Thursday, May 25, 2006


Here's the hype:

The stock that is being hyped will be identified by this newsltter service after the close of trading today (May 25th). But it looks to me like it's Sangamo Biosciences Inc. (SGMO):

Our Technology Focus
Sangamo is focused on the research and commercial development of engineered DNA-binding proteins for the regulation of gene expression and for gene modification. The basis of our proprietary technology is the engineering of a naturally occurring class of transcription factors, zinc finger DNA-binding proteins (ZFPs). When linked to functional domains that normally activate or repress gene expression, we create ZFP transcription factors (ZFP TFs) capable of turning genes on or off. ZFPs can also be linked to nuclease domains to create zinc finger nucleases (ZFNs). Engineered ZFNs can modify genomic DNA at a preselected location facilitating either correction or disruption of a specific gene.

I'm in.


Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Bird Flu, Round 2

I'm watching the PIstons-Heat-Ducks-Oilers so no time for links, but human to human transmission is being reported in Indonesia. As a result, two stocks in our bird flu basket, NVAX and BCRX were up about 15% late today. This could be the beginning of Round 2 in bird flu investing opportunities. The names we like are in the archives, just do a bird flu search of this blog. I bought more NVAX late today as soon as I saw the news on brieifing, paying $4.55/share. It closed in after-hours trading at $5.29. If this is another round of bird flu stock speculation, it is still early and 15% or better runs per day will be the norm. Back to the games.


Portfolio Hack

Portfolio hacked to a bloody, trembling, shadow of its former self? Maybe this will help:

YTD James J. Cramer's Action Alerts Portfolio = -1.07%
YTD S&P 500 Index = +1.07%

We all can't be geniuses.


Friday, May 19, 2006

TIE update

Open: 32.00
High: 35.95
Low: 30.99
Last: 35.95

TIE is at the highs of the day with 90 minutes to go. This is why we trade.


Thursday, May 18, 2006


Harold Simmons is at it again, bought 200,000 shares of TIE today (Thursday). That's $6.8M of stock. I saw Sally's Alert come in after hours and was able to buy some TIE about $31/share. Simmons' average price was $34.24. Don't mind being on the same side of a trade with this guy.


Wednesday, May 17, 2006

NNVC update

Every once in while I run across a post on an Internet forum that intrigues me, and in this case, motivates me to share it here. I would never buy a stock based simply on a post from a stranger on a message board, but I would utilize same to feel better about my hanging tough with NNVC. Direct link here.

By: dr.feelgoode
16 May 2006, 09:38 PM EDT
Msg. 9108 of 9120
Jump to msg. #
The following are only my opinions:

Things to look for in the near future'

1) PR discussing the results of recent studies.
--1A) Full reporting and 10Q statements.
2) Announcement of JV with a big pharma for one of the viricides.
3) Announcement of funding structure up to $100 million with little or no dilution
4) Release of building construction details with possible local and state backing.
5) Forward split to stablize PPS.
6) Rapid switch from Pink Sheets to NASDAQ
7) Announcement of the first 3 product lines (one announcement for each) with estimated date of market.
8) Government grants.
9) Military partnerships to develop viricides against weaponized diseases.
10) $100 per share (based on current share structure).

Hey, these are just my humble opinions.


Tuesday, May 16, 2006


Just came across my desk, Sun Yu Xi, President and Director of CHID purchased $530K worth of common stock at an average price of $0.965 on May 12, 2006. CHID currently trading at $0.80, no make that $0.82......excuse me, now $0.84. I'm in again, at $0.80.


Monday, May 15, 2006

Open Letter from Robert Taylor

I received this email from Robert Taylor over the weekend. He is looking for marketing help. I am no expert here, but maybe one of you is, or know someone who is. In any case, Bob gave me permission to go public with his dilemma, so lets see what surfaces that might help him spread his word. As I have written here, I am impressed with his published market timing forecasts, or I wouldn't be doing this.



I am impressed by the number of individuals who obviously were interested in what you had to say in your blog site about my book and forecasts. These individuals subsequently placed orders to buy Paradigm from my website. Thank you for your efforts.

I am perplexed though. I have spent the last eighteen years in aerospace system identifications research and one other scientific project. The one you already know about, and the other project is in the science of nuclear electron power generation.

The problem is I simply don't comprehend how to use the power of the internet as for a promotional method in selling products. The product I am talking about is my book Paradigm.

I have wanted for years to bring to the public my concepts about the predictability of financial markets, and did so in Paradigm, but the larger concept, and just as interesting as gravitational fluctuations and financial markets, was to apply this logic to other sciences such as geo-physics, medicine, psychology, personal fitness, criminal behavior, weather patterns and many other human behavior fields where I found the same correlation as I found with financial markets.

In my book Paradigm my goal was to publish my discovery "The Taylor Effect" essay in order to fulfill my obligations to be eligible for the Nobel Prize nomination, and in addition bring attention and a logical conclusion which is to use gravitational fluctuations as a model for understanding human behavior.

Simply put, I wanted to open the path for other specialist in many scientific fields to have available the ability to correlate gravitational fluctuations with each scientist's historical data, which should enable these scientists the ability to use my discovery to forecasts future events in their respective fields.

My question is, do you know of anyone who could help me reach massive amounts of individuals over the internet who might be interested in purchasing my book. I had originally thought of selling the forecasts subscriptions for profit, but if I can sell enough books to help offset my 18 year research project, I would just simply give the forecasts away for free from now on. You know one of my goals is to teach as many people as possible how to profit in the market without the need for assistance from large brokerage firms.

Let me know your thoughts. Again, thanks for your kind words and help.

Best regards,


Thursday, May 11, 2006

Free Market Timing Advice

My trading systems don't directly rely on accurately predicting general market direction, but it would be helpful, to say the least. I wrote a piece here on the novel Paradigm, by Robert Taylor. He also runs a web service that updates predictions from his market timing discoveries, here. This service called the rally into last Monday and the subsequent decline since then. Impressive.

The timing service used to be a fee-based service, but now is free to anyone who buys the book Paradigm from the website. Buy a book, get free (and so far impressive) market timing advice.

Maybe worth a shot.


Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Three I-Buys of Note

Three after-hours I-Buys from last night (Tuesday):

- Carl Icahn bought $1.8M, adding to his 10% stake; what does he know?

- Harold Simmons bought $429K, adding to his 10% stake; what does he know?

VPHM - A Director bought $96K and stock is down over 50% in past three months, again, what does he know?


PS: I bought them all on the Open today (Wednesday).


I bought Paul Simon's new CD last night, "Surprise." The final cut is a song called "Father and Daughter." Mine don't read this blog, so this is between you and me. Or not.

Father and Daughter
by Paul Simon

If you leap awake
In the mirror of a bad dream
And for a fraction of a second
You cant remember where you are
Just open your window
And follow your memory upstream
To the meadow in the mountain
Where we counted every falling star

I believe the light that shines on you
Will shine on you forever
And though I cant guarantee
Theres nothing scary hiding under your bed
I’m gonna stand guard
Like a postcard of a Golden Retriever
And never leave till I leave you
With a sweet dream in your head

Im gonna watch you shine
Gonna watch you grow
Gonna paint a sign
So youll always know
As long as one and one is two
There could never be a father
Who loved his daughter more than I love you

Trust your intuition
Its just like going fishing
You cast your line
And hope you get a bite
But you dont need to waste your time
Worrying about the market place
Try to help the human race
Struggling to survive its harshest night

Im gonna watch you shine
Gonna watch you grow
Gonna paint a sign
So youll always know
As long as one and one is two
There could never be a father
Who loved his daughter more than I love you

Im gonna watch you shine
Gonna watch you grow
Gonna paint a sign
So youll always know
As long as one and one is two
There could never be a father
Who loved his daughter more than I love you

Monday, May 08, 2006


About 40 cents, into battery technology for hybrid vehicles. I'm in.


Thursday, May 04, 2006


I bought some CHID this morning, based on a nice write-up from Essentially, they make component parts for mobile device makers in China, have real earnings, are growing at 140% per year and according to Briefing, a forward PE of just over 8.

At about a dollar a share, seems like a decent speculation on both cell phones and China, two hot sectors in this market.


Wednesday, May 03, 2006


Sally just reported a Director I-Buy of $230K. But what she didn't report was a cluster of I-Buys from earlier this year, including the CEO and CFO. Here's a link to the recent Insider transactions in PHRM.

Noteworthy also is the fact that PHRM has no debt and $7.62/share in cash.

Needless to say, I'm in PHRM today, maybe longer.



Monday afternoon it was disclosed that Harold Simmons, CEO of NL Industries, had purchased $325K worth of NL stock, 25K shares at $13.25 avg price. NL closed Monday at $13.26.

Tuesday, NL opened at $13.50 on a small gap-up opening. But what is important is that NL closed Tuesday at $15.00. This was a great I-buy!

It didn't matter how quickly you got the Alert, or even what you paid for NL if you bought it on the Gap-Open on Tuesday. The essence of this trade was Harold Simmons buying a s**tload of stock. Get this message right, and you are in the zone for Insider-Buying profitability.


Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Sally Alerts- Administrative

You may have received a few strange emails from Sally this morning... sorry! We're working to accommodate the very large response we received to the free offer, and will have everything worked out by the end of the week.


Monday, May 01, 2006


This is an important point one of our group has brought to my attention:

I've gotten 3 of these today. Every one is up .35-.50 by the time I receive it.
Always a huge spike in volume right after the insider buy.

Please read the web page section on Faster Email, Faster Trading!

Also, the response to our offer has been overwhelming and has caused some unanticipated delays (in seconds) in getting the Alerts out...we are working to have that fixed ASAP.

And remember, trading immediate pops is not for everyone, there are other ways to profit from insider buying that are much less dependent on the lowest entries.


Monday Morning, 3:00AM

Another sleepless night. Joe and I stayed up late, mostly him since he is on the East Coast, to finish the Sally Insider Buying Alerts distribution. Here's the link to the Sally Insider information page that explains the emails we hope will be going out later today. Thanks Joe, for giving up your weekend to put it all together.

Up again at 3:00am here in Eastern Washington, waiting for another trading day, Imus on the TV across the room and "All The Roadrunning" playing in my head. A stunning, poignant, poetic collection of songs and harmonies by Mark Knopfler and Emmy Lou Harris. "If This is Good-bye," haunts. Haven't been touched my music since I was another person. If this is what it took, it was worth it. Buy it.

Last Thursday I was hiking across the mountain top across the way from my house. Dirt trails up and down steep to flat terrain wrapping through a quiet, beautiful forest. Down a steep decline, trying to get back on the path, I tripped on a loose rock and fell head first down about five feet and face-first across the flat stone and dirt path. Blood dripped from the abrasions on my face and head, my left arm which I tried to throw out to soften my fall was hyper-extended and my off and on chronically bad back is chronically bad again.

No doctors this time, just 1 generic Vicodin every six hours and cleaning the wounds three times a day.

Oh yea, my mouth. Took the brunt of the fall and still is swelled and painful, unable to handle extreme hot or cold or chewing of any consequence.

And my daughters, still so far away and missed with every thought of mine.

So why can't the Red Wings beat the Oilers? Is all this not enough suffering for one fan? And is that really why I am sleepless in Spokane, once again?