11:00am (EST) We have action to take on a trade in our Weekly Wrap that has come down to the wire. Shares of Aruba Networks (ARUN, $21.45, up $0.85) are surging again today and have been all week. We recommended a LEAP option trade back in October that has struggled
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Google (GOOG) Call Options Turn $1,000 into $20,000 in 1 Day, Here’s the Proof/ Profit Alert 150%, 172% (OPK)!!!
1:20pm (EST) The bulls are stampeding Wall Street and continue to push the market to fresh all-time highs following a number of positive earnings reports. Google (GOOG, $1,003.99, $115.20) knocked it out of ballpark after beating estimates by 40 cents. The company reported a profit of $10.74 a share versus
Time To Light Up Potash
It has been tough to watch Potash (POT, $73.36, down $8.18) fall from $240 in June to below a $100 by October, then watch it fall below $70 to a 52-week low of $66. I was on the bull train on the way up to $200 from April through June
Intel Tops Earnings Forecast
Intel (INTC, $15.93, down $1.06) reported earnings after the bell which topped Wall Street’s expectations by a penny. The company reported earnings of $2 billion, or $0.35 a share versus $1.8 billion, or $0.30, from the year-ago period. Revenue came in at $10.2 billion, up just 1% but it was
Harley-Davison Weathers Storm
Back in June, I mentioned shares of Harley-Davidson (HOG, $41.94, up $0.19) had been in a downtrend for 18 months, falling from a high of $75 to a low of $32.18 on 7/15. Two days later, the company announced earnings and since then the stock has been on a roll.
Financial Stocks Look Ready to Bounce
The Financial stocks look like they may be setting up for another run higher. The sentiment for these stocks can change daily but the recent developments with Merrill Lynch (MER, $27.13, up $0.88) may actually be a good things. Merrill has been raising capital and selling troubled investments which will
LEAP Lottery Plays Doing Well
Let’s go over the report card for the Financial sector and see where we stand as far as it concerns some of our LEAP options. Wells Fargo (WFC, $27.86, up $0.03) started things off by beating Wall Street’s expectations and actually reported pretty decent numbers. The stock was at $21