HAR, HAR, HAR: I AM RONG SORAR!

With the proceeds from IFON, I bought a stock at the same exact price, rather poetically.

I am long SOL in size and will add on any dips.

JUST ONE MORE HIT

I couldn’t help myself, man. I needed to take just one more hit. I swear, this time it’s for real. Just one more hit and then I’m gone.

I bought ARWR

I HAVE $GAS

With some of my cash, I added to my boring utility holdings, buying GAS here.

When I release said GAS from my possession, I intend to make waves with it.

GOING FULL ‘HUGH HENDRY’ INTO SEPTEMBER

I sold out of CBST, CLDX, SODA, some YELP, and PIR, some for gains, others for losses. Nevertheless, I raised over 30% cash and allocated half of it to TLT. I am now very much overweight TLT and holding ample cash to buy any dip. Essentially, I am resetting here.

Trading positions that remain are ECOM, XONE, LITB and IFON (not really a trade).

 

JUST ONE MORE BITE

Please, for the love of God, one more bite…man.

 

I added to my XONE position.

Fly Buy: $CLDX

The ever living Fly calls upon the ancient spirits to transform CLDX into an evil biotech winner.

IN FOR A PENNY, IN FOR A POUND

I sold out of EXAS–because it was a trade. When +10% inside of 3 days, one needs to act upon his instincts and take the money. But I am far from over here. I want to clarify something that might’ve confused you in a prior post. Since placing a large portion of my liquid net worth into the market, about a month ago, I’ve been talking two books: one that is managed and another that is mine. Inside of my personal account, TLT is my largest holding, followed by GILD.

In my managed accounts, my largest holding is CBST, followed by a stock that I am about to reveal to you right now.

With the proceeds from EXAS, I swung around and did two things.

1. I added to my ECOM position.

2. I started a position in XONE.

But I didn’t stop there, young lads. I took all available cash and idly tossed it into XONE–because I want my gains to be in 3-D too. It’s not good enough that I make money in boring stuff, like TLT and SLCA. My predatory nature demands that I extricate large sums of dollars from the purses of the laconic sub-mentals, in hog-butcher fashion.

LONG NERDS

With the $ZU proceeds, I bought a dog, newly minted IPO loser: ECOM

LONG $SODA

There is nothing better than a large bottle of carbonated sugar popping off into your face, first thing in the morning. It’s invigorating.

When I was a young lad, growing up in Brooklyn, I’d drink soda all day long. I even poured it into my cereal. My grandfather and I “invented” a drink that called for 1/2 milk, 1/2 soda. When mixed with orange soda, it tasted like a cremesicle (sp?). Back in those days, I’d drink large vats of the stuff, from Shasta to Dr. Pepper to Mountain Dew, back to the traditional Coke/Pepsi hegemony. By 2004, my weight reached an all-time high of about 195, up from 155 a few years earlier. I attributed it to fast food and delicious soda pop.

There was never any need to drink water. Water was a tasteless and disgusting beverage, preferably used to drown plants.

However, I didn’t want to become a barrel-ass, so I stopped drinking the acid and lost weight ever since. Right now, I am in the best shape of my life. I can easily break your jaw, if given the chance, with just one punch (I practice this at home…on a dummy).

What is my point?

My point is that we all need some SODA in our lives, just not mines. This country was built on lard and I envision Sodastream adorning the kitchen countertops of millions of homes in the coming years. Both KO and PEP are desperate losers now, a far cry from their glory years of the 1990′s. They will buy growth and do so in dishonorable fashion.

I am long SODA because I am short humanity. I also placed the balance of my cash into ICPT.

As you were.

HAR, HAR, HAR: I AM RONG SORAR!

With the proceeds from IFON, I bought a stock at the same exact price, rather poetically.

I am long SOL in size and will add on any dips.

JUST ONE MORE HIT

I couldn’t help myself, man. I needed to take just one more hit. I swear, this time it’s for real. Just one more hit and then I’m gone.

I bought ARWR

I HAVE $GAS

With some of my cash, I added to my boring utility holdings, buying GAS here.

When I release said GAS from my possession, I intend to make waves with it.

GOING FULL ‘HUGH HENDRY’ INTO SEPTEMBER

I sold out of CBST, CLDX, SODA, some YELP, and PIR, some for gains, others for losses. Nevertheless, I raised over 30% cash and allocated half of it to TLT. I am now very much overweight TLT and holding ample cash to buy any dip. Essentially, I am resetting here.

Trading positions that remain are ECOM, XONE, LITB and IFON (not really a trade).

 

JUST ONE MORE BITE

Please, for the love of God, one more bite…man.

 

I added to my XONE position.

Fly Buy: $CLDX

The ever living Fly calls upon the ancient spirits to transform CLDX into an evil biotech winner.

IN FOR A PENNY, IN FOR A POUND

I sold out of EXAS–because it was a trade. When +10% inside of 3 days, one needs to act upon his instincts and take the money. But I am far from over here. I want to clarify something that might’ve confused you in a prior post. Since placing a large portion of my liquid net worth into the market, about a month ago, I’ve been talking two books: one that is managed and another that is mine. Inside of my personal account, TLT is my largest holding, followed by GILD.

In my managed accounts, my largest holding is CBST, followed by a stock that I am about to reveal to you right now.

With the proceeds from EXAS, I swung around and did two things.

1. I added to my ECOM position.

2. I started a position in XONE.

But I didn’t stop there, young lads. I took all available cash and idly tossed it into XONE–because I want my gains to be in 3-D too. It’s not good enough that I make money in boring stuff, like TLT and SLCA. My predatory nature demands that I extricate large sums of dollars from the purses of the laconic sub-mentals, in hog-butcher fashion.

LONG NERDS

With the $ZU proceeds, I bought a dog, newly minted IPO loser: ECOM

LONG $SODA

There is nothing better than a large bottle of carbonated sugar popping off into your face, first thing in the morning. It’s invigorating.

When I was a young lad, growing up in Brooklyn, I’d drink soda all day long. I even poured it into my cereal. My grandfather and I “invented” a drink that called for 1/2 milk, 1/2 soda. When mixed with orange soda, it tasted like a cremesicle (sp?). Back in those days, I’d drink large vats of the stuff, from Shasta to Dr. Pepper to Mountain Dew, back to the traditional Coke/Pepsi hegemony. By 2004, my weight reached an all-time high of about 195, up from 155 a few years earlier. I attributed it to fast food and delicious soda pop.

There was never any need to drink water. Water was a tasteless and disgusting beverage, preferably used to drown plants.

However, I didn’t want to become a barrel-ass, so I stopped drinking the acid and lost weight ever since. Right now, I am in the best shape of my life. I can easily break your jaw, if given the chance, with just one punch (I practice this at home…on a dummy).

What is my point?

My point is that we all need some SODA in our lives, just not mines. This country was built on lard and I envision Sodastream adorning the kitchen countertops of millions of homes in the coming years. Both KO and PEP are desperate losers now, a far cry from their glory years of the 1990′s. They will buy growth and do so in dishonorable fashion.

I am long SODA because I am short humanity. I also placed the balance of my cash into ICPT.

As you were.

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