This blog is dedicated to an investment strategy based on low volume stocks–that is stocks that are traded on a smaller scale and there for have large swings in their prices and periods of inactivity.
Friday, January 29, 2010
JUHL wind sustains pattern
Weeks ago I blogged about the patter JUHL had established of bouncing between 1.85 and 2.00. Made money off of that pattern, but JUHL continues to be a money maker between 1.76 and 1.85, reflecting the downturn in the general market.
Drew Woodson is a teacher and writer in the Twin Cities. He shares what he knows about real estate (a little), cooking (a little more), and teaching (a lot) online. The rest of what he knows remains secret.