Monday, February 14
Blogging from Bangladesh
Weblogs, Inc. is apparently taking in around $600 a day in AdSense revenue. That sounds like a lot until you realize that they have 75 blogs running, meaning their average blog is taking in a whopping $8 a day in AdSense revenue. Who can live on $8 a day besides the bloggers from Bangladesh?
Posted on February 14, 2005 at 20:35, GMT
Stocks to Watch -- Monday, February 14
Use the Unusual Suspects and Notable New Highs & Lows lists to make up your rolling Watch List; that's what I do.
Posted on February 14, 2005 at 14:15, GMT
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Posted on February 14, 2005 at 7:55, GMT
Failed Breakout Scan
In the weekend Donors-Only chat we talked about some recent failed breakouts (namely ASFI and SYNA), and it made me think about creating a new scan to look for stocks that have made a new 20-day high only to reverse the next day.
The thinking is that folks who got long on the move to a new high are now trapped, so the stock will continue to be weak as the rats flee the sinking ship. It's just a thought, I haven't done any backtesting. The scan picked up Pixar (PIXR) this morning; keep a lazy eye on it.
PIXR, Daily Chart
Posted on February 14, 2005 at 7:45, GMT
FT and The Economist Now Have RSS Feeds
Both of these publications are subscribers-only, but you can look at the headlines for free.
-- via Infectious Greed --
Posted on February 14, 2005 at 7:25, GMT
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