How can Jubak continue to recommend CEMEX which he first began touting when it was at a lofty 28+ in May of 2008? The stock has done nothing except continue on down to a low of $3.16 in Sept 2011.
Anyone who purchased this stock on Jubak's advance has a huge loss!
I'm gonna agree with ruff33 & seterk. Not only clicking 12 times but repositioning just to read your BS.
And don't we all know it's just so you can expose more advertising space.
I like you Jim, but can't you just put it all straight down the page. I don't always like all your recommendations but you are as good a place to start researching as any other.
I wonder if your paying advertisers really believe we read all their stupid ads. You want my attention put a woman stripping on each page and maybe I'll keep clicking. Maybe, but I will tell you I prefer muff and I don't really like any pierced snappers.
If , why not just buy the actual physical gold and save yourself the counterparty risk?
The real question is whether gold mining and computer hardware will make a comeback this year. He seems to be betting heavily on industries that do not appear to others to be on the upswing.
Cemex has been up and down based on housing and construction demand. Again, you have to bet on the upturn in the housing industry to buy. Despite past losses on that stock, I still think it is his best pick.
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