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Jacob Wolinsky

Founder and CEO of ValueWalk.com (the “Site”) is a web site owned by VALUEWALK LLC, a New Jersey limited liability corporation. I am the former VP of business Development of SumZero, LLC, the world’s largest community I have prior experience in a value based pe firm focused on PIPE transactions in micro-cap companies, and at a value based research firm, which focused on smid caps.

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    This thread is closed for Tim and Jim. I will not approve your comments, so don’t bother trying.

  • Jacob Wolinsky

    NOTE TO READERS: I am sorry about this I thought auto approve for comments was turned off. I do not have time to go through the old comments but for future comments they must be civil or they will be edited or not approved. Debate is fine and encouraged, but personal attacks are not allowed on this site.

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    What is unusual about short selling in a bull market? Most value investors do best during a bear market. I fail to see how that is something exceptional. Your covestor account is a joke. They don’t even know how to properly calculate a gain over there. That’s exactly my point when I said, “your track record is different depending on who’s keeping track of it.”

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    thats cool just dont spew lies like you’ve been doing and i wont rip on your incompetence to do proper due diligence

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    dude u say i’m wrong most of the time, prove it…u can see all my trades for 11+ years and it says i’m actually right 70%+ of the time…u say i dont read sec filings and yet i have a specific 10 hour DVD dedicated to how i dig through sec filings…i dont waste time with grammar or coherence when i’m talking to someone incapable of telling the truth…now go learn before i discipline u

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    I have little interest in paying attention to anything you do Timothy; other than for pure amusement.

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    I think your ego has fried your brain to the point that you can’t even put together a coherent sentence above a 5th grade comprehension level. Truly sad. You’re a train wreck waiting to happen child.

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    haha my bad, perhaps u should pay closer attention to my research reports where i pick SEC filings apart instead of making your ignorant assumptions…when u come around, apology accepted, most people are dubious of my strategy, in the end they all come around

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    PS my learn to read SEC filings DVD is 10.5 hours and in most every DVD i go over how to spot red flags…your lack of due diligence sickens me, you should be a penny stock CEO

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    you are not a value investor, they are known for doing research…when you make ignorant statements like “You make DVD’s concerning subjects you don’t even know anything about.” you’re proving yourself to be incompetent…after 12 years of trading u really dont get that i understand and have learned and have taught a ton about penny stocks? man, there are some crazies in the market, but u take the cake, thanks again for the case study!

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    Here’s your original post:

    “PS its not my ego that made me #1 2003-2006, its a little firm called barclays u dumb piece of crap.”

    There’s only one company known in the world as “barclays”. Pay close attention to the “s”.

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    interesting, so u dont consider the dozens of other firms in my category to matter? hmmmm…how about the fact that my strategy has consistently put me top 10 on covestor out of 50,000+ traders and i’ve detailed EXACTLY how to turn 12k into $176k the past 3.5 years, again, short selling ina bull market…when will u come around, i’m curious how much research it takes?

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    Young man, I’ve a value investor from the school of Benjamin Graham. I don’t pay attention to paid promoters. I consider you a paid promoter. You couldn’t tie my financial shoe strings. You make DVD’s concerning subjects you don’t even know anything about. You couldn’t find the actual cash tax of a corporation if it was printed in red bold-face type.

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    man you’re too much, before u said i made up the #1 rank, now u know the firm that ranked me, congrats, you’re improving! i NEVER said it was the british bank, i did say a firm ranked me #1…that said, show me another short selling hedge fund with positive returns 2003-2006, please do? you’ll learn i’m not the best trader, but i research damn well, go read my posts about QPSA, NXTH AENY, SPNG, MSEH, STVI KNKT all before htey dropped 50%, go educate yourself for once

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    There you go again Timmy. No, “Barclays” didn’t not rank you #1 from 2003 – 2006, nor did they even rank you period. It was Barclay Hedge, an Alternative Investments Database and Metrics firm based out of Iowa that ranked you; NOT the big British bank. There’s that ego of yours again. Always trying to prove that you’re something you’re not.

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    wow man, so yours basing your hate off me from an interview? have u read any of my 4000 blog posts, i have an entire DVD called how to read sec filings, you’re confusing 2 separate things…in trading paid pumps, the filings dont matter, just the paid promotion which will inevitably end…i also trade real companies…go and study my blog posts before u waste my time again, i will remind you, you’re basing your arguments on pure ignorance…this is why people like u are great for me, its your people who believe these paid promotions because u EXEMPLIFY the problems with jumping to conclusions without doing any proper research…all my best students hate me at first because theyre ignorant like u, then they dig and they’re surprised…welcome aboard you dumb piece of crap, its inevitable that you’ll get wiser, cant go any lower form where u are now lol

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    It’s easy to be categorically #1 when you’re the ONLY one in competition with yourself in that category. :) You crack me up. My time has expired. I’m dedicating way too much time to you…and for free. Good day Timothy.

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    It’s impossible for you to be a financial educator. You don’t know anything about “finance”. You may be an educator on how to trade off of a pattern. But that has nothing to do with “finance”. Finance consists of numbers – mathematics. You stated in an interview once that you don’t care about the company, you only care about trading off the pattern. That’s why you rarely know the names of the companies you invest in and only remember their stock symbol. When’s the last time you read a 10-K from cover to cover? I read approximately 500 of them per year – cover to cover. That’s finance, not watching pretty little blinking lights flash on a computer screen. Some of your stocks go up and just as many go down. Mine ALL, except for one in the last 5 years, go up.

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    PS its not my ego that made me #1 2003-2006, its a little firm called barclays u dumb piece of crap

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    the 2% is TERRIBLE! i’ve written several blog posts detailing what i did wrong and how i was still #1 rated short bias hedge fund manager…the reason i bring it up is because u havent researched me at all and yet u were biased against me for some reason thinking i’m “usually wrong”…i’d love to know why u think such falsities…whats funnier is that u dont realize i’ve been making roughly 100% each of the past few years after i learned form my hedge fund losses…my god, u actually think this is ego while in fact i just enjoy outting incompetent people…u sir are truly incompetent, congrats, you exemplify the kind of idiocy int he stock market, keep responding this is a great blog post!

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    I fail to see how you producing an averaged annual return of 2% for your hedge fund as being “always right”. I’m not impressed. Your adolescent dialogue doesn’t lend credence towards your cause.

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    Yes, in your world you’re always #1 aren’t you :). Your ego is self destructive. It doesn’t matter “how” you invest. The goal is the same – to make money. One could have earned more in a money market account and some standard savings accounts than 2% per year during the same period 2004 – 2007. Nonetheless, your ego is so insecure that you’ll find a way how to convert that 2% into you being #1. :) You bore me. Intellectually and otherwise. Have a good afternoon. You and Charlie Sheen…”winning”. LOL.

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    EXACTLY, u make blanket statements without researching…had u done the slightest research u’d see i’m not usually wrong, i';m usually right and that yes i am a financial educator..so stop with the BS and say thank you you little bitch

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    correct, except i was a short selling hedge fund in a bull market so i was #1…oh my god man, u really havent done any research on me at all? what a waste of time, why cant any of my haters be competent?

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    No, I haven’t researched because I don’t care. You sell video’s and website subscriptions. You’re not a finance educator.

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    2% per year? That would be close to the bottom of the spectrum in the hedge fund world. In those years, most mutual funds were doing better than 2%.

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    actually just $2.5 million in profits if u did any research, but no, u didnt…when u say i’m usually wrong and fail to prove it, i’ll treat u like the little bitch that u are…no time for liars, backup your statements or shutup and let real men write and educate everyone

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    You can trust me when I say, you’ve never taken a dollar out of my pocket friend. Matter of fact, no one ever has. Enjoy your ego Timmy.

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    “Troll”, another adolescent term used by a 30+ year old boy. Not impressed. $3.5 M, at best, doesn’t constitute you being a “lion”. A “cub” would be closer to the truth. There’s more issues at hand with the company that this particular situation. For example, it should be looked into why the company lists a deferred cost as an asset, why the company is making loans to the CEO’s brother using shareholder money, how the company uses FIFO accounting policies, etc. Nobody attacked you until you started speaking like a child. One thing we can agree on, you’re definitely in a league all by yourself. Not the kind of league I’m interested in being in.

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    haha okay troll…either you prove your profitable or not, but dont u dare attack a consistently profitable and transparent trader when u cant deal with obstacles i face every day…this is why snakes dont deserve to talk to lions, go back to your hole, youre welcome for the time i’ve allotted to you

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    Tim, my track record was well known up until I decided to make it private because so many people on Covestor were copying my buys, it made it hard for me to finish accumulating my positions. I’m not interested in nor feel the need to compare portfolio’s. It would serve no purpose other than to brag and I’m not into that type of adolescence. Warren Buffett himself isn’t anywhere close to being transparent, but he has about 100 times the integrity of a man than you’ve got. So, your transparency serves only your ego and is completely useless to me.

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    you understood what i meant and i will argue with trolls all day long because people like u should prove my point of what kind of freaks there are in penny stocks…okay i’m a boy not a man, u got me, hahahaha….thank you for your ignorance, incompetence and lack of performance, without guys like u, veteran traders wouldnt have the edge that we do, so thank u, dont ever change!

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    Doesn’t look like he has thus far – and lucky for him. I have no problem. You made a factual error in your initial comment and I corrected you. You now want to do what Timothy Sykes is known for…argue. That’s because you haven’t became a man yet.

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    haha u think this is ego? u say i’m wrong most of the time, not gonna back down from a piece of crap internet troll when u dont prove yourself…whether the shares become unrestricted or not anytime soon, my point is the media hyped this story up because they though 50 cent was selling into his pumping…which in all likelihood he wasnt…media wrong…useless story…i’m sorry that u need to pick apart every single word i say, so troll, post your track record instead of ripping on someone 100% transparent…you’re welcome for my honesty, u dont deserve it

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    There’s absolutely no confusion on my end my childish little buddy. You have better things to do that sit here arguing with little ol’ me. You made a statement and you’re wrong and you’re so insecure that your ego is fighting to prove that you’re important which is why you always try to flip the conversation into irrelevant subject matters. The original statement you made was:

    “did he sell the shares? No, they’re restricted for years. c’mon don’t be such a dope”.

    Some how, you’ve been able to twist that initial comment into: “I did this, I did that, I, I, I, Me, Me, Me”.

    You’re what, about 30 years old now Timmy? Time to grow up and realize – nobody gives a chit about you. Go peddle some books. You don’t even read the financial statements of companies so you wouldn’t know anything about warrant having restrictions and what those restrictions are. You just talk because you enjoy the sound of your own voice and those kinds of people have very little of value worth listening to.

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    did he sell his shares? NO, whats your problem dude?

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    haha u can see ALL my trades on my site over 12 years…track record doesnt change, i show audits and tax returns, hedge fund finished up 2% per year on average FYI

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    i went long hnhi in the 30 cent range, selling int he 40 cent range and shorted at 1.50ish, covering at 1.18ish for solid profits, u can see all my trades on my website so you’re not confused anymore little man

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    Reprint of Tim Sykes post (which he has a history of deleting when he’s proved incorrect.)

    Timothy Sykes said: “Zzzzzz did he sell the shares? No, theyre restricted for years, c’mon dont be such a dope”

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    Again, the point had very little to do with whether he “has or hasn’t” sold his shares because you made the comment that he “couldn’t”. Therefore, whether he can or can’t was the issue, not whether he has or hasn’t. In any event, it is a very weak argument to make that because they don’t even sell a product yet – he hasn’t sold his shares. Do you own shares of H&H?

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    I’m not arguing whether he “has or hasn’t” sold his shares. I was commenting on whether he “could”. You said he couldn’t for years and I corrected you. I couldn’t care less whether he sold them or not. An SEC investigation is absolutely worthy of this situation but they’ve been asleep for years. I’m not impressed with your “track record”. Your track record seems to change depending on who is keeping track of it. What was your “track record” when you operated a hedge fund?

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    haha i’m mistaken as usual? u can see my track record, lets see yours? also show me where 50 cent has sold his shares please

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    Schedule 13D

    “The securities reported on this Schedule 13D were acquired in a transaction between G-Unit and the Issuer pursuant to which G-Unit purchased 7,500,000 units (the “ Units ”), each consisting of: (i) one Share of Common Stock; (ii) one Series A-1 Warrant to purchase one share of Common Stock exercisable at $0.15 per share; (iii) one Series B-1 Warrant to purchase one share of Common Stock exercisable at $0.25 per share; and (iv) one Series C-1 Warrant to purchase one share of Common Stock exercisable at $0.50 per share (the Series A-1 Warrant, Series B-1 Warrant and Series C-1 Warrants, collectively the “ Warrants ”) at a price per Unit of $0.10, or an aggregate of $750,000. The Warrants expire three (3) years from the date of issuance and are redeemable by the Company at $0.01 per share, subject to certain conditions. The Series B-1 Warrant may not be exercised until after the Series A-1 Warrant has been exercised in full and the Series C-1 Warrant may not be exercised until after the Series B-1 Warrant has been exercised in full.”

    Apperantly ol’ Timmy was mistaken…as usual.

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    did 50 cent sell his shares into his tweets? 99.9% likely no considering the product isnt even out yet…my god, u guys are boring

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    SEC filing S-1/A has a table starting on page 34 that states:

    “All selling security holders listed below are eligible to sell their shares.”

    Below in the listing is G Unit, Inc. with 30,000,000 shares listed. Therefore it seems that Mr. Sykes is 100% incorrect (shocker) and that the various warrants and common stock purchased by G Unit, Inc. is not restricted and, as the above states, are eligible to be sold now.

  • http://twitter.com/ValuInvstrToday Jim Hodges

    I was looking at the latest PRE 14C filing for H&H and found something interesting. 50 Cent real name is Curtis James Jackson, III however, the 14C lists his name as Curtis E. Jackson, III. Also, Mr. Sykes, as usual, has his information only half correct. Out of the 30,000,000 shares that are owned by G Unit, Inc. (50 Cent) 7,500,000 of those shares are common stock. The rest are warrants and I highly doubt that they aren’t exercisable for year(S). It’s a rarity for a warrant to have an non-exercise period lasting more than 1 year.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks Tim!

  • http://www.timothysykes.com Anonymous

    Zzzzzz did he sell the shares? No, theyre restricted for years, c’mon dont be such a dope

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