Sunday, March 25, 2012

Long trade ideas for the Week ahead

Here are four stocks I follow that hit my buy screen on Friday.  I also noted my buy/stop and sell targets so you know where my head is on these stocks.  I am already long GLD with calls and AGQ (Thursday) as I trade these more aggressively than I post. I only want to share my high probability set ups based on my system, and I have the luxury of being in front of my computer and can flip or hedge a trade in a moments notice.  I will take the GORO and XRA trades as those buy stops are hit. I move my stops as needed.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Buy Candidates for the Week ahead

All of these stocks have hit my buy signal on Friday and in the case of UCO, expecting it by Monday/Tuesday.  The food and Oil Services names I have pointed out in the immediate prior posts are performing as expected.

My buy signals since Christmas (when I started the service) on all reported (64)trades (buy and sell in real time to my clients) are up 93%, and in the trade an average of 7 calendar days. Detail spreadsheet available per request.  If interested in joining, you can click on the button to the right.  Have a great week.

Monday, March 12, 2012

Food for Thought

Food stocks seem to ready for the next move higher.  Consider these three:

Thursday, March 1, 2012

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MTL and GTE still look good

These two stocks look like they are ready for more upside.