Going LIVE Tuesday @ 1:00PM (The Stock Market, All My Stocks, & All Your Q&A)!

It’s been about two weeks, so it’s time to go LIVE on YouTube!

This Tuesday (tomorrow) at 1:00PM ET, I’ll host a live update on the stock market, my top positions (long & short), and answer all your Q&A!


As usual, we need enough people (40) to make it worthwhile, so spread the word and tune in!

If you miss the live broadcast, be sure to check it out later. Cheers!

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4 thoughts on “Going LIVE Tuesday @ 1:00PM (The Stock Market, All My Stocks, & All Your Q&A)!

    1. Yup. I see no violation or worries there. Have to read those things carefully. Again, the CEO is the biggest shareholder, so there’s no need to wonder if they’re acting in our best interests. We’re all aligned.


  1. Hi Mark,
    Thanks again for your detailed coverage. I’m long and have a solid chunk in SMSI. Since last year I’ve been concerned with the negative reviews of their management from former employees. I’ve been on an equity committee of a profitable business that went bankrupt and the CEO was a top notch business man of integrity who treated his employees with the golden rule. But he made a fatal business mistake. Everyone needs oversight and I trust SMSI’s board of directors is actively involved.
    Best –


    1. I’m not concerned at all. Some of the best companies have disgruntled employees. It all depends on what kind of operation you run and how happy you need to keep your employees.

      Most of their employees are developers who are easily replaced due to the nature of how they do things there.

      Further, many of their former employees were let go because the areas in which they worked we’re not performing well in therefore got deemphasized.

      In short, I looked into this issue and determined that this isn’t the kind of company where we should put a high weighting on reviews from former employees.

      Remember, the key to combating confirmation bias is knowing how much weight to put into each individual data point.


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