Strategies & Market Trends : Ride the Tiger with CD

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To: Rocket Red who wrote (39399)12/31/2005 7:15:25 PM
From: TheSlowLane  Read Replies (2) of 262616
Okay, in 2005, I picked the worst chart I could find for a stock that I believed had the potential to scrape itself off the pavement. I picked Maxy Gold on that basis. While it did well enough to get me 13th place (38%), I think if the contest ran another few weeks I would have done better (lots of results pending).

I am going with the same strategy this year, but a different entrant. Once a darling of the SI threads, it shone briefly but brightly only to be abandoned by the multitudes as they discovered other nuggets. Now that the number of retail investors holding the stock has dwindled down to two (as far as I can tell), but with considerable progress under their belt including a JV with Placer Dome, I believe that this company could be ready to start easing out from under a market-imposed cloaking mode. Some of you might say it SMeLls, but I say a rose is still a rose by any other name.

I pick...

Stealth Minerals (SML.V) at fourteen and a half cents.
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