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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

What do these stocks have in common? $AERL, $CCME, $TORM, $RITT, $HIHO, $ANTP, $LIVE

What do these 7 stocks have in common?

1) They are all winning stock picks.
2) Shorts were wrong on 6 of 7 of them as only one of them has even pulled back significantly from the original run up even though many shorts called them junk and said they would.
3) They had the EPS growth to support a move and/or a strong growth theme in the news.

Usual disclaimers - Do not chase my stocks and do your own research. I can be wrong.

AERL - I first called AERL in the low $7's last Thursday, November 4 Read Blog Post. It hit $11.55 today and closed at $10.70. As we learned from TORM recently, stocks can take a short breather but that does not mean that the story is over. Of all the stocks I have recently called, I think the story and the fundamentals here are the best. Macau is growing like gangbusters, casino stocks have been on fire, and AERL is a macau pure play with a forecasted $2.85 EPS in 2011. That is better EPS than even CCME, another huge super-trades winner. The stock is now free to move since last week as the warrant overhang is over. I think this stock is going much higher, and I am in from the low $7's and have alot of cushion to see this play out. But to me it is like owning CCME when it was $10.70, with even stronger EPS.

CCME - What can I say, this is a super-trades winner and the type of play I am known for. While this did take much longer than I originally thought (as I mis-timed the attack on china stocks over the summer), CCME came to fruition to be everything I always thought it could be today. I originally called this stock last year at $7.50 when the symbol was TMI Read Blog Post and it hit $22.30 today on a great Q3 report and guidance raise. Shorts were wrong here (they can be very wrong at times). Think stock can go higher in time, but no need for me to have any kind of large position after the run up we have had and stocks like AERL being available which to me is like owning CCME when it was $10.70. It was rewarding to see CCME, a stock I had such conviction on, come to full fruition.

TORM - I called TORM at $6.50 on Tuesday October 26th Read Blog Post, and it hit $14 today! Again shorts were wrong on this as it was a real undervalued company with EPS and a mineral in high demand. I think the stock will move higher into earnings this Thursday. I took half off in the $11's and we play it day by day as this appears to be very strong.

RITT - I am no longer in this stock, but I called it in the low $2's on October 21st Read Blog Post and it is still in the $7's today, even after a bad earnings report (as I also predicted). Short sellers can be very wrong at times (as can longs). RITT had a press release with an order from a customer in India the other day.

HIHO - Called this stock on Tuesday October 19th at $2.80, Read Blog Post and it hit $4.24 today and closed at $3.73 after a decent earnings report. Good one to take profit on and watch for more news if it pulls back significantly. I no longer have a position here.

ANTP - Called this stock around $4 on October 19th Read Blog Post and it hit $6.37 on October 22nd and has now pulled back to the low $5's. Definitely a stock to keep on my watch list for more product news and the next earnings report.

LIVE - A stock I called in the $4's on October 14th Read Blog Post It exploded to $22.25 on October 21st in a bizarre explosion and I sold that day in the $10-$13 range. Since then it has fallen all the way back to the $6's. I have no position and think it will take EPS, an acquisition, or product news for this to move again.

Watch China mineral stocks as the news has been China is buying up commodities.

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