Sample Of Market Calls from 1999-2004
Only some of the major calls will be listed from this time frame, as it would take to long to list every single call we have made. We use our tools to spot new emerging trends and then we hold on until the trend shows signs of fatigue; at that point we look for an exit. We do not try to time the exact bottom or the top, as that is the equivalent of trying to catch a falling dagger. There is a saying in Wall Street, Bears make money some of the time and bulls make money some of the time, but pigs always get slaughtered.
Issued a major buy signal on Palladium on Dec 1999 and closed our positions on Dec 2000. Bullion traders made approx 330% in gains, while futures players took in profits that were well over the 1000% range; in some cases traders locked in as much as 5000%.
Went long Bonds beginning of 2000 and closed positions towards the end of May 2003, this simple stress free technique yielded over 40% in gains.
Took our first positions In Gold in the end of 2000 and then kept adding to positions from Nov 2002 to April 2003. Many of our initial stock positions went up over 400%, some in excess of 600%. Bullion Traders Alone made over 50%. Some of the stocks we recommended were ,GSS,CAU,CBJ,IAG,MFN,CDE,PAAS,HL,GLG,WHT,BGO,APLL,MNG,GOLD, etc
In November 2002, we became extremely Bullish on the South African Rand, A simple conversion of dollars to Rand yielded almost 100% profits by the end of 2003 and futures players that held onto this play made an incredible fortune
we also advised futures players and general currency players to go long the Australian dollar, and New Zealand Dollar from Nov 2002 until march 2003. Once more both futures players and regular currency players scored huge wins with these plays.
We became extremely Bullish on Silver from may -June 2003 and stated that we expected Silver to outperform Gold. At that time Silver was under 5 dollars. Today Silver is over 8 dollars. Many of the shares we recommended went ballistic and gained over 500% from our recommended prices.
Late 2002 and Early 2003 we foresaw strength in certain biotech stocks. One of them was CVAS, we took initial positions in the 1.40-1.70 range, it traded as high as 4.50, before it was taken over DNDN, those that CVAS shares, were issued new DNDN shares, DNDN traded as high as $15.
Towards the end of the Year we became bullish on the Natural gas, independent exploration and oil service sector. Our favourite stock at that point was ABP, and STUOF. ABP was sold for over 200% in profits and STUOF for 100% in profits. In addition we bought WFT leaps and Sold those for approx 60% in profits. We are still holding some of the stocks we issued plays on, all of them are up in price and we expect some of them to yield in excess of 200% in gains.
We became Bullish on the Dow from June 2003. We were one of the first ones to state that the Dow would pass the 10K mark. you can read our comments published on Gold Eagle and Financial Sense
In Nov 2003 we Instructed Futures traders to go long bonds in the 107.50 range and recently closed our positions in the 114.50-115 range
In Nov 2003 we also instructed futures traders to go Long Natural Gas in the 4.80-5.00 range, Natural gas then took of to make a high of over 7 dollars. Futures traders locked thousands in profits.
In Nov 2003, we became bullish on the Nano tech sector and issued buys on 3 nano tech stocks two of them gave us gains of 200% and one of 100% in under 3 months.
Towards the end of Jan 2004 we stated that the Dollar was due to put in a bottom and start rallying. We took positions in the 84-85 range on the Dollar index. We also instructed futures traders to go long the Dollar. Futures traders were advised to close their position in the 89-89.50. We publicly stated our position on Gold Eagle and Financial Sense
In Jan 2004 we told our subscribers to take positions in Palladium both in bullion and in the futures markets, in the 210 range. Palladium has already surpassed the 300 range in less than 2 months. We also stated our positions publicly a bit later on Gold Eagleand Financial Sense
Toward the End of Feb and Early March 2004 we stated that we expected the markets to become extremely volatile, as the masses were all finally jumping on the bull bandwagon.
In March 2004 we issued a short-term buy signal on Gold bullion and certain gold shares. Both are already showing profits.
Plus many more signals that are too numerous to mention.