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Trump Trade Back On

The Trump trade appears to be alive and well today with $X, $AKS, $CLF toping today’s runner screen. Also, can we get a hand clap for VRX & $CARA? (See post here). $CARA continues to land on my runner screen.

Here’s a look at my favorite charts from today’s screen inside Exodus:

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Six Stocks To Watch This Week

Despite a lackluster day, Monday’s hybrid screen inside Exodus produced 200+ tickers to review tonight. For those interested in a little chart surfing on this fine summer evening, the full screen can be found HERE.

My favorite six names heading into the week include:

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Let’s watch for a breakout in $GM & $F, the charts are ripe and are both flagged by our Hybrid Algorithm. On strong oil, let’s see if $SM & $KMI can squeeze. As always, come join us inside the Chatroom (HERE), as we look to trade a few of these setups.

Off to finish watching the College World Series (Go Tigers)!

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A Look At The Top 100 Ranked Stocks Inside Exodus

Here is your weekly look at the top 100 ranked stocks inside Exodus. This week, I did not use any volume filters or free cash flow metrics, giving you a pure look at The Top 100 inside Exodus. I’ve narrowed this week’s list of names down to six of my favorite setups. Here’s what I will be watching this upcoming week:

For those interested in the full screen, with all 100 charts, it can be found HERE. Also, please note that the full list is sorted by volume not the actual ranking. Exodus Members can view the actual rankings HERE.

$SORL takes the number #1 spot this week.

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Tesla To Start Music Service To Bundle With Cars

The second half of 2017 is really starting to get interesting. First, Bezos decides he wants to take over the grocery industry, and now Musk wants the Music industry. You got to love how this super-villain story is playing out, as both try to take over the world. Here’s the latest news on Tesla entering the music business:

Tesla is talking to the music industry about creating its own streaming music service.

Music industry sources say the carmaker has had talks with all of the major labels about licensing a proprietary music service that would come bundled with its cars, which already come equipped with a high-tech dashboard and internet connectivity.

Label sources aren’t clear about the full scope of Tesla’s ambitions, but believe it is interested in offering multiple tiers of service, starting with a Pandora-like web radio offering. Read More From Recode

$TSLA continues to squeeze those who bet against it, up another 2% today:

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Huge Breakout Day For Solar Stocks

Take a look at the action in $TAN today, the ETF that tracks the solar stocks. Below you will find a weekly chart of the ETF springing higher off the 50 day moving average in textbook like fashion:

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And, there’s a lot of room to run judging by the volume pocket overhead (see chart below):

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From today’s runner screen, here are four long candidates within the solar industry that have potential to squeeze higher. I own the best of breed within the group, $FSLR:

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Twitter Brings Back Focus To Periscope

Searching all morning for news on $TWTR, I found this gem. Soon Twitter will start paying users to attract hearts to their channel. This is a big push to compete with the likes of Google’s YouTube & Snapchat. Here are the details:

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Twitter Inc (N:TWTR) plans on Wednesday to launch a system for people to earn money by streaming live on its Periscope service, a first for Twitter and a way for the company to try to compete with YouTube and others in the search for internet talent.

People watching Periscope will be able to send performers and broadcasters they like a gratuity using a variety of heart shapes that are, in effect, a virtual currency they can purchase, the company said.

Broadcasters who receive the equivalent of about $175 in “super hearts” will be designated “super broadcasters” and be able to cash out the money as earnings, the company said. READ MORE

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