Patterns To Short Archives - Timothy Sykes

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Is Today’s Stock Market Overheated?

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but plenty of big names in the industry have been flooding the news networks with dire predictions about the stock market becoming overheated.

Here’s Carl Icahn – a trading icon you really need to know – warning that we’re approaching a crisis similar to what the economy went through in 2008. Continue reading

How To Trade Penny Stocks Longterm

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People often ask me for longer term stock picks…here’s the one stock I would own for years and years if I wanted to own any at all that long (I currently don’t), but several of my trading challenge students have learned Step #7 “The Long Kiss Goodnight” as outlined in my PennyStocking Framework DVD when if you order HERE, you save 50% off, or $500, works wonders longterm. Continue reading

The 100 Best Stocks For 2012 & Why This List Killed A Friendship (But It's The Truth)

My 4 newsletters and these other 5 newsletters here on Profitly are all about giving you trading ideas.

That’s why it’s SO important for you to take advantage of this 60-70% off on annual subscriptions holiday sale ending TOMORROW JANUARY 1ST so you can literally save 60-70% for life and get trading/investment ideas at ridiculously discounted prices FOR LIFE.

Here are some trading ideas for 2012: Continue reading

The 100 Best Stocks For 2012 & Why This List Killed A Friendship (But It’s The Truth)

My 4 newsletters and these other 5 newsletters here on Profitly are all about giving you trading ideas.

That’s why it’s SO important for you to take advantage of this 60-70% off on annual subscriptions holiday sale ending TOMORROW JANUARY 1ST so you can literally save 60-70% for life and get trading/investment ideas at ridiculously discounted prices FOR LIFE.

Here are some trading ideas for 2012: Continue reading

Great Guest Post From a PennyStocking PRO Subscriber: The Forgotten Long-Term Possibilities

I LOVE getting guest posts from subscribers of my 4 newsletters, see 2 previous excellent posts HERE and HERE.

Now before I get to this excellent guest post I must point out a few things: Continue reading

How We’ve Profited Nearly $100,000 On A Stock Whose Phone Number Has Been Disconnected

Last week I gave you these free video lessons on Renren Inc (RENN), on how to be prepared for the important breakdown at $12/share and take 10% short selling gains in 10 minutes or hold a few days and earn 25%, ladies choice.

Well, here we are just five trading days later and the stock is at $7ish, a 42% drop in just a week….we’ve made just under $10,000 on it

That’s cool, but this week there was a FAR better shorting opportunity, one that has now dropped 53% in the few days since I began shorting the stock at $6.90: Continue reading

How We've Profited Nearly $100,000 On A Stock Whose Phone Number Has Been Disconnected

Last week I gave you these free video lessons on Renren Inc (RENN), on how to be prepared for the important breakdown at $12/share and take 10% short selling gains in 10 minutes or hold a few days and earn 25%, ladies choice.

Well, here we are just five trading days later and the stock is at $7ish, a 42% drop in just a week….we’ve made just under $10,000 on it

That’s cool, but this week there was a FAR better shorting opportunity, one that has now dropped 53% in the few days since I began shorting the stock at $6.90: Continue reading

8 Simple Steps To Turn $5,000 Into $25 Million In Less Than 4 Months

We’ll be discussing the BLATANT LEXG pump & dump on LiveStock tonight 6-7PM EST so tune in please

PennyStocking Silver subscribers know I’ve written a ton about the blatant pump & dump Lithium Exploration Group Inc (LEXG): Continue reading

Check In On The 1-Year Anniversary Of This Pump & Dump Featured By TheStreet.com That Ripped Me In An SEC Filing

In April 2010, a blatant penny stock pump & dump called Mesa Energy Holdings, Inc. (MSEH) wrote in an SEC filing:

(just days after TheStreet.com naively featured the CEO of this pump, not realizing it was a pump & dump)

The Company has recently been made aware of certain articles published by Timothy Sykes regarding the Company, its operations, its Board of Directors and its Advisory Board. The Company has no relationship with Timothy Sykes or anyone affiliated with him or his publications, past or present, and Mr. Griffin has not been interviewed by Timothy Sykes, or any other person or entity to prepare such articles.

The Company’s shareholders, together with prospective investors and all persons looking to learn about the Company, its prospects, and its present and proposed operations, should not rely on such persons, publications or articles. In evaluating the Company and its prospects, reliance should be placed on the periodic and other filings that the Company makes with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”).

At the time this was their chart: Continue reading

Check In On The 1-Year Anniversary Of This Pump & Dump Featured By TheStreet.com That Ripped Me In An SEC Filing

In April 2010, a blatant penny stock pump & dump called Mesa Energy Holdings, Inc. (MSEH) wrote in an SEC filing:

(just days after TheStreet.com naively featured the CEO of this pump, not realizing it was a pump & dump)

The Company has recently been made aware of certain articles published by Timothy Sykes regarding the Company, its operations, its Board of Directors and its Advisory Board. The Company has no relationship with Timothy Sykes or anyone affiliated with him or his publications, past or present, and Mr. Griffin has not been interviewed by Timothy Sykes, or any other person or entity to prepare such articles.

The Company’s shareholders, together with prospective investors and all persons looking to learn about the Company, its prospects, and its present and proposed operations, should not rely on such persons, publications or articles. In evaluating the Company and its prospects, reliance should be placed on the periodic and other filings that the Company makes with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”).

At the time this was their chart: Continue reading