Joined Jan 27, 2008
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What’s Better Than Twitter?

$TWTR is one of my favorite stock ideas here, as I’m sure many would agree. I jumped back in the name on Friday, and today the stock looks ready to break higher.

$43.48 is the recent high, then it’s a B line to $48. Above $50, and we get to make a run back to all-time highs near the iPO, $74.73.

With the most powerful man, The President of The United States, as Twitter’s biggest supporter, and the elections coming up, how can you not like $TWTR here? #LONG

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Two New Buys; Bulls Need To Defend lows

I added two longs this morning as the bulls are starting to lay a foundation along the 200 day moving average. Yesterday’s low now becomes an important area to defend for the bulls. Should the bears take out the lows, we could be in for a much deeper decline.

So far today, I like what I am seeing. I’ve added both $TWTR & $TWLO to the portfolio. I’m also eyeing another trade in $SLB, but oil needs to show me something here.

What are you guys buying here?

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Crash Talk

Well, did you abandon ship today? Are you cash heavy? Do you know the circuit breaker rules? Let’s crash the market.

The Dow was down 800 points as you all know, and the 2s & 10s got a little inverted, giving us an early signal that a recession is on the horizon. The futures are up a bit this evening, but it is a long night. I myself have a nice cash position and find myself patiently waiting in the bushes.

I do think we need to see some more extremes before we bottom, and the 200 day moving average seems to be in trader’s sight for the S&P 500. That said, I don’t believe this is the end of the cycle. This move lower will be the fuel we need for the Euphoria rally that you don’t want to miss. I can only pray we are down big tomorrow at the open as my shopping list is just about complete.

One stock that I really want to bulk up on in a panic situation is $DIS. What are your go-to stocks here? You need to be thinking about them, because when we turn it will be lightening fast– be ready.

On a big down day, here are your top hybrid movers to review from Exodus. As always you can follow along with my trades in the Exodus chat room. The Fly has been absolutely on fire there with his overnight hold selections. You should be there.


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Here’s A Look At The Very Best Stocks: Weekend Top 50 (Sponsored by Exodus)

Here’s your weekly look at the top 50 ranked stocks inside iBC’s trading software, Exodus. The following names lead the way in terms of their overall hybrid score, meaning their combined financial & technical score. Also, every name on this list maintains positive free cash flow, meaning these companies actually make money.

I’ve imported the top 50 names for your viewing pleasure, this week’s TOP 50 can be found HERE. Note: We have some oil stocks making the list this week due to the sub rosa score moving higher, thanks to the push late in the week from the commodity. Your top ten in ranking can be found below:

Have a good weekend all!

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Some Momentum To Chew On

The market is having yet another solid Green Day as men who got short start covering bets. Earnings continue to help the bullish picture, but also make for a dangerous playing filed. I find myself sitting idle for the most part, giving time for more chart patterns to setup.

While I wait, here’s a look at the momentum screen inside Exodus. I’ve imported today’s full list to finviz for your viewing pleasure: CLICK HERE FOR CHARTS

Tickers of interest here include: FB, JD, NVDA, TSLA, STNE, & ERX

As always, you can follow my intraday activity inside our Exodus chat room. And, don’t forget, $TTD, $UBER, $DBX earnings after the bell.

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Abandon Ship?

That was the text the came through this afternoon from my younger brother, “Abandon Ship?” He was referring to his positions in his IRA, wondering if it is time to sell his stocks. My reply was, “I’m not sure.” With Interest rates falling, where else will people go for yield? But, with stocks just off all-time highs and currency wars at hand, now is not the time to be a hero.

A lower open likely gets ugly fast as people ponder this question, then Abandon ship. So watch for things to get fast should we see a red open. A green open likely gets sold as well, so I’m not looking to sink my teeth in a bunch of oversold plays. Also, we are still in earnings season, here are a few notable companies reporting:


Here’s your Monday Momentum screen, littered with inverse ETFs:


Bulls need to hold the line here:

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