Festival of Stocks #52

Welcome to the 52nd edition of the Festival of Stocks. Given the Labor Day holiday weekend this Festival of Stocks is going to be an express edition. 

I just returned from a week at the beach.  I hope you also had a chance to enjoy some down time this past weekend.  With the market climbing so nicely today, it looks like quite a few other investors also returned from the beach with cash to invest.

Get back into the swing of things with the following Festival of Stocks submissions:

The Problem With Volatility by Neural Market Trends looks at the clustering of market volatility and thinks that one can predict the direction of volatility as long as you continually update your model.  I need to see some proof to be convinced.

What is the Best Interval for Day Trading? Top Dog Trading believes the time interval you use for your charts is critical.

8/27/07 Stock Purchase UpdateMy Wealth Builder’s portfolio returns to positive gains.

The Smart Investor, How to Stay Calm While Trading by Stock Trading To Go guides on how to create rules to help us stay calm in a choppy market.

Adriana Resources Inc. To Develop World Class Port in Brazil by Nabliod looks at the latest news with this Canadian microcap.

Mothers Work a Value Trap? Not Likelyis my response to a recent post by Blogvesting that challenged my initial analysis of Mothers Work (MWRK).

That’s it for this short week’s Festival of Stocks.  Next week’s Festival will be hosted by College Analysts.  Be sure to submit your stock related posts soon using this submission form. While you wait for the next edition, you can browse past ones in the Festival of Stocks’ archives.

2 thoughts on “Festival of Stocks #52

  • September 5, 2007 at 8:32 am
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    Hi! Thanks for hosting this week’s festival of stocks!

  • September 5, 2007 at 4:15 pm
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    Fat Pitch, I’m posting my volatility prediction results later today on my blog so you can be “convinced”. Right now the S&P500 volatility model’s predictions have a 65% accuracy. Although you can never predict anything 100%, a 65% accuracy skews things in your favor.

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