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  • kip20122 kip20122 Aug 8, 2012 11:58 AM Flag

    Not seen any posts from Tycoon!!

    Unusuall??

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    • watch out for the headfake ! ? I still predict they will take it lower. IMO

      • 2 Replies to electdon30
      • good luck ty. You will fare well in the end. We all have different approaches and systems. Me, I'm mostly a short term trader, day and swing. I do well with that and holding is too risky in current world market in my opinion. Any day some disaster or market crash like in 08 could quickly extinguish any gains. I watched my dad lose 350K in O8 crash and haven't forgotten it.

      • elect, sure it can go lower. It may happen suddenly or in a few weeks, Or it may never look back.

        Still, this quick move up was huge(about 6 cents) for NBS for a stock trading under a dollar. The .60/.65 level is still a great price to buy even if the s/p drops below that.
        It shouldn't take long to resume the uptrend. IMHO

        ht

    • Too bad to see you go Ty. Much appreciate your posts and agree NBS is a long term. Take care and looking to hear back from you soon.

    • This was intended to be my last post, but I hate to leave friends hanging; and you evidently didn't read this; so I will re-post it:

      http://messages.finance.yahoo.com/Stocks_%28A_to_Z%29/Stocks_N/threadview?m=tm&bn=75900&tid=17235&mid=17265&tof=22&rt=2&frt=2&off=1

      But I have been trading stocks and observing NBS all along.

      As a chartist, I couldn't help but note the Bearish Harami Pattern that was formed and alerted my local friends. We have protected ourselves.

      As info, not trading NBS currently. But still holding and watching. This area is not bad entry in my opinion fundamentally; but a Bearish Harami normally portends more retracement (chart-wise).

      If .63 doesn't hold (per the point and figure chart), then this may well re-trace to fill the lower gap.

      But I have decided not to play any more tit for tat with a spoiled trustfund brat. I don't really have a need to post. I was only sharing observations anyway; and certainly didn't want folks to take my predictions as the gospel. I thought I initimated that when I said no one was Clairvoyant. But a failed breakout ususally denotes a breakdown. I thought we would get a breakout and may have unduly influened others. They may not have the resources I have. And may have been hurt. So please, friends, don't trade by MB. Design your own trading programs and disciplines; and go by them, because it is your money. I'll just trade my account like I used to and do other things to fight the boredom.

      Good Luck to all aboard. My fundamental opinion on this stock is that it is at least a ten-bagger plus. But for God's sakes, everybody do your own DD and don't take my own and indeed others expressed opinions as certainty. Mine were only meant to be helpful observations, I assure you.

      And by the way, I have never used an alias. My dad was a man of very little pecuniary resources; but he enjoyed an abundance of integrity and raised us to know it's import.

      Please don't expect any more posts. And please know I wish all good longs on the board the very best.

      • 3 Replies to tycoonowe
      • alark13@ymail.com alark13 Aug 8, 2012 3:59 PM Flag

        Ty... Thanks for the post... I always enjoy reading the posts of chartists and traders (including yours), though I don't really follow that path myself... and have come to understand that sometimes your insights are right on and sometimes not so much... You may be right more often than wrong... I haven't really kept tally and haven't relied on you to make investment decisions... frankly anyone who relies on a yahoo message board for that probably deserves to lose money... I am long NBS and appreciate your comment about it one day growing up to be a 10 bagger or more... I agree with you and I don't worry about minor adjustments... even 7 or 8 cents in 15 minutes such as we saw yesterday at close... for what it's worth I would encourage you to keep posting because many of us enjoy reading what you have to say... and may sometimes learn something from it... as for the person that troubles you... the ignore button works great for that... take care and good luck...

      • Well, ty, thanks for acknowledging and I, for one, will miss your thoughtful and pleasant posts!

        Take care and God Bless!

        P.S. Keep an eye on ROSG. Just closed their secondary and have more money in the bank than their market cap at present!

        <wink>

      • I hate to see you stop posting on the board, Ty. Your TA was superb and if someone took anything you said as a reason for their investment or trading, that is their mistake.

        I posted a lot on the science behind AMR-001, but don't expect people to invest solely on that information. If it helps, that is great, but people need to be responsible for their own decisions.

        Hopefully, you will continue to post or will come back after a little time off. I agree with you that this will be an amazing long term investment and will likely have some bumps along the way. Take care of yourself.

    • I was wondering the same thing, because I value what he has to say about this stock.

      Life trumps a stock message board, so something else probably came up that was more important. Hope all is well with him.

    • I thought so, too. Although he hasn't been here all week, I think!

 
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