Google searches people use to find this blog

“Timmy Bohen trader” and “Timmy Bohen” – Tim Sykes likes referring to the other Tim as ‘Timmy’ so that is what people search for. I get a few hits a day from people searching for this. So be happy, Tim Bohen, for you are famous.

“Alfss Sykes” or “What does alfss mean?” – I love getting free traffic from people searching for the definition of Tim Sykes’ abbreviation. See the definition in my FAQ.

“Investors Underground promo code $99 per quarter” – Yes, people who sign up for IU chat through my affiliate link can save 15% per quarter! I am a happy customer there.

“JYHW pump and dump” – Yes it is a pump & dump. Do not buy if you value your money. I made money buying it but that is a risky strategy I do not recommend. I prefer short selling pump & dumps and I may look to short this soon.

“What the fuck is up with IMGG” – It is a horrible company with marginal fundamentals that idiot investors bought based on hyped-up press releases. I predict that its stock will continue to fall gradually over the next couple years. Tim Sykes wrote a bit about the company’s fundamentals. He and I are just about to publish a DVD set on reading SEC filings (only a tiny bit of editing needs to be done now) and if you order quickly you can still save $100 by pre-ordering. Learn more about the DVD.

“4th day of the year 2010” – Who the heck uses this search phrase? What are they trying to find?

“ICXT rumor” – If you are not just trading off of stock rumors but googling for them, perhaps you should stop trading, because you are certainly going to lose money.

“lionmaster – of thelion.com – real name” – I have no clue what it is. I am not a fan of people who go by pseudonyms, including Muddy, Laura, and Investorslive of the Investors Underground Chat (although I know Laura’s and Investorslive’s full names and they seem like good people). I try to be transparent about everything I do in my trading (except when it might hurt my trading profits, such as divulging my “super secret trading strategy”) and my readers can easily Google me and find out some things I have done in the past (like some of my artistic photos, or the current members of my graduate school lab).

“What investors recommend aeny” – Dumb ones.

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