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    Default That's Too Bad

    First, I must tip my hat to Mr. Market for a fine site. I am a financial professional that has been lurking here over well over 2 years. As a registerd rep, I am prohibited from posting to pages like this, so this will be my one and only post. (BTW- I know of at least a dozen brokers from 3 different firms that check this site out).
    I am not about to go down the path with Adman and Stockboy, other than to say that Adman did have some decent ideas.
    I will share with you, how I think he was able to come up with 85 double digit gainers in 2 months: Under covered stocks.
    I looked at all his picks, and only 8 had more than 6 analyst covering them. The majority had thin or no analyst coverage.
    How do you find stocks like these?
    Look at sectors, check out the recent movers, and then do a peer group comparison, and research the stocks that do not haveheavy coverage by the major houses. Funny thing about these guys (Adman/Stockboy), they did what they did, very well, and it was getting notice by some of the street (no kidding!).
    This is too much of a coincidence for me, but within 2-3 days after an unknown stock was posted here by them (tongue in cheek), if there was merit, it would appear on the watch list of an independant broker dealer I know of. Truth.
    I am not here to condone or defend this guy, but, I am here to tell you how (I think) he made such great calls on his stocks to watch.
    I will be signing off now, and not returning, so good luck to everyone, and I must add my disappointment to what happened, as I too, was a fan of the picks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by That's Too Bad
    First, I must tip my hat to Mr. Market for a fine site. I am a financial professional that has been lurking here over well over 2 years. As a registerd rep, I am prohibited from posting to pages like this, so this will be my one and only post. (BTW- I know of at least a dozen brokers from 3 different firms that check this site out).
    I am not about to go down the path with Adman and Stockboy, other than to say that Adman did have some decent ideas.
    I will share with you, how I think he was able to come up with 85 double digit gainers in 2 months: Under covered stocks.
    I looked at all his picks, and only 8 had more than 6 analyst covering them. The majority had thin or no analyst coverage.
    How do you find stocks like these?
    Look at sectors, check out the recent movers, and then do a peer group comparison, and research the stocks that do not haveheavy coverage by the major houses. Funny thing about these guys (Adman/Stockboy), they did what they did, very well, and it was getting notice by some of the street (no kidding!).
    This is too much of a coincidence for me, but within 2-3 days after an unknown stock was posted here by them (tongue in cheek), if there was merit, it would appear on the watch list of an independant broker dealer I know of. Truth.
    I am not here to condone or defend this guy, but, I am here to tell you how (I think) he made such great calls on his stocks to watch.
    I will be signing off now, and not returning, so good luck to everyone, and I must add my disappointment to what happened, as I too, was a fan of the picks.
    What the hell was that post all about???
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    Doug,
    Don't you realize that that post was all about you? Those guys are watching your scans and playing them for profit. Yeah, I am sure that MM's picks are an interest, too, but you are posting 20 picks a day. And they sure aren't interested in my Cans

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    Forgive us, but we get a bit blasť with all these financial bigwigs on our board. Nice idea, though.

    Regards,

    Karel
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    Talking Boooooooyah

    I had a bigwig crawl in my ear once and try to eat my brain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karel
    Forgive us, but we get a bit blasť with all these financial bigwigs on our board. Nice idea, though.

    Regards,

    Karel

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    Quote Originally Posted by That's Too Bad
    First, I must tip my hat to Mr. Market for a fine site. I am a financial professional that has been lurking here over well over 2 years. As a registerd rep, I am prohibited from posting to pages like this, so this will be my one and only post. (BTW- I know of at least a dozen brokers from 3 different firms that check this site out).
    I am not about to go down the path with Adman and Stockboy, other than to say that Adman did have some decent ideas.
    I will share with you, how I think he was able to come up with 85 double digit gainers in 2 months: Under covered stocks.
    I looked at all his picks, and only 8 had more than 6 analyst covering them. The majority had thin or no analyst coverage.
    How do you find stocks like these?
    Look at sectors, check out the recent movers, and then do a peer group comparison, and research the stocks that do not haveheavy coverage by the major houses. Funny thing about these guys (Adman/Stockboy), they did what they did, very well, and it was getting notice by some of the street (no kidding!).
    This is too much of a coincidence for me, but within 2-3 days after an unknown stock was posted here by them (tongue in cheek), if there was merit, it would appear on the watch list of an independant broker dealer I know of. Truth.
    I am not here to condone or defend this guy, but, I am here to tell you how (I think) he made such great calls on his stocks to watch.
    I will be signing off now, and not returning, so good luck to everyone, and I must add my disappointment to what happened, as I too, was a fan of the picks.
    It was my post that started all the hoopla initially. I still stand by giving alittle more in the way of analysis with anything that anyone throws out there. But to each his own. On the other hand after the fact I PM'ed the
    Adman kind of apologizing for making something out of nothing an asking him in an honest straightforward way to reconsider and stay on the forum. He never responded to that private message. That was before he was found out to be a complete asshole an I could get alot worse in expressing my feelings about the guy. Personally I would like to meet him in person sometime to express my real feelings. He's not worth the consideration or the time to even think about him now that he is gone. Good ridance to a complete asshole an a condesending fool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiracer
    It was my post that started all the hoopla initially. I still stand by giving alittle more in the way of analysis with anything that anyone throws out there. But to each his own. On the other hand after the fact I PM'ed the
    Adman kind of apologizing for making something out of nothing an asking him in an honest straightforward way to reconsider and stay on the forum. He never responded to that private message. That was before he was found out to be a complete asshole an I could get alot worse in expressing my feelings about the guy. Personally I would like to meet him in person sometime to express my real feelings. He's not worth the consideration or the time to even think about him now that he is gone. Good ridance to a complete asshole an a condesending fool.
    Maybe we are jumping to conclusions here...OK, Karel discovers that Adman and Stock Boy are using the same ISP. Maybe they work for the same company and Maybe they share the Company's ISP and Maybe they work 20 floors apart and Maybe they don't even know each other and Maybe it is all just a bizzare coincidence???

    Maybe???
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    Quote Originally Posted by IIC
    Maybe we are jumping to conclusions here...OK, Karel discovers that Adman and Stock Boy are using the same ISP. Maybe they work for the same company and Maybe they share the Company's ISP and Maybe they work 20 floors apart and Maybe they don't even know each other and Maybe it is all just a bizzare coincidence???

    Maybe???
    That's giving him way to much leeway and wiggle room. I thought the guy had a number of pretty decent picks but nothing anymore outstanding than any number of stocks that get mentioned here every week an that produce great gains. I wasn't that impressed especially with the analysis. "That's to Bad" just might be another one of his buddies or one in the same coming in from a different address. Just another coincidence without a name all of a sudden.
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    Thumbs up VTP Hatchet Man....

    Quote Originally Posted by skiracer
    It was my post that started all the hoopla initially. I still stand by giving alittle more in the way of analysis with anything that anyone throws out there. But to each his own. On the other hand after the fact I PM'ed the
    Adman kind of apologizing for making something out of nothing an asking him in an honest straightforward way to reconsider and stay on the forum. He never responded to that private message. That was before he was found out to be a complete asshole an I could get alot worse in expressing my feelings about the guy. Personally I would like to meet him in person sometime to express my real feelings. He's not worth the consideration or the time to even think about him now that he is gone. Good ridance to a complete asshole an a condesending fool.
    Adman just called me and wants Websman's phone number.... Seems he desires to be in the "inner-circle" of The VTP now..... So Ed, I just gave him your number instead. This is your first assignment as the official VTP inner-circle Hatchet Man.... "Handle" Adman for us please. Use your own discression as to what "handle Adman" means.... OH!.... and if you happen to see "The Stock Boy" tell him Webs asked about him.
    BEEF!... it's whats for dinner!

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