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  • That's if you must buy individual stocks. IMHO ETFs are the better way to go.

    But for stocks, ignore the experts, ignore the charts, ignore the resistance levels, ignore the "rules", and ignore all of the mumbo jumbo.

    Keep it simple. Do your own homework, Buy stocks with a solid history of sales growth and profit growth. Look to buy on dips. This works.

    Good luck,
    Carl

  • Good stock will try to get back at lower price after this run up.

    Good luck!
    Sincerely,

    Carolyn Novice

    Sentiment: Sell

  • Volume ...180,000...very high...36.66....34.84....nice range

    Hedge Fund created problem ...now what?

    Settlement Date....... Short Interest ....Avg Daily Volume .....Days To Cover
    2/27/2015....... 4,729,429................... 180,119......... 26.
    2/13/2015...... 4,642,812............ 275,229....... 16.

    Good luck!

    Sincerely,

    Carolyn Novice

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Good momentum, time to buy.

    Please keep an eye on the volume.

    Good luck!

    Sincerely,
    Carolyn Novice

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Volume at 12:45 ..75,000 ….Range…33.6851…..34.959…now 34.90

    Date -------- Volume -------- High -------- Close -------- Change
    5-Mar -------- 12,643 -------- 35.65 -------- 33.71 -------- -2.80
    6-Mar -------- 5,566 -------- 33.76 -------- 32.97 -------- -0.74
    9-Mar -------- 3,331 -------- 33.36 -------- 32.45 -------- -0.52

    After a big drop after the earnings, BRLI is getting ready to recover some of the losses, and may try to consolidate at higher levels.

    There is lack of volume for turn around situation.

    Please watch last hour volume and price action to see if volume reversal is closer. It could be the end of the decline, we know by the close

    Good luck!

    Sincerely,

    Carolyn Novice

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Mostly avoid individual stocks and buy ETFs.

    If you buy individual stocks, then solid sales and earnings growth are the key. In the long run if the profits go up then the stock price goes up. If you really like the stock (and profit growth is good) then consider buying when it goes down.

    Mostly ignore Zacks and the talking heads. Not too many people can make money trading. Most professionals can't beat an index.

    A conservative tool that I like is selling covered calls, which has worked pretty well with BRLI.

    As to BRLI, IMHO as it gets larger it will become a market performer.

    Good luck.

  • Buy HRL if you like SPAM.

  • BioLargo shares are selling at less than $.50 and are a strong buy considering that their AOS Filter Technology uses Biotechnology to solve one of the world’s biggest problems of water shortages.

    BioLargo (BLGO) and Lockheed have proven and game changing technologies to desalinate seawater cheaply and create abundant water for everyone. 

BioLargo’s AOS Filter is close to commercialization while Lockheed’s Graphene Filter is about 3 to 5 years away.

To read report, copy and paste and google: Desalination Industry Screams for Cost Cutting Innovation: Lockheed And BioLargo Hold Key Technologies. Seeking Alpha

    BioLargo 12-month Price Target is $3.00
    BioLargo 24 month Price Target is $8.00

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Where do these frauds come from.He should get together with the other fraud---CRAMER

  • Reply to

    QTR report - partnership expert

    by leafhopper9 Mar 5, 2015 1:00 PM

    Gem,
    All I was trying to do was to point out that BRLI emphasized in their communication that they are pursuing strategic partnerships to leverage and maximize their underlying potential. I felt this was very interesting. I myself am not good at technical analysis or determining players etc.

  • Reply to

    QTR report - partnership expert

    by leafhopper9 Mar 5, 2015 1:00 PM

    well I can tell it was more than one "some big player" Nevertheless a lot of the big money boys and Carolyn sell regardless of earnings report. They just sell and move on. A nice time to add shares.

  • Reply to

    QTR report - partnership expert

    by leafhopper9 Mar 5, 2015 1:00 PM

    Company has more than 3,000 employees and earning was good, some big player decide to take some chips from the table.

    After making new high it needs to digest the gain, and consolidate around these levels.

    A few weeks from now the up trend will continue.

    Good luck!

    Sincerely,
    Carolyn Novice

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Quote from the QTR report March 5, 2015:
    Dr. Grodman concluded, "We are extremely pleased to announce that Ilan Kaufthal was elected to our Board of Directors to fill the vacancy created by the loss of our longtime Board member, Gary Lederman, last November. Mr. Kaufthal served as Vice Chairman of Investment Banking at Bear, Stearns until 2008 and prior to that was Head of Mergers and Acquisitions as Vice Chairman of Schroder & Co from 1987. Since retiring from Bear, Stearns, Ilan has been a member of several Boards of Directors and has been involved in advisory positions at several organizations. We have long believed that Clinical Laboratories need strategic partnerships to leverage and maximize their underlying potential and in this regard, Ilan's experience and counsel will prove invaluable."

  • Reply to

    Lack of coverage dogged stocks

    by unclespeaking Dec 30, 2014 11:54 AM

    //It's quite a shame to take so long to push it over $34.
    Uncle now Upgrades it with Target of 6x6!//
    Uncle only gave the target of $36 and it was mission accomplished and more though.

  • Shorts interest more than 4.6 million, could they all be wrong?

    So far all signs point for higher price and volume. S& P and others will upgrade, if price moves higher.

    Settlement Date…… Short Interest……. Avg Daily Volume…. Days To Cover

    2/13/2015………. 4,642,812………. 275,229……. ….16.86
    1/30/2015….. …..4,632,534………….. 230,461……. 20.10

    Good luck!

    Sincerely,

    Carolyn Novice

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Stock trading activity makes it a strong new leader for this next up move in the market.

    There is very little overhead supply at new high. Consolidation phase is over and this is a good opportunity to add to your portfolio.

    There are SEVEN PILLARS OF STOCK MARKET PRACTICE necessary for success.
    1. Determine whether the market is in a "bear" or "bull" trend.
    Then determine further whether it is a major, intermediate, or minor trend.
    TRADE WITH THE TREND!

    2. Determine which groups of stocks are the strongest.
    TRADE IN STRONG GROUPS FOR ADVANCE! TRADE IN WEAK GROUPS FOR DECLINE!

    3. Select the strongest stocks in these particular groups.
    TRADE IN STRONG STOCKS FOR ADVANCE! TRADE IN WEAK STOCKS FOR DECLINE!

    4. BUY ONLY ON REACTIONS-not on advances!
    SELL AND SHORT ONLY ON ADVANCES-not on declines!

    5. Place a mental or (if you do not watch the tape) actual stop-loss order of two or three points on your trades.
    BE AT ALL TIMES PROTECTED AGAINST POSSIBLE LOSSES!
    CLOSE OUT WHEN TRADE GOES AGAINST YOU.

    6. Protect your profits by stop-loss orders. Let your profits grow when you see your stocks advancing.
    HOLD OUT FOR LARGER PROFITS!

    7. Do not hesitate to take your profits; you may be able to re-buy the same stock at lower prices.
    SELL WHEN YOU THINK THE MARKET IS DUE FOR A REACTION!
    SELL AT THE TOP * * * NOT AT THE BOTTOM
    BUY AT THE BOTTOM NOT AT THE TOP

    BRLI Stock rallied on HIGH VOLUME and will most likely consolidate at low volume in a trading range above these prices.

    THE SEVEN PILLARS OF STOCK MARKET SUCCESS

    Wisdom of George Seaman

    Sincerely,

    Carolyn Novice

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Kindly Google Search, “20 GOLDEN RULES FOR TRADERS

    Rule 1 and 10 is as below:

    1. Forget the news, remember the chart. You're not smart enough to know how news will affect price. The chart already knows the news is coming.

    2. Buy the first pullback from a new high. Sell the first pullback from a new low. There's always a crowd that missed the first boat.
    3. Buy at support, sell at resistance. Everyone sees the same thing and they're all just waiting to jump in the pool.
    4. Short rallies not selloffs. When markets drop, shorts finally turn a profit and get ready to cover.
    5. Don't buy up into a major moving average or sell down into one. See #3.
    6. Don't chase momentum if you can't find the exit. Assume the market will reverse the minute you get in. If it's a long way to the door, you're in big trouble.
    7. Exhaustion gaps get filled. Breakaway and continuation gaps don't. The old traders' wisdom is a lie. Trade in the direction of gap support whenever you can.
    8. Trends test the point of last support/resistance. Enter here even if it hurts.
    9. Trade with the TICK not against it. Don't be a hero. Go with the money flow.
    10. If you have to look, it isn't there. Forget your college degree and trust your instincts.

    Source: Hardrightedge

    Sincerely,

    Carolyn Novice

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Price and Volume indicating the trend is close to change. Only thing missing is volume and that still needs confirmation of momentum. There is till hesitation among those who for burnt last time. Most of them may never return. New player are generally slow to be convinced. It takes three weekly higher closing for confirmation.

    THE GRAND STRATEGY OF STOCK TRADING

    THE STOCK TELLS YOU THAT IT HAS MADE A BOTTOM OR A TOP BY SACRIFICING A POINT OR SO FOR INSURANCE.

    The Most Bullish Looking Chart Patterns

    All your buying for maximum profits should be concentrated on stocks having the following types of chart patterns:

    1. Long-term decline followed by a breakout………………….BRLI
    2. Flat base breakout
    3. Coming off a double bottom…………three years………BRLI …..
    4. W Pattern
    5. Growth…………………………………turn around situation……….BRLI
    6. Cyclical at historic lows

    Let us examine each of these separately:

    1. Long-term decline followed by a breakout
    This pattern is mentioned first because it is capable of producing the greatest capital gains. The pattern is exactly as described, a long-term decline (the longer the better) followed by an eventual bullish reversal above a previous declining peak. The stock gains an upside impetus commensurate with the duration and extent o f the previous decline. The theory here is that the stock has been so utterly oversold that upon the first evidence of a turn for the better the stock will advance at a greater rate than it previously declined

    (Source: A Strategy of Daily Stock Market Timing for Maximum profit, by Joseph E. Granville)

    Sincerely,

    Carolyn Novice

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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