A Bearded Sacrifice

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I don’t even like beards, yet I am growing one. I’ve surrounded myself with a lexicon of ideas, a rich history of winship, and an infallible track record of merciless victories. On this day, I announce to you, the pleb, that I, “The Fly”, grow a beard on my face for the benefit of my people inside of the stocked market. I do this, selflessly and without shame, so that you might profit.

Just know, I consider facial hair to be a reprehensible offense against civilized man. The fact that I’ve housed my razor blades in the cupboard to collect dust, instead of shaving cream, speaks volumes to the true nature of my very black heart.

My competitors prance about the internet, and on Twitter, clad in cheap regalia–a cacophony of offensive instruments meshed into a singular curse. These fish salesmen, these caitiffs, do not deserve an audience of your stature and distinguished sensibilities. Cast them back into the pits of hell they’ve derived from and actively seek out and expose others who aspire to fill their scandalous, treacherous stations.

Their foreboding commentary regarding the stock market shall be met with blows to their eyebrows and chest hairs–leaving garish scars as a testament to their sins.

HERETO, a great man of impeccable eminence has offered a facial sacrifice, which will undoubtedly lead to a concatenation of events that will leave you all for the better.

These words have been written on November the 18th, 7:29 est.

Amen.

Value Investing, Idiot Style

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The funny thing about some of you miscreants chanting about PE ratios is that you own gold miners too, who are bleeding out losses. I understand your desire for high growth stocks to have PEs less than 20. However, in the real world, that is a rare occasion because high growth is bought up. If you are lucky enough to buy high growth/quality at a discount, don’t be afraid to buy it. Otherwise, quit littering these fucking halls with your stupid warnings of hell to pay because you just finished reading Graham and Dodd and you think those rules should be applied to social media stocks who are literally changing the way human beings interact with one another. I don’t think Mr. Graham would approve of your perversion of fundamental analysis.

I bought YELP today, in decent size, knowing it might trade down. I reserved some cash from my TRN sale to average down in YELP. My next purchase will be below $54.

But know this: winners will always be bought and profitable to its investors. It’s only a matter of time before YELP goes full GPRO on the savages who short it.

Today’s melt up was brought to you by cheaper oil.

Thesis Change

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I sold out of TRN for a 5.5% loss. It was my second largest position. I am no longer interested in playing the oil reflation trade.

Tanking Oil Sans the Economic Collapse= Nirvana

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Forget about chasing oil stocks down the drain. We have bigger fish to fry. Several weeks ago I informed you of a friend of mine who owns gas stations. I told you that higher volume means greater sales, especially at the gas station store. Last night Cramer touched on this exact point. Before ever asshole with a series 7 figures this out, get some exposure via one of the following names: PTRY, CASY, COST or IMKTA.

Next up retail. When gas prices go down, SUV sales go up. I am not making this up; it’s simply a fact. HAR happens to make some pretty high quality audio systems for Mercedes, BMW and other premium car makers. The stock is going higher.

Whole Foods is back on track. With Thanksgiving around the corner, commodity prices in the shitter, WFM will trade higher.

VFC owns a variety of brands that you own and love, from Nautica to North Face to Jansport to Vans to Timberland, they benefit from a richer consumer. VFC trades higher.

Do I need to tell you my feelings on GPRO? It trades higher.

The last name on my list is one that should be owned heading into the New Year. Chicken prices are down and people are drunken fools. BWLD is going higher.

I have several other high quality names that will benefit from cheaper gas. However, you’re not ready for them. For now, this will suffice.

A Crazy Short Squeeze is Pending

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If GPRO can hold its gains this morning, it is setting up for a monster squeeze higher. Bear in mind, the “news” last night of an expanded secondary offering is childish horseshit and is not a reason to sell. There is plenty of demand for GPRO’s shares and I will gladly buy them from some jackass IT guy in the camera lens department, who is hoping to sell enough stock to buy himself a wife from Russia.

Let the idiots sell. Smarter money will prevail.

The stock is up in the pre-market, erasing a $2.5 deficit from last night’s frenzied sell off.

Listen to me, GPRO is at the very top of technically strong stocks in the market now. There are very few companies with holiday shopping catalysts, like GPRO. This is last year’s KORS, the GRMN from a decade ago.

Long and strong, hoping to smash a few road slobs about the head today with my battle ax.

Gold is For Suckers

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Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers bounced along the bottom before finding their watery graves. Let’s be perfectly clear about one singular thing: the miners are for suckers, people obsessed with the dissolution of the Federal Reserve and western finance. You people, all of you people, are scandalous vagrants, thieves in the night hell bent on the pain and misery of others. A great shame falls upon your house and it shall cast a shadow that will last for generations to come.

There is no long trade for gold miners, mind you. There are only short set ups. If you’d only remove yourselves from the slothness of your charts, you’d learn that the miners are all losing a shit load of money searching for yellow metal that is decreasing in value on a daily basis. The net asset values for scores of junior miners are exactly zero.

Sure, you might fancy yourselves to be smart day traders, running along the side of the road, avoiding the oncoming traffic. But you can only play this game for so long, as King Dollars reign supreme and the gold trade is effectively over.

In closing, I am reminded of a trade a very good friend of mine took on a Friday afternoon, heading into the weekend. He bought himself 5,000 shares of BSC at around $30, hoping for a few Monday shekels, only to find himself horrendously stupefied by the reality of his error.

This isn’t exactly stratagem, friendo– but facts.

A Day for the Horror Books

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Remember when you were young and would stay up real late at night to read one of your favorite horror themed books? Neither do I. But if I did, I am sure it would resemble today.

My top two positions were up, but just about everything else down. Chinese burrito stocks bore the brunt of a mean spirited attack upon its greedy shareholders. Men, clad in nothing but burlap undergarments, sold short anything not nailed to the floor and punished the world for breathing air into their lungs. Santa Claus deniers and Turkey God slayers ran rampant throughout the streets of Wall today. Our only respite was the cessation of violence through the closing of trade.

I lost 0.4% today, in what should’ve been a victory. Everyone is going to tell you to sell now. Prepare to climb another wall of worry, in order to achieve paradise.

And the #1 Rated Stock in The PPT Is…

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Out of 4,252 stocks, my GPRO is rated number 1. Yes, this is the very same stock you mocked me over, deriding it for reasons kindergarden children could dispel. Your great fear of lock-up period expirations and ‘high valuations’ has led you to the back of a jam-box now, expeditiously being led to bankruptcy.

After your portfolio hits $00.00, your wife and children will leave and your car will be repossessed by the dealership. Your new life as a vagabond, a wastrel, is about to begin–all because you bet against the man in the time machine.

Today is a very dull market and most of my stocks are lower. As a point in fact, I am down ever so slightly for the day, even though my top two positions (GPRO, TRN) are higher. But that’s okay, as I have the time and the money to see this through.

The Turkey Gods are coming, and they are magnificently glorious. I put together a large basket of some of my favorite retail stocks, which still needs to be trimmed a bit. For the sake of charity, he is my entire list.

DPLO
HAR
GRPN
COUP
COH
NKE
RL
VFC
GIL
COLM
LULU
DKS
BID
PETM
SBH
TIF
DIN
DNKN
PNRA
PLKI
SBUX
BWLD
DPZ
PZZA
ZOES
BBBY
WSM
PIR
SFM
WFM
TGT
COST
M
EBAY
AMZN
OSTK
TJX
KMX
LAD
EXPR
FINL
FL
JWN
GPRO

Now that’s a very long list and you cannot buy them all. I suggest breaking off your top 5 and allocating X amount of dollars to them. Truth be told, I haven’t done this myself. Over the next few days, I will shorten this list and act upon my opinions.

Until then, please, keep selling GPRO.

SUPER BULLISH

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They’ve tried everything in the book to reflate the global economy, why not try cheap oil?

Last year it snowed a lot during the X-mas season, which led to one of the worst retail environments in over a decade. People laughed and mocked the numbers, citing snow fall as inadequate reasons to stay home–away from the stores. But I couldn’t leave my block, tho.

Well, here go again, oil 30% lower from last year, barreling into the easiest year over year sales comparisons since 2008. Do you really want to bet against this lay up, during America’s feast?

If your total premise to sell here, or remove yourselves from the front lines, via cash heavy cowardice, is because we’ve already moved higher, you’re a rank amateur and should not be in the business of managing money.

We’re going higher son. I’ll put that on my eyes, ears and testes.

A Bearded Sacrifice

1,706 views

I don’t even like beards, yet I am growing one. I’ve surrounded myself with a lexicon of ideas, a rich history of winship, and an infallible track record of merciless victories. On this day, I announce to you, the pleb, that I, “The Fly”, grow a beard on my face for the benefit of my people inside of the stocked market. I do this, selflessly and without shame, so that you might profit.

Just know, I consider facial hair to be a reprehensible offense against civilized man. The fact that I’ve housed my razor blades in the cupboard to collect dust, instead of shaving cream, speaks volumes to the true nature of my very black heart.

My competitors prance about the internet, and on Twitter, clad in cheap regalia–a cacophony of offensive instruments meshed into a singular curse. These fish salesmen, these caitiffs, do not deserve an audience of your stature and distinguished sensibilities. Cast them back into the pits of hell they’ve derived from and actively seek out and expose others who aspire to fill their scandalous, treacherous stations.

Their foreboding commentary regarding the stock market shall be met with blows to their eyebrows and chest hairs–leaving garish scars as a testament to their sins.

HERETO, a great man of impeccable eminence has offered a facial sacrifice, which will undoubtedly lead to a concatenation of events that will leave you all for the better.

These words have been written on November the 18th, 7:29 est.

Amen.

Value Investing, Idiot Style

1,690 views

The funny thing about some of you miscreants chanting about PE ratios is that you own gold miners too, who are bleeding out losses. I understand your desire for high growth stocks to have PEs less than 20. However, in the real world, that is a rare occasion because high growth is bought up. If you are lucky enough to buy high growth/quality at a discount, don’t be afraid to buy it. Otherwise, quit littering these fucking halls with your stupid warnings of hell to pay because you just finished reading Graham and Dodd and you think those rules should be applied to social media stocks who are literally changing the way human beings interact with one another. I don’t think Mr. Graham would approve of your perversion of fundamental analysis.

I bought YELP today, in decent size, knowing it might trade down. I reserved some cash from my TRN sale to average down in YELP. My next purchase will be below $54.

But know this: winners will always be bought and profitable to its investors. It’s only a matter of time before YELP goes full GPRO on the savages who short it.

Today’s melt up was brought to you by cheaper oil.

Thesis Change

914 views

I sold out of TRN for a 5.5% loss. It was my second largest position. I am no longer interested in playing the oil reflation trade.

Tanking Oil Sans the Economic Collapse= Nirvana

969 views

Forget about chasing oil stocks down the drain. We have bigger fish to fry. Several weeks ago I informed you of a friend of mine who owns gas stations. I told you that higher volume means greater sales, especially at the gas station store. Last night Cramer touched on this exact point. Before ever asshole with a series 7 figures this out, get some exposure via one of the following names: PTRY, CASY, COST or IMKTA.

Next up retail. When gas prices go down, SUV sales go up. I am not making this up; it’s simply a fact. HAR happens to make some pretty high quality audio systems for Mercedes, BMW and other premium car makers. The stock is going higher.

Whole Foods is back on track. With Thanksgiving around the corner, commodity prices in the shitter, WFM will trade higher.

VFC owns a variety of brands that you own and love, from Nautica to North Face to Jansport to Vans to Timberland, they benefit from a richer consumer. VFC trades higher.

Do I need to tell you my feelings on GPRO? It trades higher.

The last name on my list is one that should be owned heading into the New Year. Chicken prices are down and people are drunken fools. BWLD is going higher.

I have several other high quality names that will benefit from cheaper gas. However, you’re not ready for them. For now, this will suffice.

A Crazy Short Squeeze is Pending

1,269 views

If GPRO can hold its gains this morning, it is setting up for a monster squeeze higher. Bear in mind, the “news” last night of an expanded secondary offering is childish horseshit and is not a reason to sell. There is plenty of demand for GPRO’s shares and I will gladly buy them from some jackass IT guy in the camera lens department, who is hoping to sell enough stock to buy himself a wife from Russia.

Let the idiots sell. Smarter money will prevail.

The stock is up in the pre-market, erasing a $2.5 deficit from last night’s frenzied sell off.

Listen to me, GPRO is at the very top of technically strong stocks in the market now. There are very few companies with holiday shopping catalysts, like GPRO. This is last year’s KORS, the GRMN from a decade ago.

Long and strong, hoping to smash a few road slobs about the head today with my battle ax.

Gold is For Suckers

2,758 views

Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers bounced along the bottom before finding their watery graves. Let’s be perfectly clear about one singular thing: the miners are for suckers, people obsessed with the dissolution of the Federal Reserve and western finance. You people, all of you people, are scandalous vagrants, thieves in the night hell bent on the pain and misery of others. A great shame falls upon your house and it shall cast a shadow that will last for generations to come.

There is no long trade for gold miners, mind you. There are only short set ups. If you’d only remove yourselves from the slothness of your charts, you’d learn that the miners are all losing a shit load of money searching for yellow metal that is decreasing in value on a daily basis. The net asset values for scores of junior miners are exactly zero.

Sure, you might fancy yourselves to be smart day traders, running along the side of the road, avoiding the oncoming traffic. But you can only play this game for so long, as King Dollars reign supreme and the gold trade is effectively over.

In closing, I am reminded of a trade a very good friend of mine took on a Friday afternoon, heading into the weekend. He bought himself 5,000 shares of BSC at around $30, hoping for a few Monday shekels, only to find himself horrendously stupefied by the reality of his error.

This isn’t exactly stratagem, friendo– but facts.

A Day for the Horror Books

1,287 views

Remember when you were young and would stay up real late at night to read one of your favorite horror themed books? Neither do I. But if I did, I am sure it would resemble today.

My top two positions were up, but just about everything else down. Chinese burrito stocks bore the brunt of a mean spirited attack upon its greedy shareholders. Men, clad in nothing but burlap undergarments, sold short anything not nailed to the floor and punished the world for breathing air into their lungs. Santa Claus deniers and Turkey God slayers ran rampant throughout the streets of Wall today. Our only respite was the cessation of violence through the closing of trade.

I lost 0.4% today, in what should’ve been a victory. Everyone is going to tell you to sell now. Prepare to climb another wall of worry, in order to achieve paradise.

And the #1 Rated Stock in The PPT Is…

985 views

Out of 4,252 stocks, my GPRO is rated number 1. Yes, this is the very same stock you mocked me over, deriding it for reasons kindergarden children could dispel. Your great fear of lock-up period expirations and ‘high valuations’ has led you to the back of a jam-box now, expeditiously being led to bankruptcy.

After your portfolio hits $00.00, your wife and children will leave and your car will be repossessed by the dealership. Your new life as a vagabond, a wastrel, is about to begin–all because you bet against the man in the time machine.

Today is a very dull market and most of my stocks are lower. As a point in fact, I am down ever so slightly for the day, even though my top two positions (GPRO, TRN) are higher. But that’s okay, as I have the time and the money to see this through.

The Turkey Gods are coming, and they are magnificently glorious. I put together a large basket of some of my favorite retail stocks, which still needs to be trimmed a bit. For the sake of charity, he is my entire list.

DPLO
HAR
GRPN
COUP
COH
NKE
RL
VFC
GIL
COLM
LULU
DKS
BID
PETM
SBH
TIF
DIN
DNKN
PNRA
PLKI
SBUX
BWLD
DPZ
PZZA
ZOES
BBBY
WSM
PIR
SFM
WFM
TGT
COST
M
EBAY
AMZN
OSTK
TJX
KMX
LAD
EXPR
FINL
FL
JWN
GPRO

Now that’s a very long list and you cannot buy them all. I suggest breaking off your top 5 and allocating X amount of dollars to them. Truth be told, I haven’t done this myself. Over the next few days, I will shorten this list and act upon my opinions.

Until then, please, keep selling GPRO.

SUPER BULLISH

1,183 views

They’ve tried everything in the book to reflate the global economy, why not try cheap oil?

Last year it snowed a lot during the X-mas season, which led to one of the worst retail environments in over a decade. People laughed and mocked the numbers, citing snow fall as inadequate reasons to stay home–away from the stores. But I couldn’t leave my block, tho.

Well, here go again, oil 30% lower from last year, barreling into the easiest year over year sales comparisons since 2008. Do you really want to bet against this lay up, during America’s feast?

If your total premise to sell here, or remove yourselves from the front lines, via cash heavy cowardice, is because we’ve already moved higher, you’re a rank amateur and should not be in the business of managing money.

We’re going higher son. I’ll put that on my eyes, ears and testes.