Going LIVE from Budapest @ Noon (Eastern Time)!

Hello from Hungary!
Today, I’ll be coming to you LIVE from Budapest at noon (eastern time).
I’ll discuss $AEHR earnings and provide updated thoughts on $HMNY and $SMSI. After that brief opening, I’ll open it up for Q&A on ANY STOCK I know.
As always, we’ll get started as soon as 30 viewers join in.
Catch you then!

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Disclosures / Disclaimers: I am long AEHR, SMSI, and HEAR. I am short HMNY. This is not a solicitation to buy, sell, or otherwise transact any stock or its derivatives. Nor should it be construed as an endorsement of any particular investment or opinion of the stock’s current or future price. To be clear, I do not encourage or recommend for anyone to follow my lead on this or any other stocks, since I may enter, exit, or reverse a position at any time without notice, regardless of the facts or perceived implications of this article.

I am not a financial advisor. Nor am I providing any recommendations, price targets, or opinions about valuation regarding the companies discussed herein. Any disclosures regarding my holdings are true as of the time this article is written, but subject change without notice. I frequently trade my positions, often on an intraday basis. Thus, it is possible that I might be buying and/or selling the securities mentioned herein and/or its derivative at any time, regardless of (and possibly contrary to) the content of this article.

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The primary purpose of this blog/forum is to attract new contacts with professional industry expertise to share research and receive feedback (confirmation / refutation) regarding my investment theses.


10 thoughts on “Going LIVE from Budapest @ Noon (Eastern Time)!

  1. Thanks Mark for your efforts. I was at ML for 18 years WFA for 8 (currently) Finding fundamental consistent analyst that you can count on are few and far between. Doesn’t mean you always have to be right just that you’re playing by the same rules all the time. Which results and being right / wealthier overtime.


    1. Hey, great to see/meet another professional here. As one of the few reasons I do this, so welcome!

      Totally agree with what you’re saying too. Hope more folks will catch on to that. I’ve made some great contacts by doing this over the past nine years and hope to keep that rolling. Cheers!


      1. I get what you are trying to do Anything else I can do for the cause let me know I’m right up the street and Jupiter FL.


        1. Just teaching the masses, building the troops, and collaborating on good boots-on-the-ground fundamental research.

          Anything you think you can do in those regards would be great! 😇


  2. If only we could find the recipe for super cakes! Joking aside though, that message was really informative. Follow the recipe, don’t focus on lost money and stick to your plan.

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      1. The mentality of “making your money back” was a big lesson learned for me a few years ago… I made 200% in my portfolio that year and got so greedy, I didn’t pay the IRS tax bill right away. Instead I thought I could keep making money between January and April. It started by losing a little money – but I had to “make back” what I lost and time was ticking to pay tax man in April so I took some risk to make it back – lost that – then took greater risk – lost more – and took even greater risk… all because I was addicted to making 10% a month for 24 straight months and could not accept the reality that I lost money. I had to make back THAT money and get back to my “peak”. As a result, I lost literally everything and I still owe the IRS a ton of money. Building my wealth back up the last couple years but that experience was invaluable. It allowed me to take the loss on HMNY without feeling pressured to make it back. As you said, when it’s gone, it’s gone. Start each position fresh without respect to past performance in other areas. Was a tough lesson but sometimes you have to experience things first hand to learn the rules and be more disciplined.


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