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Thread: Daily Market Watch - Week of 3/30/2009

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    trippingthespeculatingpos is offline
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    lvlt broke the 1.00 barrier this morning.

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    TRN update

    phew, back up again....

    Just an update on TRN....last week I waited it down from 10.40 and got in at 10.001 although I felt it might kick down to 8.35 ish. Monday i think it dropped to 8.88 with everything else, but today is back over 10.50.

    have a nice ride up the green mountain everyone...

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    TRN Update

    New Shareholder Letter released: http://www.trin.net/

    Our 2008 results reflect a number of key strategic initiatives that we implemented during the past
    few years designed to support our vision of becoming a premier, multi-industry growth company.
    The progress we have made in diversifying our company, coupled with our highly flexible and
    cost-effective manufacturing platforms, sizable backlogs, cross-business unit synergies, and strong
    liquidity, contributed to our success. Revenues for the year surpassed our 2007 record, reaching
    $3.88 billion. Our increase in revenues over 2007 was led by 46% growth in the Energy Equipment
    Group ($199 million), 8% growth in the Rail Group ($182 million), and 27% growth in the Inland
    Barge Group ($132 million). Our operating margin increased from 13% to 14% and earnings per
    common diluted share from continuing operations decreased by 1% to $3.61. The reported, company-
    wide backlog of our rail, barge, and wind towers businesses totaled more than $2.6 billion at
    the end of 2008. Historically, Trinity has demonstrated its staying power and strengthened its
    competitive position during down cycles, in part by taking advantage of investment opportunities
    such as undervalued acquisitions and organic growth. We are monitoring opportunities while simultaneously
    keeping a close eye on the economy and our cost
    There were also 4,000shares of insider buys yesterday.

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    Rnnm

    Hi guy's,

    Been lurking around for awhile and thought I might throw one out there that has been on my radar for sometime- RNNM (Ronn Motor Company)

    Some recent news;

    http://www.marketwatch.com/news/stor...TQP_Mod_pressN

    Thoughts?

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    I bought ALCD today at $.25 and put my sell order at $.51 it closed at .51 but my order didnt sell

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    you go stang

    thats what its all about...lol

    please hang out we will swap some stories...

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    Sold my Ford today at 3.11 for a gain of $1.30 per share. Not too shabby.

    Dumped AIB today on the huge spike at $2.95, taking only a couple dollars lost (all on commission). Should have held out for a few more pennies, but Im cool with it. That is what happens when you cannot be at your computer actively trading.

    Now I've got a bit of cash to play with next week.

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    yeah newman i almost pulled the trigger on aib while it was way down there i wish i had instead of C

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    Hey, trade the following spread:

    Sell the SPY 84 April 09 Call
    Buy the SPY 85 April 09 Call

    Credit: 0.40 cents
    Risk: 0.60 cents

    The S&P will not break the 840-850 before April 17th.

    How many contracts ? Depends on your capital and your appetite for risk.

    I have $50K of play money so I risk no more than $1K per play (about 16 contracts).

    Gute natch...

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