What is the-wiseguy.com?
We, Bill-Bull and The-Wiseguy, are comfortably living our lives not bothered by any investor or boss, maybe just our wifes. Bill-Bull is a long-term value investor who bases his decisions solely on technical analysis (wiki) and The-Wiseguy is a swing-/daytrader (wiki) who has a more fundamental buying decision based on the news of the day (and because of that gets stuck with certain shares for a long time). In these posts we are expressing our thoughts about the stock we picked and occasionally about the world.
Will we see inflation this year?
What is our goal?
Our moto: "There are tens of thousands of shares in the world but only a few are good enough to be wiseguys" (just click the motto) . We think a warning is in place, as a Dutch saying goes: "Resultaten uit het verleden bieden geen garantie voor de toekomst" meaning something like past returns do not guarantee the future. That is why we stay vigilant and so should you by reguarly reading our website. … We hope you have a good time and hereby apologize upfront for hurting or insulting anyone. That is never our intention.
….Stay home.....Stay safe....Stay informed….
.....................You can find most of what you need in the menu on top of this page.
In The Strategy we lay down the most important rules and explain what we think is required.
In The List we have an always updated watchlist, the list of what we call Wiseguys, the 50%/5y companies.
In The Performance. you can find out how we are doing this year and if we will reach our 40% annual profit.
And the most important pages are off course the messages we send out. All our buy and sell orders, the company bio and company stock charts, the TA and why we think you should buy or sell them (and at what moment in time). You can visit The Archive and you'll find the latest messages below:
This is the first post, the maiden v…… Voyage, into the world of my decision making. Gold and Silver turbo’s on the shoppinglist today. I’m looking for the onces with the most leverage.
Stock Trading at my best. A nice start is half the work and I really enjoyed doing it. Getting to now markets and financial instruments.