Sunday, June 26, 2016
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Is Today The Day For $TWTR Twitter?


Twitter has been showing signs of bottoming over the last few months as just about ever trader/Investor has given up on the name. The $LNKD deal, in my opinion, put a floor in $TWTR, and prices have been grinding higher ever since.

Today, $TWTR is back on the infamous runner screen within our software Exodus. The current technical pattern looks ripe for a breakout in prices, and I’m thinking we see $20 sooner than latter.

Here’s a look at today’s runner screen: CLICK HERE FOR CHARTS

Long $TWTR.

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Trade Ideas For Thursday


Straight from the runner screen inside Exodus, here are a few names to keep an eye on for Thursday’s trading session.

EXAS – A move above 10.75, Wednesday’s high, puts this one in motion. A move below 9.90 would completely take me out the trade:

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SA – I like this one with further strength in gold. Watch for a breakout above $14:

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KBH – This one keeps looking better and better the more you zoom out. Below you will find the 2yr chart of $KBH up against multi-year resistance. With further strength in the home builders, watch for a significant breakout in prices in the weeks to come:

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Shorter term timeframe, 9mo chart below:

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Wednesday’s full runner screen can be found HERE. Good luck trading fellas…

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Stocks To Watch Today


Here are a few tickers worth watching today, all of them coming straight from our hybrid screen inside Exodus. Meaning, the following names have had a change greater than 25% in their respective hybrid score. What is the hybrid screen? (HYBRID SCORE)

Today’s full screen has been imported to finviz for your viewing pleasure: CLICK HERE.

Charts on watch inside our trading room, 12631, include:

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Instagram Updates Monthly User Count


Instagram now has more than 500 million monthly active users, with the last 100M coming much faster than the previous 100M.

Also, over the last six months, aggregate time people spent watching video on the Facebook-owned platform increased 150%, according to the company (although it wouldn’t provide actual figures on video viewing). One big reason: Instagram’s expansion of the maximum video length from 15 to 60 seconds this spring.

Instagram is hitting on all cylinders with recent changes. $FB is up a half of percent on the news.

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Twitter Announces Twitter Engage & 140 second videos


Twitter users will be able able share longer videos and see longer videos on Vine.

The online social networking platform announced updates to its video products Tuesday, including extending its video limit from 30 seconds to 140 seconds, to make it easier and more profitable for creators to make videos.

It is all a part of Twitter’s effort to drive video viewing and consumption for the growing market of mobile video advertisements.

Other announcements include Twitter Engage, a new standalone app that will allow creators a way to monitor engagement and and get faster, more detailed analytics on how their Tweets are performing.


Twitter is up 1.65% in pre-market

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