Month: October 2013

Ideas with stops based upon closing prices from Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2013 incl $AAPL $MSFT $KFT $LVS $MPC $NOK $APC $AMD $NBL $DVN $MT $LNG

Longs, presented in declining order of market value traded, based upon closing price of Oct. 16, 2013,
with suggested stop loss exit points:

AAPL 458.74
MSFT 32.07
KFT 39.94
LVS 63.49
MPC 60.9
NOK 6.22
APC 88.69
AMD 3.48
NBL 63.33
DVN 56.87
MT 14.57
LNG 32.41
MPEL 30.74
BBD 13.69
CLR 101.73
EW 70.45
CSIQ 16.57
CMCSK 41.96
NOAH 15.65
APKT 28.38

Sell/Short-sale, presented in declining order of market value traded, based upon closing price of Oct. 16, 2013, with suggested stop exit points:

MRK 48.95
NTAP 43.36
GMCR 79.04
EXPE 54.07
CTXS 64.16
LEN 38.16
GPS 40.09
AYE 26.61
USO 38.69
RHT 46.99
EA 26.91
VMW 85.93
CVLT 91.75
PHM 17.84
CX 11.66
EQIX 179.72
UAL 33.71
KBH 18.99
FBHS 43.01
ENDP 47.92
FMX 103.3
NSM 56.47
BIL 46.07
JAZZ 93.04

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Rooster Signal Trade Ideas, from Friday, October 4, 2013, with suggested stop losses

Presented in descending order of market value, from largest to smallest, are long trade ideas, with suggested stop loss points.

Above 250M USD in market value of trade, as of Friday, October 4, 2013:

KFT 39.94
PXD 183.05
DAL 22.33
CELG 141.81
SINA 76.98
SLB 84.55
MOS 41.04
EOG 161.65
YELP 60.92

Above 100M USD in market value of trade, as of Friday, October 4, 2013:
RAD 4.49
OXY 89.91
ACT 134.92
FSLR 37.31
ICE 180.71
MYL 37.39
CF 197.64
LYB 70.17
XOP 64.3
COF 66.06
LNG 31.21
SBUX 72.66
HCA 42.44
CIEN 24.29
SHW 173.38
NOK 6.07
DG 55.03
CMG 407.34
CLR 102.54
PII 123.59
CAM 56.62
EMN 73.51
OAS 47.47
NYX 41.94
CNX 32.55
CERN 49.73

Above 50M USD in traded market value, as of Friday, October 4, 2013:
NUS 89.4
DECK 59.75
PTEN 21.1
ADS 202.36
NOW 49.01
XEC 92
SPWR 23.56
DLTR 55.31
SPLK 55.69
NBR 15.99
LUV 13.75
CRZO 36.83
SN 25.42
EW 67.95
CSIQ 16.05
SAN 8
LPI 27.61
CMCSK 40.99
EWT 13.83
YGE 6.22
URI 53.76
SLCA 24.49
SUNE 7.07
MPEL 29.79
APKT 28.38
MELI 123.97
NDAQ 30.8

Above 25M USD market value:
DANG 9.35
UTHR 77.98
SBGI 29.96
ROSE 51.67
AMG 176.04
SID 3.92
ST 36.53
SYNA 42
WNR 28
TIVO 11.68
GDP 22.37
CYOU 34.26
CPA 128.07
N 102.74
HCBK 8.59
CINF 44.93
EWI 14.02
PCRX 46.91
BIL 45.5
TEF 15.47

Above 10M USD market value:
DWRE 43.54
PBCT 13.85
CNC 59.85
WCG 65.6
CODE 10.13
RGR 57.61
EWP 34.14
BITA 16.14
CIG 8.26
APO 27.01
WWWW 29.49
SIVB 81.72
INFN 10.47
PB 58.26
PRLB 70.81
XPH 75.4
MTDR 14.76
TPLM 9.2
BBVA 10.92
OZM 10.58
CFX 54.03
GGG 70.33
BCOR 21.76
LGND 40.81

Sale/short ideas, presented in descending market value, with suggested stop loss points:

From 125M to 1.25B USD market value, in descending size order, with stops:

GOOG 918.93
CVX 124.07
GDX 28.25
GS 168.61
LMT 129.64
HCP 43.15
Z 102.61
NEM 31.18
GG 29.34
GSK 52.57

Above 10M USD market value, with suggested stop loss points:
SLW 27.92
AUY 11.61
GDXJ 46.68
NSR 51.09
KGC 5.63
BYI 75.84
ATML 8.17
FLTX 41.26
AEM 30.1
EGO 7.77
MNKD 6.56
ARNA 5.78
EVER 15.74

Just got a brain burst; an idea about a new present reality for “television” and “film”

Imagine a platform and a medium where shows like “Firefly” got the funding and had a season 3, 4, 5, etc. for as long as creatives and fans could make it.

Entertainment media that was a 21st century version of the Little Rascals, doing “Our Gang” barn shows to raise money, to save an orphanage or whatever the kids were up to.

Imagine Kickstarter/Crowd Funded “LIKES” of television pilots, existing shows, independent and feature films, seeking a home on a network and/or distribution to every screen hooked up to the Internet. Imagine the fan base was so big and loyal, that the idea of Soap Opera was supplanted by the Fan Opera and shows went to Netflix/AmazonGo/OnlineDemandPlatform nascent original programming outlets, instead of the “Big Three” that used to be a wealthy B&W video analog transmission troika.

We’ve gone from $1 funding of political campaigns to the far less serious, important but no less significant move to fund with millions of $1 likes all kinds of fresh, entertaining, market desired entertainment/information programming.

Fans fund the show with USD-accounted/funded/coupled “Likes” or thumbsup, green light the scripts and fund a season of Firefly in this alternate media reality, and buy their own shows. A million executive producer credits would now be involved in the creation of a show, funded by the fans, written in part (by some of the fans), and casted with famous/not so famous fans.

It’s the Veronica Mars kickstarter as the mainstream method of movie production. It’s where owners of current hot properties, in need of a home hire agents versed in social media and discussion, to help raise enough crowd capital to fund another new season/remake or revival of a show.

YES, LOL, Futurama would live on YET AGAIN, for the umpteenth time.

The dark side would be the Kardashians of the world gamed the system, but that is the price of having an open source media entertainment platform.