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Monday, June 15, 2009

super-trades Momentum Continues With Staying Power

AIM - started off the week with a buy/alert on AIM at $4.20 today Read Blog Post. It hit $6.45 for a one day gain of 54%! This situation reminds me eerily of my recent stock pick MRM Read Blog Post, which I called at $6.40 on a similar earnings and EPS turnaround and hit a high of $13.38, or 109% from the original alert. While AIM may pullback, I think it has much higher to go based on what appears to be a potential EPS run rate of well over $1+. I am long AIM from $4.20.

SKBO - I am extremely excited about this stock and cannot wait for it to get to the Nasdaq. I am long this stock with an average in the $11's and will be adding on any pullbacks. (Although it does not seem to want to pullback so far). Read my reasons for thinking this is the next EFUT type mover Read SKBO Research

LZR - Old super-trades favorite LZR which I nailed for 100% gain TWICE, still kept going. Today it hit a new high of $11.14 becoming a 140% super-trades idea gainer from low to high.

VIFL - Another old super-trades favorite. Bought at $1.35 Read Blog Post It hit $3.00 for a 122% gain. It then pulled back under $2. Today it closed at $2.80 on the strength of Friday's news of irradiation approval for oysters Read Article.

super-trades Notes:
- Very exciting to me that many of my picks are not only working , but showing staying power much higher than my original alerts. This proves the research was correct more than anything.

- When I have profit on a pick, I will always take some off the table and use a mental stop on the rest to ensure profitability.

- Look for more new ideas every week as I spend much time researching.

- Don't chase any stocks. Low float stocks can be volatile and dangerous. My blog is not investment advice but instead documents my trades/ideas.

1 comment:

Xiphoid said...

Keep up the great picks!

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