Here are some of my stock picks
SIRI=sirius has the potential of going big. I usually check with about five different sites before I decide like “seeking alpha” “Barrons” and Reuters. So I stocked up on Sirius because it is under 2.00 I think. It’s my radio stock. But I went with Al Gore and his Centinel back when and then the dude got sued for 75 M I think and of course the stock went to zero.
No matter because Al Gore is now super rich because he invested and is on the board with some of the richest Jewish and non Jewish geeks in the tech biz i.e., Facebook, Google and Apple. However his own company which was some kind of radio plus there was the TV station but the stock was for the radio station .
Something about Fridays: that is actually a good day to buy stocks because the prices drop on that day as sellers are getting money for the weekend or something. I am not taking my own advice on this as I should but this Friday the gains on the Dow and Nasdaq did hold so that’s a good sign.
I could have gotten all the stocks I have now if I had bought when the Dow did that big drop a short while back. Here’s one way the 99% can strike back–with stocks!
GE = General Electric
BAC – Bank of America
F = Ford
AUQ= a gold mining company out of Mexico that sounds promising
a new stock relatively SIRI see above note
I got burned on the Microsoft and Yahoo last time. I did not buy Micro because it seems stuck in the 20-dollar range forever lately. I lost on Micro last time. Lost on Yahoo but got a few stocks cheaper. BAC was just too cheap to resist. I think I paid like 5.02 per share at the last batch but more like six something on the first go round. But obviously the short or long sellers took their cut but the BAC is back on the rise.
U.S. stocks closed near flat Friday as investors considered a drop in America’s jobless rate and the ongoing European debt crisis. Friday’s mixed trade came after this week’s bullish winning streak. The Dow had its biggest weekly point jump in three years.
After a sharp jump, stocks came off their highs as investors assessed the jobs report. This morning, the Labor Department said the U.S. gained 120,000 jobs in November and the unemployment rate fell to 8.6% from 9.0%. The government also revised jobs data for October and September to show that 72,000 additional jobs were created over the two months. Private-sector hiring in November reached 140,000, the agency calculated. http://seekingalpha.com/article/311578-dow-posts-biggest-weekly-gain-in-3-years
Posted on December 2, 2011, in Government Trough, Money Trough and tagged al gore, Apple, Bank of America, DreamWorks, facebook, heloise, my stock picks, the 99%, zynga. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.