April 19, 2018 by Dan • Trade Updates

Back on March 9th we took a look at the underperformance of Consumer Staples stocks, but specifically focused on Philip Morris International (PM), suggesting: The recent rise in interest rates clearly have stocks like PM, …

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April 17, 2018 by CC • Trade Updates

Yesterday we preview Netflix’s (NFLX) q1 earnings and detailed two trade ideas for those long the stock. One added leverage for a move higher in line with the implied move higher, the other was a …

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April 10, 2018 by CC • Trade Updates

Back on March 6th we checked in on the homebuilders via the XHB etf after a fairly sharp selloff in those stocks in late Jan through February. We saw the potential for the bounce to …

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April 6, 2018 by CC • Trade Updates

The semiconductor stocks have been a focus for us over the past few weeks as it seemed the entire space, and particularly some components of the SMH had gotten a little ahead of themselves in …

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April 2, 2018 by CC • Trade Updates

On March 1st, after the QQQ seemed to fail at a double top trading just below $167, we detailed a defined risk way to play for a retracement back towards the February lows: So what’s …

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March 28, 2018 by Dan • Trade Updates

Back in early March, we thought the broad market rally from the February lows was petering out, and rejection at the prior all-time highs in January would make for an attractive short entry. We had …

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March 28, 2018 by CC • Trade Updates

You could be forgiven in late January for thinking that 2018’s stock market would be no different than 2017. But there was something a little scary in how fast stocks ripped higher in the New …

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March 23, 2018 by Dan • Trade Updates

Last week when shares of Nike (NKE) were trading $66.50 we previewed their fiscal Q3 results (read here), and concluded: A beat and raise and stock on its way back to prior highs, near $70. …

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March 22, 2018 by CC • Trade Updates

We’ve been pretty critical about Facebook (FB) as a company over the past year and a half. After their fake news problem became obvious to everyone following the 2016 election, and their seemingly tone-deaf response …

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