Watchlist 3-12-2014 – $CDTI, $ZBB, $ROSG, $IFON

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Hmm, well I guess my comments from yesterday were a little off, “While they should not be, I’ve decided to keep all these fuel cell plays on watch. None of them are ready to short, but they are all so “in play” that its hard to not at least keep an eye on them”

Good reason to always be prepared and strapped in, had I not had the attitude that the fuel cell plays were “not ready”. I could have profited big time! Exciting and frustrating at the same time, oh well today is a new day, with infinite new opportunities and possibilities!

List from 3/7/2014: Full list from Yahoo Finance

List from 3/10/2014: Full list from Yahoo Finance

List from 3/11/2014: Full list from Yahoo Finance

Today’s List: Full list from Yahoo Finance

CDTI

Great googly moogly look at that intra day short! This is probably done for, but I want to watch how it will react today.

CDTI

ZBB

Pretty low volume but up huge, after I build this list, I’m going to do a little research on $ZBB, at this point I’m just posting based on the chart. I may get more serious when I dig into their financials, which I assume are hideous.

ZBB

ROSG

Displaying a longer term chart. While this once was a major high flyer, I remember shorting the last pop and making a solid profit. Seldom do these come back from the dead, but of course it is always possible.

ROSG

IFON

I’ve been looking to short this for what seems like weeks. Who nows the value of this runup, but I have had the theory (most likely idiotic) that people are just buying this stock because of the ticker $IFON and the fact that it sounds just like iPhone. Pretty sketchy thesis I know, but people are idiots, look at $PLUG from yesterday.

IFON

Watchlist 3-7-2014 – $ZAAP, $PXLW, $PPHM, $BLDP, $FCEL, $SUNE, $NEWL, $XGTI, $ZBB

Alright, I’ve decided to get back into cranking out the daily watchlists. My trading this last week has been pretty erratic and all over the place. Profits have been hard to produce on a consistent basis. I’m up a bunch, then give a lot of it back. I’m too quick to close out winners and holding on to losers to long. I’ve been putting notes in my private journal but I think “putting it out there” is much more productive. Between a daily watchlist and a daily recap I think its a solid way to produce a more consistent profit curve. Not to mention when daytrading its tough to remember everything you did in a day. Reviewing via a blog is a killer way to cement in your head what you did right and wrong during the day.

Not to mention, forcing yourself to look in the mirror when it comes to your trading performance is a great way to “Be a professional”.

Full list from Yahoo Finance

ZAAP

Huge news about something to do with their electric car, I won’t short this, its too cheap, plus I have no idea how good the news is. But should be interesting to watch.

ZAAP

PXLW

Scary and usually foolish to short into $APPL hype, but I’m watching this one close for fading, huge day yesterday and even more after hours.

PXLW

PPHM

I’m short this overnight and up a couple cents, I made solid money on the long side the other day but sold at like $2.20… I also plan on getting back into posting real time trades on Twitter. Not that anyone will perceive any value in them, I just again think its productive to trade in the sunlight. I’m confident one of the reason’s many of the Profit.ly guru’s do so well is because they know they have hundreds or thousands of eyeballs watching every move. Myself I find it much easier to be disciplined and follow your rules when you know others are expecting you to.

PPHM

BLDP,FCEL

These are both $PLUG sympathy plays. I have made a couple hundred here and there shorting $FCEL and $PLUG, but the profits have been piddly. I’m not that interested in $PLUG anymore, but I think the big short could be coming soon both on $BLDP and $FCEL.

BLDP

FCEL

SUNE

Lost money being to early on this one. In hindsight my trade was foolish, it never showed ANY signs of fading and I kept adding to my position. Still strong yesterday, but soon it will roll over hard me thinks.

SUNE

NEWL

I’m to dumb to understand these reverse splits, so I’m just adding this as a reminder to check on it in a few days.

NEWL

XGTI

Missed this solid short setup the other day because I was wasting time on shittier setups. There is still some solid potential here though!

XGTI

ZBB

Similar to $XGTI, I think the good entry has been missed, but still solid potential for this to fade.

ZBB

Now that I’m done, I forgot how much I like making these lists! Its time consuming, but worthwhile and really helps dial your mind into the trading day. While creating this list may not make a huge difference I think its like cramming before a test, even if you already know the material it just helps dial you in last minute.

Watchlist 8/16/2010

Sorry for the lack of watchlists, but just really struggling to find any good pre market setups lately. While my trading results have been decent recently most of the plays have been spotted mid day and not pre. Another day with nothing to great to watch. Someday maybe I’ll learn to play momemtum stocks long instead of short. But from what I read even the long biased guys are seeing a lot of boredom lately too. But that is summer and especially August, I’m sure it will pick up soon.

Full list from Yahoo Finance

AAU

Crappy gold miner. Looks to up on some positive results of a mine in Mexixo, blah blah. SHORT

ARNA

Same fat loss pill story, I really wish there were more stocks out there so I wouldn’t have to fall back on watching this thing.. But encouraging looking fade Friday, I wanted to short all day but held off till the very last 2 minutes. SHORT

LQMT

Nice profit on this twice last week, held waaaay to long on Friday, but tried to be patient. Not sure how to play it today, but it should be interesting.

ZBB

Alt energy play, up big because Obama drove by the outside of the factory and waved as he passed. Bummer its under a dollar and shares are hard to find, otherwise this might be my number one short watch. SHORT