Tag Archives: GAIA

My Real Goods Is Gone

Solar power is becoming so popular that it is helping send coal into a downward financial spiral. An industry that disruptive and successful sounds like a good investment. That’s what I thought. Today, I sold my shares, oops, share, of … Continue reading

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Small Recoveries

Try to remember. Try to remember those days when there was actual enthusiasm when people talked about stocks. The Irrational Exuberance era was appropriately named, but its negative over-reaction hasn’t worn the title it deserves: Irrational Revulsion. For the last … Continue reading

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Really Good Solar

Really, it all should be so much simpler that it is. Small companies should be easier to understand, and they are, but even a small NASDAQ company involves big numbers, intricate deals, and confusing accounting. Real Goods Solar announced earnings … Continue reading

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After Market

Wait for the after market. That’s a busy phrase in my life today, and it isn’t even 9AM as I start typing. Three stocks familiar to my portfolio will announce earnings after the market closes. My blog post about Microvision … Continue reading

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Real World Trade GAIA

Forget the philosophizing for a while. This blog is about how I handle my personal finances. That takes so little of my time that rarely do I have anything definitive to post. I said goodbye to a stock last month. … Continue reading

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Semi Annual Exercise Mid 2011

Welcome to my exercise routine. I finished posting my review of my stocks, as I do every six months. The methodical part of me decided that the end of June and the end of December were the most appropriate times. … Continue reading

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Earnings. Surprise!

The following paragraph is brought to you with faked fear. “Oh no! The economy is crumbling. Financial ruin is upon us all. The American Dream is dead.” Okay, that’s enough of that for a while. Headlines continue to support Stephen … Continue reading

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