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We must protect this house!!

  • Author: svermeesch
  • Ticker: UA
  • Trade Opened: Jan 27, 2015

Under Armour has been consistently growing its market share with 4 years of earnings growth of 26% for the last three years. It’s estimated quarterly report is at 30% EPS growth. The technical indicators show a solid base and its volume is on an upswing indicating institution buying.

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Downside in Tesoro, as it plays catch-up to other refining stocks (TSO)

  • Author: eatlovetrade
  • Ticker: TSO
  • Trade Opened: Dec 10, 2014
  • Trade Closed: Jan 14, 2015

My last post back in May of this year proved to be on the mark, as Energy stocks topped out and have been on a steady decline as the drop in oil prices has gained momentum.
Not all energy names have been participating in the drawdown until recently, and the one I think that is on the verge of . . .

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Banks and Oil

  • Author: John Jagerson
  • Ticker: xlf
  • Trade Opened: Jan 14, 2015

Several of the biggest stocks in the financial sector are reporting this week and next. Even if the initial reaction is positive, there are some serious problems on the horizon that are outside the control of even the largest of these firms. We have previously discussed the issues with low interest . . .

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Is Fire Eye (FEYE) undergoing a bullish change of character?

  • Author: eatlovetrade
  • Ticker: FEYE
  • Trade Opened: Jan 12, 2015

Fire Eye (FEYE) is a cybersecurity firm that has had its share of ups and downs (in stock price). The company has been spending tremendous amounts of money on R&D and is generating strong revenue, but has been very bad at meeting/beating earnings estimates. 2014 saw shares fall from a high of . . .

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Bullish on EXAS

  • Author: NancyR
  • Ticker: exas
  • Trade Opened: Jan 7, 2015

EXAS has developed a stool test for detecting colon cancer. It has received approval for coverage by Medicare and by several other health insurance carriers. The test could potentially replace screening colonoscopies (for which the Affordable Care Act has mandated coverage), an option that would be . . .

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Long Term Careless

  • Author: John Jagerson
  • Ticker: gnw
  • Trade Opened: Jan 7, 2015

Companies that provide insurance for Long Term Care (LTC) are required to keep a ‘reserve’ available for claims. The requirement makes sense if you consider the vulnerability of policy holders when they need to make their claim. Imagine what would happen if your mother, father, or spouse needed . . .

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