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May 06, 2012, 10:41:01 PM
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I need someone that can pick stocks. Need 1 per day. You have to be able to analyze, etc. Better if you can provide a paper trading report.
Not sure if I want, penny, mid cap or high cap. You tell me what you are experienced with. I will pay in BTC.

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May 06, 2012, 10:53:42 PM
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I have an excellent resource for picking IPO's.

All of the latest and major releases pass through my company's twitter feed.

I am also experienced with chart viewing and graphs in regards to stock and bond performance.

If you explain to me what sorts of investments you are looking for (sector, risk, etc...) then I can make better choices as to the futures of your securities.

My personal investment strategy is very similar to that of Warren Buffet and therefore I specialize in long term, low risk securities as well as hot higher risk ones.

I have read the entire intelligent investor and am capable of planning large scale stock portfolios in regards to structure and security type:

75-25 stock-bond ratio for low risk environments
25-15 stock-bond ratio for high risk environments


For BTC I can definitely help you find some good picks as well as give some decent portfolio advice.

Advice I use for my own financial planning as well Smiley
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May 06, 2012, 10:55:27 PM
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I will need easily traded stocks for newbie traders that close within 7 days.

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May 06, 2012, 11:27:07 PM
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Okay so you are looking for high quality well known stocks that are expected to increase in price before closing up to 7 days from now?


If so I can definitely take care of it.
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May 06, 2012, 11:39:41 PM
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Be aware: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=79614.msg884620#msg884620

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May 06, 2012, 11:56:35 PM
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Thanks

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May 07, 2012, 04:35:23 AM
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Okay so you are looking for high quality well known stocks that are expected to increase in price before closing up to 7 days from now?


If so I can definitely take care of it.

What, with your incredible business skills as evidenced in your thread valuing your nonexistant company at half a million dollars?

bitpop, there is no substitute for doing your own research. I make a fair amount from investing, certainly more than I've ever made with money in any fund (a $20bn fund can't move like a little $20k portfolio can Tongue ) but I'd never suggest someone individual stocks which they're then going to purchase solely on my advice. If you pick up a large position and I'm wrong, you lose substantial cash, and since I'll probably have the same position, I don't want what's already a crap day being compounded by having ruined someone else's.

Also, there are surprisingly few good long positions about at the moment, the last really major one I got into was early december last year: GKP.L - small oil company with drilling rights to the largest untapped oil field on land anywhere on earth. Was expecting Exxon/Chevron/BP to make a buyout, bought at 166.85, sold at 310.02. A good month  Wink
I've also been short AAPL since ~635, which resulted in a minor heart attack when their Q1 earnings report came out and the stock jumped >6% in post-market Tongue

If you want a "pick" for today I'm afraid you're out of luck, it's 5:21am UK right now and when the markets open in a few hours it's going to be chaotic.
Europe is now beyond fucked (well, it always was, but now people are forced to take notice Tongue ).
Greece is making baby-steps back towards democracy. Trouble is that the Greek electorate won't stand for paying for German/French banks and as a result no democratically elected government will keep greece out of default. This will bring down Portugal as well, and the dominos, one by one, fall.
France now has a president that will refuse to make the spending cuts required for the government there to live within its means. French banks have exposure of ~700bn euros in spain, italy, portugal, ireland and greece, which is under threat as a result of the aforementioned impending greek crisis.

The issue is really how governments will respond. What I'd expect is:
Short term: Market down, some sectors way down.
Medium term: Market up artificially as central banks attempt to hold governments/failing banks back from the brink. Currencies effectively devalued dramatically.
Long term: Who knows? Japan could implode any year now and knock another $5Tn hole in the global financial system. There's a lot of debt/derivatives out there that are on a very risky footing.
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May 07, 2012, 08:57:41 PM
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hmm

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