Month: March 2009

S&P 500 Bullidex ($SPY)

The facts are on the charts, the trend higher continues. What more can I say?

Quote Corner

Live beyond your means; then you’re forced to work hard, you have to succeed. – Edward G. Robinson (American actor) I’m personally intrigued by this quote because I grew up with the mantra “don’t live beyond your means.” Guess I’ll have to rethink some assumptions.

S&P 500 Bullidex ($SPY)

What is Bullidex? Bullidex is short for ‘Bullish Percent Volatility Index,’ a combination of S&P 500 derivative indexes to measure Reward & Risk. ‘Bullish Percent Volatility Index’? Think of it as a Reward & Risk Index. $BPSPX tracks the percentage of rising, or “bullish,” S&P 500 stocks. The Reward. $VIX is the S&P 500 Volatility…

Extreme Sheep LED Art

The best clip I’ve seen in 2009. [vodpod id=Groupvideo.2228911&w=425&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] more about “Extreme Sheep LED Art“, posted with vodpod

S&P 500 ($SPY) Breadth and Risk

The uptrend has yet to end, but I traded FAZ as the financial sector faltered this afternoon. Though the above chart doesn’t show it, there is a good deal of resistance in the S&P 500, and some horizontal consolidation could be in the works. Investors should remain cautious due to the meager number of rising…

A Twitter Cartoon To Mock Your Existence

Expect an NBC sitcom featuring Twitter friends next fall. [vodpod id=Groupvideo.2226124&w=425&h=350&] more about "A Twitter Cartoon To Mock Your Existence", posted with vodpod

Twitter Ticker ($GS)

Goldman Sachs (GS) is in the spotlight in lieu of American International Group’s (AIG) counter party revelations. GS is mired in resistance, and though it has enjoyed an uptrend since November, its days are numbered. The Bloomberg take on the AIG story can be found here. This is what I took from the article: AIG…

Quote Corner

The first rule is not to lose. The second rule is not to forget the first rule. – Warren Buffet (CEO Berkshire Hathaway, investor & philanthropist, b. 1930) This cryptic advice from the Oracle of Omaha is easier preached than practiced. Works well with “let your winners run and cut your loses.”

Marco… Polo

“An officer went inside and called out, ‘Marco’… Police found the suspect after he responded, ‘Polo’.”

Repost: “Sweet Baby Jesus! Check Out The Fucking…”

“Bitches will be all up on your dick when you walk in a room sporting this ass raping poncho!”