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Mon: Buys GM AMLN YHOO CTIC DNDN Sells SPY OIH

 
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 19, 2008 8:15 am    Post subject: Mon: Buys GM AMLN YHOO CTIC DNDN Sells SPY OIH Reply with quote

Mon: Top Buys GM AMLN YHOO CTIC DNDN Top Sells SPY OIH

Primary Trades:

GM May 17.5 calls and AMLN May or Jul out-of-the-money calls are buys on pullbacks, e.g. GM towards 19 1/2 and AMLN below 30 1/2. YHOO May 27.5 or 30 calls are buys before earnings Tue. SPY and OIH May puts are buys, given volatility should continue.

Secondary Trades:

CTIC and DNDN are top biotech picks.

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Primary Trade: An intermediate or long term trade. Timing can be off substantially. Volatility not a factor. Risk is low to moderate. Potential return is often moderate.

Secondary Trade: A short term trade. Timing must be accurate or volatility must be high. Risk is high. Potential return is high.

Secondary Trades should be generally avoided, although considered. Note: If Secondary Trades are taken, they may affect Primary Trades.
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