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Some Oversold Stocks To Watch, And One Weed Stock To Buy For The IRA

I joked around inside Exodus today saying that $FAZ has the best chart in the whole market, a bull flag. For those unfamiliar with $FAZ, it is the inverse ETF that tracks the financials, and gives you 3X leverage on downside.

In a rising rate environment I don’t understand why the financials are having so much trouble here. Is there another shoe to drop? Or is this the dip to buy in the financials as we head into 2019?

I don’t know, and would love to hear some feedback in the comment section. One thing is for certain, tomorrow we likely test the recent lows, so buckle up. Just take a look at the recent action here:


Some names to watch should we see a bounce in the financials are $JPM & $WFC, both of which landed on our oversold screen today. Some other names to watch from that screen include:

As for momentum, the shippers had it today, along with the following tickers from our MOMO Screen:


Do we bounce tomorrow? Your guess is as good as mine. I will say this though, if you are looking for a good weed stock to tuck away, you may get a gift should $CGC continue to pull in here. I don’t care what “Seeking Alpha” says. Keep it on watch.

See you guys at the open.

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Stocks Pummeled To Start Q4; Here Are Your Top Ranked Names

The weekend is here and we all get a chance to breathe and survey the damage. It’s amazing to see how many stocks are down 10% from highs since the month began, the damage is widespread, and even gold is trying to bottom. So where do we sit now?  Well, Monday should be pretty telling, so for now, it’s wait and see.

While we wait, let’s take a look at the strongest stocks currently. Here’s a look at the 100 top ranked names inside Exodus. The following names have the highest combination of fundamental and technical scores inside our Exodus Algorithm. This is raw data, with zero filters; CLICK HERE FOR THE TOP 100.

My favorites to watch this for the week include:

It should be another fun week inside the trading room, make sure to stop by as we look to trade a few of these setups. See you guys Monday morning…

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Turnaround Tuesday Didn’t Happen

Everyone was looking for the face ripping rally today, especially with it being Tuesday, but we didn’t get it. And, being that we didn’t get it, the market becomes a little more venerable as we hang around important moving averages.

Take a look at the small cap index, the $RUT, sitting on the 200 Day Moving Average:

And, the S&P 500 index sits right on 50 Day Moving Average:


I, myself. am looking for a dip to buy, and I have a bunch of  statistics inside Exodus to help with the decision making process. Take a look at this screen below, which flags stocks that are being oversold:


I will be watching $GOOGL tomorrow for a possible option trade. I also like the idea of buying any and all weakness in $ROKU. And, $SNAP under $7, you have to be long for a $SNAP back.

Exodus members save the oversold screen HERE, and stay tuned for an option trade setting up here in $GOOGL:


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SnapChat CEO, Even Spiegel, Unloads Profitability Report In The Face Of Negative Downgrades

Thank You Mr. Spiegel, for putting two very bright analysts in their place today with your profitability update. I had to fend off short sellers all day today, thanks to another downgrade from Citigroup this morning. I’ve heard many outlandish statements over the past few days from the $SNAP bearshitters, some even mentioning bankruptcy for the company. I swear Mr. Elon Musk is right, these bears are “unreasonably maligned”.

You see $SNAP is an epidemic, just like Fortnite, to these kids– and now adults. This isn’t your next $GPRO. There is a reason why Mr. Spiegel has turned down multiple billion dollar buyouts. Here are some notes from $SNAP, now trading back over $8 in after-hours:

Snap Inc. (SNAP) shares rose in the extended session Thursday after a memo from the chief executive that set a goal of profitability for the full year of 2019. According to an email published by Cheddar (https://cheddar.com/videos/snap- ceo-evan-spiegel-company-memo-on-2019-strategic-goals-and-profitability), CEO Evan Spiegel said that Snapchat’s parent company was “executing toward our stretch goal” of a break-even final quarter of 2018, and had set full-year profitability for 2019 as an objective. In the long email celebrating the 7th anniversary of the launch of Snapchat, Spiegel acknowledged a difficult experience in redesigning the app in 2018, and established a priority on messaging for the company moving forward.

See you short sellers tomorrow. Good day.

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Midweek Momentum

Here’s a look at over 100+ stocks closing near the highs of the day today, all of which come straight from our momentum screen inside our Exodus platform. I’ve imported today’s results for your viewing pleasure: CLICK HERE FOR CHARTS

Charts in focus here include:


Members make sure to save and bookmark screen HERE.

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Late Night Poll: Do You Believe Brett Kavanaugh Is A Rapist?

That title was just to get you to click on this post, but while we are at it, let’s vote:

Do You Believe Brett Kavanaugh Is A Rapist?

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Forget politics. What I really want to know is how you guys are feeling on the current market environment as we close 2018. Bullish or bearish? Vote below:

Are you Bullish On The Market As We Close 2018? Or Bearish?

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