Time to Buy 12.15.17

George Crawford

by George A. Crawford III - MS Purdue Krannert Graduate School of Management(ranked simply as good as it gets in USA) 1985- 93% GMAT, BS Oklahoma State Mechanical Engineering 1983- earned in 4 years, SM South HS- Overland Park KS -KS Scholar 1979- 96%ACT
page 1 gives short term trading ideas
page 2 the general markets
page 3 industries

I have been arrested many times for trespassing and other fiction at KC area public owned stock broker offices, where the punks said my degrees do not matter- merrill lynch, or gave me a bull sht test they said I flunked- smith barney, painewebber, they called my home with threats- painewebber, tape recorded my responses with fake voices inserted as myself to use in court against me that judges used- smith barney, all 3 of these also sent me invitations or phone calls to be their client after the blindside arrest, and my reactions for decades. They talked of 'hating snots from schools back east who act better than us' My dad was a lawyer with IVY League degrees, a client of all, and set up trust accounts for me at all, they are punks, frauds, murderers? of my real dad and his sister? the person who lived as my dad after my college talked of murders and identity theft and he was not my natural father, a stooge look a like, and so? no one around here cares- and hate you people. The idiot finance profs at Purdue in 1983 talked of teaching us 'useful information' - efficient market theory and maximize stock owner value- they had such attitude and hate towards 'money managers' as I called my self starting as a teen, that they were disgusting, zero credibility. Wilber L. the main prof said the 2nd year 'you all can not do what we teach you' - his 'useful information' and that I would be arrested in stock broker offices in KC. None of it is acceptable, the public brokers/law enforcement/ states owe me $100,000,000,000/incident and back pay check of $5,000,000,000/yr based on hedge fund pay checks/licenses. The one thing wilbur was right about at Purdue %6

0040COPX -

v=ir, f=ma, e=mc2, assets - liabilities = OWNERS equity, the net present value of future cash flows is the value of the business, profits = revenue - expense, maximize stock owner value- maximize revenue, minimize expenses, maximize profits..... you are no different than everyone else starts with iowa basic skills, act scores, common sense right is RIGHT, experience is as important of a teacher as real accredited schools. don't believe every thing, think for yourself, credibility and trust are EARNED with real one on one experiences.

Dr. Copper, so goes copper, so goes the economy?


An OWNER is an OWNER. The law is the law.

Technical Momentum: Isaac Newton had it right. 'A body in motion tends to stay in motion' . So you should seek stocks whose share price has been on the rise. Not just in the last few weeks, but over a longer stretch as well, so you know it's not a fluke. This greatly increases your chances that other investors are aware of the positive aspects of the stock...and likely to stay that way.


many times goes opposite the US $


safe haven, jewelry=extras


safe haven and real industrial, medical, uses = DEMAND


Platinum is used in catalytic converters, laboratory equipment, electrical contacts and electrodes, platinum resistance thermometers, dentistry equipment, and jewelry. The price of platinum, like other industrial commodities, is more volatile than that of gold. In 2008, the price of platinum dropped from $2,252 to $774 per oz,[65] a loss of nearly 2/3 of its value. By contrast, the price of gold dropped from ~$1,000 to ~$700/oz during the same time frame, a loss of only 1/3 of its value.

During periods of sustained economic stability and growth, the price of platinum tends to be as much as twice the price of gold, whereas during periods of economic uncertainty,[66] the price of platinum tends to decrease due to reduced industrial demand, falling below the price of gold. Gold prices are more stable in slow economic times, as gold is considered a safe haven. Although gold is used in industrial applications, its demand is not so driven by industrial uses



exports imports, the lower the cost of the money, the easier it is to export, ie toyota



An old trader once said, 'Trading is the hardest easy money you'll ever make.'

In theory, trading is easy enough -- all you have to do is buy low and sell high, right?

In practice, however, trading is among the most difficult activities in the financial world. Despite the availability of a wealth of information, few do it well.

In fact, all that accessible information actually makes it harder to trade successfully.


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