Track Record
FB 4 (+5%) Z 9.76 (+10%) SCTY 5.25 (+11%) DD 2.65 (+4%) DVN -4.5 (-7%) TAN 4 (+12%) FEYE 4.2 (+17%) PEIX 2.2 (+23%) IBB 12 (+4%) QQQ 5.5 (+6%) SPY 9 (+5%) NTAP 2.51 (+6%) BIDU 12.54 (+6%) IYT 6.4 (+4%) SGG 2.33 (+5%) Options: MCP 0.23 (+57%) PSX -3.91 (-5%) BIDU 10 (+5%) SMH 1.82 (+4%) SYMC 1.13 (+5%) URBN 2.28 (+5%) Options: SWN 0.22 (+22%) SDRL -3.39 (-11%) CORN -3.02 (-11%) TMUS 1.23 (+4%) SWN -3.76 (-9%) SINA 0.25 (+1%) NUS 3 (+7%) CLF 1.31 (+9%) DNDN 0.22 (+16%) LUV -3.3 (-11%) CGA 0.6 (+20%) S 0.52 (+9%) X 2.45 (+6%) PHO 1.25 (+5%) FXE -2.95 (-2%) VXX 0.57 (+2%) YHOO 2.05 (+6%) DIS -6.2 (-7%) VXX 2.1 (+7%) SINA 2.4 (+4%) EWG 0.94 (+3%) BRK.B -5.1 (-4%) SPY 0.56 (+1%) Options: WFM 0.41 (+16%) EWC 1 (+3%) HIMX 0.57 (+9%) CVX 1.55 (+1%) UNG 0.07 (0%) Options: HPQ 0.3 (+34%) MMM 2.2 (+2%) FXC 0.6 (+1%) TBT -4.92 (-8%) IYT 4.3 (+2%) USO 0.62 (+1%) AXP -3.37 (-3%) CMG -77.75 (-13%) QCOM 3.55 (+4%) ORLY 3.9 (+3%) KO -1.74 (-4%) SNDK 10.65 (+10%) MA 3.42 (+5%) IBB 11.5 (+4%) CSCO 0.22 (+1%) RDY 3.36 (+8%) HDGE -0.57 (-5%) DD 2.4 (+4%) Options: CVX 0.18 (+12%) MU 0.8 (+2%) INTC -1.99 (-7%) VXX -5.5 (-15%) CLF 0.34 (+2%) FB -6.34 (-11%) TJX 0.78 (+1%) BA 4.9 (+4%) Options: IYT 0.4 (+26%) Options: DAL 1.05 (+100%) IYT -8.9 (-6%) CVX 2.2 (+2%) GE -0.48 (-2%) TWTR 2 (+6%) UNH 3.24 (+4%) TSN 2.2 (+5%) IWM 6.3 (+5%) WHR 8 (+5%) VXX -4.05 (-10%) FEYE -9.35 (-26%) CRM 2.64 (+5%) DANG 1.05 (+10%) WFM 0.51 (+1%) QCOM 4.35 (+5%) IBB 22 (+10%) NFLX 22 (+7%) SH 0.27 (+1%) IWM 5.35 (+5%) RIG 0.63 (+2%) MOS 0.77 (+2%) VXX 2.3 (+6%) NFLX 16.4 (+5%) GLD 1.75 (+1%) COG 1.07 (+2%) LNKD 17 (+11%) P 2.35 (+9%) VXX 2.2 (+5%) DDD 4.67 (+8%) FDX 2.46 (+2%) YHOO 3.6 (+9%) ADBE 2.62 (+4%) WDC -7.75 (-9%) PCLN 51 (+4%) FB 5.65 (+8%) AUY -1.34 (-13%) JJC 0.56 (+1%) SPY 1.6 (+1%) USO 0.37 (+1%) JO 3 (+8%) PCLN 42 (+3%) GILD 7.5 (+9%) PLUG 0.6 (+10%) PRGO -13.3 (-9%) VXX 2.4 (+5%) CORN 1.75 (+6%) BBBY 2.53 (+4%) TGT 0.00 (0%) HAL 0.4 (+1%) FCX 0.66 (+2%) MCP 0.32 (+7%) SINA 3 (+5%) PBR 0.56 (+5%) BA 5 (+4%) JCP -1.35 (-21%) PCLN 25 (+2%) BA 2 (+2%) ANF 2.3 (+7%) F 0.76 (+4%) AMZN 15 (+4%) VXX 3 (+7%) YHOO 2.17 (+5%) WYNN 3 (+2%) HAL 0.25 (+1%) AUY 0.6 (+7%) ROSG 0.95 (+30%) SINA -6.24 (-7%) TWTR 12 (+17%) ABIO 0.67 (+43%) CCXI 1 (+19%) TWGP 0.72 (+29%) TWTR 2.5 (+3%) NEWL 0.3 (+17%) WPRT -1.25 (-6%) ECTE 0.58 (+21%) FB 4.11 (+9%) CELG -15.66 (-10%)


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Weekend Technical Guidance Video - Signs The Manipulation Is No Longer Working

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Saturday, May 23, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Weekend Technical Guidance Video - Signs The Manipulation Is No Longer Working

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ITMS Elite Traders Group

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Friday, May 22, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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ITMS Elite Traders Group





 
U.S Stock Futures Up Before Long Weekend

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Thursday, May 21, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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U.S Stock Futures Up Before Long Weekend
U.S Stock futures are rising slightly before the market open. Light volume will dicate todays action going into the long Memorial Day weekend.Light volume tends to have an upside bias for the markets but we will have to see what today brings.
Markets Look Slightly Higher In Light Volume Holiday Trade

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Thursday, May 21, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Markets Look Slightly Higher In Light Volume Holiday Trade

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Dollar Slides Euro High For The Year

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Thursday, May 21, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Dollar Slides Euro High For The YearThe dollar fell versus the euro as traders looked for alternatives to the U.S. dollar and fears about the global economy. The euro topped $1.4015 up from $1.3904 in late trading on Thursday.

Crude Reverses Gains

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Thursday, May 21, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Crude Reverses GainsCrude oil futures reversed earlier gains on Friday moving lower as worries over the U.S credit rating weighed on prices. Crube for July delivery was down 35 cents to $60.70 a barrel.
The Market Hitting 3 Major Levels

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Thursday, May 21, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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The Market Hitting 3 Major LevelsThe SPY has hit three major levels.  One is the pivot support line from yesterday.  The second is the 20 moving average.  The third a .618 Fib retrace level.  All this area is a big area for this market which had gapped slightly higher and fallen off a small cliff here.  Worries about the dollar continue to be the driving catalyst. If this $88.75 level breaks, watch for double bottom from yesterday.  Minor support along the way will be $88.50.


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Sears Stock Rises On Surprise Profit

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Thursday, May 21, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Sears Stock Rises On Surprise ProfitShares of Sears Holdings rose higher early Friday after the company posted a surprise fiscal first quarter profit . The company earned $26 million or 21 cents a share up from a loss of $56 million or 43 cents a share a year ago.


Resistance Line On Oil To Watch

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Thursday, May 21, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Resistance Line On Oil To Watch

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Gold Tops $960

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Thursday, May 21, 2009, 08:00PM ET

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Gold Tops $960Gold futures are rising for a fourth straight session, briefly topping the $960 an ounce mark for the first time in almost two months as the U.S. dollar weakened against its major rivals. Gold for June delivery rose as high as $963.10 an ounce in early morning trading.
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