It’s easy. Go to Slope’s Woulda Shoulda Coulda page. Punch in the ticker JKHY with a purchase date of 1/1/1990 (thirty years ago) and a purchase amount of a very reasonable $10,000. Not a huge amount. Something most of us surely could have scrapped together. And then weep at the results.
Twenty. Five. Million. Dollars. It puts even Amazon to shame. You say you had $100,000 to invest? Cool. That’s a quarter BILLION bucks.
You’re probably saying the same thing I am: Jack WHO? It’s these guys:
Pretty incredible, isn’t it? And their market cap, even now, is just $12 billion, which isn’t much more than the disgraced Nikola Motors.
Trader, Software Developer, Charting Geek, Bloggger
Tim Knight has been charting and trading since 1987. His first stock trade was, in fact, on October 19, 1987 – the day of the crash – which perhaps goes a long way explaining his disposition toward bearishness. He has been involved in personal computers since late 1979 and, starting at age 16, began writing a couple dozen books about using and programming computers. His most recent writing has been focused on charting and the history of financial markets, including his newest books, Panic, Prosperity, and Progress, and, more recently, Silicon Valley Babble On.
He has been running Slope since March 29 2005 and has, during that time, written more than 20,000 posts on the site.
M4 Insiders have a very unique pricing offer that Barry negotiated with Tim. A Diamond-level Slope of Hope membership for 40% off retail pricing AND it comes with a 14-day trial. If you are already a paid-up M4i member, you can get the exclusive members-only link within our Bulletins & Updates page.
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