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    I'm trying to post my trades as they occur, but was ultra busy today, I basically cut 1/2 from each position, OCZ ended up fully reversing, lmao, was up 13% yesterday, then today, down, lol. Anyway, here they are:

    Sold 1/2 PRSS @ 6.24 +0.97%
    Sold 1/2 OCZ @ 2.22 -6.33%
    Sold 3/5 VTUS @ 3.42 +29.06%
    Sold 1/2 ZNGA @ 2.62 -7.65%

    Maybe I'll start an ST thread, and if any active traders are in here, we can trade on that one. Anyway, ahead so far on the new acct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Dave View Post
    Not seeing anything yet today.

    Up 13.1% on OCZ and up 2.4% on PRSS from yesterday.

    Anyone have something on their radar?
    I really want to try the dry shippers GNK and DSX. GNK though is a big bankruptcy candidate I guess, DSX already bounced some though it has a 30% upside per one analyst today.

    I'm also starting to watch BAC chart which looks poised for a bounce.

    fingers crossed I can get a bounce to get out of AAPL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imromo24 View Post
    I really want to try the dry shippers GNK and DSX. GNK though is a big bankruptcy candidate I guess, DSX already bounced some though it has a 30% upside per one analyst today.

    I'm also starting to watch BAC chart which looks poised for a bounce.

    fingers crossed I can get a bounce to get out of AAPL.
    Yeah, I remember at the very beginning of the year DRYS and EGLE showing up on my scanners. Looks like DSX followed suit, just without the volume. Interesting because DRYS still looks like it could break either way, but EGLE is breaking down. I'd watch a handful. If EGLE continues down, and that last break about 6-7 days ago on DRYS fails, perhaps look for a bounce for those around $1.5 then, take which ever ship you want to sail with. I'll try to keep an eye on them. These days, I just scan around on what's happening that day, so blank out on watching things. Post if you see something on these.

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    All this talk about AAPL, DSX, GNK, OCZ, DRYS, EGLE.......it's like looking at an eye chart in the optometrist's office! Anyway, here is news of a (possible) huge deal:

    Qualcomm soars 13 percent on talk of $100 billion takeover by Broadcom

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/other/...D=ansmsnnews11

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    Well, today that "possible" deal doesn't even look probable.

    Hostilities loom as Qualcomm set to snub Broadcom's $130 billion offer

    http://www.ft.com/content/00b4ee74-c...b-322b2cb39656

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    Qualcomm is going to do whatever it takes to fend off Broadcom

    http://www.businessinsider.com/qualc...ostile-2017-11

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    Sears recently remodeled and modernized their North Hollywood store but the majority of Sears stores have unattractive fa├žades, drab interiors and unappealing product displays. In 2017, the stores look pretty much the same as they looked in 1957. They should all be modernized.......or closed.

    Sears/Kmart to sell up to 140 more stores as third-quarter sales fall 15.3%

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/money/compa...D=ansmsnnews11

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    Disney shares quickly dropped 4% yesterday following the release of a disappointing fiscal fourth quarter earnings report. Led by huge drops in operating income for ESPN, the movie studio and the consumer products division, revenue was down 3% and net income was down 1%. Today, however, all is forgiven:

    Disney shares rise as focus turns to streaming commitment

    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-wa...-idUSKBN1DA284

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    As we expected:

    Qualcomm rejects Broadcom's $103-billion takeover bid

    http://www.reuters.com/article/us/qu...-idUSKBN1DD1NU

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    Today GE cut their dividend in half. GE stock is at a five-year low. And now this:

    General Electric discontinues production of the light bulb, its most iconic accomplishment

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/money/compa...D=ansmsnnews11

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