I think the author takes a spaghetti approach to investment. He just throws a bunch of tickers at the wall and hopes 1 or 2 stick. Then he gloats about having called that stock way back when and ignores the other 15 failures.
From that article only 2 are up and only one is up any significant amount. The bulk are losers and in a big way. Most are down in excess of 80%. So, this leads me to my next question. When that author says he has a stock we should be watching, what is the reason we should be watching it?
Why are we watching these pinky tickers? Are we looking for class actions, reverse mergers, de-listings?