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Posted on 01-03-07 12:04 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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what's up gorkhali investors? chinese stocks are absolutely on fire today!! i knew 2007 was going be a special year for chinese stocks but didn't expect first day of 07 market to be so bullish towards it. do your research....read about chinese companies...find an under valued stocks and join the party!! we've got a great year ahead of us. happy hunting!
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Posted on 01-05-07 2:05 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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that is right "Gorkhali after all!!" Well, for this thread, hukka_nepali clearly sets its heading as Stock Market 07. So we can stick with stocks in this one. haami
Posted on 01-05-07 2:09 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hey Hukka Nepali ji ani Eminietrader ji... you guys rock man... keep it up.. Hammi ji lai mero namaskar cha hai...
Posted on 01-05-07 2:50 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hey you all, what do ya think about these two for long-term stock holdings... Like Warren did with coke and washingtonpost. Honda HMC Southwest LUV hazur haru ko opinion paoun na hai? -B
Posted on 01-05-07 2:53 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hello Bricologe, thanks for the kind words. like i've said before, i don't consider myself to be stock savvy nor do i come from a financial background. but i wasn't going to let those keep me aside from the market any longer. and neither should any of you (and i mean everyone one of us). it is not a rocket science so once you get over the initial intimidation, it's actually gonna be fun. what you do need when you jump into the market is common sense (which i know us nepalis are tremedously gifted with) & reliable group of advisors (that's where this forum and we come into play). i was blessed with great advisors / friends which made things so much easier for me...wish they had came earlier. and man i feel for you going through 2000 bust! glad i was still in high school back then LOL i think most retail / casual investors got sucked into the 2000 bubble bust by big dogs. but glad to hear you're thinking of making a come back. i think the market is some what stable now (if there is such a thing). unlike late 90s things aren't looking too good to be true so i take that as a good sign. i like the idea of separating discussions for stocks, trading, forex, and may be we can even have one for mutual funds. here's my analogy: stock discussions will be like teaching new born how to craw and eventually be able to stand. forex is like being able to stand and then walk slowly, and then comes trading which is like being able to run (for this you need to first be able to stand and walk) and then last but not the least...you've ran a lot and gotten old in the process, so you need to look at mutual funds to provide you with regular and reliable nursing home services LOL i'm sure redstone bro will be more than happy to run the forex disucssion....and perhaps captain bro running the mutual fund show?
Posted on 01-05-07 2:55 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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haami, yes i think there are more sleepless night ahead of us LOL i was really hoping to cash out most of my holdings this month but things have turned south really soon. ah well this is getting old...guess a few more sleepless night aint gonna kill ya :-)
Posted on 01-05-07 3:11 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Bricolage, love the honda pick for really long term investment. beleive they have more room for growth than toyota, which is going "all in" this year. not too sure about southwest airline. but did you know LUV has the best ROI than any other US stocks in the past 30 years. i think the number was something like if you had invested 10K in the 70s it would be worth over $ 200+ millions today. but i think the better days for airline industry are behind them. i'm also heavily invested in the aerospace sector but looking to get out very soon. the whole industry looks really shady so not sure how things are gonna be 5 yrs from now. not necessarily airline but i've been watching for companies that support NASA during space exploration. because of this war of terror, oh i mean war on terror LOL lot of money being poured into defense budget but if this settles down (will it is another question for another time), we might see that money going into NASA's space program again and we've already seen little glimpse of it already earlier last year when they announce they are going back to moon. so i'm keeping a close eye in this sector.
Posted on 01-05-07 3:12 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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bricolage, HMC is a good one -- has been performing consistently. Honda vehicles are the only ones in race with Toyota. TM price is way far ahead of HMC. HMC should pick up, if not move up gradually as it has been doing. Also, watch out for TTM (TATA motors). Airline stocks -- I wouldn't risk it. Too many competitors and very sensitive to what happened after 9/11. haami
Posted on 01-05-07 3:30 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Haami and Hukka ji... great to see your thots on HMC and LUV.... I agree with Hukka ji on getting on with the industry first and then with the top players or newbies within the industry with potential, depending on whether you want to play your cards rough or easy. aa HMC is good bet since I own one of its products... also these guys are getting into Aeroplanes soon.... they already have orders confirmed I read... besides, it has room to grow like Hukka ji said... TM is sky high right now... the closest competetior I see.. LUV is airlines stock.... and it is somewhat volatile given the post 9/11 stuff.... I still think, it is a good one to hold for national stock... employee are its asset ... but I also agree that going NASA or going space industry is one good thot.. -B ps thanks to you both for encouragement....
Posted on 01-15-07 1:32 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hello folks! some of you were wondering if there is a site that lists chinese stocks. i bumped into this link that lists most trading in the US market. doesn't have much info for research but should be enough to get you started if you find anything interesting: http://www.allchinastocks.com/ good day
Posted on 01-15-07 2:50 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Cramer's picks for 2007: Last yr. Jim Cramer selected ATI as the stock for the year 2006. It went up 150% This year he chose 6 stocks. 3 value plays and 3 growth plays. Cramers Growth Plays 2007 - 1 NYX Cramers Growth Plays 2007 - 2 CSCO Cramers Growth Plays 2007 - 3 AAPL Cramer Value Stocks 2007 - 1 MO Cramer Value Stocks 2007 - 2 GS Cramer Value Stocks 2007 - 3 HAL Links: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Top Three Growth Plays for '07 http://www.thestreet.com/funds/madmoneywrap/10330777.html Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Top Three Value Stocks for '07 http://www.thestreet.com/funds/madmoneywrap/10330503.html Any pointers on the above 6 picks ? Good luck investing.
Posted on 01-17-07 11:21 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hey investment gurus... i am a newbie in this.. where should i start... which is the best place to open an account... scottrade, ameritrade, etrade, fedility, ...? any other ones??
Posted on 01-17-07 1:12 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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hi mukundo, if you are a true newbie you should start by reading Benjamin Graham's book "The Intelligent Investor". and we'll go from there...
Posted on 02-20-07 10:16 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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I'm backkkkkk!!!! It's good to see you guys talking about stocks. Goodluck with your holdings(y)
Posted on 02-20-07 10:20 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Any new picks? Any undervalued stocks?
Posted on 02-21-07 11:56 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Yo u_dayyyy waddd up dude? long time no see. where did you disappear? well its good to see you back as well. how are your stocks doing? hope you are still holdin onto TIE...i still got all mine. and looks like we are finally on track to cross last summer's record highs. stocks in general seems to all have peaked after the summer correction but inflation, oil prices, war of (i mean on) terror, still seem to be keeping $$$ away from the market. most are still predicting china to have robust growth in 07 but then lately you've had few pessimists predicting a market crash for 07 in chaina. i guess nothing out of the ordinary to have these two opposing views in a growing market like china. on a sad note, NFI has lost over 78% of its market cap in less than 6months as the housing and sub prime industry is having major issues. everyone should keep them in your radar for 08 because if they can survive 07, they should provide an opportunity down the road. so uday, what are your own current holdings?
Posted on 02-21-07 12:51 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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I see endless knot here is a fan of Jim Cramer. I have been reading his book and I must say I like what he says. I guess like is the wrong word, as it is very subjective and subject to interpretation. I think what he says is true. Anybody here read Jim Cramer's books and watch his show "Mad Money" in CNBC regularly? If so, what do you think of his prognostications?
Posted on 02-21-07 1:40 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Riten, my opinion of cramer is that he is more of an entertainer than an investment advisor. his simple choice of financial lingo makes him real appealing to the general mass. at best his recommendation are good for short term play. so take him for what's its worth! boooo yaaaaa LOL
Posted on 02-21-07 3:20 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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hey there BACK-AGAIN guys, I juss hold MRVC for the time being. Wanna buy some more tech stocks for long-term ie at least a year or so. Any tech holdings in your portfolio? Plese let me know. Cheers! -B
Posted on 02-22-07 11:44 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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So I am almost done reading Jim Cramer's book. Not sure how true this is, but I do feel I now have some grasp of investing fundamentals. Now what? I still feel I need to learn more. I need to augment my basic knowledge to a higher level, if that is possible. Yeah, some will say, "well boy'o you've gotta get your hands dirty. Learn from doing." But since it's my hard earned minuscule amount of money that I'm talking about, I'd rather arm myself up to my teeth with knowledge before I put my bet in. Can anyone here recommended a more advanced book, preferably written recently, on investing?
Posted on 02-23-07 10:58 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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In my quest for more knowledge on investing, I just got a book called Rule #1 by Phil Town. Has anybody read this book? I enjoyed Real Money by Jim Cramer and now would like to learn more.

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