Month: July 2013

Idea charts as of July 27, 2013

COG keeps bubbling up:

cog_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

CORN ETF reflects recent decline in agricultural futures:
corn_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

Chinese Internet connecting with the market:
cyou_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

Chinese Internets again:
dang_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

Biotech still alive:
gild_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

HAL’s bounce, despite the news of evidence tampering, is a “tell”:
hal_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

HBI, an underwear maker, has had a lot of support since last summer:
hbi_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

More biotech success in the form of ICLR:
iclr_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

Lockheed Martin’s success shows defense stocks still have teeth:
lmt_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

LNKD and the New New Things are still connecting in the market:
lnkd_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

Lightpath LPTH shares may have a bright future:
lpth_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

Can’t “NOC” down defense:
noc_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

NQ rides the growth of the mobile internet:
nq_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

OCN reflects the continued recovery in the housing market:
ocn_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

OII is part of the energetic bounce in natural resources:
oii_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

Fertilizer shares, perhaps in tandem with agriculture futures prices, keeps going to “POT”:
pot_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

SBUX continues its caffeinated ride upwards:
sbux_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

SFUN and the bounce in Chinese internet shares is fun indeed:
sfun_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

TRIP is taking one north:
trip_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

UNG have been UGH:
ung_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

XRT up on a buying spree:
xrt_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

YNDX is part of the rise in the New New tech:
yndx_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

Ours is not to question YY, but perhaps to only buy:
yy_2013-07-27-TOS_CHARTS

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Ideas (with stops) as of week ended July 27, 2013

This is a once a week posting, presented with Longs then shorts trade ticker ideas, with a suggested stop loss price point (assuming you entered a position as of Monday,July 29, 2013) in descending order of USD trade value (shares times price), ranging from 20 day highs/breakouts to mega 200 day+ trends. I’ll drill down to specific, interesting observations after presenting the “raw” USD market volume longs and sold that were observed on Friday, July 27, 2013.

Again, I present only potential stop loss price points, as opposed to “stop profit” points that most use in the form of exit “targets”. I try to present trading ideas with the objective of following prices, with a potential error exit point. Risk management trumps prediction.

Among the mega-cap long trades, Internet tech sector plays have been a leading sector, and include “older” companies, such as Amazon (AMZN) which brushed aside the loss of the most recent quarterly earnings report. Starbucks (SBUX) revival is evident over the past few months of shares percolating up. Halliburton (HAL) is part of potential revival in energy issues during the past few months, Chinese internets like BIDU have found leadership appeal joining established leading sector of Biotechs, which includes Gilead Sciences (GILD). Lastly, a prominent sell trend pause and bounce long is formerly tech and market leader Apple, Inc (AAPL).

1B+ LONG:

AAPL 404
AMZN 286.7
SBUX 67.8
HAL 41.6
BIDU 111.3
GILD 56.1

500M – 1B USD LONG:

JNJ 88.1
FXI 32.1
CELG 128.7
LNKD 183.8

250M – 500M USD LONG:
ACT 120.3
CLF 16.2
KORS 58.2
AMGN 99.3
ESRX 63.7
MMM 111.3
ADS 178.9
XLV 48.8

100M – 250M LONG:
MCK 117.0
BSX 9.8
TRIP 65.0
VLO 31.6
DD 53.8
VRSN 44.1
LMT 113.3
AKAM 42.8
DAL 19.3
CX 10.4
CHK 20.8
XRT 77.5
UAL 31.1
COG 69.0
FFIV 77.5
EA 22.6
OCN 41.9
EW 64.8
NOC 85.5
IBB 182.1
MYL 30.9
CNX 27.2
CHKP 51.7
YNDX 29.4
CRM 37.4
HCA 35.9
BG 69.7
QIHU 53.5
EWY 53.0

50M – 100M
QCOR 42.9
GNC 47.9
TIF 74.6
ORLY 114.7
MT 12.0
YY 32.6
EWH 18.2
USU 12.0
RAX 40.6
NUE 43.2
RCL 34.0
MMC 39.9
SAN 6.6
BCR 107.6
HBI 54.9
IWF 73.8
OII 73.3
WNR 25.9
SHY 84.1
DKS 48.2
HSY 89.7
FLT 82.8
ALKS 27.7
JAZZ 66.1

10M – 50M USD:
TEF 13.0
FISV 87.6
MNKD 6.00
ALK 54.6
SFUN 30.9
LL 81.3
RVBD 15.9
EWA 22.7
NSM 40.0
DANG 7.1
NQ 11.6
NVO 157.9
LOGM 26.2
FXY 95.6
RYN 54.9
BBVA 8.7
GLNG 33.5
UTHR 65.3
GDP 15.0
SID 2.5
LAZ 32.8
WETF 11.6
CYOU 36.2
AFOP 25.7
BID 38.9
FBC 15.2
IDTI 8.1
ABG 42.1
ICLR 35.9
EWP 29.1
WWWW 24.4
AKS 3.0
MR 36.3
URRE 3.1
APO 23.1
EWS 12.7
GAME 5.1
XOOM 27.7
KOF 128.2
AVG 19.4
RJET 11.6

1M – 10M USD:
BOFI 48.2
VLY 9.4
EWI 12.2
KALU 61
BHE 20.6
GY 15.8
BIK 20.6
RST 14.7
ARLP 67.9
ASR 107.2
PJP 43.8
MKTG 12.4
BBH 73.0
TNGO 15.4
NMM 14.0
GOL 2.9
PFS 16.6
SSNI 21.0
MTDR 11.6
URZ 0.9
RTH 53.3
XPH 71.7
DNN 1
LPTH 1.4
IGF 35.3
FFIC 17.8
DCOM 16.4
PPH 46.1
FXF 102.3
MNI 2.6
BDE 9.3

SHORT/SELLS:

100M – 1B short:
EXPE 56.1
CAM 63.7
VXX 18.4
SWI 42.2
PHM 19.7
STX 46.1
POT 40.2
EQIX 205
CDNS 15.5
FTI 59.6
BEN 79.4
UNG 21

50M – 100M USD short:
IBN 38.3
SMTC 35
ERJ 39.4
TER 18.4

10M – 50M USD short:
HNT 34.2
MLNX 54.9
BIL 46.0
VNTV 29.0
TYPE 27.7
NGLS 54.3
UUP 22.6
HTCH 5.3

1M – 10M USD short:
ADNC 14.2
TOO 36.0
LQDT 33.1
TGH 37.0
MX 19.8
NXTM 14.9
IMOS 18.3
CORN 39.3
FXP 23.5
CODE 12.9
RJA 8.6
KWK 2.1
JJG 49.4

DON’T be attached to OUTCOMES: A life lesson from someone granted asylum as a child after Chernobyl $LIFE

A wonderful TED talk from a remarkable human being:

The below TED Talk description:

“Tania Luna has an unusual title: she calls herself a “surprisologist.” The co-founder and CEO of Surprise Industries, Luna thinks deeply about how to delight, and how to help individuals and teams thrive in uncertain circumstances and develop the bonds needed to get through them.

When Luna was invited to take part in TED’s Worldwide Talent Search in 2012, she expected to give a talk about surprise and the importance of not being attached to outcomes. However, she was inspired to tell a more personal story — one many of her closest friends didn’t know — about her Ukrainian family getting asylum in the United States when she was 6-yeard-old and arriving in New York with virtually nothing. She sees her work as connected to her upbringing — in which a piece of Bazooka bubble gum, a thrown-out toy or a mis-delivered pizza was magical — because it gave her an appreciation for the joy of little surprises.”

Interesting Price Charts based upon Ideas (Stops) for July 22, 2013

Tickers to look at, in descending USD trading volume as of July 19, 2013, which in the past week have share volumes above the 50 day average trading volume, include:

*Caveat is recent prices might be “extended” relative to 10 and 20 average prices, which is something to prepare against. A speculator might have to adjust trading size, time frame and/or set orders for entry against the 10 day average at a minimum for a sustained directional trade. Again, risk management is way more important than any specific idea for this type of speculation.

UNH
COF
STX
OIH
SINA
XLNX
QIHU
BK
HLF
WLP
CHKP
YELP
KRE
CDNS
MTZ
PKG
FII
GAME
SGI
NQ
CVBF
HSOL
CVCO
CPLP
KCE

kce 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

cplp 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

hsol 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

cvbf 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

nq 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

sgi 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

game 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

fii 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

pkg 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

mtz 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

cdns 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

kre 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

yelp 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

chkp 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

wlp 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

hlf 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

bk 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

QIHU 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

xlnx 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

sina 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

oih 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

stx 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

COF 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

UNH 2013-07-21-TOS_CHARTS

Ideas (with stop loss points) as of July 22, 2013

Below reported are long trades, with potential stops, for all stocks at some kind of new/continuing high, ranging from relatively new 20 day highs to those surpassing their 200 day highs.

Observe the continued ascent in the market, with emerging participation of sectors that were in decline and/or under heavy short interest, suggesting short covering, and a potential resolution of long liquidation in related sectors.

Below the trade reports, will be an attempt at evaluating specific tickers that may be of interest due to potential/theoretical “pivot points”, where the trade idea’s volume and prices, combined with recent 10 and 20 day averages and the 50 day average volume present interesting entry points.

In reality, risk management, trade sizing and pre-planned loss exits have greater importance for sustained trading and portfolio protection. The below is an exercise at filtering many ticker ideas down to a manageable amount for independent traders to consider, at least for this blog’s author.

In descending order of USD market volume:
500M+ USD

SPY 162.31
GE 23.14
IWM 99.41
ES_F 1610.72
YM_F 14856.82
SLB 76.84
PFE 27.11
XOM 90.99
JNJ 87.25
KFT 39.94
CMG 376.23
XLE 79.46
GILD 54.04
WFC 41.43
CVX 120.41
GLD 116.17
IVV 163.45
GDX 21.72
HAL 42.05
XLF 19.75
XLI 43.27
AMGN 98.93
GS 150.58
UNH 65.99
WMT 74.34

In descending order of USD market volume
250M+ USD

KO 38.71
MDY 214.42
SWKS 21.03
BIIB 202.01
OXY 85.51
COF 64.16
MMM 110.61
NOV 69.03
XLP 40.06
UTX 96.86
SSO 78.79
XLV 48.23
APC 85.83
LQD 112.13
STX 43.82
LULU 59.68
NTAP 38.55
EMR 55.02
XLU 37.37

In descending order of USD market volume, 100 – 250M USD:

XLB 38.54
GLW 13.93
REGN 232.88
JCI 37.93
OIH 43.72
SINA 57.72
USO 36.19
BP 41.19
MON 96.66
XLNX 42.32
ESRX 62.56
EOG 136.41
LMT 109.45
QIHU 49.36
COST 111.89
SPG 152.26
CMI 108.56
GG 22.83
DVN 53.59
AET 59.51
CHK 20.52
COH 55.17
ADM 34.46
BK 29.15
KR 36.31
PH 96.29
HLF 47.66
XOP 58.65
WLP 81.3
VTI 84.07
WLT 9.84
IBB 180.62
KRFT 53.24
KSU 107.6
COG 66.17
NOC 83.66
GIS 49.14
NE 37.64
CAM 60.22
KLAC 55.97
CHKP 51.98
TROW 73.64
YELP 35.47
IJR 92.58
BSX 8.85

In descending order of USD market volume, 50-100M USD:

NBL 58.41
K 64.14
MGM 14.44
SU 29.43
MYL 30.21
SWN 35.85
FLR 57.46
GOLD 59.27
ORLY 111.2
IYT 110.71
MHK 105.22
SDRL 40.63
RDC 32.7
TLM 10.72
ESV 56.45
YNDX 27.82
EMN 69.49
CI 72.5
SD 4.92
TIP 110.4
BCR 108.07
IWD 84.63
HSY 87.97
RAI 49.58
MNST 57.01
MLNX 44.92
EW 61.63
XME 32.35
KRE 34.37
CX 10.05
AGG 105.98
MT 11.62
CDNS 14.83
IJH 117.82
PTEN 19.68
FISV 86.68
APKT 28.38
MTZ 31.35
RDN 11.34
PKG 48.9
AUY 8.64
LL 76.89
OII 73.71

In descending USD market volume, 25-50M USD:

OAS 37.56
CMCSK 40.01
NSM 39.58
XBI 110.81
OEF 73.09
SHY 84.09
RSP 62.27
NTES 61.17
UTHR 63.1
JEC 55.18
DVY 64.91
KGC 4.12
EWG 24.83
IVE 77.09
MDC 28.78
DBC 25.45
RYL 34.22
SLCA 19.98
IWN 87.72
XEC 68.58
BRO 31.74
FNSR 16.42
USG 22.64
CRUS 16.88
FII 27.99
GWR 85.6
IWV 97.12
KBE 29.15
UWM 63.59
ALKS 26.32
WCG 55.7
LSI 7.08
EXR 40.91
GAME 4.72
EGO 5.83
ACM 31.43

In descending USD market volume, 10-25M USD:
QEP 26.92
EWC 26.65
IWB 90.47
ROSE 42.25
ABB 21.72
MKL 521.88
TMK 65.81
CNH 41.09
CPA 128.37
ST 34.81
EWU 18.09
CBL 21.82
GFI 4.6
WDR 45.39
GA 6.97
TFM 49.04
PB 54.74
SAVE 31.21
SGI 15.28
MR 35.49
FEIC 71.87
NQ 9.12
BCEI 35.71
GHL 43.18
APO 22.04
HLSS 22.36
TEG 58.79
JNS 8.67
CNC 50.54
IWS 58.4
POL 25.81
WETF 10.71
ING 9.05
RYN 54.01
GDP 12.23
IYE 45.45
PCRX 30.37
PJP 43.08
DDM 93.41
IGE 39.1
OIL 23.91
AL 26.13
Y 382.51

In descending USD market volume, 1-5M USD:
BXS 17.67
PPLT 129.74
AFSI 37.66
ASGN 27.37
CVBF 12.5
IEO 71.2
NAT 7.91
MDAS 18.88
RPXC 16.97
EWI 11.7
PHYS 10.05
SAPE 12.88
DIG 56.21
FXC 93.78
BGFV 21.38
SYT 79.04
AYR 16.27
BBH 72.38
GLDD 7.67
IYM 67.26
DJP 37
VDC 103.39
FTK 17.71
FIG 6.9
DW 38.95
IYG 72.55
BHE 19.71
HSOL 2.64
EGL 28.58
HCI 30.99
CALM 47.96
GTE 5.64
IAT 29.47
RJI 8.02
PFS 16.28
CVCO 49.58
NM 4.92
IGF 34.87
PALL 67.31
ITA 83.35
WTM 577.66
CPLP 8.87
FRO 1.72
KCE 40.56
CBF 17.92
RTH 53.12
TAM 18.32
XRM 11.73
VLCCF 6.59
DCOM 16.25
IYK 87.54
UYM 34.36
TNP 4.37
PHO 22.27
BDE 9.26
USCI 54.01
PRN 39.18
FFIC 16.98

On the sell/short list, are relatively few ideas, with a few notable tickers:

1+B USD range
MSFT 34.78
ISRG 454.33
INTC 24.98

100M-1B USD range
VXX 19.35
CME 80.89
SDS 39.83

50M to 100M USD range
SH 29.11
MELI 119.81
TDG 154.64

1M to 50M USD range:
IMOS 19.53
TWM 17.15
DUG 65.12
DTO 36.15
LQDT 34.08
CHUY 43.53
DXD 34.88
RWM 19.98
SKF 22.59
SPIL 5.93
DZZ 7.78
SDD 17.39
MYY 21.53

“INTERESTING” TICKERS, in descending USD trading volume as of July 19, 2013, which in the past week have share volumes above the 50 day average trading volume, include:
*Caveat is recent prices might “extended” relative to the 10 and 20 average price for these tickers, which is something to prepare against.

UNH
COF
STX
OIH
SINA
XLNX
QIHU
BK
HLF
WLP
CHKP
YELP
KRE
CDNS
MTZ
PKG
FII
GAME
SGI
NQ
CVBF
HSOL
CVCO
CPLP
KCE

Ideas (stop) as of July 19, 2013: a quickie list $SPY $IWM $BAC at the top

As the format goes weekly, with ideas posted weekly, I may post some daily trades with stops and any random thoughts that fire through my head.

It’s just lots of longs lately. Lots of short covering and lots of trepidation out there on a regular basis.

The backdrop for the trading routine it seems is rinse and repeat, up, up, down, up, down, down,up. This flatland of a trading universe coalesced over a decade ago. Plenty of others have provided coverage, I’m just venting here.

Years of centrally-managed chaos in the markets provides a weak balm for debt deflation denial, peppered with technological hiccups in the form of broken trades in exchanges, nano-time scale quote stuffing and geopolitical sea change, producing moments wherein price trends are realized with “A-Ha” climaxes. There are, however, no meaningful epiphanies to be had, except with loved ones and friends, away from the trading desks. You can only sit still so long, like an inbred sovereign within the kingdom of your imagination, trying to devine meaning, fitfully from the shadow puppet theatre played out in your mind’s cave, before you see you are only trading price and expectations and the risk pricing schema distilled from, consciously or not, your inner dramatic monologue.

In the meantime, there are people who are making real change, raising money, meeting payroll, producing and shipping. We can trade off the shadows cast by the light of real risk taking.

Enough onanistic cogitation, some trade thoughts:

1B+ USD Market volume USD scale
SPY 161.8
IWM 99.1
BAC 13.6
ES_F 1600
YM_F 14815
JPM 52.2
DIA 149.4
WFC 41.3
MS 24.8

<1B USD market volume
XOM 90.1
UNH 65.2
XLF 19.7
BA 98.5
IVV 162.9
BIDU 98.5
JCI 37.5
DD 53.7
LNKD 179.8
AIG 43.1
XLNX 42.2
GILD 52.5

<500M USD
XLI 42.8
MDY 213.8
SLB 73.3
EMC 23.8
SSO 78.2
SINA 57.6
MMM 109.9
AMD 4
ESRX 62.5
DAL 18
AET 59.2
NUS 72.5
V 179.6
NTAP 38.1
UTX 95.7
WLP 80.9
COF 62.4

There's more below 250M USD but these are notes, I'll do a more comprehensive weekly posting after friday closes and post during the weekend.

Ideas (stop): For July 13, 2013, by Market Value

LOTS OF LONGS, by descending USD market volume. NOTE: This is a ROUGH rule of thumb as there is double counting I believe in Nasdaq issues, but it suffices to show what has size and what doesn’t. It’s not surprise that the S&P 500 ETF “SPY” is at the top of the heap.

I intend for this to be a weekly feature, done after the last trading day of each week. (I initially wanted to do a daily posting, and might in special cases for specific tickers, sectors or ideas if something catches my interest and I have time for it.) All tickers come with a potential stop loss exit, based upon a July 12, 2013 entry. Risk management is up the reader.

LONG 1B+ USD volume
SPY 159.93
IWM 97.34
GOOG 869.7
MSFT 33.03
BAC 12.68
TSLA 108.4
AMZN 283.85
C 45.91
NFLX 220.36
ALXN 97.2
XOM 88.94
PG 76.65

LONG >500M+ USD volume
XLF 19.25
GILD 51.08
CSCO 24.2
XLE 77.41
CVX 117.2
JNJ 85.09
PCLN 855.33
AIG 42.6
MDY 210.76
HPQ 23.72

LONG >250M+ USD volume
MCD 96.52
BA 99.54
F 15.77
UNH 63.62
KO 38.57
IBB 177.49
MRK 45.32
FB 23.33
CAT 81.59
HD 75.2
REGN 223.42
DIS 62.24
GM 33.14
LNKD 176.26
AXP 72.83
UTX 93.51
AMGN 92.36
XRT 76.75
ATHN 96.33
WMT 73.57
SBUX 65.22
SLB 71.66
GMCR 81.54
BIIB 196.96
XLU 36.5
APC 83.56
FSLR 38.15
MA 563.08
XLV 47.38
VNQ 66.14
ESRX 61.32
EOG 131.45
XLY 56.94
MMM 109.16
COST 110
ADS 175.65

LONG >100M+ USD VOLUME
FFIV 70.85
DD 51.12
XLP 39.45
XLNX 39.68
XLK 30.55
CRM 35.69
AMT 70.5
USO 35.18
OIH 42.45
LYB 63.42
ADBE 44.69
GPS 41.96
EQIX 181.64
VTI 82.87
GIS 48.27
DTV 59.65
BX 19.13
CX 9.87
BK 27.27
CCI 71.2
TJX 49.37
NOC 83.08
NOW 39.96
SODA 72.01
SPWR 20.89
BHI 45.58
PCYC 91.53
COF 62.27
WFM 49.05
HIG 28.71
KLAC 54.79
DFS 46.49
ETN 63.12
IJR 90.65
WDAY 59.45
VRX 83.64
CMCSK 39.43
SHW 173.58
KRFT 52.15
QCOR 41.56
STX 42.62
KMB 93.98
MYL 29.55
IWN 85.28
QIHU 44.88
DISCA 78.89
CTXS 61.87
CREE 61.05
NE 36.87
WU 16.37

LONG >50M+ USD Volume
QLD 66.39
ALK 53.13
TROW 71.43
RSX 24.66
EXPE 58.01
YELP 32.82
MTB 110.96
HTZ 24.44
ROK 84.21
MCK 110.98
YNDX 27.53
PETM 67.04
SPLK 45.38
UTHR 62.26
CHKP 49.93
IJH 115.91
ADM 34.05
ESV 55.43
MCHP 36.66
ORLY 110.34
RIG 46.33
SDRL 39.33
MHK 103.49
IWO 112.89
MDRX 13.98
AKAM 41.1
EA 21.78
GSK 50.22
GCI 23.68
PKG 48.61
IWD 82.99
NXPI 29.23
DECK 48.87
FTI 53.49
PII 93.5
APKT 28.38
AMG 157.24
TSN 25.45

LONG >25M+ USD VOLUME
SNTS 21.67
NTRS 57.57
BID 37.84
OIL 23.18
CDNS 14.6
OEF 71.97
USG 22.31
IWF 72.97
TM 119.55
DVY 63.78
CSTR 53.4
DISCK 71.34
FBHS 37.27
AES 11.62
UWM 61.24
TMK 65.46
FRC 37.03
IWV 95.77
SMH 36.83
OPEN 59.88
RVBD 15.45
MKL 513.42
ST 34.39
BG 69.85
RSP 61.42
IACI 46.81
GNRC 36.74
FNSR 15.99
Z 53.89
UYG 91.62
IVE 75.68
XBI 105.98
CINF 46.36
TSCO 113.23
DNKN 41.52
WDR 43.39
MLNX 42.8
INVN 13.63
BRO 31.58
QEP 27.03
JNS 8.45
MBI 11.77
CNQR 80.09
KKR 18.12
CRUS 16.04
YY 26.43
IWB 89.42
GTLS 91.73
NDAQ 31.76
IVW 84.37
VMI 138.34
GLNG 31.89
SSNC 33.75
N 89.57
G 19.61
ALKS 25.27
BCEI 34.63
WLK 90.61
DDM 91.1
GWR 83.02
LSI 6.88
TRLA 30.3
ANN 31.54
IYF 70.99
ABB 21.19
TFM 47.53
AL 25.86
MDSO 72.33
AIZ 49.83
FII 27.34
LOPE 31.96
BBH 71.16
DSW 73.41
EVR 36.24
HLSS 21.73
PCRX 27.27
CBRL 94.36
APO 20.97
Y 374.99
WETF 10.35
DRYS 1.49
MTZ 30.77
IWS 57.33
SBNY 81.87
NSR 48.43
GEL 49.48
CNH 39.89
GTAT 3.5
ALEX 38.1
GRFS 27.48
YGE 2.84
TUMI 22.64
SREV 9.91
MIDD 167.42
FBT 59.77

LONG >1M+ USD VOLUME
TNGO 14.06
TEG 56.54
FEIC 70.39
IYE 44.28
ASGN 26.82
DWRE 41.45
FTK 17.69
DIOD 25.27
EFII 27.58
SNTA 3.84
EPAM 25.94
HMSY 22.97
PJP 42.63
OZM 9.82
GDP 11.56
VDC 101.92
VRNT 33.52
SAPE 12.62
SAM 166.1
PBS 21.39
BV 8.35
DUG 68.66
BGFV 20.99
GVA 27.93
CBF 17.44
LOGM 24.75
IDTI 7.72
BCOR 18.32
MX 16.7
XPH 70.62
MDAS 17.23
NQ 7.96
NAT 7.38
RPXC 15.86
BREW 8.81
IYK 86.78
KIE 53.94
IYG 70.59
TOO 31.61
INP 50.93
DIG 53.36
IAI 30.26
NMM 13.64
DBO 25.63
SJB 32.6
DW 38.5
BNO 78.08
RJI 7.91
SGI 13.57
WAIR 17.78
ININ 50.99
POWR 13.62
PBW 5.23
AMKR 4.05
EGOV 16.68
LNDC 13.31
PFS 15.85
PBE 30.57
DCOM 15.53
PRN 38.04
XLG 113.7
CMRE 16.9
BDE 8.92
PHO 21.97
RTH 52.53

ideas (stop): as of July 13, 2013

All Longs, presented in alphabetical order, with a potential stop price to exit in case long is “wrong”. Typically, the last few lists were done in descending order of USD market value volume, but this is a “raw” alphabetical format with only a suggested exit on the long in the event it proves “false”. All traders must decide on their own sizing, entry is simply the close of this past week, as a rough entry point.

FTSE Inde 6187.84
Nikkei 225 13087.71
ABB 21.19
ADBE 44.69
ADM 34.05
ADS 175.65
AES 11.62
AIG 42.6
AIZ 49.83
AKAM 41.1
AL 25.86
ALEX 38.1
ALK 53.13
ALKS 25.27
ALXN 97.2
AMG 157.24
AMGN 92.36
AMKR 4.05
AMT 70.5
AMZN 283.85
ANN 31.54
APC 83.56
APKT 28.38
APO 20.97
ARA 0.12
ASGN 26.82
ATHN 96.33
AVL 0.5
AXP 72.83
BA 99.54
BAC 12.68
BBH 71.16
BCEI 34.63
BCOR 18.32
BDE 8.92
BG 69.85
BGFV 20.99
BHI 45.58
BID 37.84
BIIB 196.96
BITA 10.49
BK 27.27
BKR 26.4
BNO 78.08
BOBS 12.37
BREW 8.81
BRO 31.58
BV 8.35
BX 19.13
C 45.91
CAT 80.96
CBF 17.44
CBRL 94.36
CCI 71.2
CDNS 14.6
CHKP 49.93
CINF 46.36
CMCSK 39.43
CMRE 16.9
CNH 39.89
CNQR 80.09
COF 62.27
COST 110
CREE 61.05
CRM 34.7
CRUS 16.04
CSCO 24.2
CSN 11.9
CSTR 53.4
CTXS 61.87
CVCO 47.54
CVH 49.69
CVX 116.79
CX 9.87
DBO 25.63
DCOM 15.53
DD 51.12
DDM 91.1
DECK 48.87
DFS 46.49
DIG 53.36
DIOD 25.27
DIS 62.24
DISCA 78.89
DISCK 71.34
DNKN 41.52
DRYS 1.49
DSW 73.41
DTV 59.65
DVY 63.78
DW 38.5
DWRE 41.45
EA 21.78
EFII 27.58
EGOV 16.68
EOG 131.45
EPAM 25.94
EQIX 181.64
ESRX 61.32
ESV 55.43
ETN 63.12
EVR 36.24
EXPE 58.01
F 15.77
FAA 42.9
FB 23.33
FBHS 37.27
FBT 59.77
FEIC 70.39
FFIV 70.85
FII 27.34
FNI 20.95
FNSR 15.99
FRC 37.03
FSLR 38.15
FTI 53.49
FTK 17.69
G 19.61
GCI 23.68
GDP 11.56
GEL 49.48
GILD 51.08
GIS 48.27
GLNG 31.62
GM 33.14
GNK 1.15
GNRC 36.45
GOOG 869.7
GPS 41.96
GRFS 27.48
GSK 50.22
GSP 31.78
GTAT 3.5
GTLS 91.73
GVA 27.93
GWR 83.02
HD 75.2
HIG 28.71
HLSS 21.73
HMSY 22.97
HPQ 23.72
HTZ 24.44
IACI 46.81
IAI 30.26
IBB 177.49
IDTI 7.72
IJH 115.91
IJR 90.65
ININ 50.99
INP 50.93
INVN 13.63
IVE 75.68
IVW 84.37
IWB 89.42
IWD 82.99
IWF 72.97
IWM 97.34
IWN 85.28
IWO 112.89
IWS 57.33
IWV 95.77
IYE 44.28
IYF 70.99
IYG 70.59
IYK 86.78
JNJ 84.65
JNS 8.45
KIE 53.94
KKR 18.12
KLAC 54.79
KMB 93.98
KO 38.57
KRFT 52.15
KROO 16.72
LNDC 13.31
LNKD 176.26
LOGM 24.75
LOPE 31.64
LSI 6.88
LYB 63.42
MA 563.08
MBI 11.77
MCD 96.52
MCHP 36.66
MCK 110.98
MDAS 17.23
MDRX 13.98
MDSO 72.33
MDY 210.76
MHK 103.49
MIDD 167.42
MKL 513.42
MLNX 42.8
MMM 109.16
MNI 2.36
MRK 45.32
MSFT 33.03
MTB 110.96
MTZ 30.77
MX 16.7
MYL 29.55
N 89.57
NAT 7.38
NDAQ 31.76
NE 36.87
NFLX 220.36
NMM 13.64
NOC 83.08
NOW 39.96
NQ 7.96
NSR 48.43
NTRS 57.57
NUCL 33.35
NXPI 29.23
NXY 27.11
OEF 71.97
OIH 42.45
OIL 23.18
OPEN 59.88
ORLY 110.34
OZM 9.82
PBE 30.57
PBS 21.39
PBW 5.23
PCLN 855.33
PCRX 27.27
PCYC 91.53
PETM 67.04
PFS 15.85
PG 76.65
PHO 21.97
PICO 20.89
PII 93.5
PJP 42.63
PKG 48.03
POWR 13.62
PRN 38.04
PXP 48.36
QCOR 41.56
QEP 27.03
QIHU 44.88
QLD 66.39
REGN 223.42
RIG 46.33
RJI 7.91
RJN 6.49
ROK 84.21
RPXC 15.86
RSP 61.42
RSX 24.66
RTH 52.53
RVBD 15.45
SAM 166.1
SAPE 12.62
SBNY 81.87
SBUX 65.22
SDA 13.1
SDRL 39.33
SGI 13.57
SHW 173.58
SLB 71.66
SMH 36.83
SNTA 3.84
SNTS 21.67
SPLK 45.38
SPWR 20.89
SPY 159.93
SREV 9.91
SSNC 33.75
ST 34.39
STX 42.62
TEG 56.54
TFM 47.53
TJX 49.37
TM 119.55
TMK 65.46
TNGO 14.06
TOO 31.61
TOPS 1.25
TRLA 30.3
TROW 71.43
TSCO 113.23
TSLA 108.4
TSN 25.45
TUMI 22.64
UEC 1.7
UNH 63.62
USG 22.31
USO 35.18
UTHR 62.26
UTX 93.51
UWM 61.24
UYG 91.62
VDC 101.92
VMI 138.34
VNQ 66.14
VRNT 33.52
VRX 83.64
VTI 82.87
VWDRY 4.9
WAIR 17.78
WDAY 59.45
WDR 43.39
WETF 10.35
WFM 49.05
WLK 90.61
WMT 73.57
WU 16.37
XBD 124.37
XBI 105.98
XLE 77.41
XLF 19.25
XLG 113.7
XLK 30.55
XLNX 39.68
XLP 39.45
XLU 36.5
XLV 47.04
XLY 56.58
XOM 88.94
XPH 70.62
XRT 76.75
Y 374.99
YELP 32.82
YGE 2.84
YNDX 27.53
YY 25.87
Z 53.89

ideas (stop) : July 12, 2013 “MOSTLY LONG!”

MOSTLY LONG!

SPY (159.6)
IWM (96.9)
GOOG (865.8)
MSFT (33)
XLF (19)
AMZN (276.6)
CSCO (24.1)
KFT (39.9)
TSLA (104.1)
DIA (147.8)
CELG (119.9)
JNJ (84.6)
PCLN (844.7)
IVV (160.8)
XLI (42.4)
F (15.6)
HD (74.4)
HPQ (23.8)
BA (99.5)
AMD (3.8)
MDY (210)
UNH (63.6)
XLY (56.6)
SSO (76.1)
EOG (130.1)
UTX (93.5)
XRT (76.7)
VTI (82.6)
SBUX (64.8)
MA (563)
MMM (108.4)
ADS (172.8)
HTZ (24)
DG (50.8)
ESRX (60.8)
GPS (41.6)
GIS (48.2)
NOV (68.1)
COF (61.2)
COST (109.4)
KR (35.1)
VRX (82.9)
YNDX (27.1)
ADBE (44.2)
TJX (49.2)
CI (71)
WLP (79.9)
IBB (173.2)
HIG (28.7)
STX (42.1)
SPWR (20.3)
KLAC (54.8)
DPS (46.5)
IWD (82.6)
AZO (412.1)
IJR (90.6)
LMT (107)
CMCSK (39.4)
CHKP (49.9)
QLD (65.7)
ADM (33.9)
HSY (86.9)
WU (16.2)
NOC (82.7)
IWN (85.2)
QIHU (44.9)
MMC (39.4)
TSN (25.2)
SSYS (78)
K (62.9)
DISCA (78.5)
FNSR (15.7)
SDRL (39.1)
PCYC (86.1)
IJH (115.3)
EA (21.7)
RAI (48.2)
IWO (48.2)
YY (25.8)
PKG (48)
AMG (155.3)
PETM (67)
ROST (62.5)
QCOR (40.4)
NOW (39)
EMN (67.3)
RSP (61.1)
MCHP (36.1)
ORLY (110.3)
TER (16.8)
BG (69.7)
SNTS (20.9)
SMH (36.6)
YELP (31.2)
PII (92.5)
JAZZ (63.3)
TSCO (112.9)
UYG (90.1)
IVE (75.4)
FISV (85.7)
RVBD (15.3)
NDAQ (31.5)
BID (37.8)
OEF (72)
WDR (42.9)
CSTR (53.4)
ULTA (91.6)
NTES (58.7)
TMK (65.1)
SSNC (33)
INVN (13.4)
BRO (31.3)
XBI (106)
UWM (60.7)
CNQR (79.3)
N (87.7)
ANN (31.4)
CDNS (14.4)
WLK (90.1)
DNKN (41.5)
LOPE (31.6)
DISCK (70.6)
CVLT (72.8)
ULTI (119)
AIZ (49.2)
IWB (89)
TFM (46.9)
JNS (8.2)
GTLS (90.5)
FII (27)
HNT (30.5)
DDM (91.1)
NSR (48)
IL (8.7)
ICON (29.8)
NGLS (48.5)
IYF (70.4)
MTZ (30.5)
IYF (70.4)
FTK (17.5)
CBRL (93.5)
FBT (58.4)
DSW (73.4)
SAVE (29.6)
MWA (6.9)
WOR (32)
ACM (29.8)
SAPE (52.2)
LAD (52.2)
BLOX (27.7)
GEL (48.9)
PJP (42.3)
G (19.2)
SYA (16.2)
TGP (41.1)
YGE (2.8)
DWRE (41.1)
FEIC (70.4)
AYR (15.9)
SAM 165.5
SREV 9.4
ICLR 34.8
BBH 69.2
KIE 53.4
BV 8.3
ABG 38.8
BGFV 20.7
EFII 27.4
ININ 51
MPWR 23
PGTI 8.4
DBO 25.3
XPH 70.1
LOGM 24.7
BHE 19.2
POWR 13.3
RTH 52.3
EPAM 25.7
EGOV 16.5
PBS 21
TYPE 25.2
DW 38
TUMI 22.5
EGL 26.7
CMRE 16.7
PBW 5.2
SGI 13.4
CPLP 8.8
PFS 15.5
WAIR 17.7
PICO 20.7
PBE 29.9
LNDC 13.3
PBJ 24.6
DCOM 15.3
ACET 13.2
XLG 113.7
NANO 14.4
MNI 2.3

Ideas (stop) July 10, 2013

Long:

IWM (95.3)
NFLX (211)
XOM (88.7)
CSCO (23.3)
TSLA (101)
KFT (39.9)
JNJ (83.6)
PCLN (831)
AMZN (268.7)
F (15.4)
IWO (110.2)
BA (97.2)
XLY (55.6)
UTX (91.7)
ESRX (59.7)
NOV (67.9)
ESRX (59.7)
UNH (63.1)
KR (34.4)
EOG (128.8)

volume <250M USD
MMM (107)
KLAC (52.9)
USO (34.4)
IJR (89.4)
HIG (28.3)
XRT (75.8)
SCHW (20.1)
WLP (78.3)
KRE (33.9)
LYB (62.2)
ADM (33.3)
NOK (3.6)
BHI (45.2)
RRC (71.9)
DPS (46.3)
CI (69.4)
MTB (110.8)
LMT (103.6)
EXPE (57)
ADBE (43.3)
STX (41.3)
FNP (21.6)
CMG (357.4)

Volume <100M USD
IWN (83.9)
QCOR (39.7)
PII (90.7)
PVH (120)
NOC (80.5)
YELP (30.9)
OII (73.1)
SDRL (38.6)
BG (69.1)
NTRS (57)
RAI (46.9)
AWAY (29.1)
HSY (85.6)
K (62.2)
WU (16)
CHKP (47.6)
PBCT (14.4)
NUS (59.9)
OAS (36.6)
XONE (56.7)
ENDP (35.6)
KBE (28.6)
KMX (43.9)

Volume < 50M USD
ICON (29.5)
CSTR (53.4)
SBNY (81.7)
CVLT (70.3)
SBGI (27)
TMK (64.3)
PKG (47.2)
BID (36.7)
TSCO (109.8)
POL (25.1)
WLK (89.3)
UUP (22.3)
HBI (49.7)
PBH (29.9)
ACM (29.5)
DSW (72.4)
FII (26.5)
PB (53.7)

volume <25M USD
CNQR (77.7)
GTLS (89.2)
AIZ (49)
SIVB (83.2)
JNS (8)
ANN (31.1)
CNC (49.6)
MIDD (165.7)
LOPE (30.8)
ULTI (113.7)
BXS (17.6)
BLOX (27.13)
CDNS (14.1)
NGLS (48.2)
SREV (9)
LAD (52.2)
CBRL (92.7)
HCBK (9.1)
SSNC (31.7)
NYT (11.4)
HNT (29.9)
ICLR (34.4)
LGND (35.8)
FTK (17.3)
SYA (15.6)
OIL (22.6)
HTH (16.2)
ASGN (25.7)
VRNT (33.3)
DIOD (24.6)
WAGE (30.7)
EPAM (25)
WGO (21.7)
G (18.7)
LOGM (24.4)
KIE (52.8)
XOOM (22.2)
ABG (38.5)
VLY (9)
RPXC (15.2)
SAM (163.5)
PJP (41.3)
TYPE (24.5)
EFII (27.1)
IYG (70)
IAI (30)
BCOR (18)
CVBF (11.5)
DBO (25.1)
BBCN (14.4)
XPH (68.7)
PBS (20.7)
EGOV (16.3)
PGTI (8.2)
PPS (15.5)

SHORT (slim pickings, could be a change in overall trend)
ISRG (475) caution
VXX (21.5)
INTC (25)
CERN (61.3)
FXE (130)
BIL (46)
TWM (18.5)
ARNA (8.3)
RWM (20.8)
AB (22.5)
FXB (150.9)
DTO (40.5)
SKF (24.2)