Just got back from ten days on the East Coast and I have an air travel observation that ties into our stock picking ideas.
Going through airport security they ask you to put personal items from your pockets and place them in those grey bins. They also now ask everyone to remove their shoes and those too go into the grey bins.
Annoying, but harmless?
The men's restrooms at airports share many things in common. One of the grossest is the pool of urine that seems to build underneath each urinal. So standing there, walking to the sinks, leaving the restroom, a trail of urine contributed by an international cast of characters coheres to the bottoms of everyone's shoes. That stew of soles then makes its way to those grey bins that we are asked to place our cell phones, wallets, loose change and shoes.
By the time the bin is x-rayed and comes off the conveyor belt to our anxiously waiting hands, wedding bells have rung and a co-mingling of molecules has been consummated. Yes, we and our collective excrement are the world, literally, figuratively and now biologically as well.
This Blog has always been enamored with small cap biotechnology. There are several in the archives that sport triple digit gains since first mentioned. I know some have not done well, down 50% or more. But the even at 40 cents, NNVC is up 300% from where it was first mentioned here. It was up 3,650% six months later.
i.e. limited downside, unlimited upside
There are more with NNVC potential (NNVC still being one of them) out there. You will probably read about them here first. Meanwhile, remember the observation about those grey bins and think twice about what you place in them, or more importantly, what you pick up out of them