Should have shorted more at 10.40 yesterday, if you had the crystal ball to know the results.
UVXY finally bounced, but expectation for it to go to 20 for a double, maybe.
However, price target UVXY to 15 today very doable.
At what price to cover UVXY short position?
Should trade under 11 today 6/23/16.
Market in euphoric mood to buy, means UVXY down big time.
Can it also go down big time again Friday 6/24/16.
SDS should trade under 18.00 today 6/23/16.
Time to nibble again, with Friday 6/24/16 a relief rally to sell on the news, SDS then goes higher.
Don't overstay SDS...not a buy and hold.
The betting line is Brits stay not exit vs polls tossup.
Friday 6/24/16 trade should be a doozy, but watch result on 6/23/16 - a higher 10+ points S&P500 close could mean polls outcome discounted. Then 6/24/16 sell on the news.
Soros will look like a broken man or correctly called the short.
UPRO higher to 67.50 then a slight pullback to 65 for you swing traders.
You must have bought between 14.26 and 14.50.
At what price target you want to exit for a profit and exit if the trade goes against you.
Friday should be interesting after Brexit vote - SPXS should either head to over 15 or under 13.50.
low-ball offer; lawsuit coming from ambulance chaser attorney.
Offer should be at least 40-50 but won't.
Only winners here are those bottom-fishers.
EM: The PT Barnum showman.
How much subsidy does the FED give him for his auto and solar?
6/23/16 will be the market shaker Brexit vote: most likely no exit.
Polls hard to predict, but betting line is to stay, not leave.
Most likely S&P 500 trade over 2100, but can it stay over 2100.
Then, UPRO should go over 70; makes for a good swing trade.
Many surprised S&P 500 not lower at 2000.
She's only reaction to world situation economy on brink of collapse;
no reason to raise internet rates but just once in 2016;
nevertheless TBT should go higher instead of lower headed to 38-40 instead of 20-25.
Market will dictate rise in TBT
Transcript below on the google search:
HERERA: This week`s market monitor likes strong growth companies he says
can do well in any macro economic environment. This is his first time
joining us on the program. He is Joe Dennison, portfolio manager at
Zevenbergen Capital Investments.
Welcome. Nice to have you here.
JOE DENNISON, ZEVENBERGEN CAPITAL INVESTMENTS PORTFOLIO MANAGER: Thank
you. Great to be here.
HERERA: Joe, you also mentioned that you want founder-led company-centric
business models, correct?
DENNISON: Yes, that`s correct.
We love strong growth companies, customer-obsessed, founder-led. Founders
have a much longer-term vision and over the long-terms, revenue and
earnings growth that drives stock prices.
MATHISEN: Your third is XPO Logistics. Not a company I know much about.
DENNISON: Yes, XPO Logistics, is another example of strong management team
applying technology to an old industry. They`re a third-party logistics
provider, consolidating a very fragmented market, layering their technology
to rapidly take market share.
CEO Brad Jacobs has proven success with a similar business plan, rolling up
United Ways, United Rentals (NYSE:URI). Key driver for the company is the
shift of shopping online as more and more goods are sold online, the
shipping complexity and demand has risen significantly.
HERERA: We`ve got to go. Thank you so much for joining us. Great to have
you on the program.
Joe Dennison with Zevenbergen Capital Investments.
I saw the program on YouTube...doe he have a good track record of successful picks.
Seem like TSLA, NFLX and XPO all already seen their stock price peaked, unless he thinks there's more appreciation forthcoming.
For XPO, it is trading flat after peaking at over 48 or so, crashed near 20. Now to see if BJ can work wonders with all the mergers, or company collapses. BJ 3rd try after doing same before moving on. Fear is he doesn't stick around.
I'll like to see if XPO can stay over 30 for several months with positive earnings, no accounting exclusions, mergers paying off in this flat economy of transportation movers. CHRW is your mega monster for consistent higher stock price. So much negative issues to make XPO succeed, like high debt. Maybe XPO will surprise and by 12/31/16 it will close over 35, heading to 40-50 in 2017.
Are you still holding SDS or averaging down?
SDS racehorse most likely broke a leg.
I would nibble SDS under 17.50 with Brexit this Thursday a no go, SDS may go under 17.
Part of the reason UVXY is down is Brexit will not happen.
UVXY headed to single digits, again and upside limited to 13.
The, maybe buy.
But be forewarn; UVXY may have a reverse split.
Need big negative event for UVXY to take off to the upside..
What price you holding to sell for a profit - $100 or more?
If VRX goes under 20, still holding, or buy more?
You may get $100 with a VRX reverse split 1:5.
the bottom is in the 80s;
this is not the 2nd coming of VRX, no creative accounting issues;
will take months to trade flat before going higher (2017) to over 125;
PRGO should have sold out to MYL.
At what price did you recently buy expecting 140/150?
PRGO failed to merge with MYL and get to merge with a lower price - they get sued.
Analysts commented price of oil has peaked out and should trade flat.
Should oil trade flat around 40-44, then UCO 14 should be the ceiling price.
Easy money has been made, therefore, time your buys for smaller profits.
At what price is a "solid offer" reasonable?
Many who bought on the MYL rumor buy still in the red.
A takeout price of over 150 good enough, but the buyer will probably prefer a low-ball figure of just 125, combination of cash and stock, not all cash IMO.
Expert opinions welcome, or no deal back to under 100?
STS: did you buy UPRO on the dips 6/9-6/14 fast movers after the drops, the last 4 days? Made for a good swing trade...the unknown is how much higher will UPRO go before another drop.
Yellen won't raise rates after today's FED meeting ends, but unsure if a rally up or sell on the news, waiting to see if she decides July to raise and market reaction.