today.

Until Monday,

Lisa Von Ahn
News Mail Editor
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mkendra mkendra 16 years ago
That was my BIG mistake. After being a Big Board investor since 1972 (won and lost a fortune twice - long story - medical bills, divorce, custody battle, college), I decided to go into pennies thinking it reacted like the Big Boards.


I had no idea how volatile and crazy (among other things) this OTC stuff was.

It's really a totally different animal.

Maybe after my last 2 kids finish medical school, I will try again with a different approach.

Until then, I'll stick with what I know and watch from the sidelines to gain some insight.


Good Luck!
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taleb186 taleb186 16 years ago
testing the waters in the otc will get you the experience to become a winner more than loser...but still you can be up 200% then go to the washroom for a piss come back and you're down 100% ...atleast the rises and falls in the big stock exchanges are more gradual...but charting and timing will help ya in whatever you invest
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mkendra mkendra 16 years ago
Yeah, I see.

Another key to OTC is having the guts, which I do not have.
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rrufff rrufff 16 years ago
Disagree there - any risk can be quantified and minimized if you do DD and diversify. If you have a basket of OTC BB stocks and carefully time buys, not all at once, keeping track of the filings and chart, you can have very large overall gains. Sure, you will have losers, but the multi-bagger gains is why many play here. It goes without saying that one has to recognize the risk, not go along with the "crowd" and, again, diversify, and step gradually into any play to have a chance at the payoff.
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mkendra mkendra 16 years ago
Agreed.

But the OTC crap is a different story - no rules apply, except a dart board with dull darts (I stay away, now).
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rrufff rrufff 16 years ago
Very true - diversification is the key I believe no matter how much risk you are willing to take on.
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