A Sneak Peak Into Our Recent Stock Picks – LIVE UPDATES!

July 30, 2010

Each edition of DH Unplugged, we put some time into discussing a few stocks that may be interesting trading candidates. In order to hold our feet the the fire, we track the stocks and the date of commentary.

Take a look at the recent batch of names and while you are at it, listen to a few of the DH Unplugged Episodes.

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Links and Reading for July 30th

July 30, 2010

Some of the more interesting and important items for July 30th :

Fed’s Fisher Aborts Trend Day Down

July 29, 2010

Thursday, had all the makings of good day as we saw several positive signs from the markets.  Corporate earnings were coming in better than expectations across the board from the likes of Lubrizol (LZ), Potash (POT) and on the whole numbers and guidance in Europe were strong.  On this news the Euro continued its path of strengthening against the dollar pushing commodities, particularly in the energy sector much higher.  In the past, Euro strengthening has signaled an increase in risk appetite and bullish overall for equities.

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DH Unplugged – #74 Apple Blows Out Great Earnings

July 29, 2010

Here is our latest conversation …. new insights for anyone who invests in anything. This week the market continues marching up. Apple tricks market, kills the numbers.

A few stocks discussed along with 2 SHORT Candidates to look at further… NEW! We are now tracking the idea stock that Andrew and John highlight in each episode. Here is the link

News and items from this episode – CLICK HERE


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TDI Podcast 171: Michael Santoli (Barron’s) on BUYING BP (BP)

July 29, 2010

Guest: Mike Santoli, Barron’s has some ideas as to why BP (BP) may be a value play that has legs. We discuss the economy, stocks and even touch on the GM acquisition of a sub-prime lender. Lots of good insight into markets and current technical levels in this episode.



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