Monthly Archives: December 2013

Watchlist 12-31-2013 – $KNDI, $AMRS, $RITT, $BORN, $MCP, $REE

Full list from Yahoo Finance

KNDI

Stalking for a short entry.

KNDI

AMRS

Alternative energy, ethanol etc, love shorting this industry.

AMRS

RITT

Buy alert of the day, I went long late yesterday on the spike. Since I bought this will invariably crash at the open…

RITT

BORN

I missed this yesterday, I have it in my logbook/journal as a paper short, not sure why I held back. Probably more downside today, but I will try to avoid forcing it.

BORN

MCP, REE

Rare earth metals play, I’m short $REE, $MCP is one of the “leaders” of this sector and its fading, my thought is that $REE will follow it down.

MCP

REE

Watchlist 12-30-2013 – $PVCT, $FREE, $KNDI, $WPCS

Full list from Yahoo Finance

PVCT

Trashbag pharmaceutical company,I’ll be looking to fade.

PVCT

FREE

All the deep sea shippers are on short watch, $FREE’s chart seems to grab my attention out of all of them.

FREE

KNDI

Up huge Friday and up again big this morning pre market. I think there is real news behind this, but I’ll wait for the hype to fade.

KNDI

WPCS

This will always be a short for me, $BCOIN hype related.

WPCS

Watchlist 12-27-2013 – $TC, $EROC, $AKS, $MTOR, Shippers

Full list from Yahoo Finance

TC

I shorted this yesterday and watched paint dry the whole day. I like the fade EOD, but I’ll be looking to exit this ASAP this morning.

TC

EROC

Pretty proud of this play yesterday, its done now but I shorted at $6.70 and covered at $6.29, same problem as usual, I went to small, but a nice profit.

EROC

AKS

Thought about taking this short a couple times, but was busy with the attention whore $TC. If this continues sideways or fade I’ll go short. I like the chart.

AKS

MTOR

Decent looking fade setup. I’ll be watching.

MTOR

Deep Sea Freight Companies

Mainly $FREE, $EGLE, $NEWL

Watchlist 12-18-2013 – $RIBT, $WMIH, $PATH, $STXS, $WPCS

Well the first day I get back in the routine of posting a daily watchlist, of course ends up being a back full of shit.

Tweaking and modifying scans to fit my more active trading profile, but the good ol’ bag of tricks did not come up with much today. I’ve been doing well though strapping in at 8AM and seeing whats moving and making a plan closer to open.

I’ll still be posting these lists though, I think its solid practice and routine to run the screens and post the results. Help’s etch the tickers in your head.

Full list from Yahoo Finance

RIBT

Sketchy food ingredient company, I missed the easy short the other day, but I’m watching out of curiosity.

RIBT

WMIH

Yahoo Finance page is very low on info on this, makes it look very sketch, I’m pretty curious about this as a short.

WMIH

PATH

Crap this is a buyout, nevermind, but I already put it in the list and downloaded the chart so screw it I’ll still post it…

PATH

STXS

Some lame robotics company up based on the hype around $GOOG buying that death robot company (scary BTW!). I shorted it yesterday but took profits way to early. I was getting beat up a little yesterday and after it faded into the close I grabbed the cash. Probably should have held overnight for a morning drop, it looks pretty sick.

STXS

WPCS

Crazy after hours action last night, but now this morning the chart has basically settled right back to where it was, this might end up being lame today. But I’m watching simply because of last nights action.

WPCS

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