| A Stock's 4 Typical Phases:
TASR from 2003-2008
Updated 11/21/2008 (C) www.tigersoft.com
TASR is a smaller speculative stock. Its rise and fall were more exaggerated.
We call stocks like these "piffle stocks". They bubble up under promotion and
speculation. Then the bubble breaks and they come back down, often back to
very low prices, where they stay for years and years.
Tiger's Major Buy and Sell
Signals show you how to trade such a stock at:
|1: Take-Off - Note Bullish Blue Accumulation from Insiders & Big Money. (2003)
Note major TigerSoft Buys B10, B12, B20 and B24
2: As is Tops Out. See how Blue Accumulation turns to Red Distribution. (2004)
|3: As it Collapses. Red
Big-Money Selling and Distribution Dominates. (2005)
4. Base-Building lets Professionals Scalp It, Trading It Very Short-Term. (2007)
Use TigerSoft Buys and Sells and Closing Power trend-breaks.
Alternating Accumulation and Distribution
From 2006 to 2007, the stock was controlled by professionals who scalped
a living out of it by short-term trading. TIgerSoft quickly alerted users to how to trade
the stock. Note how Accumulation started to rise, as new rally developed.
| STAGE 2 (Rally) and STAGE 3
2007 Rally and Distribution Top
| Step 3
2008 Distribution Top and Decline
We see below the tremendous value of watching for trend-breaks in TigerSoft's Closing Power.
Sell Buy Sell