Thursday, September 20, 2007

NNVC

In case you haven't been watching, NNVC bottomed at $0.45 around Labor day and is at $0.80 today, September 20th. Volume has been well above average. They will be presenting at a conference next week. Who wants to bet someone knows something?

A

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Forget NNVC! Check out NNLX!!

http://money.cnn.com/news/newsfeeds/articles/prnewswire/NEM03317092007-1.htm

Anonymous said...

hello Allan, i love reading your blog its very informative, since i am a new trader i would like to ask, since NNVC is presenting a conferenc next week, are we to assume something big happening with the price of this stock? thank you Allan for all of your time and i look forward to your postings, Will.

Allan said...

Will,

NNVC has just about doubled on volume way, way above average over the past few weeks. I think you can draw your own conclusions about this action, conclusions that should bode well for the price of the stock and the prospects of the company. It's not a lock though, as for every share bought, there is a share sold, or sold short.

On the other hand, show me a lock and I'll Blog it.

A

Anonymous said...

Allan,

Off subject, but are you still working with Xyber9? Do you still like it?

Thanks,
Rian

Anonymous said...

I would also like to know how the Xyber9 is going for you.

Terry

Allan said...

Re: Xyber 9 (aka Gravitas)

Xyber9 was LONG into and out of the 50 pt reduction in interest rates and significant ensuing market rally. Before that, 2 or 3 misses. We'll try to get the spreadsheet updated for entire track record. Meanwhile, historicals are readily available on Taylor's web site for anyone who prefers to do their own computations and not be at the mercy of my whims and publishing schedule.

A

Kevin Schmit said...

Thanks for the Xber9 update. I'm looking forward to the updated spreadsheet. The hitoricals on Taylor's site are hard to match with your spreadsheet, how are you mapping his ambiguous weekly directional calls into hard and fast trade rules?

I take it Xber9 is somewhat below the 75% hit rate as of now, even after the recent winning long trade? And it took a lot of
heat intraday (even if it doesn't show up on the closed trade stats) on 8/16, just after you stopped updating the spradsheet.

Do you think the fed was gravitationally induced to do 50 bp instead of 25?

Anonymous said...

nnbp is starting to run today.
Thanks Kevin

Anonymous said...

Hi Allan,

Any idea when NNVC is scheduled to present at the conference this week?