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Buy the Bounce in Oil Services (OIH)

05/10/2015 Uncategorized  No comments


Last Friday, stocks staged a powerful comeback after an initial weak reaction to the September jobs report, which came in below expectations. While the entire market rose on Friday, some of the most notable rallies occurred in parts of the market that saw the most pain over the past three to 15 months.

To wit, energy-related stocks such as oil services stocks — as represented by the Market Vectors Oil Services ETF (OIH) — surged 5...

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Why AAPL stock is too heavy to tackle right now

29/09/2015 Uncategorized  No comments


Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) shares closed on Monday about 16% off their year-to-date highs — not a major drop in the bigger picture, but investor sentiment (according to my proprietary readings) remains worryingly high. To be sure, even with Monday’s 2.6% drop in the S&P 500, AAPL stock “only” shed 2%.

Ultimately, however, the dynamics of Apple stock’s large market cap and presence in just about everyone’s portfolio stands a good chance of weighing on AAPL stock more in the near to medium...

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Shorting the Nasdaq 100

29/09/2015 Uncategorized  No comments


Serger Berger is looking to sell short the Nasdaq 100 after the index Friday saw a bearish reversal that took bulls by surprise.

Going into Friday, the overnight markets seemed upbeat after rather hawkish comments from US Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, Berger says. But by the time cash markets opened on Friday, the mood quickly soured and the Nasdaq 100 ended up closing in red, he adds.
Berger says this reversal is worth taking note off and sees as an indicator for further weakness in the...
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22% profits in NFLX short call spread for The Steady Trader members

21/09/2015 Uncategorized  No comments

nflx spread profits

Last Friday our out of the money short call spread trade in NFLX expired worthless, meaning we got to keep the full $1.10 credit we took in when opening the trade. Net profits on the model portfolio was 22% on this trade, or $220. Well done to all that participated.


nflx spread profits

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