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Saturday, 21 February 2009 19:35

Request for Videos

Anybody who has video content that adds value to the topics an analysis found on this blog is urged to submit it. This includes videos of REIT properties, manufacturing sites, finance related, etc.

You can add link to videos from other servers here: Video Link

You can upload your own videos here: Video Upload

You must be registered to upload videos to my server. I am taking a few days off with my family and will return with some fresh new ideas and research Monday or so.I look forward to video contributions. This is an ideal and very valuable way for those whe feel they don't have analytical expertise to contribute to the community. 

Saturday, 21 February 2009 19:35

Request for Videos

Anybody who has video content that adds value to the topics an analysis found on this blog is urged to submit it. This includes videos of REIT properties, manufacturing sites, finance related, etc.

You can add link to videos from other servers here: Video Link

You can upload your own videos here: Video Upload

You must be registered to upload videos to my server. I am taking a few days off with my family and will return with some fresh new ideas and research Monday or so.I look forward to video contributions. This is an ideal and very valuable way for those whe feel they don't have analytical expertise to contribute to the community. 

Thursday, 01 January 2009 15:54

Reggie Middleton Multimedia Gallery

  Reggie Middleton's Boom Bust Blog LOGO

 

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 BoomBustBlog boat ride 1.0: Click these links for the story behind these BoomBustBlog social events and to see higher resoltution pictures and graphics.

BoomBustBlog Boat Ride 2.0, on the MotherLand!: Click these links for the story behind these BoomBustBlog social events and to see higher resoltution pictures and graphics.

  Website thumbnail and snapshot

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Reggie Middleton vs James Cramer

 A regular reader and subscriber did the homework of comparing my subscription research to that of James Cramer's flagship subsciption service, Action Alert Plus, see Reggie Middleton on James Cramer: Marked to Market!. This is an update to that study using today's closing prices. There should not be any surprises here, unless you see how much Cramer charges for this stuff! Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size. 

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Reggie vs Wall Street

As many may have surmised, my team and I have blown out the results of Wall Street's biggest and most reknowned name brand brokers. It wasn't even close enough to fit in a small graph. JP Morgan failed to beat the S&P over the period that the blog has been in existence (since 9/07). The blog's research returns are 132% above the BEST performing Wall Street Broker's analyst recommendations. For the supporting data that goes behind this study, see Blog vs. Broker, whom do you trust!. Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size. 

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  Reggie vs Goldman Sachs

Why didn't Wall Street read my post on Lehman being a yellow lying lemon? See "Is Lehman really a lemming in disguise?" and realize that this post was made on February 20th, when Goldman Sachs had a recommended price of about $55 while this blog warned that Lehman may be done for. This very similar to when I warned about the potential demise of Bear Stearns in January, when the rest of the Street had a "buy" at about $130 per share. See Is this the Breaking of the Bear?.  7 We all know how both of these stories ended. Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size. 

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 If you look into my original post on performance (see "Performance!"), you can see when I recommended strong shorts on Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs, both highly contrarian views at the beginning of the year, and both returned way over 100% and in the case of Goldman, is still pushing profits. 

Reggie vs broad market and global equity indices

  Cash performance of the blog's researcg as compared to all major US and global market indices. The graph below assumes the research result to be taken as a cash index, as opposed to an actual investor acting upon the research, which would have to be done in a margin account (to short), options or swaps. Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size. 

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 Reggie Middleton vs Greenwich and Park Avenue

We have totally trounced ALL hedge fund indices, taking much less risk to get multiples of return. These are the results against the Barclay's hedge fund indices year to date. Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size

copy_of_copy_of_blog_chart_with_shaun_updates_part_2_no_money_10809_image001.png11

  The following chart is the comparison from the inception of the blog. Slight differences in results stem from adjustments for comparison against different products, ex. analysts recommendations versus an actual researched portfolio of all holdings. Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size

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The posts, research and opinions (date stamped) behind all of these graphs can be found in the Actionable Research post (you'll have to scroll down towards the bottom, once there).

A glimpse into my proprietary account

These are the results of my trading screen as of the close of US markets today (I've been spreading around the globe).

Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size.  

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 In conjunction with the date stamped, blog post map (the Actionable Research9 post), you can use the graph below to see how well my proprietary research performed in my own account on a monthly basis. This is where I may loosen up by providing a premium subscription service where I share the reasoning behind my trades and positions as it applies to the research that I release. Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size.  

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From a risk weighted perspective, my proprietary account has pulled even farther away from both the broad market and ALL of the BarclayHedge fund indices, far away. I have assumed much less risk to get an average of over 10x the return.  Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size.  

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Thursday, 01 January 2009 15:54

Reggie Middleton Multimedia Gallery

  Reggie Middleton's Boom Bust Blog LOGO

 

  Reggie Middleton photoalt


alt

alt

alt

alt

 BoomBustBlog boat ride 1.0: Click these links for the story behind these BoomBustBlog social events and to see higher resoltution pictures and graphics.

BoomBustBlog Boat Ride 2.0, on the MotherLand!: Click these links for the story behind these BoomBustBlog social events and to see higher resoltution pictures and graphics.

  Website thumbnail and snapshot

thumb_website_snapshot.jpg

Reggie Middleton vs James Cramer

 A regular reader and subscriber did the homework of comparing my subscription research to that of James Cramer's flagship subsciption service, Action Alert Plus, see Reggie Middleton on James Cramer: Marked to Market!. This is an update to that study using today's closing prices. There should not be any surprises here, unless you see how much Cramer charges for this stuff! Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size. 

blog_chart_with_shaun_updates_part_2_no_money_and_cramer_aa_with_different_msn_numbers_8153_image001.png

 

Reggie vs Wall Street

As many may have surmised, my team and I have blown out the results of Wall Street's biggest and most reknowned name brand brokers. It wasn't even close enough to fit in a small graph. JP Morgan failed to beat the S&P over the period that the blog has been in existence (since 9/07). The blog's research returns are 132% above the BEST performing Wall Street Broker's analyst recommendations. For the supporting data that goes behind this study, see Blog vs. Broker, whom do you trust!. Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size. 

  image005.png5

  Reggie vs Goldman Sachs

Why didn't Wall Street read my post on Lehman being a yellow lying lemon? See "Is Lehman really a lemming in disguise?" and realize that this post was made on February 20th, when Goldman Sachs had a recommended price of about $55 while this blog warned that Lehman may be done for. This very similar to when I warned about the potential demise of Bear Stearns in January, when the rest of the Street had a "buy" at about $130 per share. See Is this the Breaking of the Bear?.  7 We all know how both of these stories ended. Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size. 

image006.png8 

 If you look into my original post on performance (see "Performance!"), you can see when I recommended strong shorts on Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs, both highly contrarian views at the beginning of the year, and both returned way over 100% and in the case of Goldman, is still pushing profits. 

Reggie vs broad market and global equity indices

  Cash performance of the blog's researcg as compared to all major US and global market indices. The graph below assumes the research result to be taken as a cash index, as opposed to an actual investor acting upon the research, which would have to be done in a margin account (to short), options or swaps. Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size. 

image004.png

 

 Reggie Middleton vs Greenwich and Park Avenue

We have totally trounced ALL hedge fund indices, taking much less risk to get multiples of return. These are the results against the Barclay's hedge fund indices year to date. Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size

copy_of_copy_of_blog_chart_with_shaun_updates_part_2_no_money_10809_image001.png11

  The following chart is the comparison from the inception of the blog. Slight differences in results stem from adjustments for comparison against different products, ex. analysts recommendations versus an actual researched portfolio of all holdings. Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size

copy_of_copy_of_blog_chart_with_shaun_updates_part_2_no_money_10809_image003.png12

copy_of_copy_of_blog_chart_with_shaun_updates_part_2_no_money_10809_image002.png13

copy_of_copy_of_blog_chart_with_shaun_updates_part_2_no_money_10809_image004.png14

The posts, research and opinions (date stamped) behind all of these graphs can be found in the Actionable Research post (you'll have to scroll down towards the bottom, once there).

A glimpse into my proprietary account

These are the results of my trading screen as of the close of US markets today (I've been spreading around the globe).

Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size.  

image004_copy.png

 In conjunction with the date stamped, blog post map (the Actionable Research9 post), you can use the graph below to see how well my proprietary research performed in my own account on a monthly basis. This is where I may loosen up by providing a premium subscription service where I share the reasoning behind my trades and positions as it applies to the research that I release. Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size.  

image006_copy.png

image010.png

From a risk weighted perspective, my proprietary account has pulled even farther away from both the broad market and ALL of the BarclayHedge fund indices, far away. I have assumed much less risk to get an average of over 10x the return.  Please click the graph to enlarge to print quality size.  

  image009.png
 
Published in Uncategorized

Make sure you have the latest version of Adobe (i.e., Version 9 or higher). You can download it free from their website. We use the most updated versions of Adobe for its security and multimedia features. You may also use the adobe downloads to access the video used on the site.

If you are a MAC user, you are likely opening the report in your default "preview" mode. Instead, open in Adobe.



Make sure you have the latest version of Adobe (i.e., Version 9 or higher). You can download it free from their website. We use the most updated versions of Adobe for its security and multimedia features. You may also use the adobe downloads to access the video used on the site.

If you are a MAC user, you are likely opening the report in your default "preview" mode. Instead, open in Adobe.