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Fabulous Friday Finish – Ramping or Camping into EOQ?

We have broken on through to the other side!  

We chased our pleasures here, dug our treasures there but can you still recall the time we cried?  (See Tuesday's title if you are confused)  Apparently, no one remembers the time we cried as it's now been 10 sessions since the Dow had a down day and forget the Dow – look at the Russell – almost at our 20% line.  

Our 20% line would still be breaking over the range of our new Big Chart levels (again, Tuesday's post explains it all) before we even get a chance to draw them.  Actually the new goal would be 1,000 so 5% higher from here but certainly within reach at this point.  

Yesterday was the first day in a long time that we didn't like the market action – it had the real feel of a pump and dump with new highs being made on very low volume during the day and then massive dumping of share on Mutual Fund suckers at the end of the day.  

We couldn't even get our dip in oil and today we only caught a very small move down before the diving Dollar (82.50) pumped oil all the way back to $93.50, where it's a tough short into the weekend (but we still like the USO ($33.60) puts and SCO ($39.30) longs).  Gasoline, on the other hand, was our bull play in the morning Alert to Members for the energy complex and the /RB futures flew up from our early morning from my projected $3.12 floor, all the way back to $3.15 at the close and now $3.167 at $420 per penny per contract!  

AAPL is flying pre-market as the new Samsung phone may not be the iPhone killer it's been hyped up to be.  Not only that but it's not even going to be delivered until May at the soonest – an old Microsoft trick we used to call "vaporware" and the staged demo left many feeling that a lot of the "features" were not ready enough to even be shown to reporters on an actual phone

We had a big discussion this morning about Samsung, AAPL, TA vs FA and the eternal search for the TRUTH in early morning Member Chat so I'm not sure what's left to cover actually… 

Let's see, the CPI is up 0.7%…
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Thrilling Thursday – Tweeting our Way to Oil Profits!

Isn't oil trading fun?

Just this morning I was able to tweet out a trade idea from early morning Member Chat at 4:47 to remind our followers that oil Futures (/CL) were a nice short idea at the $93 mark.  Less than two hours later, at 7:26, we decided to take the money and run at $92.15 – which was good for an $850 per contract gain – enough to buy about 300 Egg McMuffins!  

We were long on oil Tuesday Morning at $92 and our target for shorting was $93 but, as I said in the morning post: "hopefully, they'll go a little higher than that and we can add short positions using SCO or USO in Member Chat as things can turn very ugly next week as the thieves try to wriggle out of the contracts they signed today."  We got a $1,000 upside trade followed by the $1,000 per contract drop from $93.47 (right on schedule, after inventories) back to just below $92.50 and then we got a run back to $93 again on Wednesday ($500 per contract profit), where I again laid out our reasons for shorting them again at $93, which was good for another $1,000 per contract gain and then this morning's $850, which was good for $4,350 PER CONTRACT's worth of gains in just two days.  

Now, I'm not telling you this to point out how great I am at calling Futures trades – I'm telling you this to point out what a MASSIVE SCAM energy trading is and how something should be done to stop this farce, which is ROBBING the World's citizens of over $850Bn a year! 

I often say to our Members: "We don't care IF a market is fixed as long as we can understand HOW it is fixed and place our bets accordingly," but that's not really true with oil trading, as this criminal enterprise (which I have written about for years) is more harmful to our everyday life than every hurricane, earthquake or terrorist act that has ever been committed on this planet – and they do it to us EVERY DAY OF EVERY YEAR!  

I'm not able to go 5 for 5 on oil calls in two days because it's "fair" (and it's not a fluke, we do this all the time), I can do this because it's very, very UNFAIR…
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Wednesday Ramblings – Things that Make You go Hmmmm…

We had an interesting Chat session this morning so I think I'll share.  

As it's sort of the anniversary of the big crash, we were discussing my historic bottom call when I was on TV doing LiveStock with Tim Sykes that afternoon and we ended up making 13 bullish calls that were up 469% AVERAGE just 6 months later.  Not that it took a genius to pick the stocks (GE, DIS, XLF, AMZN…), that was like fishing in a barrel using a nuke – everything was going to go up – the real trick is pulling the trigger – that's the hard part.  

It doesn't happen very often but this is why we like to stay around half cash in our main portfolios – you never know when a huge opportunity will present itself.  It's also why it's so valuable to have those downside hedges. 

Like currently, we have just 50 DIA puts as a hedge in our Income Portfolio but that's because it's new and it's well-hedged and we are mostly in cash and we don't have a lot of profits to protect at the moment and, if the market begins to crash – we'd be happy to take small losses and get back to cash or DD into better positions (as we initiate 1/4 positions in general anyway).  But, back in Jan of 2008, we were at the top of a massive run and back then, in that Long-Term Portfolio, we had 250 DIA puts protecting our positions.  We had started with 50 DIA puts but the market kept going up so we rolled them and doubled them and rolled them and doubled them and THEN there was a big crash and the puts saved our assets.  

That post evolved into "How to Solve the Housing Crisis Tomorrow" on April 16th of 2008 so yes, we at Philstockworld considered it a crisis long before the MSM did.  In fact, I sold my real estate data business at the end of 2004 – that's how early I called it!  Anyway, a year later, still nothing was done and I wrote "For Timmy G: How to Solve the Housing Crisis TOMORROW" and props to Mr. G for inviting me and a few other bloggers to meet in Washington where, as noted by Steve Walman:  

Phil Davis, who made clear

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Toppy Tuesday – Can We Break On Through to the Other Side?

Day to day
Hour to hour
The gate is straight
Deep and wide
Break on through to the other side – Doors (of Perception)

Up and up the market goes, where she stops, no one knows.

We already had to roll up our DIA hedges in our new Income Portfolio yesterday as they had dipped (the June $135 puts) from $1.90 to $1.40, costing us $2,500 of our virtual profits already or, as a bearish optimist would say, setting us up to make a nice amount on the way back down as we plow another .55 into a roll to the $138 puts (as we couldn't fill our initial target of the $139s).  

No matter how bullish we are (and all of our Income Portfolio positions are bullish so far), it's always prudent to have some hedges.  When you are at a possible top in a range – it is more important than usual and we're sitting on the top of a 20% move from S&P 1,300 (last Q2) to the 1,560 that we're moving in to test in Q2 of 2013.  

We're down to our last two red boxes on our Big Chart and if it wasn't expiration week, we would have already redrawn the lines to reflect our new trading range but we're still expecting a 2.5% to 5% pullback before breaking on through to what would be our 20% lines.  

On the Russell (the leading indicator at the moment) that would be 1,000, along with NYSE 10,000, Nasdaq 3,600, S&P 1,700 and Dow 17,000.  If the math seems confusing versus our current figures, it's because the Bigger Big Chart set those targets for a 5-year recovery back in March of 2009 (see our July 2010 update: "Charts from the Future" for a good explanation of how we use our 5% Rule) and we work our numbers backward from there, with the occasional adjustments for Dollar activity

Using those lines, all our numbers change and our goals will become our "10% Up" lines – the top of our new expected range – and then we're forced to redraw all our lower numbers accordingly and our Must Hold lines become -10% from the top at Dow 15,300, S&P 1,530 (already over), Nas 3,240 (just over), NYSE 9,000 (over) and Russell 900 (over).  As noted last Thursday, 15,200…
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Monday Market Movement – Expiration Week Begins (EOQ Next!)

Look at this!

Our Big chart covers a 3-month period and our first quarter is already winding down and look how ridiculously UP it has been so far.  First it went up, then it went up some more, then we paused in February and then we went up and up again so far in March.  For the bears, this is like looking at a roulette wheel that has come up black 6 times in a row and they bet red because it HAS to go red sooner or later.  

That's called the "gambler's fallacy," the belief that if deviations from expected behaviour are observed in repeated independent trials of some random process, future deviations in the opposite direction are then more likely. 

The reality is, in a random outcome (which the stock market generally is on a short-term basis), the odds of any single day or week being up or down are going to be 50:50, irregardless of what happened the week or weeks or months or years before. 

But, even worse for the bears, the market is not completely random.  It can be affected by outside factors.  In this particular case, we have the Fed pouring $85Bn a month into the economy and that drives a demand for equities and rates are low so bonds are out of favor (driving a demand for equities) and the Global Economic Outlook is iffy so commodities are not strong (driving the demand for equities) and neither Asia nor Europe look as strong as the US (driving the demand for US equities – especially the Russell, which does less business with Europe and Asia).  

So, rather than a roulette wheel, what the bears are doing is watching a pool fill up with water and the Fed has an $85Bn hose feeding it and bonds are transferring to stocks for another $11Bn a month and money is moving from commodities to stocks at about $3Bn a month and more people are working and 401K money is pouring in and sideline money is pouring in and corporations are buying back their own stocks… Well, you get the picture.  

The bears are standing around the pool and watching the water rise and essentially betting it will start to sink – simply because it's risen a lot recently.  If YOU were betting water in a pool would stop rising then you'd probably
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14,400 Friday – Finishing off Another Fabulous Week

Up, up and away!

Super market is on the march in March after a flatline February, which is now starting to look like some healthy consolidation after a 1,000-point pop in the Dow in January.  As I noted yesterday, 14,400 is where we expect to get our next round of resistance but, after that, we've got clear sailing all the way to 15,200.  

The Dow is doing so well that the Dow 36,000 boys are getting interviews again.  As noted by Jim Glassman:  

Currently, for example, the forward P/E ratio (based on estimated earnings for the next 12 months) of the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index is about 14. In other words, the earnings yield for a stock investment averages 7 percent (1/14), but the yield on a 10-year Treasury bond is only 1.9 percent — a huge gap. Judging from history, you would have to conclude that bonds are vastly overpriced, that stocks are exceptionally cheap or that investors are scared to death for a good reason. Maybe all three.

One way stocks could jump to 36,000 quickly would be for fears to subside and P/E ratios to rise. Assume that earnings yields fall to 5 percent. That would mean P/E ratios would go to 20, a boost of 50 percent in stock prices, assuming constant earnings.

dow_15000_cWe don't have to agree with 36,000 to see some sense in the premise.  Yes, p/e's are low and the assumptions that growth will remain slow may be misplaced – especially when Corporations themselves are sitting on over $2Tn in cash and using some of it to buy back their own stock at record levels.  That coupled with M&A and privatization (DELL) is taking more and more shares off the market at the same time as demand for them are growing and Corporate Profits (/e) are posting new records each quarter.

What if the economy actually improves?  What if the US goes back to it's historic 3.5% annual growth and Europe stops being a drag and Japan finally stops deflating (printing 100 Trillion Yen seems to be helping so far) and the…
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Thursday Thrust – 14,400 Would be Impressive for the Dow

What have you done for us lately?

That's the question investors have for the Dow as we continue onward and upward to record highs.  Our own Big Chart has a target of 14,400 for the senior index and making and holding that line will finally get us to roll our targets higher – per our 5% Rule, which has been right on the money since 2009 so no sense in ignoring it now, is there?

I mentioned in yesterday's post that the Dow today is not the same Dow as we had in 2007 so, in general, comparisons are silly but we have to play the hand we're dealt and keep in mind that any index that is based on 30 stocks that are now selected by a Rupert Murdoch company is certainly nothing any serious investor should be basing decisions on.  

What we can take very seriously is S&P 1,440 – long gone already along with our targets on all our other indices save the Nasdaq, which has been dragged down by AAPL's 40% drop, costing that index 8% or about a 250-point handicap and it's STILL just under that 10% line.  

In fact, the NYSE is about to test a critical 2.5% line at 9,000 and 1,550 is the 12.5% line on the S&P and the Russell is closing in on 17.5% over it's own Must Hold line (940) so a lot of thing lining up for the big cross that will officially put us up and over the top and will raise our Must Hold lines up to those 5% lines as the market confirms it's next leg higher.  

So it's the Dow that is WAY behind and needs to catch up and, to see if it has the gas to get going – let's look at the individual components and see if they are likely to let us move higher or if they themselves are toppy after a 10% run for the year.

Tom Luongo put up this useful chart showing who has contributed the most and the least to the Dow's rally this year.  Not surprisingly, in the price-weighted index, it's IBM getting the lion's share as that stock has gone from $190 to $208 – up $18 and adding about 140 points to the index (8 points per Dollar is about right).  Here's a fun fact, had AAPL been put
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Which Way Wednesday – Topping or Popping?

Happy 14,253!

It's a brand new all-time high for the Dow, which is not, of course, the same Dow as we had in 2007 but let's not sully our victory with facts, right?  

OK, lets:  In Feb 2008, MO and HON were replaced by BAC and CVX, then AIG was replaced by KFT that September and in June, 2009, C and GM were replaced by CSCO and TRV and then KFT was replaced by UNH last September.  

MO was a great drop, it's half of where it was in 2008 (was split off), HON is up 10 points but AIG is down 200, C is up 10 GM is a whole new company so hard to judge now and KFT split up so at least a 190-point drop from the Dow Components that were dropped since we made our highs and that would have cost the Dow at least 1,600 points had they not been ALTERED – more than 10%.  

INDU WEEKLY And what did the new components do for the Dow?  BAC was a poor choice, dropping 30 since 2008 while CVX made up for it with a 33-point move up.  CSCO has gone nowhere but TRV was a 40-point winner since inclusion and UNH is about the same so let's call it 40 points added by new components for 320 Dow points (roughly 8 points per Dollar) but now we're talking about a 1,900-point swing between the old Dow and the New Dow so let's not be too impressed with matching the 2007 high when the deck has been stacked so heavily in the Dow's favor.  

As David Fry notes on his Dow chart, it's all about QE and ZIRP but those are facts and he makes reference to Zero Hedge, who had a table outlining other economic conditions that have changed a lot since the October 2007 high:

  • Dow Jones Industrial Average: Then 14164.5; Now 14164.5

    Regular Gas Price: Then $2.75; Now $3.73

    GDP Growth: Then +2.5%;

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To the Moon Tuesday – Damn the Torpedoes!

SPY 5 MINUTE Full speed ahead and damn the torpedoes!

When Admiral Farragut was in Mobile Bay (Gulf of Mexico) in the last great naval battle of the civil war, he faced a harbor full of mines and his lead ship, the Tecumseh hit a mine (called a torpedoe at the time) and sank.  Other ships began to turn back but Farragut was lashed to the rigging on the perch of his own command ship and gave the order for the fleet to ignore the danger and blitz the harbor – leading the North to a decisive victory in an act of guts and faith.  

There are many men who would have turned back facing a mined harbor and the war would have waged on and maybe the North wins anyway and maybe they lose – we'll never know.  There are also many men who bravely face the odds and "go for it" – and most of them are as dead as Custer – BUT, the ones who make it are heroes, aren't they?  

"He who fights and runs away, lives to fight another day" is a more relevant quote for stock market investing as the heroes are few and far between and the path is littered with the bodies of men who have "gone for it" before you.  

Andy Zaky is one of those bodies and we were discussing his fate in Member Chat last night and this morning as his AAPL fund has gone belly up and it's no secret that our own AAPL positions are also hurting with the stock at $420.  Had AAPL turned up this month, Zaky would have been a hero and everyone would know his name and sing his praises for the next 100 years (like John Paulson's day in the sun shorting housing at the right timesince then, not so much) but it didn't and the fund had to be liquidated.  

In our case, we rolled our "so far, so wrong" AAPL positions out in time and down in strike as we do still like AAPL but, unlike Zaky, we are willing to give them more time to turn around, rather than making a series of shorter and more aggressive bets.  We had pursued the same strategy in the Fall and our AAPL bets were back to even in January, prompting me
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Monday Market Movement – Buffett Tells It Like It Is

"When the partnership I ran took control of Berkshire in 1965, I could never have dreamed that a year in which we had a gain of $24.1 billion would be subpar, in terms of the comparison we present on the facing page." – Buffett

That's how Warren Buffett begins his annual letter to shareholders, apologizing for only making $24Bn against a $252Bn market cap that has the companies shares trading at new all-time highs of $152,750 a share.  

It is because Buffett doesn't care about the PRICE of his stock – he cares about the VALUE of his company and the VALUE of Berkshire has not increased as much as the PRICE of the S&P, which Buffett gives the benefit of the doubt as an indication of the value of 499 of his competitors.  In doing so, he sets a very Conservative benchmark as a goal but that's what good CEOs do – they strive to be the best, not just to beat some arbitrary benchmark.  

Like other companies we won't name, Berkshire has, at various times, been in and out of favor with investors but, on the whole, the stock's PRICE followed the usual pattern of giving up 50% of it's gains at certain points, only to then rocket on to new highs as the VALUE of the stock is once again realized by fickle investors and analysts.

Warren Buffett makes his living identifying stocks that are incorrectly valued and, as I noted to our Members in looking over our first dozen picks in our new Income Portfolio – so do we!

One thing of which you can be certain: Whatever Berkshire’s results, my partner Charlie Munger, the company’s Vice Chairman, and I will not change yardsticks. It’s our job to increase intrinsic business value – for which we use book value as a significantly understated proxy – at a faster rate than the market gains of the S&P. If we do so, Berkshire’s share price, though unpredictable from year to year, will itself outpace the S&P over time.

That's essentially the philosophy of our Income Portfolio – we pick out stocks that are WORTH more than their PRICE.  It's not a difficult thing to do once you realize that 99% of the analysts and TV pundits and bloggers and other financial writers are IDIOTS!  Then you can learn…
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Market Shadows

Kimble Charts: Utilities

Kimble Charts: Utilities

By Ilene

Chris Kimble shared his chart of the Utilities Select Sector SPDR ETF, XLU, with us.

The one month performance inset shows XLU’s uninspiring performance compared to every other ETF on the list. However, the rather steep bullish falling wedge pattern says that it may be time for a bounce.

[Click on chart to enlarge]

Chris likes XLU for a short-term bounce off the 200 day moving average at $44. One way to play this setup is to buy the XLU outright. Chris suggests a 3% stop loss on the shares.

Another bullish play is to use options in a strategy designed by Phil:

1. Buy the XL...

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Zero Hedge

One Last Look At The Real Economy Before It Implodes - Part 1

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Submitted by Tyler Durden.

Submitted by Brandon Smith via,

We are only two months into 2015, and it has already proven to be the most volatile year for the economic environment since 2008-2009. We have seen oil markets collapsing by about 50 percent in the span of a few months (just as the Federal Reserve announced the end of QE3, indicating fiat money was used to hide falling demand), the Baltic Dry Index losing 30 percent since the beginning of the year, the Swiss currency surprise, the Greeks threatening EU exit (and now Greek citizens threatening violent protests with the new four-mo...

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Insider Scoop

Analysts On Dicks Sporting Goods: 'Pain Mostly Behind Us'

Courtesy of Benzinga.

Related DKS Benzinga's Top Downgrades Needham Downgrades Dick's Sporting Goods To Hold DICK's Sporting Q4 Earnings Beat on Growth Strategies - Analyst Blog (Zacks)

Dicks Sporting Goods Inc (NYSE: DKS) faces pressure from winter weather and a West Coast port slowdown, but troubles from its golf... more from Insider

Phil's Favorites

Ukraine Bans Gold Transactions Over $125, Currency Derivatives and Interbank Purchases Exceeding $10,000; Update on Black Market Rates in Ukraine

Courtesy of Mish.

Today the National Bank of Ukraine announced new capital controls on currency transactions. All Interbank Transactions Over $10,000 are Banned.
The national Bank of Ukraine has expanded the list of administrative restrictions for stabilization of the hryvnia, in particular, completely prohibiting the withdrawal of foreign dividends and limiting the purchase of foreign currency on the domestic markets.

Resolution No. 160 is effective from March 4, 2015 and is valid until June 3, 2015.

Previously, prohibitions did not target dividends on securities that are traded on stock exchanges.

The NBU has also introduced limits on the balance of banks' operations on the interbank ...

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Chart School

Close to an Inflection point for S&P

Courtesy of Declan.

A second day of losses brought markets closer to support, and a potential decision point.

The S&P tagged support at 2094 and the 20-day MA at 2090. Bulls will need to step up to the plate tomorrow if such key support is to hold. Lose 2093 and 2064 comes into play. Volume climbed today to register as distribution.

The Nasdaq was little changed. It was able to rally in late afternoon trading as it hugged the 10% envelope (relative to the 200-day MA.   The 20-day MA is looking like a logical next test, but if it was to do this, it would give up today's low without much question. Bulls need to be careful not to buy the dip too early. At least the inde...

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All About Trends

Mid-Day Update

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

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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Sector Detector: Stocks break out again but may be running on fumes

Courtesy of Sabrient Systems and Gradient Analytics

Despite low trading volume, a strong dollar, mixed economic and earnings reports, paralyzing weather conditions throughout much of the U.S., and ominous global news events, stocks continue to march ever higher. The world remains on edge about potential Black Swan events from the likes of Russia, Greece, or ISIS (or lone wolf extremists). Moreover, the economic recovery of the U.S. may be feeling the pull of the proverbial ball-and-chain from the rest of the world’s economies. Nevertheless, awash in investable cash, global investors see few choices better than U.S. equities.

In this weekly update, I give my view of the current market environment, offer a technical analysis of the S&P 500 chart, review our weekly fundamentals-based SectorCast rankings of the ten U.S. business sectors, and then ...

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Swing trading portfolio - week of March 2nd, 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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Digital Currencies

MyCoin Exchange Disappears with Up To $387 Million, Reports Claim

Follow up from yesterday's Just the latest Bitcoin scam.

Hong Kong's MyCoin Disappears With Up To $387 Million, Reports Claim By  

Reports are emerging from Hong Kong that local bitcoin exchange MyCoin has shut its doors, taking with it possibly as much as HK$3bn ($386.9m) in investor funds.

If true, the supposed losses are a staggering amount, although this estimate is based on the company's own earlier claims that it served 3,000 clients who had invested HK$1m ($129,000) each.


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2015 - Biotech Fever

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

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

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Option Review

SPX Call Spread Eyes Fresh Record Highs By Year End

Stocks got off to a rocky start on the first trading day in December, with the S&P 500 Index slipping just below 2050 on Monday. Based on one large bullish SPX options trade executed on Wednesday, however, such price action is not likely to break the trend of strong gains observed in the benchmark index since mid-October. It looks like one options market participant purchased 25,000 of the 31Dec’14 2105/2115 call spreads at a net premium of $2.70 each. The trade cost $6.75mm to put on, and represents the maximum potential loss on the position should the 2105 calls expire worthless at the end of December. The call spread could reap profits of as much as $7.30 per spread, or $18.25mm, in the event that the SPX ends the year above 2115. The index would need to rally 2.0% over the current level...

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Help One Of Our Own PSW Members

"Hello PSW Members –

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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