From: October 2006

Proctor & Gamble – "You Look Mahvelous"

One of my favorite shows today over at Wallstrip. Great stock, good report, funny and really captures a strategy that P&G worked hard to execute despite it’s old stodgy reputation. P&G does not have a complicated lifetime stock chart execpt for February 2000. Obviously it was the great “shaving infection scare of 2000”? :) I …

Stock Position Update…

One thing about trend following is this: It has allowed me the time to pursue business activities away from the computer during office hours. It has been rewarding to let positions just work themselves out and not worry about day to day blips. I try not to talk too much about the smaller stocks I …

Harley Davidson – Americana

After you read the post and watch the video, head over to the conversation and see what the other stock bloggers have to to say. I look at the lifetime chart of Harley and shake my head. Harley is America. Betting against it and it’s loyal community of owners and enthusiasts is like betting against …

Comedy Central – Bassackwards 2.0!

So Comedy Central is pulling clips from YouTube. Like that is going to drive me to watch more Jon Stewart on their time schedule. Bassackwards 2.o! Just caught a clip of Norm McDonald on John Stewart. Thanks to Nixta for the find. Norm proves that no subject is off limits to him.

My Dummest Investment Ever – Cars Direct

Michael Arrington wrote a piece about his Cars Direct experience and gave it a positive review. This Company needs a lot more than positive reviews to make it’s “Bubble” investors back any money. I am always attacking when I hear the blogosphere talk about a Web 2.0 Bubble. It’s like Robert Shaw comparing shark scars …

PayPerPost and fading the A List

I like Loren says in his video below, believe in the markets. I also believe that opinions are like assholes…. There are 70 million blogs so imagine the stench. The loudest and stinkiest stench in my reading circle comes continuously from the mouth of Jason Calacanis. I don’t read his blog, but see his name …