Recent Winners


+180%
PLX
Alert Price: $0.36
High Price: $1.01
Results: 180% in 40 Days
+157%
OREX
Alert Price: $1.81
High Price: $4.65
Results: 157% in 36 Days
+91%
GBT
Alert Price: $15.85
High Price: $30
Results: 91% in 41 Days
+87%
ARIA
Alert Price: $12.72
High Price: $23.75
Results: 87% in 20 Days
+58%
XGTI
Alert Price: $1.47
High Price: $2.32
Results: 58% in 29 Days
+55%
EXAS
Alert Price: $15.10
High Price: $23.40
Results: 55% in 37 Days
+38%
EDIT
Alert Price: $18.24
High Price: $25.09
Results: 38% in 55 Days
+36%
CYNO
Alert Price: $48.25
High Price: $65.90
Results: 36% in 28 Days
+32%
EBS
Alert Price: $27.22
High Price: $35.88
Results: 32% in 6 Days
+27%
ICHR
Alert Price: $13.40
High Price: $17.04
Results: 27% in 22 Days
+23%
CNAT
Alert Price: $4.43
High Price: $5.45
Results: 23% in 3 Days
+23%
PEIX
Alert Price: $8.30
High Price: $10.25
Results: 23% in 12 Days
+21%
KATE
Alert Price: $15.40
High Price: $18.67
Results: 21% in 11 Days
+20%
REPH
Alert Price: $6.89
High Price: $8.25
Results: 20% in 11 Days
+20%
SN
Alert Price: $11.24
High Price: $13.46
Results: 20% in 15 Days
+16%
CX
Alert Price: $7.97
High Price: $9.30
Results: 16% in 10 Days
+16%
ACAD
Alert Price: $32.03
High Price: $37.09
Results: 16% in 26 Days
+15%
PVG
Alert Price: $7.17
High Price: $8.24
Results: 15% in 6 Days
+12%
OCLR
Alert Price: $8.49
High Price: $9.55
Results: 12% in 7 Days
+12%
ACET
Alert Price: $19.50
High Price: $21.93
Results: 12% in 26 Days
+12%
COW
Alert Price: $20.00
High Price: $22.42
Results: 12% in 26 Days
+11%
PLKI
Alert Price: $70.82
High Price: $79
Results: 11% in 5 Days
+10%
HWKN
Alert Price: $48.15
High Price: $52.90
Results: 10% in 14 Days
+9%
LLY
Alert Price: $67.61
High Price: $73.56
Results: 9% in 12 Days

Past results are not indicative of future profits. This table is accurate, though not every trade is represented.

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IPG Photonics Beats on Earnings and Revenue

February 14, 2017: IPG Photonics reports Q4 EPS of $1.39 versus the $1.29 estimate. Revenue also beat coming in at $280.1 million versus the $265 million estimate.

Dr. Gapontsev, CEO, said, “Looking ahead, we are building on strong momentum as we capitalize on new growth opportunities with existing and new OEMs and end users. (Read More….)

Stock Market Forecast For Week of December 19 2016

A weekly Saturday night financial show that attempts to predict market direction for the week ahead by looking at a variety of technical and fundamental indicators. This week’s show includes commentary on the Fed’s first and only rate hike in 2016, Eli Lilly’s long-acting Basal Insulin that’s now available in the US, takeover rumors circulating (Read More….)

The Big Guys Cash Out, The Little Guys Crash Out

The high yield debt chart is very troubling IMO. If we overlay the S&P 500 and the high yield debt chart, a huge bearish divergence is revealed. Check out this chart with the red line being the S&P 500 and the purple line being high yield debt.

High yield debt (purple) is nowhere near (Read More….)

No Fear – Bonds Point To A Bullish Stock Market

Traders get confused by price action in bonds relative to the stock market because of perma-bear websites like ZeroHedge. Folks, the most reliable signal for how bonds impact the stock market is very simple.

Look At Bond Prices

Your primary research into bonds should always start with bond prices first, then yields second. A bond (Read More….)

When Will the Stock Market Crash?

When I expressed caution to a trader last week and that the market exists to ruin the greatest number of amateur traders at any given time, the trader replied I don’t believe that. Another trader I expressed caution to about this market told me I have to just ride the wave higher.

Folks, your goal (Read More….)

SEC Approves Plan to Create Consolidated Audit Trail

Washington D.C., Nov. 15, 2016 — The Securities and Exchange Commission today voted to approve a national market system (NMS) plan to create a single, comprehensive database known as the consolidated audit trail (CAT) that will enable regulators to more efficiently and thoroughly track all trading activity in the U.S. equity and options markets.

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Microeconomics of the Monopoly

Donald Trump said he would block the AT&T and Time Warner merger if he becomes president, arguing that such media combinations leave too much power concentrated among too few companies. What Trump is describing is monopolistic behavior. As Bloomberg writes…

Trump also suggested he would favor a breakup of NBC and Comcast Corp., a merger (Read More….)

Stock Market Forecast For Week of November 14 2016

We pulled off an incredible victory of getting Donald Trump elected. Congrats guys, we did it. Now the first point of focus is the backward bending Laffer Curve. Thanks to the reckless policies of Democrats and Obama, the national debt is up to almost $20 trillion dollars. The horrible national debt leaves Trump with little (Read More….)

Question of the Week – Should the Chicago Stock Exchange Implement a Speed Bump?

Made famous by Michael Lewis’s book “Flash Boys,” the Chicago Stock Exchange plans to introduce a delay of 350 microseconds, or millionths of a second, on incoming trades. The idea is to thwart aggressive high-frequency trading strategies. The WSJ writes…

The Chicago exchange, which handles a sliver of U.S. stock-trading volume, says it wants to (Read More….)

Stock Market Forecast For Week of November 7 2016

For the week the S&P 500 fell -1.9%, the DJIA fell -1.5%, and the Nasdaq plunged -2.8%. Last week the VIX shot back above 20 to trade at levels not seen since the June Brexit vote. The S&P extended its longest losing streak since 1980 with its ninth consecutive decline on Friday.

Oil was (Read More….)

Tesla New Solar Roof Tiles Are A Game Changer

Tesla’s new solar roof tiles are incredible. Folks, this is disruptive technology at its finest. Check out a video of a roof with Tesla’s new solar tiles on it.

Tesla’s new solar roof tiles are a game changer IMO and here’s why. Homeowner Associations have rules on installing solar panels. You need to get approval (Read More….)

Macroeconomics Driving Over 75% Of Market Direction

We have been focusing a lot on macroeconomics over the past few months because global stock markets are increasingly driven by macroeconomic factors. Citi Research division did an excellent graph on how macroeconomics is increasingly driving market direction. In fact, more than 75% of market action can be explained by macroeconomic decisions by the (Read More….)

Microeconomics and Taxation

Most government revenue comes from the taxation of transactions and labor. Taxes impact both the supply and demand curves. Taxes cause a buyer to pay more for something and suppliers to receive less. The loss of value for both buyers and sellers is called the deadweight loss of taxation. Taxation has an enormous impact on (Read More….)

Stock Market Forecast For Week of October 24 2016

For the week the S&P 500 added 0.4%, the DJIA was flat, and the Nasdaq gained 0.8%.

It’s starting to look like the stock market is not going to crash this year. Back in July, I said I thought the market was going to crash and that the greatest probability of that crash was during (Read More….)

A Macroeconomic Analysis of ObamaCare

ObamaCare has created massive shortages within the healthcare sector. In cities, it is common to wait many hours before being seen as hospitals have a shortage of beds. Doctors have stopped taking new patients as they are overwhelmed by the numbers of people coming to see them. Let’s examine what happened from a macroeconomics perspective.

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Stock Market Forecast For Week of October 17 2016

For the week, the S&P 500 lost -1%, the DJIA fell -0.6%, and the Nasdaq dropped -1.5%. Last week, preannouncements from Honeywell, Dover, Ericsson, and Fortinet scared traders, along with a disappointing Q3 report from Alcoa. HP announced a cut of 3,000 to 4,000 jobs across all divisions because of challenging market conditions.

Friday’s solid (Read More….)

The Chart That Shows Why The S&P Is Very Sensitive To Rate Hikes

The S&P is more sensitive to rate hikes than at any time in US history because dividends and buybacks are at their highest levels ever.

Corporate dividends and buybacks of large US corporations are expected to exceed $1 trillion for the first time in US history.

Corporations are having to pay investors to hold (Read More….)

The Chart That Reveals What Is Taking Down The Stock Market

The stock market is being taken down by the rising US dollar. Check out the chart below of UUP and the S&P 500.

Our largest trading partner Canada is devaluing the Canadian dollar.

Our second largest trading partner China is devaluing the Yuan which is pushing up the US dollar. In overnight trading, (Read More….)

Hillary Clinton Bias Proven Wrong Today

The mainstream media and Donald Trump have been at odds for a long time. That’s not news. Every publication from the WSJ, Reuters, and Bloomberg show constant biases in the articles they publish.

As a result, a lot of traders, simply mimicked what they read in the mainstream financial media as if was a fact. (Read More….)

Trader Alert: SPX Money Flow Plunges

The Twiggs Money Flow on the S&P 500 has absolutely plunged. How is this market staying up?

Get Shorty Play Is On

Never underestimate the utter wickedness of institutional traders. The ‘Get Shorty’ trade is on. The way the trade works is that institutional traders stir up the bearish sentiment in the market by going out in the mainstream media and talking up doom and gloom.

In after-hours trading, they buy S&P futures causing the market to (Read More….)

SPX Bears Still On Top As Money Flow Falls AGAIN

The Bears strengthened their dominant position over Bulls today as evidenced by the falling money flow on the S&P 500.

No institutional buying was detected today on the TICK. Why isn’t the smart money buying and loading the boat on this market pullback?

The S&P 500 High Low index continues to plunge.

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Fed Puts Markets On Notice For Rate Hike

Fed’s Eric Rosengren was clear in his speech early Friday that rates need to be raised. Mr. Rosengren said that if we don’t raise rates soon, we could crash the economy. Mr. Rosengren said, “A failure to continue on the path of gradual removal of accommodation could shorten, rather than lengthen, the duration of this (Read More….)