Catching Fire

Catching Fire

                                     Now yu all, check out our nice eye-candy section


                                         Baidu BIDU,  Google GOOGApple AAPL

Cash Cows



The first public stock portfolio started  in May, 2013 using a price action strategy. After six months it had a gain  with an annualized rate of return of 29.70.
That was the warm up. Now the real 'game' begins soon!


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Winning is grabbing momentum, profiting from it and then releasing it

My strategy is only for those who are strong enough to withstand occasional pain. I care not for the weak to follow me. I have no interest in getting all my picks right. I am more concern about getting an overall profit. As such, in trading Safety for High risk High reward, one gets big winners that overcome a few losses

A winner must be willing to  embrace change and  welcome challenge. The biggest “fear,” if there is  one, is not of the unknown, but of becoming complacent and stagnant. An environment of change and even uncertainty can energize a mentally strong person and bring out their best. 

A winner is willing to take calculated risks. This is a different thing entirely than jumping headlong into foolish risks. But with mental strength, an individual can weigh the risks and benefits thoroughly, and will fully assess the potential downsides and even the worst-case scenarios before they take action

There is strength in acknowledging the past and especially in acknowledging the things learned from past experiences—but a winner needs to  invest the majority of their energy in creating an optimal present and future.

 Our site:  Stock Market trading / live portfolio, beautiful art, beautiful photos, best poems, classic cars, top vintage pictures, movie top 10, following top individuals,  and of course HOT  eye candy.


 The  Daily Log
The Daily Log featuring Scrooge McDuck


 10:16am cst  Hi, everybody. Decided to sell all of GM today. There's some negativity with some of the other fossil fuel automobile company likely rubbing that on GM. I also wanted to free up cash to allow for better opportunities on some very exciting other companies.


One of the mistakes made by those in the stock market is to be concerned over how many stock picks one gets right. That however is not your purpose. Your overall purpose is to make an overall profit within your portfolio of stocks. When one manages a portfolio, one matriculates the various entities in the portfolio to end up with a strong portfolio and overall gain. Hence, by weeding out the weaken performers, one might have a poor percentage of getting stock picks right but still have a winning and strong portfolio with the remaining picks.

The key for winning in the market place is to managed your portfolio by matriculating your portfolio and not be overly concerned with individual stocks picks. Those who keep score on their stock picks are just 'playing games'.

Regarding the Catching Fire portfolio. My real account in part mimics most but not all  of the same stocks at different buying prices and different quantities. I will say this, NFLX, TSLA, and of course AAPL are definitely three of the stocks in my real account.



                                                                                       Are you going after the big fish?
This site isn't all about the stock market. However, with the daily updating of the stock market, it took most of my time. I am still going to discuss  the stock market but also  going to relate more to other parts of this site - such as the paintings, my hobbies such as estate sale treasure hunting, movies, autos, etc.
I have developed a good following if the Blogger statistics I get are correct. It will be interesting to see how they change in the coming months. As stated, I will start a new public stock market portfolio. There's so technical issues to work out. One being displaying Options.


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...In case you would like to follow our stock trades up to the very minute. I try to 'print' the trade within a minute or seconds on 'Stock Twits' (STOCKTWITS.COM) before I update them on here. You can follow me on stock twits by going to and signing in (it's free). Then follow ROBMARKETBLIND.




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Elke Sommer





Classic Auto of the Day  
Invest in a classic car that is certain to appreciate in value  


If the right car does turn out to be an appreciating asset, any later sale is not subject to capital gains tax.

Thought for the Day



Famous vintage picture : Jane Russell

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