I don't know, it just seemed a propos for the day. I don't know what has gotten into my portfolio lately. It is like we've been using Miracle-Gro. Up another 0.82% today and we have puller about $3,300 ahead of the Russell 3000 benchmark.
Did have some interesting notes on a couple stocks:
MSTR - announced they're buying a corporate airplane (MICROSTRATEGY INC Files SEC). While I am sure they'll enjoy traveling in style, that seems a bit extravagent. But the stock went up.
TGIS - announced their revenues for the 4th quarter. They were up 26% YoY, then up 38% for the entire year over 2005. But the 4th quarter was down from 3rd quarter. Then they disclosed that they are commening a "voluntary" review of stock options (Thomas Group Reports Revenue for Fourth Quarter and Year 2006). I suspect that the sequential drop in revenues and the stock option review will not be good news on Monday A.M. I'd view any sharp decline as a buying opportunity as the stock option stuff seems way over-blown to me throughout the stock market.
ASEI (+6.8%) and BLDR (+4.0%) were my big winners. I will try and post my graphs and statistics tomorrow.
Blue Light Special
I thought people might like to see the Blue Light Special Portfolio. This was my portfolio I set up last week of down, but not out MFI stocks:
|-||-||-||-||18,914.23$18,914.23||Total (USD):||-||-||-||831.80 $831.80||4.60%|
Note it is well above the benchmark IWV. It is early still, but I will continue to track and post.
Happy Groundhog Day everyone!