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|Left by joseboulet ( track member | ignore member ) - February 02, 01:27AM
Hey Pozhil, I've been tracking your portfolio
because of your hard work at finding stocks. Keep
up the GOOD WORK! I was wondering if you had done
any DD on PWRM (Power 3 Medical Products Inc.)
I've been watching them for a couple of years now.
They are a biotech in Houston (where I am at) that
has done outstanding work on the developement of
diagnostics screening tests for neurodegenerative
diseases such as (ALS), Alzheimers disease, and
Parkinsons. They are also currently developing a
screening test for breast cancer. They are in the
process of commercializing their tests - which
equates to major income for them... Their
preliminary results for breast cancer screening
show to be far more accurate than mammography
without the side-effects and dangers of radiation
from xray machines. Essentially their tests will
replace mammography's - which is huge. I don't
know if you are familiar with the company VRML
(Vermillion.) They are a similar company that
produced a test for cervical cancer. I held
several thousand shares of VRML and sold it for
.06 cents a share when the company went bankrupt.
BIG MISTAKE!! That stock is now up 39,883.34%
since I sold it. PWRM should easily outdue VRML.
PWRM should be popping like VRML very soon. They
just sponsored a large industry convention in
Houston today. Investors are watching the outcome
of this conference very closely. They are
projected to have their diagnostic tests
commercialized by the end of the quarter (if not
by the end of this month.) Just thought you might
be interested in this info. Thx, joseboulet in
|Left by Max ( track member | ignore member ) - December 19, 06:58AM
Thanks Pozhil! Let us know if there are any
changes or upgrades you'd like to see! We're
always working to make tickerspy better!
|Left by Pozhil ( track member | ignore member ) - December 18, 12:00AM
I was following the ETF "PYH" which is PowerShares
Value Line Industry Rotation. Yeah, I found some
interesting stocks and just added them here to
track how these guys are doing.
|Left by Pozhil ( track member | ignore member ) - October 14, 07:06PM
Sorry, this market is only for day traders. So, I
am more into options trading and go in and out in
either directions and keep them open for a day or
two. But I wouldn't claim I had great success, but
probably can say little reasonable success.
|Left by Pozhil ( track member | ignore member ) - September 03, 01:55PM
Well, the moment I close my holdings, there will
be some catalyst in the market and will be a huge
rally. I lost over 10% in the last 2 days. Very
|Left by Mustelo ( track member | ignore member ) - September 03, 01:38PM
I would believe that a lot of individuals could
say the same. It has been brutal lately. I
recently heard about a Wall Street article stating
that investors should pack it up for the year and
try again in 2009. Preposterous, indeed! Cheers.
|Left by Pozhil ( track member | ignore member ) - August 30, 05:58PM
I believe Uranium spot prices has almost bottomed
and may even go up soon. Cameco's cigar lake
floods and now strained relations between USA and
Russia due to Russia- Georgia crisis, raising more
questions about Russia - USA uranium enrichment
deals should bring interest back Uranium spot
market. I have added few small positions in
Uranium mining companies. Let's wait and watch.
What do you say?
|Left by Pozhil ( track member | ignore member ) - August 24, 05:13PM
I am focussing on Solar sector in the recent days.
After very good earnings from LDK & STP and now
CSUN, also the new SPWR deals with PG&E - all act
as strong catalysts to this sector. Looks like
currently it is little connected to the oil
prices. On Friday, Oil prices came down
significantly, Solar sector held up very nicely.
That's good for the sector. Also watch YGE breakin
|Left by Pozhil ( track member | ignore member ) - August 20, 12:24AM
It's so sad to see CGMFX crashing down. If someone
like high flying Ken Heebner cannot save his fund,
I am not sure who can in this market. It's really
a tough market.
|Left by mkhanarian ( track member | ignore member ) - August 15, 04:18PM
at the moment many of the experts say cash is the
way to go. however, heebner must be fairly
confident in dollar strength and inflation fears
to be placing that much money in cash. But as
stated below, maybe he is expecting a real crash.
|Left by Pozhil ( track member | ignore member ) - August 15, 03:51AM
I think CGM has more cash. I see very small daily
changes in the prices even on days when all the
indices are swinging big. Maybe, is he expecting a
crash? Or is Heebner waiting to reposition? He may
be just holding a small percentage in stocks.
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