Wednesday, June 27, 2007


NNVC begins trading on OTC Bulletin Board tomorrow, June 28th.

Good time to start paying attention to price and volume again. We are looking for higher prices on higher volume and for NNVC shares to finally be rid of pink sheet manipulations of bid and ask.


Sunday, June 24, 2007

Gilder Speaks

The follow quote is from George Gilder, who posted it on his Gilder Technology Forum in a thread that was critical of The Secret, a popular self-help concept that empowers the individual through visualization techniques. Since Gilder has ceased publishing his newsletter, this is one way for us to remember the best of what he brings to our collective table:

"These mathematics and statistics refer to a zero sum world, where the successes of some come at the expense of the rest and at the cost of the planet. It is the prevailing socialist illusion and environmentalist dirge. But under capitalism, wealth is not captured but created. The good fortune of others is also your own. The success of the poor is your greatest hope. And the attitudes of people--their optimism and enterprise--determines the incidence of opportunity around the globe.

"I have not read or seen "the secret." But action and entrepreneurial verve, born of faith, bear their own magic. To a connoisseur of Bell Curves, the world will seem a "random walk", with a predictable range of outcomes, yielding a few born "geniuses," a few lucky Trumps, and a mean mass of envious mediocrity seething in the middle and the media focusing on the persistence of poverty and the rise of inequality, poring over Gini coefficients and "distributions" and keening over climate change. Only a believer in the possibility of creation will see infinite opportunity in grains of sand and spin them into worldwide webs of glass and light and gold.

"The growth of the American economy, with just five percent of the people of the globe, into a colossus with 30 percent of global GDP and fifty percent of market capitalization, while China and India, Japan and Korea, lead a simultaneous surge of billions of Asians into prosperity, with a global total of more than a hundred trillion dollars of new wealth creation in two decades, is incomprehensible to the zero sum mind.

"Nassim Taleb (The Black Swan) may err in his treatment of randomness, but he is right in presenting his own version of "the secret": pursue always the miracles of upside wealth from invention and innovation, which dwarf all the Bell curves of "distributed" income and wealth.

"Wealth is not distributed. It is not seized. It is not won in a lottery or a casino. It is created in a universe of ideas with infinite horizons."


Saturday, June 23, 2007

A Mighty Heart

Everyone should see this movie. Not just for a career performance by Angelina Jolie. But for the message it sends out about what evil there is in the world and how it effects us on an individual level. It will weigh heavy on all who see it, a point that becomes ever increasingly clear and powerful as the movie drifts along it's path to the anti-climatic end we already know. Highly recommended.


Friday, June 22, 2007


Sell June 19th.......S&P 1531
June 22nd....S&P 1504

Source: Taylor Trends


Thursday, June 21, 2007


Those of you getting Sally Alerts already know this, but it is worth repeating that the CFO of Golden Star Resources purchased 50K shares, $184K worth of GSS, at $3.69 per share on June 20th.

Gold sector, low-priced stock, CFO, all add up to following his lead. GSS is down from a high of $4.95 in April. Currently $3.68 X $3.69.


Monday, June 18, 2007


Old friend PTSC up 30% today (Monday) on this NEWS item. Watch price and volume going forward.


Thursday, June 14, 2007


SELL (open June 6th) SPX 1530
BUY (open June 12th) SPX 1509
CURRENT (June 14th) SPX 1522

Source: Taylor Trends


Monday, June 11, 2007


Neurochem is releasing data on their Alzheimer trials any time now, watch it. MDVN on similar news is up 25% today.


Sunday, June 10, 2007


I found this link over on David Gordon's blog and it touched me enough to come out of hiding and blog again. It's called "Droplets," a song by Colbie Caillet & Jason Reeves. Just click to listen.


I'm leaving you
I'm not sure if that's what I should do
It hurts so bad
I'm wanting you but cant go back
Trying to find, to find
That all elusive piece of mind
Stuck here somehow
Shrouded beneath my fear
And now I don't need it

Cuz I'm walkin down this road alone and figured all I'm thinking bout is you, is you my love
And my head is in a cloud of rain and the world it seems so far away and i'm just waiting for
The droplets, droplets

You left a mark
I wear it proudly on my chest
Above my heart Above my heart
To Remind me that I feel the best
When I'm with you When I'm with you
To me everything is effortless
You know its true
My eyes are painted with regret and I don't need it

Cuz I'm walkin down this road alone and figured all I'm thinking bout is you, is you my love
And my head is in a cloud of rain and the world it seems so far away and I'm just waiting to fall and sink into your tears

You are like the raindrops, the raindrops falling down on me
You left a mark (you left a mark)
She left a mark (he left)
She left (he left)
And I don't (I dont)
Need it. (Need it)

Friday, June 01, 2007


Just popping back in briefly to point out very interesting price and volume patterns with old favorite, NNVC. These sort of patterns have led to good trading rallies in the past. Egghead idiots who question the science are not traders, they are arrogant, dangerous, articulate incompetents. The only thing that counts is profits, being right or wrong on the underlying science has no place in a trader's arsenal.