December 3, 2013
Continuing on with the Turkey stocks for this week, today we are focusing on W&T Offshore (WTI). The company recently had some bad news as the company announced it is facing regulatory hurdles imposed by the Environmental Protection Agency. The Houston-based miner Read more
May 24, 2013
Information from TriggerPoint Research:
The market has been rapidly rising for almost all of 2013 and shorting anything other than commodities has proven to be quite costly. However, as there is always a bull market somewhere, there is also a bear market. Sectors rotate, industries become out of favor and opportunities arise from these changes.
Using TriggerPoint Research’s proprietary algorithm we video highlight Wal-Mart’s potential short setup from yesterday’s post “Stocks Poised to Plunge“.
October 10, 2012
Each week on the DHUnplugged Podcast, John C. Dvorak and I spend some time looking at ideas for stocks that may be ready for a move. We log each of the specific ideas and then track them on a Google Docs spreadsheet.
The nice thing is that the spreadsheet is updated dynamically Read more
June 6, 2012
Each week on the DHUnplugged Podcast, John C. Dvorak and I spend some time discussing the most pertinent news items related to finance and politics. At the end of each show, we come up with some ideas for stocks that may see a move (up or down) that could be something to watch.
It is a game – a challenge of sorts, and we track the picks on a live Google Docs spreadsheet.
October 27, 2011
Sina (SINA) owns one of the most popular “Twitter-like” sites within China. It is named Weibo.com. There is a good deal of excitement surrounding the opportunity for Weibo to boost Sina’s reach, but it is also its Achilles heel.
(Quick setup – Under $87.50 is a potential area to initiate a short position with the 50 DMA acting as the stop. Press the short if the price moves down as far as $79.50. Then, see if there is a pivot and take some profits at that level – if not, next downside level appears to be close to $72)
In the past, Sina/Weibo have had to defend themselves due to governmental crackdowns on micro-blogging. The simple fact is that China demands that the government oversees all communication with its citizens. Sites that allow blogging, opinion Read more