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We have had a couple of really awful trading days in the market! I am sure you noticed. And I probably shouldn't have bought that BMC stock. Not that BMC is a bad selection but I am going to give myself a new rule. When I get a stock sale on bad news AND a sale on good news on the same day, the bad news wins if I am able to make that decision. That is, I knew I had a sale on bad news....so why should I go ahead and listen to that other signal. TOO risky. O.K. that's money under the bridge. Or as we say in Wisconsin....that money is already out of the barn.
I got a nice mention on 'Silicon Alley Insider'. This is what they wrote:
Covestor's Amateurs Get To Gas On Like ProsCovestor, the NYC/UK-based site that lets amateur stockpickers (like Fred Wilson) show off their real-life portfolios, (Fred is rallying after a slow start), is now letting them spout off at length: The company will highlight its top-performing members via an interview with Wall Street Transcript, a monthly publication that normally interviews pros. The company also plans to distribute the interviews via Investopedia, the stock education site purchased by Forbes Media earlier this year.
You can see the first example of the interviews, with Covestor star Robert Freedland, here (pdf). "BobsAdvice" is trouncing the S&P, so it might well be worth paying attention to him. But boy, is that dense slug of text! We'd like an annotated version, please.