Reprint from 3-14-2010;;; Speaks for Itself, Stands True Today
Some people are blessed or cursed with attributes, knowledge, skills, certain habits, too much time on their hands, or extra financial assets. Family members, good friends, soothsayers, or professionals offering a second opinion for a fee can help you figure out what in particular you have going for yourself or what in the heck may be wrong with you.
One thing I learned from my Daddy was how to use some of our God-given talent(s), some education and hard study, and a measure of luck in how to make a living “playing” the stock market.
I guess I have been lucky to have more than a dozen mentors over the last fifty or so years that included two grandfathers, one father (Saint Bud D.), two step-fathers (St. Bill and St. Jim), one blood-brother-in-law (Saint Bud S.), one godfather (Uncle Les), a host of family friends, and other men and women who I have worked for or beside since I got out of college back in ’78.
I do not recall who exactly I heard this from first: “Buy Low, Sell High” but let’s just give credit to my Dad Bud Dailey. In the spirit of giving, allow me to offer you some free advice (with the caveat that you may be getting what you pay for).
AAPL @ $226.60 / share — NOW AT $333.00
F @ $13.35 / share — NOW AT $18.23
HPQ @ $55.36 / share — NOW HAS DROPPED TO $43
AMG @ $78.04 / share — NOW AT $99.34
and maybe sell your stocks in GOOG, AMZN, e-bay, and other overvalued securities and market futures, too…
With all that money, reinvest in preferred stocks in many of the following companies: AMD, YHOO, COP, ALEX, CPB, CLX, LLY, ALG, DIS, DLM, DNDN, ELN, MO, PM, HTZ, BEAV, MGM, AJG, GRA, LOW, MU, SSRX, HOLX, HITX, CBST, BMRN, AET, and JMJ.
My partner Teddy & I are watching at least 46 stocks in the biotech-medical device-pharmaceutical-healthcare field. If you’d like future data on any of those, please send us an e-mail (DADAILEY@YAHOO.COM) or S.A.S.E.
Good luck, thank The Lord, and enjoy the games!
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