Wednesday, January 06, 2010

NNVC - Monthly breakout

Here is a Monthly chart of NNVC, showing an approaching key breakout level at $1.06:


NNVC Monthly

A break above $1.06 could begin a significant advance on this very long term chart.  Already up almost 10% since this Alert, NNVC is shaping up to live up to its 2010 Stock of the Year laurels.  Heavy volume and new analyst coverage, along with laboratory progress are converging to create a fundamental buzz to compliment underlying technical analysis and chart set-ups.  A perfect storm is developing, which is what it will take to propel NNVC to my expected target of $100/share within the next four years.


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12 comments:

Tazman said...

Allan...you are f@cking AMAZING....I went a tad early on TZA.....first day...SPOT on my man....

Taz

Tazman said...

Allan...God knows you are busy...If the pivot is hit hourly...but then backs off....no issue?....Stay with the daily target?

Taz

Allan said...

Taz: Yes.

Anonymous said...

TZA

Today was quite funny going into the close.

Its like every market participant is taking notice of Allan's pivots and gaming it.....lol

ooooh scary

Just kidding of course

Anonymous said...

Good stuff on NNVC Allan, TY

Tazman said...

Nice call today Allan....

Anonymous said...

allan

been watching nnvc and waiting for pullback

should i wait for one now or just get asap

thanx

Allan said...

re: pullback in nnvc

I don't believe in pullbacks and certainly not in any stock that you don't already have a core position in....any stock with the potential that this one has. An announcement can come any day that pops the stock 100% or more....and maybe what are seeing this week is the leaking of such an announcement....or not. I don't trade this one, I just own it.....so should you.


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Anonymous said...

Alan,

I've been reading your blog for close to 6 months now but, as a an inexperienced "buy and hold" investor, I just don't understand all of the technical stuff. I'd like to pay for a subscription and follow your trading model but I'm currently not skilled enough to do it.

Any advice on how to 'edumacate' my ignorant arse.

Thanks,

Steve in L.A.

P.S - I'm not totally thick. I've got a B.A. in Economics from a UC and I own about 20k in NNVC....so...I've got that going for me...

http://www.spike.com/video/bill-murray-dalai/2400500

Allan said...

Steve: The Daily and/or Weekly Models are about as good as I have seen in market timing. If you look at them as red and green lights and adjust your exposure to the market accordingly, you should benefit.

Allan said...

Steve, One more thing: If the only thing you ever got from this blog was the ownership of 20K shares of NNVC, you will have garnered the best of what I have to offer. So give yourself some credit for recognizing an opportunity when you see one and then acting upon it.

Those that are subscribing to the Trend Models are doing likewise in the arena of market timing. When you are ready, you will be welcome to join us.

Nonetheless, consider joining now anyway, even if you just watch and learn for a month or two. I am beginning to include other trade ideas when I spot them, i.e. SHORT GOOG form Daily Model on yesterday's close. You never know when something will arise that has profits written all over it. I'll be sending those ideas to my subscription list first, so there may be some advantage in joining even if you are not ready to trade the core models.

NNVC is at 1.05......

Anonymous said...

Thanks Alan,

I'll consider signing up anyway although I really do need to find a way to learn how you guys do what you do. Some sort of real world tutorial that can teach me not just what software to use, but how to use it, proper terms, overview of the market etc.

1.10 now - Wow NNVC is moving. FYI, I may be responsible for this move. You see, I sold off 5000 shares on Dec 31 in order to even out my profits and losses. Ever since then I've been trying to add the shares back but I keep just missing having my orders filled by a penny or two. Yesterday I had orders to buy at .83 and .85 and even though it dipped down below there, my orders never got initiated.

So, the only thing that can stop this NNVC train is me buying more. I'll try to resist the temptation...

Steve in L.A.