COPA Septiembre 2011: "The Road"

MEJOR ANALISTA USA 2013: Harry Forever.

Harry Forever
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Tabla General

Postby Harry Forever » Mon Sep 19, 2011 9:06 pm

Para Financial John que siempre esta ansioso.....

1 El Rayo McQueen 167
2 Mundo Diez 135
3 Lulipiruli 133
4 Financial John 126
5 Pinchapasion 125
6 Ciro 119
7 Edu1 115
8 Jacobobolsa 113
9 Monumental 55 105
10 Flavio Gandolfi 103
11 La Novia de Mel 90
12 Harry Forever 88
13 Phantom 86
14 PAC 78
15 Alien Duce 57

Saludos a todos y buenos negocios nuevamente !!!
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Posiciones al 20 Septiembre 2011

Postby Harry Forever » Tue Sep 20, 2011 8:20 pm

Un Fantasma en la punta......

1 Phantom 2.74%
2 Pinchapasion (*) 2.64%
3 El Rayo McQueen 1.07%
4 Ciro -0.04%
5 Jacobobolsa -0.74%
6 Harry Forever -0.97%
7 Mundo Diez -2.79%
8 Edu1 -2.90%
9 Lulipiruli -3.02%
10 PAC (**) -6.31%
11 Financial John -6.32%
12 Flavio Gandolfi -6.64%
13 Monumental55 -10.34%

Saludos a todos y buenos negocios
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Postby Pinchapasion » Tue Sep 20, 2011 9:02 pm

sacame el (*) que renove cartera ahora! grax!
abrazos y vamos pincha!!!

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Posiciones al 21 Septiembre 2011

Postby Harry Forever » Wed Sep 21, 2011 7:40 pm

Pinchapasion con toda la pasion en la punta....

1 Pinchapasion 7.53%
2 Phantom 0.86%
3 El Rayo McQueen -0.04%
4 Mundo Diez -2.35%
5 Ciro -2.85%
6 Jacobobolsa -3.80%
7 Harry Forever -4.07%
8 Lulipiruli -6.56%
9 Edu1 -9.13%
10 PAC (**) -9.58%
11 Financial John -9.64%
12 Flavio Gandolfi -10.35%
13 Monumental55 -14.00%

Saludos a todos y esperamos que se recuperen los mercados maniana...
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Posiciones al 22 Septiembre 2011

Postby Harry Forever » Thu Sep 22, 2011 7:58 pm

Pinchapasion y un cambio de cartera a Short que le hara ganar el Torneo mensual....

1 Pinchapasion 14.06%
2 Phantom 4.05%
3 El Rayo McQueen -0.08%
4 Mundo Diez -3.13%
5 Lulipiruli -5.24%
6 Ciro -6.03%
7 Jacobobolsa -7.95%
8 Harry Forever -8.71%
9 Edu1 -14.62%
10 PAC (**) -15.52%
11 Financial John -15.66%
12 Flavio Gandolfi -15.67%
13 Monumental55 -20.78%

Saludos a todos y buenos negocios !!!

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Posiciones al 23 Septiembre 2011

Postby Harry Forever » Sat Sep 24, 2011 10:00 am

El Fantasma se apodera de la punta para disfrutar el fin de semana.

1 Phantom 15.22%
2 Pinchapasion 12.39%
3 El Rayo McQueen 6.74%
4 Lulipiruli -3.43%
5 Mundo Diez -3.53%
6 Ciro -4.48%
7 Harry Forever -6.74%
8 Jacobobolsa -7.87%
9 Flavio Gandolfi -11.89%
10 PAC (**) -13.23%
11 Edu1 -14.44%
12 Monumental55 -18.78%
13 Financial John -20.20%

Saludos a todos, y esperamos una recuperacion de la masacre.
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Posiciones al 26 Septiembre 2011

Postby Harry Forever » Mon Sep 26, 2011 9:05 pm

El Fantasma sigue punteando en un dia de recuperacion...

1 Phantom 14.09%
2 Pinchapasion 9.16%
3 El Rayo McQueen 4.51%
4 Lulipiruli 0.02%
5 Ciro -3.20%
6 Jacobobolsa -5.08%
7 Harry Forever -5.45%
8 Mundo Diez -6.82%
9 PAC (**) -10.08%
10 Flavio Gandolfi -10.48%
11 Edu1 -15.58%
12 Monumental55 -15.74%
13 Financial John -18.48%

Saludos a todos y buenos negocios.
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Posiciones al 27 Septiembre 2011

Postby Harry Forever » Tue Sep 27, 2011 8:14 pm

Pinchapasion vuelve a tomar la punta en un dia de rebote generalizado y violento....

1 Pinchapasion 8.09%
2 Phantom 6.75%
3 El Rayo McQueen -0.04%
4 Lulipiruli -0.35%
5 Harry Forever -2.97%
6 Jacobobolsa -3.45%
7 Ciro -3.75%
8 Mundo Diez -6.46%
9 Flavio Gandolfi -10.02%
10 PAC (**) -10.09%
11 Edu1 -13.79%
12 Monumental55 -14.83%
13 Financial John -16.33%

Saludos a todos y buenos negocios...

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Posiciones al 28 Septiembre 2011

Postby Harry Forever » Wed Sep 28, 2011 6:18 pm

Pinchapasion mantiene la punta y la esperanza.....

1 Pinchapasion 12.62%
2 Phantom 9.66%
3 El Rayo McQueen 2.10%
4 Lulipiruli -1.80%
5 Jacobobolsa -4.95%
6 Harry Forever -4.95%
7 Ciro -5.96%
8 Mundo Diez -6.86%
9 Flavio Gandolfi -11.65%
10 PAC (**) -14.03%
11 Edu1 -17.71%
12 Monumental55 -19.20%
13 Financial John -21.62%

Saludos a todos y buenos negocios....
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Posiciones al 29 Septiembre 2011

Postby Harry Forever » Thu Sep 29, 2011 8:47 pm

Pinchapasion comienza a pensar en el titulo de la copa de Octubre....

1 Pinchapasion 10.00%
2 Phantom 7.92%
3 El Rayo McQueen 0.70%
4 Lulipiruli -0.89%
5 Harry Forever -2.68%
6 Jacobobolsa -3.33%
7 Ciro -5.75%
8 Mundo Diez -6.54%
9 Flavio Gandolfi -12.35%
10 PAC (**) -12.52%
11 Edu1 -17.31%
12 Monumental55 -17.65%
13 Financial John -18.94%

Saludos a todos y a seguir con los buenos negocios...
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Posiciones finales al 30 Septiembre 2011

Postby Harry Forever » Fri Sep 30, 2011 7:12 pm

Pinchapasion se impuso comodamente en el torneo de Septiembre y esperamos el nombre de la copa de Octubre...FELICITACIONES !!!!!
Phantom y El Rayo acompanian el podio con rendimientos positivos en un mes para el olvido. Felictaciones por la plata y el bronce.


1 Pinchapasion 14.13%
2 Phantom 5.99%
3 El Rayo McQueen 1.77%
4 Lulipiruli -2.77%
5 Harry Forever -4.80%
6 Mundo Diez -5.28%
7 Jacobobolsa -5.28%
8 Ciro -8.20%
9 Flavio Gandolfi -15.54%
10 PAC (**) -16.27%
11 Edu1 -17.16%
12 Monumental55 -20.71%
13 Financial John -21.89%

Saludos a todos y buenos negocios !!!
No se olviden de renovar cartera el lunes antes de la apertura.
Alguno que le avise a PAC asi no lo desafiliamos !!!!!
Que tengan muy buen fin de semana.
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Posiciobes Generales al 30 Septiembre...

Postby Harry Forever » Fri Sep 30, 2011 7:15 pm

1 El Rayo McQueen 159
2 Lulipiruli 140
3 Mundo Diez 138
4 Financial John 125
5 Pinchapasion 125
6 Ciro 112
7 Jacobobolsa 111
8 Edu1 110
9 Monumental 55 106
10 Flavio Gandolfi 104
11 Phantom 94
12 Harry Forever 90
13 La Novia de Mel 90
14 PAC 79
15 Alien Duce 57

El Rayo se perfila para campeonar?

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Postby lulipiruli » Sat Oct 01, 2011 7:56 am

Pincha, un paseo en salud lo tuyo, merecido oro.
Phantom y Rayo (acà tambièn) felicitaciones por el podio.
Saludos a todos

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Postby Pinchapasion » Sat Oct 01, 2011 9:22 am

Gracias a todos por los saludos!

El nombre de la copa de Octubre será Herbert H. Dow.

Ademas de haberme "ayudado" a ganar, he trabajado hasta hace muy poquito tiempo alli, durante 15 años!

Herbert H. Dow was born on February 26, 1866, in Belleville, Ontario, Canada. The Dow family remained in Canada for only six weeks after Herbert's birth, returning to their hometown of Derby, Connecticut. Dow's father, Henry Dow, was a mechanical engineer and, in 1873, accepted a position with Derby Shovel Manufacturing Company. Five years later, this company moved to Cleveland, Ohio. Henry Dow and his family accompanied the firm.
While still a child, Herbert Dow engaged in scientific experiments and invented numerous products with his father's assistance. Together, the two men designed a new turbine that the United States Navy utilized for years to power torpedoes. In 1884, Herbert enrolled in the Case School of Applied Science and studied chemistry.
While a student, Dow studied underground brine, a liquid substance leftover from no- longer existent oceans. He realized that numerous chemicals existed in the brine, and he tried to develop a way to extract them. He was first successful in extracting bromine, a compound used in sleep medicines and in the photography industry. Upon graduation from the Case School of Applied Science, Dow became a chemistry professor at the Huron Street Hospital College in Cleveland, Ohio. Here, he continued his research and, in 1889, developed a cost effective way to extract the bromine. He left his teaching position to start his own company, but the firm went bankrupt in less than a year.
Impressed with Dow's discovery, several associates helped him establish the Midland Chemical Company in Midland, Michigan. His cofounders wanted the company to focus on bromine production, but Dow hoped to extract additional minerals from the brine. As a result of this difference of opinion, Dow was fired. He returned to Cleveland, where he began the Dow Process Company. He quickly discovered ways to extract additional minerals from the brine, including bromine, chlorine, sodium, calcium, and magnesium. These compounds proved useful in a number of industries during this period, making Dow a wealthy man. He moved his company to Midland, Michigan, where he established the Dow Chemical Company in 1896. Eventually Dow Chemical absorbed the Midland Chemical Company.
By 1900, Herbert Dow had become one of the United States' leading scientists. He attained his first patent in 1889 and had received ninety patents by the early 1930s. Most of these patents dealt with chemicals. Dow, however, did face stiff competition in the economic arena. Germany dominated chemical production during this period. Dow, however, was able to sell some of his chemicals more cheaply than his German competitors. For example, Dow sold his bromine for thirty-six cents per pound, while German companies sold their bromine for forty-nine cents per pound. The German companies threatened to flood Dow's markets with more cheaply priced bromine to drive the American out of business.
Dow refused to succumb to German pressure to increase the price of his bromine. Rather, Dow began to sell his bromine for a cheaper price in Europe, hurting the profits of the Germans. The Germans retaliated by selling bromine to American business owners for only fifteen cents per pound. Undaunted, Dow purchased large quantities of the Germans' fifteen cent bromine and then resold it in Europe at twenty-seven cents, undercutting the German price on this continent by twenty-two cents! The Germans did not realize that Dow was behind the cheaper price in Europe. Even worse for the Germans, they repeatedly cut the price of bromine in the United States. Before long, bromine was selling for 10.5 cents in the United States, and Dow was continuing to repackage and sell this bromine in Europe for twenty-seven cents. After four years, Dow and the Germans finally negotiated an agreement. The Germans would no longer sell bromine in the United States, and Dow would not sell his bromine in Germany. The two sides would compete for customers in the rest of the world.

Dow continued to prosper with the outbreak of World War I. Germans had long dominated chemical production, and now, with trade temporarily ended with Germany, the United States had to find new sources to obtain chemicals. Dow expanded the Dow Chemical Company's products, producing new chemicals for explosives, pain relievers, and additional chemicals necessary during wartime. Following the war, Dow focused his energies on the automobile industry, producing light-weight parts for car engines that proved to be more fuel efficient. The Dow Chemical Company also improved gasoline.

Herbert Dow remained active in the company until his death from cirrhosis of the liver in 1930.
Herbert H. Dow, once said, “If you can’t do it better, why do it?” This is the attitude that has driven Dow people throughout its more than 100-year history.

Dow (NYSE: Dow) combines the power of science and technology with the “Human Element” to passionately innovate what is essential to human progress. The Company connects chemistry and innovation with the principles of sustainability to help address many of the world’s most challenging problems such as the need for clean water, renewable energy generation and conservation, and increasing agricultural productivity.

Dow’s diversified industry-leading portfolio of specialty chemical, advanced materials, agrosciences and plastics businesses delivers a broad range of technology-based products and solutions to customers in approximately 160 countries and in high growth sectors such as electronics, water, energy, coatings and agriculture. In 2010, Dow had annual sales of $53.7 billion and employed approximately 50,000 people worldwide. The Company’s more than 5,000 products are manufactured at 188 sites in 35 countries across the globe.

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Postby Financial_John » Mon Oct 03, 2011 7:37 am

Podio de lujo, mis felicitaciones a los tres....
Viva Estudiantes de La Plata!!!!


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