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Is AAPL going eat RIMM for lunch?

By Eric Hale / March 30, 2010

The Apple iPhone (AAPL) on Verizon (VZ) is a match made in heaven. The single biggest objection to getting an iPhone is that it’s on AT&T (T). (Is AT&T really that bad? I have had it for years and don’t mind it.) Nonetheless, people have screamed to get the iPhone […]

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Out of Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-B)

By Greg Jensen / March 26, 2010

I am out of BRK-B today, no offense intended Mr Buffet. 🙂 The stock looks like it is turning over and there isn’t enough premium in short call options to make the adjustment worth the effort. The typical trade adjustment would have been to add some short call options and […]

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Portugal debt is downgraded by Fitch

By Jeff McAllister / March 24, 2010

Gadzooks! Portugal debt is downgraded by Fitch! Um, excuse me, but isn’t that old news??? Here’s the thing, this market has trended higher and higher and higher. At some point it needs to take a rest. A pullback of 10 – 15% here would be a healthy thing for the […]

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Greece debt and the European Union

By Jeff McAllister / March 22, 2010

So, the futures looked ugly… Greece debt is moving to the forefront of the EU’s radar. All of the European markets are down about 1%… Sure looked like it was going to be an ugly day. And then there was the discussion of the passage of the Health Care Bill. […]

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Greece debt and the European Union

By Jeff McAllister / March 22, 2010

So, the futures looked ugly… Greece debt is moving to the forefront of the EU’s radar. All of the European markets are down about 1%… Sure looked like it was going to be an ugly day. And then there was the discussion of the passage of the Health Care Bill. […]

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Learn the Right Tools for Stock Market Success – by Greg Jensen

By Greg Jensen / March 17, 2010

Learn the Right Tools for Stock Market Success by Greg Jensen Your skill with assessment and trading tools will enable you to change direction with the stock market and chart a path to more consistent profits. You’ve been closely following XYZ stock on your watch list. You have conducted extensive […]

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Adjusting your Collar Trade by Greg Jensen

By Greg Jensen / March 17, 2010

The Collar Trade is an options strategy that offers low-cost downside protection, but you must give up some potential upside profit. Placing the trade’s options in different expiration months may improve returns. The market’s recent slide rattled traders, especially those who wanted to join the party and bought stocks just […]

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Stop using “Stop Loss Order” by Eric Hale

By Eric Hale / March 17, 2010

Stop using “Stop Loss Order” by Eric Hale Among stock traders, a common approach to limit risk is to implement a stop loss order. This is an order placed with your broker to sell a stock if it falls below a certain price. It can be an effective way to […]

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