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Monday Market Movement – China Buys Us a Strong Bounce


This time it's China's turn (again) as PBOC Governor Zhou Xiaochuan said "the authorities need to be vigilant for deflationary risks in the economy and have injected liquidity into the financial system."  That was all it took to add 2.5% to the Shanghai Composite, which is now up 100% since last April.  At the same time, Finance Minister Lou Jiwei said China will likely expand the recently announced local government debt relief program.  

Adding to the optimism, Chinese officials fleshed out some details for plans to better connect the economy with the rest of Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe with more roads, railways, ports and other related projects.  Meanwhile, flows into Hong Kong via the Stock Connect trading link were approaching a record high after Chinese mutual funds gained approval from the China Securities Regulatory Commission to start making use of the new channel, which has seen disappointing volumes so far.

The only thing not on China's list is building more empty cities, as they are still bailing out builders and Governments from that disaster.  Still, China is on pace to have 82 empty airports by the end of 2015, which will bring them to 230 airports, most of which are extremely underutilized.  

Academically, this is a very interesting excercise as we'll get to see how long Fundamental laws of Economics can be ignored before a country collapses.  China is doing through uneccessary infrastructure and Japan is doing it through immense amounts of debt that they use to paper over their own stumbling economy and aging work-force.  The airport math for China is simple, the per capita GDP in China is $6,807 vs $41,787 in the UK and $53,042 in the US yet airfare is roughly the same in all countries.  In what possible way can the Chinese people afford to use these airports?  

Supply with no demand.  That's why China has dozens of entire cities with no people in them.  They've been "building" their economy this way for years and that has created false demand for commodities (as they were using them to build things no one wanted or needed) and now they have a surplus that…
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PSW March Portfolio Review – Cashing In Our Long-Term Gains

And we're out!  

After making a ridiculous 40.8% in 15 months, we decided on Tuesday morning to get back to cash in our Long-Term Portfolio.   We still have 13 positions left, mostly in the materials space but, as you can see, our cash now exceeds our portfolio's total value ($703,885.23) because the positions we did keep were our "losers" (so far) that are down, as a group, by $73,780.  

There is almost not a single position we sold that I wouldn't be happy to buy back if they get cheap again but we didn't make 40% in just over a year by chasing winners.  The way we built this portfolio was first creating a Buy List (Members, see our Virtual Portfolio Section for our last list) and then choosing a bargain every few weeks to add to our Long-Term Portfolio.  As we move through Q1 earnings, we'll be making a new Buy List for 2015 and, now that we're back in cash, we'll begin making new picks for our Long-Term Portfolio. 

While it is our INTENTION in the LTP to hold our positions over time, when we get a ridiculous run in the market like the one we've had for the past year, it is simply foolish not to take advantage of it.  The stocks we bought were targeted to make 40% in two years, not 15 months and, when you are that far ahead of the curve – it's wise to turn those unrealized gains into realized ones before they disappear on you!  

In our last review (just 3 weeks ago) we were at $640,797 in the LTP so we gained 10% in 3 weeks on our positions – that's ridiculous.  Never confuse being lucky with being good – gaining 10% in a month is lucky becuase, if we were that good, we'd be averaging 100% a year, right?  Since we KNOW we're not that good, we need to take advantage of our luck – especially when we are worried about what lies ahead for the market.  

Even luckier, our Short-Term Portfolio, whose primary function is to protect the Long-Term Portfolio, held it's ground while the LTP made its gains, going from $201,495 on
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GDPhriday – Will it be Enough to Reclaim the 50 Day Moving Averages?

SPY DAILYWill bad news be good news? 

We're waiting on the revised Q4 GDP Report and the data we've been seeing does not bode well for the revision we'll get at 8:30 this morning and, currently, the expectations are for 2.4% growth – less than that will signal a weaker economy but  that then may give investors the impression the Fed will maintain an easy monetary stance later into the year.  

Meanwhile, as you can see from Dave Fry's SPY chart, we've already completed the first part of the "Golden Arches" pattern that we predicted back on the 19th (while everyone else was in bull mode) and it would be a good bullish sign still (now that everyone is bearish) if SPY manages to hold the 200 dma at 204.50 – so there's going to be a lot riding on the GDP report AND people's reaction to it this morning.

Yesterday we charted out the 5% Rule™ for our Members (and we reviewed the charts in yesterday's Live Trading Webinar) and our bounce lines were at:

  • Dow 17,720 (weak) and 17,850 (strong)
  • S&P 2,055 (weak) and 2,060 (strong)
  • Nasdaq 4,865 (weak) and 4,905 (strong)
  • NYSE 10,880 (weak) and 10,910 (strong)
  • Russell 1,235 (weak) and 1,245 (strong)  

We made that call at 10:19, when the Dow was at 17,612, S&P 2,048, Nasdaq 4,828, NYSE 10,854 and Russell 1,226 and, in the end, we were off by a grand total of 63 points on 5 indexes that total 36,694 points so we missed it by 0.17% – not bad!  Even better if you were a Member (sign up here) who got our Morning Report delivered to your In Box pre-markets, as we said right at the bottom of the post:

We have already hit our primary goal at 2,035 (the 10% line on our Big Chart) on the S&P Futures (/ES) and we flipped long there in our Live Member Chat as well as long on /TF (Russell Futures) at 1,220 and short on oil at $52 (/CL) to lock in our bonus gains for the morning and take advantage of the bounce (probably weak).

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$30,000 Thursday – Making Big Money While the Market Crashes

We had our best day of the year yesterday!  

How did you do?  Hopefully very well if you are one of our Members or have been following us on Twitter, where I began warning people one week ago that this was about to happen.  And I don't mean in that ridiculously vauge Jim Cramer weather-vane way that's subject to interpretation.  Not at Philstockworld!  On Wednesday March 18th, at 7:52 am, I tweeted:

It doesn't get much more specific than that, does it?  That was our post BEFORE the Fed announcement on Wednesday and, in the morning post, we discussed the decaying macros – as I have been doing with our Members for most of this month.   That morning, we also called a bottom on oil at $44 and I put up the following trade idea for our Members in our Live Chat Room (which you can join by subscribing here):

We topped out at $110 in Jan but already we can sell the April $110s for $10.50 so let's sell 3 of those in the STP for $3,150.   We already sold 3 March $105s for $5.40 (now $4.50) and they are going to be cutting it close but, worst case, we'll just roll them to April $110s.  We also already sold March $120s for $13 on the spike to $110 and those look good at $2.50 with 3 days to go.  

Of course I also like the long on /CL off the $44 line – as I said earlier, I expect us to test $45 into the inventories but at least $44.50 should be hit.  

As you can see from the SCO chart, we caught the dead top on
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Why Worry Wednesday – We’re in CASH Suckers!

And we're OUT!  

That's right, we took advantage of yesterday's BS rally to cash out our Long-Term Portfolio at the exact high of 34.8%, up $173,815.03 in 16 months.  We keep several virtual portfolios for our Members (and you can join us here) and the generally bullish LTP is paired with our Short-Term Portfolio, which acts as a hedge to the LTP positions but also makes short-term bets when the opportunities arise. 

The STP has also performed much better than expected and is up 83.8% over the same time-frame at $183,820 off our $100,000 start for a combined gain of $257,635, which is 42% of our initial investment and that was our goaaaaaaaaaaaallllllllllllll for two years (see "How to Get Rich Slowly") and it's only March – of course we deserve a rest!  

Cashing out our largest portfolio, in addition to protecting our profits, also helps us re-focus on what positions we REALLY want to play for the rest of 2015.  We'll be making a new Buy List for our Members and we'll also be double-dipping on some of our winners (AAPL comes to mind) as soon as we see a good re-entry.  One of the trades we did keep will be featured tonight on my TV appearance on Business News Network's Money Talk and we found 11 other trades we liked enough to keep in play (mostly ones that were underperforming) through the upcoming correction.  

Also, it's not too late to participate in our "Secret Santa's Inflation Hedges for 2015" as inflation has not officially been recognized yet (so our picks are still cheap) but, as currencies race each other towards the event horizon, we have faith that our infation hedges will begin to pick up the slack.  In any case, the way we designed our hedges, we don't need a big move in the market to make big gains on our spreads.  

For example, ABX has gone nowhere since our December entry and, at the time, we called for the ABX 2016 $10/15 bull call spread at $1.60 to be paid for by selling the 2016 $8 puts for 0.70 which was net $900 at the…
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2,100 Tuesday – S&P Just 10 Points From New Highs

SPX WEEKLYForget valuation.

Forget earnings, forget logic and LOOK AT THAT CHART!  What a thing of beauty.  We don't just hold the bottom of the rising channel but we LEAP away from it and make new highs, over and over again.  This is, of course, what markets do all the time, which explains why everyone is a Trillionaire, right?

Oh, I'm sorry, I mean everyone's a Trillionaire AND there's no inflation.  Because THAT is how things work in the economy, right?   The market goes up 15% in a year but all other prices remain steady and, in fact, oil, gold, copper, iron ore – all drop precipitiously even though EVERYTHING IS AWESOME!  

If anything in that chain of logic bothers you then you need to consider which one of these things does not belong.  Since low inflation/deflation is very much in line with declining demand and prices for materials, the problem seems to be in the market somewhere.  And what is distorting the market, you may wonder?  

Well, the Central Banksters have poured aprroximately $15Tn of QE liquidity into the markets over the past 6 years.  That's 20% of the Global GDP or about 3.5% of the Global GDP added each year.

Nonetheless, Global GDP still isn't even adding up to 3.5%, which means we're actually in a 6-year Depression with negative GDP that we've papered over with endless amounts of free money.  Now, I'm not saying this is a bad thing – an actual Depression would really suck (just ask your grandparents) and it's worth running up $15Tn in debt to avoid one, BUT (and it's a big but) there still needs to be a plan for dealing with the debt and the bublles it's caused. Just yesterday, the Fed's own Jim Bullard said:

The US risks inflating asset price bubbles with “devastating consequences” if it leaves interest rates at zero.  “When asset bubbles start, they keep going until they blow up out of control with devastating consequences.  Low inflation doesn’t rationalize policy rates of zero; it rationalises a policy rate below normal, but not zero.”

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Monday Market Manipulation – Draghi and the Doves Talk us Up

Dove, dove, dove.

Dove, dove, dove – now that Fisher is gone, that's all we have at the Fed these days.  This week we hear from Mester, Williams, Bullard, Evans and Lockhart – all doves on the Fed and, of course Super Mario speaks at 10am (EST) to get our markets off to a good start for the week with his own special brand of doveishness

While our Fed, the ECB and the BOJ are doing all they can to talk the markets higher, China is warning its investors that the run that has pushed their market 75% in less than a year is unsustainable.  A spokesman for the China Securities Regulatory Commission said on Friday:

“Investors should be cautious about market risks.  We shouldn’t be thinking if we don’t buy now, we will miss it.”

A previous warning from the CSRC was ignored. The Shanghai Composite jumped 2.8% to surpass 3,000 on Dec 8th, the first trading day after the securities body on Dec 5th cautioned investors about growing market risks.  The valuations of some listed companies are “relatively high,” the CSRC spokesman said in Friday’s statement. “There are about 700 companies in the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges with a price-earnings ratio of above 100,” the spokesman said.

Stocks continue to rise in China on speculation that the Government will do whatever it takes to sustain a 7% growth rate, which means lots of FREE MONEY will have to be printed.  I think that's a fabulous idea – all Governments should print unlimited supplies of free money until all of our economies are growning at 7% and then everything will be AWESOME and nothing can possibly go wrong with that plan, can it?  

I certainly hope not, because that's the plan we're pursuing at the moment!  Meanwhile, Japan is starting to look like Zimbabwe and the 22% drop in the Euro in 2014 sent 124.4Bn Euros ($150Bn) out of the Union in the kind of negative cash-flows you expect to see in countries that are on…
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5,000-Point Friday – This Nasdaq Bubble Will NEVER Burst!

Up up and away!  

Not only is the Nasdaq popping back over 5,000 today but the Dow is back over 18,000 in the Futures and the Russell is already flying over 1,250 – well past the previous all-time high of 1,243 that was set on the first day of March

As we've noted earlier in the week, a rising market tide has NOT lifted all ships with 30% of the Dow and 1/4 of the Nasdaq at 52-week LOWS (mostly materials), which is why they had to stuff AAPL into the Dow – so it could at least keep pace with the Nasdaq going forward.  

Hey, who are we to complain?  This week's rally gave us a nice $4,300 gain on Wednesday's Top Trade Alert and a 5% comeback on our Long-Term Portfolio, which is closing back in on a 30% gain, albeit at the expense of our more bearish Short-Term Portfolio, which has fallen back to up just 77.6% but it's 1/5th the size of the LTP, so GO BULLS – I guess…

Despite our success, I'm not happy with this rally but I wasn't happy in 1999 or 2007 either and that made me miss out on some nice gains so we're keeping our LTP open (though, as you can see, over 50% in cash) so we don't "miss out" on the madness.  

And it is madness – there's no connection between valuations and earnings and, as you can see from this chart, the Macro Outlook is deteriorating rapidly, even in the US.  In fact – THE FED JUST SAID SO!!!  Unfortunately (for us "rational" investors) bad news is still good news to the markets as it only brings wave after wave of MORE FREE MONEY – so much free money that we are drowning in it.  

What does "drowning in money" mean?  Here's some jokes for you -

  • Money doesn't get no respect.  Why, there's so much money in the World these days that you've gotta pay the banks to hold it for you!  
  • There's so much money in

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$4,300 Thursday – Our Top Trades Pay off Nicely

Embedded image permalinkOver $4,300 in one day.

Not bad for sitting at a computer, right?  Yesterday morning, at 9:37, we sent out a Top Trade Alert to our Members (which comes via Text and Email as well as in our Live Member Chat Room) to take advantatage of the morning plunge in oil to $44 a barrel on the May contracts

We had, of course, been discussing oil trades all week but it's always special when we make something a Top Trade Idea and this was the moment we had been waiting to take advantage of, when the rollover of the April contracts caused a panic sell-off at the NYMEX ahead of an inventory report that was expected to be disappointing – a perfect storm!  

That caused us to send out this Top Trade Alert for SCO, where we sold 3 of the April $110 puts for $10.50 (chart above) as well as a long entry on /CL (oil Futures) at $44.  After the Fed announcement, we had oil at $47 for a $3,000 per contract gain and the 3 short SCO contracts that paid us $3,150 in the morning were available to buy back in the afternoon at just $1,800 (+42% on the day), for another $1,350 gain.

That's $4,350 of that single Alert in a single day – not bad!  Of course we have no reason to buy back the short SCO calls and we expect to make another $1,800 on the trade between now and April 15th (contract expiration) but we took the money and ran on the volatile Futures trade.   

Unfortunately, not everyone can trade the Futures so, at 10:14, we sent out a second Top Trade Alert to allow our Members to take advantage of the oil lows with the following trade ideas:

I like UCO July $5/9 bull call spread at $1.35, selling the Jan $5 puts for $1 for net 0.35 on the $4 spread.  

USO has less decay so safer to sell puts on though there is some decay over time.  Jan $13 puts can be sold for $1.25 to pay for the UCO play or you can establish a

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Which Way Wednesday – Waiting on the Fed

waiting animated GIF Not much to do this morning but wait patiently.  

Oil fell all the way to $42.05 in overnight trading but not the contract we were trading (thank goodness), it was the soon-to-expire April /CLJ5 contract that we knew was heading lower still (see yesterday's post).  We're back around yesterday's lows this morning and you can still take advantage of our long trade ideas on USO and UCO from yesterday's Live Trading Webinar as prices should still be good today.  

Oil inventories are at 10:30 and the API report has already indicated a huge 10Mb build is to be expected.  The wild-card is whether or not that takes into account Obama's purchase of 5Mb for the SPR last week.  Since the announcement came on Friday – it's very possible that it wasn't recorded in the current week's inventories, which are taken on Sunday.   This is why we went long on the MAY contracts (/CLK5) and not the Aprils…

I sent out a news alert earlier this morning and our Chart of the Day is cerrtainly this alarming picture of Greek 3-Year Bond Yields, which have jumped back over 20% again – something people really have to learn not to ignore!  

It was also pointed out this morning, in Bloomberg, that while Greece is scrambling to pay German Banksters 20% interest rates, there's no plan at all for paying the $1.59Bn in MONTHLY retirement benefits due to 5.5M Greeks. Greece’s economy has shrunk by a quarter under the conditions laid down by Germany and other euro-area nations in bailout terms. The jobless rate increased in the fourth quarter as the economy began shrinking again and a political standoff rekindled concern the country could leave the euro area. The percentage of adults living in households where no one works rose to 19.6 percent in 2013 to 1.1 million, from 7.5 percent in 2008.

[image]In the midst of this looming crisis, Greek PM Alexis Tsiparis is not heading to Franfurt but to Russia, as he's heard that Vladimir Putin is a kind and reasonable man – compared to the German Banksters he's been dealing with.  Meanwhile, in
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Zero Hedge

Ben Bernanke Pens First Blog Post, Defends Fed, Says He "Was Concerned About Seniors"

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Submitted by Tyler Durden.

It would appear the $250,000/hour speaking opportunities for Ben Bernanke have ground to a halt, and as such, the former Chairsatan has decided to dispense his wisdom for free to anyone who cares, by becoming a blogger at Brookings. And, not surprisingly, in his first post, the person who less than a decade ago said the following, in exactly those words...

Well, I guess I don’t buy your premise. It’s a pretty unlikely possibility. We’ve never had a decline in house prices on a nationwide basis. So, what I think what is more likely is that house prices will slow, maybe stabilize, might slow consumption spending a bit. I don’t think it’s gonn...

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Phil's Favorites

UBS on the Driver for Gold: What is Gold About to Tell Us?

Courtesy of Mish.

An interesting article came my way from UBS analyst Julien Garran on the driver for gold. I do not have a link to share so excerpts will have to do.

Garran's article is one of the better one's I have seen. Unlike others, Garran does not cite jewelry, mining capacity, central bank purchases or sales or other similar (and wrong) notions that unfortunately are widespread among most analysts.
Commodities & Mining Q&A (by Julien Garran)

Q1. What drives gold?
A1. In the past, we’ve argued that international US$ liquidity is fundamental to calling first gold and then the industrial miners. In this note, we go a step deeper, arguing that gold is a call on excess returns in the US economy, the policy response and finally the impact on that policy on international US$ liquidity.

Q2. What is gold about to...

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Chart School

PCE Price Index: Little Change in the Fed's Preferred Inflation Gauge

Courtesy of Doug Short.

The Personal Income and Outlays report for February was published this morning by the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

The latest Headline PCE price index year-over-year (YoY) rate is 0.33%, up fractionally from the from 0.24% the previous month. The Core PCE index (less Food and Energy) at 1.37% is little changed from the previous month's 1.33% YoY.

The general disinflationary trend in core PCE (the blue line in the charts below) must be perplexing to the Fed. After years of ZIRP and waves of QE, this closely watched indicator consistently moved in the wrong direction. In April of 2013, the Core PCE dropped below 1.4% and hovered in a narrow YoY range of 1.23% to 1.35% for twelve months. The subsequent months saw a higher plateau approaching...

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Swing trading portfolio - week of March 30th, 2015

Reminder: OpTrader is available to chat with Members, comments are found below each post.


This post is for all our live virtual trade ideas and daily comments. Please click on "comments" below to follow our live discussion. All of our current  trades are listed in the spreadsheet below, with entry price (1/2 in and All in), and exit prices (1/3 out, 2/3 out, and All out).

We also indicate our stop, which is most of the time the "5 day moving average". All trades, unless indicated, are front-month ATM options. 

Please feel free to participate in the discussion and ask any questions you might have about this virtual portfolio, by clicking on the "comments" link right below.

To learn more about the swing trading virtual portfolio (strategy, performance, FAQ, etc.), please click here ...

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All About Trends

Mid-Day Update

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Click here for the full report.

To learn more, sign up for David's free newsletter and receive the free report from All About Trends - "How To Outperform 90% Of Wall Street With Just $500 A Week." Tell David PSW sent you. - Ilene...

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Watch the Phil Davis Special on Money Talk on BNN TV!

Kim Parlee interviews Phil on Money Talk. Be sure to watch the replays if you missed the show live on Wednesday night (it was recorded on Monday). As usual, Phil provides an excellent program packed with macro analysis, important lessons and trading ideas. ~ Ilene


The replay is now available on BNN's website. For the three part series, click on the links below. 

Part 1 is here (discussing the macro outlook for the markets) Part 2 is here. (discussing our main trading strategies) Part 3 is here. (reviewing our pick of th...

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Insider Scoop

Raymond James Downgrades Power Integrations To Market Perform

Courtesy of Benzinga.

Related POWI Benzinga's Top Downgrades Benzinga's Volume Movers

Analysts at Raymond James downgraded Power Integrations Inc. (NASDAQ: POWI) from Outperform to Market Perform and removed the price target of $57.00.

Power Integrations shares have dropped 18.42% over the past 52 weeks, while the S&P 500 index has surged 10.69% in the same period.

Power Integrations' shares fell 1.51% to $51.65 in pre-market trading.

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Sector Detector: Bulls retake the wheel, with a little help from their friends at the Fed

Reminder: Sabrient is available to chat with Members, comments are found below each post.

Courtesy of Scott Martindale at Sabrient Systems

Well, it didn’t take long for the bulls to jump on their buying opportunity, with a little help from the bulls’ friend in the Fed. In fact, despite huge daily swings in the market averages driven by daily news regarding timing of interest rate hikes, the strength in the dollar, and oil prices, trading actually has been quite rational, honoring technical formations and support levels and dutifully selling overbought conditions and buying when oversold. Yes, the tried and true investing clichés continue to work -- “Don’t fight the Fed,” and “The trend is your friend.”

In this weekly update, I give my view of the cur...

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Digital Currencies

Bitcoin vs. Uber: Bitcoin Lovers Respond to Mish

Courtesy of Mish.

I recently commented that it would not surprise me if bitcoin plunged to $1.00. That was not a prediction, it was a comment.

Still, I still feel a collapse in bitcoin is likely.

For discussion, please see Cash Dinosaur: France Limits Cash Transactions to €1,000, Puts Restrictions on Gold; Bitcoin End Coming?

In response, reader Creighton writes ...

Hello Mish

While I'm not going to argue the point about the possibility that Bitcoin drops to $1, or less, (that could happen yet, but not for the reasons you propose) I felt it necessary to point out something you seem to have overlooked.

While it's likely that the US government watching Bitco...

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Market Shadows

Kimble Charts: South Korea's EWY

Kimble Charts: South Korea's EWY

By Ilene 

Chris Kimble likes the iShares MSCI South Korea Capped (EWY), but only if it breaks out of a pennant pattern. This South Korean equities ETF has underperformed the S&P 500 by 60% since 2011.

You're probably familiar with its largest holding, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, and at least several other represented companies such as Hyundai Motor Co and Kia Motors Corp.


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Option Review

Cypress Semi Draws Bullish Option Plays

Bullish trades abound in Cypress Semiconductor options today, most notably a massive bull call spread initiated in the July expiry contracts. One strategist appears to have purchased 30,000 of the Jul 16.0 strike calls at a premium of $0.89 each and sold the same number of Jul 19.0 strike calls at a premium of $0.22 apiece. Net premium paid to put on the spread amounts to $0.67 per contract, thus establishing a breakeven share price of $16.67 on the trade. Cypress shares reached a 52-week high of $16.25 back on Friday, March 13th, and would need to rally 4.6% over the current level to exceed the breakeven point of $16.25. The spread generates maximum potential profits of $2.33 per contract in the event that CY shares surge more than 20% in the next four months to reach $19.00 by July expiration. Shar...

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2015 - Biotech Fever

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PSW Members - well, what a year for biotechs!   The Biotech Index (IBB) is up a whopping 40%, beating the S&P hands down!  The healthcare sector has had a number of high flying IPOs, and beat the Tech Sector in total nubmer of IPOs in the past 12 months.  What could go wrong?

Phil has given his Secret Santa Inflation Hedges for 2015, and since I have been trying to keep my head above water between work, PSW, and baseball with my is time that something is put together for PSW on biotechs in 2015.

Cancer and fibrosis remain two of the hottest areas for VC backed biotechs to invest their monies.  A number of companies have gone IPO which have drugs/technologies that fight cancer, includin...

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Stock World Weekly

Stock World Weekly

Newsletter writers are available to chat with Members regarding topics presented in SWW, comments are found below each post.

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Help One Of Our Own PSW Members

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This is a non-trading topic, but I wanted to post it during trading hours so as many eyes can see it as possible.  Feel free to contact me directly at with any questions.

Last fall there was some discussion on the PSW board regarding setting up a YouCaring donation page for a PSW member, Shadowfax. Since then, we have been looking into ways to help get him additional medical services and to pay down his medical debts.  After following those leads, we are ready to move ahead with the YouCaring site. (Link is posted below.)  Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated; not only to help aid in his medical bill debt, but to also show what a great community this group is.

Thank you for you time!

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