Why I Bought A Stock With The Most Perfect Setup—Technical & Fundamental—I’ve Seen So Far In 2008

As I alerted TIMalert subscribers with 30 minutes to go before the market close on Friday, I bought 1,500 shares of China North East Petroleum Hldng Ltd. (CNEH) at $4.60—mainly because it’s the single most perfect breakout chart pattern I’ve seen in a very long-time (was considering buying ShengdaTech, Inc. (SDTH) on its own meaningful breakout above $10, but that move was too quick for me.)

And that’s just the beginning of the story (I always do research ahead of time as this popped up on my watchlist two weeks ago)

I bought so early (usually wait til 5-10 minutes before the close if I’m buying for a next day move) because a.) it was breaking out to a new daily high (solid close, but wish it’d taken out $4.70) b.) since its an OTCBB play, executions are slower and c.) no matter what time frame you look at, it’s breaking out on all of them—10 day & 1 month (break above $4.50), 3 month (break above $4.69…close enough aka I’ll risk Monday buyers making this into a truly perfect breakout) and most importantly, 1 year/all-time, above its late 2007 highs of $4.55 (uhhhh can you say massive massive massive massive cup and handle pattern?)

I mean this chart is just gorgeous—it’s the kind over which boys fawn and post up on their walls. The kind they get embarrassed for their mom to see so they hide it under their beds. This is an absolute stunner so I really think there’s 50 cents-$1 of immediate upside (especially given Friday’s 40 cent morning spike into resistance aka imagine how much it can spike when there’s no resistance aka Monday, probly Tuesday & Wednesday, maybe even Thursday too), probly more, but I’ll be out after 1-2 days (I’ll try to hold, seriously, but you know me!)

You see perfect technical breakouts like this have a tendency to make even the most gradual movers into true spikers. Look what happened to I-never-move-more-than-10-to-20-cents-per-share-per-day Challenger Energy Corp. (CHQ), which has now spiked nearly $1.50 in 2 days after performing a perfect technical breakout just above $5.

How eerily similar is that CHQ chart to CNEH? And CNEH has proven it likes to spike 2-3 days in a row, so Friday is just the first day….not to mention it was on high volume (hugely hugely important, but I’m willing to bet Monday’s volume is gonna make Friday look weak)

Perhaps more importantly, you gotta remember, even though CNEH has been a slow mover the past few months, its really just been consolidating gains since its last spike, which was a monster runup from 50 cents to $4.50 in less than a month and a half. Oh yes, this thing can spike so I wouldn’t count a parabolic spike out AT ALL…double digits in July might sound crazy, but this is only a $90 mil company so it’s definitely possible this thing could make a PDO/XC/FPP-like runup (all were sub-$100mil marketcap plays).

And, it’s not just a technical playtrade of the year, if you wanna see all the amazing fundamental research, see their latest earnings report:

– 1Q08 Revenue Increases 476% to $10.8 Million –

– 1Q08 Net Income Increases 1,052% to $3.3 Million –

Yup, mind boggling growth and that was then oil prices were much lower.

Even better, THIS Seeking Alpha article is surprisingly thorough…after you read it, it’s gonna be tough for you not to wanna buy shares of CNEH on Monday (those of you who already have shares, definitely spread that and this blog post around)—it’s all about building a case for your position and the variables here (oil is so hot, this company looks cheap, chart is an IDEAL breakout, forthcoming events could make this thing really surge, etc.), make your job easy—so just get the story out there so everyone sees how good this is looking right now.

(Obviously you gotta disclose if you’re long, but often times these things become self-fulfilling prophecies so the main problem is having the patience to wait as you’ll be tempted to take your profits too soon aka welcome to my life)

Best of all, that Seeking Alpha article is from early May so the models assume oil at around $100. For those of you too lazy to read, the guy thinks this company can do $1/share in earnings this year and $2+ next….factor in oil here at $140 and you gotta increase those estimates waaaaay up so the PE goes down to the single digits…with even more ridiculous growth.

OK, this is all well and good as it can and possibly will lead to a PDO/FPP/MXC Supernova here (seriously, all variables considered, you gotta believe chances of a parabolic move are over 25%), but what also caught my eye in that article was this statement buried waaaay down:

“Move from OTC to AMEX or Nasdaq before February 2009. Typically, this would be preceded by appointment of additional board of director members. Look for BOD appointments in H2 ’08 and expect move to main market about 3 months thereafter.”

Guess what—in late May, they added those directors as you can see right HERE. So, it’s already been a month, we should expect a move to a big exchange in the next 2 months…uhhhh, can you say anticipation buying?

To summarize, this company has everything going for it, ideal breakout chart pattern (all it’s gotta do is gap up 4 cents to be truly perfect), a proven history of exponential gains within a few weeks, the right sector, mind-blowing earnings/revenue growth, predictable upcoming positive news, competitors that have proven exponential gains can occur verrrrry quickly…in short, it’s the best trade setup—long or short—I’ve seen this year and I’m proud to be long.

PS Even if somehow it fails to breakout past $4.69, this thing has been basing for a while so the downside risk might be 20-30 cents…upside of multiple $/share + limited downside = solid risk-reward ratio.

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  • YngvaiMalmsteve

    Other stocks that are forming good setups for breakouts:

    GETG
    QTWW
    GTE

  • YngvaiMalmsteve

    Other stocks that are forming good setups for breakouts:

    GETG
    QTWW
    GTE

  • brent

    Scottrade strikes again. I was going to buy this stock on Friday as you and your fine audience had alerted me, to at least watch this stock. So I went to my account, having never a problem

  • brent

    Scottrade strikes again. I was going to buy this stock on Friday as you and your fine audience had alerted me, to at least watch this stock. So I went to my account, having never a problem

  • http://www.timothysykes.com timothysykes

    haha sorry brent, its not funny, but i’ve heard too many horror stories, thats why i like to poke fun at them

  • http://www.timothysykes.com timothysykes

    haha sorry brent, its not funny, but i’ve heard too many horror stories, thats why i like to poke fun at them

  • Tony Ellis

    Yngvai, enjoyed reading your blog. I jumped the gun on GETG Friday. Very scary being long volatile PK that failed to breakout.

    Tim, Are you getting paid by CNEH? lol

  • Tony Ellis

    Yngvai, enjoyed reading your blog. I jumped the gun on GETG Friday. Very scary being long volatile PK that failed to breakout.

    Tim, Are you getting paid by CNEH? lol

  • http://www.timothysykes.com timothysykes

    haha not getting paid by CNEH–nor any other stock–i just like this breakout and i’m listing the reasons why i think it goes up more….waaaay more

  • http://www.timothysykes.com timothysykes

    haha not getting paid by CNEH–nor any other stock–i just like this breakout and i’m listing the reasons why i think it goes up more….waaaay more

  • Tony Ellis

    Brent…I use Scottrade and had the same problem. I always check first now by entering an order a ridiculously low limit or high if short. I’ve always been able to sell or cover online.

  • Tony Ellis

    Brent…I use Scottrade and had the same problem. I always check first now by entering an order a ridiculously low limit or high if short. I’ve always been able to sell or cover online.

  • http://www.timothysykes.com timothysykes

    r u serious? they restrict u from buying too?

  • http://www.timothysykes.com timothysykes

    r u serious? they restrict u from buying too?

  • YngvaiMalmsteve

    Thanks, Tony. I’m finding by keeping a blog, it helps me “talk out” my trades so that I can avoid making future mistakes.

    Sooner or later I’m going to nail one of those prehits. They happen almost every day.

  • YngvaiMalmsteve

    Thanks, Tony. I’m finding by keeping a blog, it helps me “talk out” my trades so that I can avoid making future mistakes.

    Sooner or later I’m going to nail one of those prehits. They happen almost every day.

  • brent

    it’s really sad they do that. i have discovered that when SS i will enter a higher than i am ready to see if shares are available. never dreamed i would have a problem BUYING. Oh well live and learn to be patient OOOoohhhmmmmmmm…..

  • brent

    it’s really sad they do that. i have discovered that when SS i will enter a higher than i am ready to see if shares are available. never dreamed i would have a problem BUYING. Oh well live and learn to be patient OOOoohhhmmmmmmm…..

  • Mike_13th

    Tim,
    what happened to me on CNEH was I saw the pop;
    (Jun 27-09:55) 13th_FLOOR: CNEH pop
    Vol was pouring in:
    (Jun 27-09:56) 13th_FLOOR: CNEH vol spike.
    So knowing how this one puts up some nice big white candles in the past I bought in,but as the day wore on I was only up a few cents and was going to close out at eod but I saw you bought in and alerted later soooooooo I added more shares and am holding into Monday.

    Brent,crap like that with Scott is why I switched to trading with IB.
    Still use Scott scrolling hod list though.

  • Mike_13th

    Tim,
    what happened to me on CNEH was I saw the pop;
    (Jun 27-09:55) 13th_FLOOR: CNEH pop
    Vol was pouring in:
    (Jun 27-09:56) 13th_FLOOR: CNEH vol spike.
    So knowing how this one puts up some nice big white candles in the past I bought in,but as the day wore on I was only up a few cents and was going to close out at eod but I saw you bought in and alerted later soooooooo I added more shares and am holding into Monday.

    Brent,crap like that with Scott is why I switched to trading with IB.
    Still use Scott scrolling hod list though.

  • brent

    when i get the 10k that is where i will be going.

  • brent

    when i get the 10k that is where i will be going.

  • jdubya

    Mike,
    I’m now trying to figure out your HOD list system on Scottrade (BTW, as a former user of their services, I can tell you that I’ve taken all my money out, but am still able to use their basic tools, such as the HOD list).

    I believe you when you say this HOD list is key. Are you looking at any and all stocks making that list because you’re so familiar with them, or do you take special interest in those making 52 weeks highs.

    - “The secret of vast riches begins with a single penny”. – from recently eaten chinese fortune cookie – no joke!

  • jdubya

    Mike,
    I’m now trying to figure out your HOD list system on Scottrade (BTW, as a former user of their services, I can tell you that I’ve taken all my money out, but am still able to use their basic tools, such as the HOD list).

    I believe you when you say this HOD list is key. Are you looking at any and all stocks making that list because you’re so familiar with them, or do you take special interest in those making 52 weeks highs.

    - “The secret of vast riches begins with a single penny”. – from recently eaten chinese fortune cookie – no joke!

  • LAPaul

    CNEH — Tim, what wories me a bit is the rise of CNEH on lower volume than back in September 07 (1.5M vs. 800K) to get the stock over the $4.5

  • LAPaul

    CNEH — Tim, what wories me a bit is the rise of CNEH on lower volume than back in September 07 (1.5M vs. 800K) to get the stock over the $4.5

  • http://www.timothysykes.com timothysykes

    i see lower volume as a positive, meaning less sellers at the top here…and it considering it JUST broke out, this is the first of many probable big volume days so its got plenty of room to build, if volume was huge now, it’d mean there were tons of sellers, it’d be tough to sustain such buying…understand?

  • http://www.timothysykes.com timothysykes

    i see lower volume as a positive, meaning less sellers at the top here…and it considering it JUST broke out, this is the first of many probable big volume days so its got plenty of room to build, if volume was huge now, it’d mean there were tons of sellers, it’d be tough to sustain such buying…understand?

  • brent

    tim, if memory serves, this is exactly how you made most of your wealth… that is going long the bb’s.

  • brent

    tim, if memory serves, this is exactly how you made most of your wealth… that is going long the bb’s.

  • cash

    I agree with Tony are you getting paid to pump this stock? It sure looks like this one is setting up perfect.

  • cash

    I agree with Tony are you getting paid to pump this stock? It sure looks like this one is setting up perfect.

  • Semper Trader

    Brent,
    I honestly do not know why your experience with Scottrade is as bad as you describe it. Maybe it’s your emotions getting in the way? I use Scottrade (but I have switched half of my account to Think or Swim and since they do not allow shorting of OTCBB stocks anymore…considering opening another account with IB, Speed Trader or E-Trade Pro) and it was the broker I started with. I would say that Scottrade is fine for the average novice and is great to use since it’s very dumbed down and easy to use. I have bought many stocks that required me to call in because of the web based trading platform tells me too and I find my local branch to be just as quick as entering it myself. When I buy a restricted stock it goes something like this:

    scottrade.com : gives me the message to call my local branch

    me: Calls local branch and say : “I’d like to make a buy order”

    local branch: “Could I get your account # last four of your SSN and date of birth (sometimes address)”

    me: (I usually cut them off because I know what to spit out already) tell them: “account #, last 4 of SSN, DOB and mention that I couldn’t buy online” (give you the internet rate)

    local branch: “stock symbol”

    me: CNEH 3200 shares at limit $4.65

    local branch: “ok just to verify, you want to make a buy order for CNEH, China North East Petroleum Holdings, 3200 shares at limit $4.65. and at the internet rate”

    me: “yup”

    local branch: “your order is working”

    me: “thank you” (hang up)

    Total time normally takes about 3-4 mins and once the order is put in, you can sell using the scottrade.com website. You do not need to call them to sell a restricted stock and you are also able to modify your order using the internet. (similar to how Tim would reserve shares through TOS)

    Hope this educates you in a way that you do not let your emotions get in the way of taking advantage of opportunities like this.

  • Semper Trader

    Brent,
    I honestly do not know why your experience with Scottrade is as bad as you describe it. Maybe it’s your emotions getting in the way? I use Scottrade (but I have switched half of my account to Think or Swim and since they do not allow shorting of OTCBB stocks anymore…considering opening another account with IB, Speed Trader or E-Trade Pro) and it was the broker I started with. I would say that Scottrade is fine for the average novice and is great to use since it’s very dumbed down and easy to use. I have bought many stocks that required me to call in because of the web based trading platform tells me too and I find my local branch to be just as quick as entering it myself. When I buy a restricted stock it goes something like this:

    scottrade.com : gives me the message to call my local branch

    me: Calls local branch and say : “I’d like to make a buy order”

    local branch: “Could I get your account # last four of your SSN and date of birth (sometimes address)”

    me: (I usually cut them off because I know what to spit out already) tell them: “account #, last 4 of SSN, DOB and mention that I couldn’t buy online” (give you the internet rate)

    local branch: “stock symbol”

    me: CNEH 3200 shares at limit $4.65

    local branch: “ok just to verify, you want to make a buy order for CNEH, China North East Petroleum Holdings, 3200 shares at limit $4.65. and at the internet rate”

    me: “yup”

    local branch: “your order is working”

    me: “thank you” (hang up)

    Total time normally takes about 3-4 mins and once the order is put in, you can sell using the scottrade.com website. You do not need to call them to sell a restricted stock and you are also able to modify your order using the internet. (similar to how Tim would reserve shares through TOS)

    Hope this educates you in a way that you do not let your emotions get in the way of taking advantage of opportunities like this.

  • SamuraiRat

    Great call, i need timalerts.

  • SamuraiRat

    Great call, i need timalerts.

  • brent

    Semper, thanks. I probably did let my emotions get in the way as time was limited and the restriction was something I didn

  • brent

    Semper, thanks. I probably did let my emotions get in the way as time was limited and the restriction was something I didn

  • Mike_13th

    Hi jdubya,
    Myself I just stalk the Scott hod list because after running the same scans,( Not filters mind you,scans,there’s a difference )day after day,month after month,I’ve learned the potential runners that give imo very good risk/reward.

    the 2 scans I use and highly recommend for newer users of the hod list are the high ADR stocks and the combo of high ADR stocks with % of times run in the last 100 days between 10-19%.
    Both scans can be found in this blog post:
    http://tiny.cc/XL5EK

  • Mike_13th

    Hi jdubya,
    Myself I just stalk the Scott hod list because after running the same scans,( Not filters mind you,scans,there’s a difference )day after day,month after month,I’ve learned the potential runners that give imo very good risk/reward.

    the 2 scans I use and highly recommend for newer users of the hod list are the high ADR stocks and the combo of high ADR stocks with % of times run in the last 100 days between 10-19%.
    Both scans can be found in this blog post:
    http://tiny.cc/XL5EK

  • Mike_13th

    Myself as one who is trying to make a living off trading,I don’t have time to wait 3 or 4 mins+ to place a trade with the momo types I do.
    I find that totally unacceptable in this day and age.
    Plus the reps there at my local Scott branch that I visited in person had no clue as to even the name of the hod list( which is MarketMovers )let alone how it even worked,which I also find unacceptable.

  • Mike_13th

    Myself as one who is trying to make a living off trading,I don’t have time to wait 3 or 4 mins+ to place a trade with the momo types I do.
    I find that totally unacceptable in this day and age.
    Plus the reps there at my local Scott branch that I visited in person had no clue as to even the name of the hod list( which is MarketMovers )let alone how it even worked,which I also find unacceptable.

  • LAPaul

    That’s a good point. Let me study some more cup and handle patterns and see how volume is building up.

    If we are so sure, why not getting in with a 200.0000 shares? Like back in the day ;)

  • LAPaul

    That’s a good point. Let me study some more cup and handle patterns and see how volume is building up.

    If we are so sure, why not getting in with a 200.0000 shares? Like back in the day ;)

  • Tony Ellis

    Mike, what’s your position size in percentage of asset?

  • Tony Ellis

    Mike, what’s your position size in percentage of asset?

  • Mike_13th

    Hiya Tony,
    First my congrats on your accomplishments,what you have done is just unreal.

    I trade out of an about $50k to $60k daytrading account and I usually play what I consider small on 1 position,say between $3k to $5k.
    Since I play up to a dozen+ trades a day I can and do try to take small losses on the ones that don’t go my way and go for the 10-20%+ 1 day gainers.
    Many times I’ll stop myself right out of a stock at say 2% loss,then re enter that same stock the very same day if I get another signal on it.
    VLNC was exactlly that way Friday and I scored real nice on the 2nd try long on it after losing 2.5% on it the first time.

  • Mike_13th

    Hiya Tony,
    First my congrats on your accomplishments,what you have done is just unreal.

    I trade out of an about $50k to $60k daytrading account and I usually play what I consider small on 1 position,say between $3k to $5k.
    Since I play up to a dozen+ trades a day I can and do try to take small losses on the ones that don’t go my way and go for the 10-20%+ 1 day gainers.
    Many times I’ll stop myself right out of a stock at say 2% loss,then re enter that same stock the very same day if I get another signal on it.
    VLNC was exactlly that way Friday and I scored real nice on the 2nd try long on it after losing 2.5% on it the first time.

  • markjohnson

    Mike are there any free stock scanning services to do what your doing

  • markjohnson

    Mike are there any free stock scanning services to do what your doing

  • Mike_13th

    Mark,

    Don’t know but I seriously doubt it with what Stockfetcher runs.
    Almost any scan/filter you can dream up.
    At only $9 a month I consider it a steal!

  • Mike_13th

    Mark,

    Don’t know but I seriously doubt it with what Stockfetcher runs.
    Almost any scan/filter you can dream up.
    At only $9 a month I consider it a steal!

  • markjohnson

    ok thanks Mike…. who do you have on your radar next week so i csn follow a stock or two thanks

  • markjohnson

    ok thanks Mike…. who do you have on your radar next week so i csn follow a stock or two thanks

  • markjohnson

    i’m either going to play ent a driller at 4.40 or jump in with tim’s pick of cneh..i only have 2k in my accountnow but sent in another 25k to get it going
    Where can I learn more about timing the buy, and selling strategies…do you use a trailing stop ??? just curious not real comfortable on entry and exits Thansk

  • markjohnson

    i’m either going to play ent a driller at 4.40 or jump in with tim’s pick of cneh..i only have 2k in my accountnow but sent in another 25k to get it going
    Where can I learn more about timing the buy, and selling strategies…do you use a trailing stop ??? just curious not real comfortable on entry and exits Thansk

  • markjohnson

    I know Tim likes tom use a limit to get in…but if a stock is running what do you do ….market?? same with exit if it;s falling and you want out sell at market??

  • markjohnson

    I know Tim likes tom use a limit to get in…but if a stock is running what do you do ….market?? same with exit if it;s falling and you want out sell at market??

  • Tony Ellis

    Thanks Mike! Your returns are truly amazing. I go bigger percentage wise 15-25% but only make a few trades per week. I watch many of the stocks you trade…I just can’t get comfortable trading them yet. Maybe when I’m more familiar with these stocks I’ll make more trades.

  • Tony Ellis

    Thanks Mike! Your returns are truly amazing. I go bigger percentage wise 15-25% but only make a few trades per week. I watch many of the stocks you trade…I just can’t get comfortable trading them yet. Maybe when I’m more familiar with these stocks I’ll make more trades.

  • Reaper

    markjohnson – never use a market order. If you really want a fill, place the limit buy at or just above the ask. For exits, place the limit order just at or below the bid. You’re almost certain to get filled and you won’t get a bad price.

  • Reaper

    markjohnson – never use a market order. If you really want a fill, place the limit buy at or just above the ask. For exits, place the limit order just at or below the bid. You’re almost certain to get filled and you won’t get a bad price.

  • Semper Trader

    Mike – I agree with you that it shouldn’t take as long as I’ve said when in this time and age we have the technology to execute faster trades.

  • Semper Trader

    Mike – I agree with you that it shouldn’t take as long as I’ve said when in this time and age we have the technology to execute faster trades.

  • teger

    themarketkid said he’s looking at CNEH too on his blog! someone get superman on the line, lets triple this sucker

  • teger

    themarketkid said he’s looking at CNEH too on his blog! someone get superman on the line, lets triple this sucker

  • http://www.bullringer.com Hayden Hsu

    Tim, I wrote the same thing about CNEH 3 weeks ago on my blog. Great minds think alike.

    http://www.bullringer.com/cneh-a-bright-future/

  • http://www.bullringer.com Hayden Hsu

    Tim, I wrote the same thing about CNEH 3 weeks ago on my blog. Great minds think alike.

    http://www.bullringer.com/cneh-a-bright-future/

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  • Mike_13th

    markjohnson

    June 28th, 2008 at 8:26 pm

    ok thanks Mike

  • Mike_13th

    markjohnson

    June 28th, 2008 at 8:26 pm

    ok thanks Mike

  • Tony Ellis

    MIKE<
    LOL…Don’t think you should change a damn thing!

  • Tony Ellis

    MIKE<
    LOL…Don’t think you should change a damn thing!

  • Oswald2001

    13th and Tony,

    A bit off-topic:

    How many monitors do you run? (13th mentioned 3 previously)

    LCD or CRT?

    What size?

    Widescreen or standard?

    TIA

  • Oswald2001

    13th and Tony,

    A bit off-topic:

    How many monitors do you run? (13th mentioned 3 previously)

    LCD or CRT?

    What size?

    Widescreen or standard?

    TIA

  • Mike_13th

    3 22″ LCD

    $230 each,seemed like a good price,love ‘em

  • Mike_13th

    3 22″ LCD

    $230 each,seemed like a good price,love ‘em

  • Tony Ellis

    Two 24″ HD widescreen and a laptop. I use the TWO Monitors for ETRADE PRO and enter orders browse web on laptop

  • Tony Ellis

    Two 24″ HD widescreen and a laptop. I use the TWO Monitors for ETRADE PRO and enter orders browse web on laptop

  • Mike_13th

    SamuraiRat,
    In the forum you asked what chat Tim was in on Friday on Livestock
    It’s mine:
    http://greenonthescreen.blogspot.com/

  • Mike_13th

    SamuraiRat,
    In the forum you asked what chat Tim was in on Friday on Livestock
    It’s mine:
    http://greenonthescreen.blogspot.com/

  • Oswald2001

    13th and Tony,

    Thanks!

    13th,

    Do you use standard or widescreen?

  • Oswald2001

    13th and Tony,

    Thanks!

    13th,

    Do you use standard or widescreen?

  • markjohnson

    I just went to ihub and punched in oil charts there i saw all the penny oil plays pdo, cneh, frgy, ncey etc…I looked at all these charts and picked out the ones i liked and put into my quote tracker to follow… I am thinking that i can catch some quick trends by watching this scrolling list of stocks…i have about 25 -30 this quotetracker highlights hod and lod and shows volume and price changes real time…I just think that oil is not really following the oscilators it is running up and down on news and emotions…so we’ll see what happens any advice on to help me play these oil pennys is greatly appreciated thanks

  • markjohnson

    I just went to ihub and punched in oil charts there i saw all the penny oil plays pdo, cneh, frgy, ncey etc…I looked at all these charts and picked out the ones i liked and put into my quote tracker to follow… I am thinking that i can catch some quick trends by watching this scrolling list of stocks…i have about 25 -30 this quotetracker highlights hod and lod and shows volume and price changes real time…I just think that oil is not really following the oscilators it is running up and down on news and emotions…so we’ll see what happens any advice on to help me play these oil pennys is greatly appreciated thanks

  • markjohnson

    Also Mike I read where you like to watch stocks that run in the premarket 20 mins or so before the bell…Where do I go to catch these?

  • markjohnson

    Also Mike I read where you like to watch stocks that run in the premarket 20 mins or so before the bell…Where do I go to catch these?

  • markjohnson

    and one more question to anybody I here of quite a few people tthat like to play the same stocks over and over,,,,on covestor
    there is a guy there the retire and he seems to play about 10 stocks and the rumpleone on stockfetcher does this also…just curious

  • markjohnson

    and one more question to anybody I here of quite a few people tthat like to play the same stocks over and over,,,,on covestor
    there is a guy there the retire and he seems to play about 10 stocks and the rumpleone on stockfetcher does this also…just curious

  • markjohnson

    the runforestrun filter

  • markjohnson

    the runforestrun filter

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  • balls…or just plain nuts…

    Hey, wasn’t Tony Ellis in GETG since Friday? It went up beautifully today!

  • balls…or just plain nuts…

    Hey, wasn’t Tony Ellis in GETG since Friday? It went up beautifully today!

  • Tony Ellis

    Balls…YEs Very nice and still holding, me thinks got a little more run in it!

  • Tony Ellis

    Balls…YEs Very nice and still holding, me thinks got a little more run in it!

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