Although people here like to put you down, I want you to know that I like you. I admire you drive and dedication. I find you antics quite amusing and although I have not nor would I ever act on any of you advice (I don't trade individual stocks, nor do I take tips) I believe that you do really want to help the average investor. If you were to incorporate the following advice into you show, you would in my opinion do your viewers a great service. 1) Price confirmation: Even if you are bullish on a stock for fundamental reasons wait for it to start moving up before buying. 2) Stop Loss: After waiting for price confirmation and entering a position always set a protective stop. Explain that risk management is the most important part of investing and that diversification among different stock will not necessarily protect you. (In a bear market most stocks move down). 3) Bear markets: There will be periods when the best advice you can give is sell all of you stocks and wait and or short the following stocks. If you are always long stocks, how can you do well in a declining market?