Tuesday, January 02, 2007

The Best Performer of 2006 --- NWACQ.PK

Performance review 2

NWACQ is the winner of 2006 absolutely! When I introduced it on 4/19, its closing price was $0.58. On 12/13, its price reached $6.55 that made its BRR to 1029.3%. The result is unbelievable good!

Apparently, at the time I was introducing it, NWACQ was undervalued. This stock reminded me about the similar story of K-mart which was happened not long ago. My estimation was about $4. I did not expect it reach above $6 in a few months. The waited day came, it sky rocketed in just a few days!

It is a good lesson that teaches us to look for undervalue stocks and get in without hesitates. It is a story which is worth to be remembered.

Its closing price is $4.15 on 12/29/2006. I do not suggest buying at current price level because its uncertainty.

The Worst Performer of 2006 --- ACH

Performence review 1

After I suggested on 4/9/06, ACH has gone up a little, but then felled about 40%. Its BRR (Best Return Ratio) is only 0.9% which is the lowest in all my suggested stocks for year 2006.

On the last trading day of 2006, 12/29/2006, its closing price is $23.50. (There was a 4:1 split on 10/11/06)

This stock is undervalued seriously; it is worth to keep and has big potentials. It is good for both short and long terms investors.

I keep its buy (8) suggestion and think it will be better in year 2007.

Saturday, December 30, 2006

We Beat the Market!

Review of 2006

Now, the year 2006 has almost been gone. It is the time to review and summarize my previous posts. I am glad to tell you that, for over 40 stocks that I suggested in my article, my Average Best Return Ratio is 40.5%. In less than a year (my first post is in March), this number is outstanding!

Suppose the starting price of my suggested stock in my article (the closing price of my article date) is Po;
Suppose the highest price of that stock after my post date is Ph;
The Best Return Ratio (BRR) is the percentage of (Ph-Po)/Po.
The Average of BRR (ABRR) is the average of all my stock’s BRR.

Apparently the BRR is the best case scenario. It is a good index to judge our performance, but it is not for a real case measurement.

For real life practice, let’s assume you using tracing stop order and set your tracing stop limit to 7%. In such case, if we have 40.5% ABRR, we would have 33.5% gains so far. If you bought every stock that I suggested at even amount of money, and use tracing stop order, you will have 33.5% returns in less than 10 month!

In my article, I provide some detailed instructions for certain stock sometimes. If you follow my instruction, or if you sell earlier, and buy back at lower level, your total return should be better than 33.5%.

Our return number is definitely beat the market. And I am sure it defeats majority of the funds also (We have no way to know the numbers of the best performer yet).

I will review our best and worst performers later.


Since the opening of my blog, I have received a lot of phone calls and emails. The rank of my blog had reached very high level at Alexa for a long time. Because of my tight schedule and other reasons, I had to stop my posting for a while. I would like keep writing whenever I got chance and discovery.

Thank you very much for all your support!

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Stable Growth and Recent Reverse Split --- CIEND


Ciena Corporation supplies communications networking equipment, software, and services to telecommunications service providers, cable operators, governments, and enterprises.

Its old symbol was CIEN. It had a reverse 1:7 split on 9/25/06.

Its closing price, as of 10/11/06, is $24.80. It is good for short and long-term investors.

My suggestion: Buy (7.5)