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   Gold/Mining/EnergyBuckey's Bottom Bounce Short Term Picks (CDN ONLY)


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To: Buckey who wrote (5870)1/4/2007 12:56:38 AM
From: Clark Kent
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I tried Ed's site at talkstox and then when I tried to click to chat here juniorstocks.com it wouldn't load....tried several times...oh well. guess he's too busy selling his condo's and ski chalets in Collingwood to maintain his site.

Buckey, you must be sitt'n pretty with the way real estate in our oil patch has gone these past couple of yyears...that where you gett'n the equity to borrow to play the pinks?

Margin...bad news.

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To: Flea who wrote (5830)1/4/2007 12:59:50 AM
From: Clark Kent
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Durdle lol lol lol

Go Cartaway!!

LOL I'm laughing out loud...really, truly and physically.

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To: Clark Kent who wrote (5871)1/4/2007 1:07:18 AM
From: Buckey
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read the ENRON book this week - UNREAL - that was HUGE scam

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To: Buckey who wrote (5874)1/4/2007 1:20:39 AM
From: Clark Kent
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Ok I will...you want a really, really huge scam...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_God_Delusion

No wonder the planet is in such deep doo doo.

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To: Clark Kent who wrote (5869)1/4/2007 4:33:48 PM
From: Flea
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Hi Clark,

Glad to see you around here. Yeah, spend (or waste) a lot of time on Ed's site. There's only a few of us there...mostly still catching falling knives. Been a crazy couple of days, huh?

The second URL you had was right and should've worked.

juniorstocks.com

Buckey's gone off the deep end. I don't think any of us can ever bring him back. LOL

Happy New Year to Buckey and all!

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To: Flea who wrote (5876)1/4/2007 5:23:45 PM
From: Buckey
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TACAW and CBASW - both stocks are winding down and that leaves the warrants technically in the money but because no transaction on these blank IPOS the wts are deems unexecutable and thus worthless LOLOLOL Trading nothing LOLOL loving it.

I actually worked today on a job site with one of my crews as we were really jammed - steel toes and jeans - That working stuff for the birds man - all sweaty and stinky and only the damn ole blackberry to watch the stocks.

UT STARCOMM a much better product for the internet - windows based mobile O/S the only way to go. IMHO

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To: Buckey who wrote (5877)1/5/2007 12:05:32 PM
From: Flea
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I actually worked today on a job site with one of my crews as we were really jammed - steel toes and jeans - That working stuff for the birds man - all sweaty and stinky and only the damn ole blackberry to watch the stocks.

Sounds like a TV commercial...for jeans...or boots...or blackberry...or beer.

Almost bought NRM yesterday but glad I held out. I bet shareholders wish 2007 never started.

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To: Flea who wrote (5878)1/5/2007 3:19:05 PM
From: Buckey
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in the beers now LOLOLO watching the game

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To: Flea who wrote (5876)1/5/2007 7:16:30 PM
From: Clark Kent
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I never really thought Buckey spent much time in the shallow end.

Yep, working for a living sucks but trading for a living didn't work for me and I couldn't eat. Lost weight....hmm, maybe I should give it another try. grunt.

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To: Flea who wrote (5878)1/5/2007 7:23:34 PM
From: Clark Kent
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I'd wait for NRM to hit $1.00, you probably saw this:

NP says analyst strokes Neurochem with $1 (U.S.) target

2007-01-05 09:05 ET - In the News

The National Post reports in its Friday edition that Neurochem traded at its 52-week high of $29.99 (Canadian) at the end of November. The Post's Jonathan Ratner writes in the Trading Desk column that on Jan. 1 the stock closed at $26 (Canadian). Thursday the stock closed $21.38 (Canadian). Jefferies & Co. downgraded Neurochem on Wednesday. Brean, Murray, Carret & Co. started coverage of Neurochem with a "sell" rating Wednesday. Mr. Murray expects Neurochem stock will trade down to $1 (U.S.) in the next six months. Neurochem closed at $18.23 (U.S.) Wednesday in New York. "We view Neurochem's recent rise in valuation as totally unwarranted and believe this offers an ideal opportunity to sell shares at a price that is about twenty-fold higher than our fair value calculation," said Brean analyst Jonathan Aschoff. Mr. Aschoff is also concerned with Neurochem's financial position because he expects Neurochem's Alzheimer's drug, Alzhemed, to fail in both North American and European phase III trials. As a result, the analyst does not expect Neurochem to secure a marketing partnership for the drug or generate any sales revenue from it. He also believes Neurochem's Kiacta drug is a dud.

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