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Strategies & Market Trends : Quarter to Quarter Aggressive Growth Stocks

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From: Jack Hartmann4/2/2016 6:17:41 PM
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2016 First Quarter shows solid rebound
Stocks I own
5/8/08 NEE $57.43 to 54.39. to 51.99 to 55.93 to 57.46 to 52.04 to 60.88 to 61.08 to 68.81 to 70.33 to 69.19 to 77.68 to 81.48 to 80.41 to 85.62 to 98.02 to 98.33 to 106.23 to 98.03 to 97.55 to 103.89 to 118.71
7/7/09 VZ $29.80 to 32.59. to 35.85 to 38.50 to 37.23 to 36.80 to 40.23 to 38.23 to 44.44 to 45.57 to 43.27 to 49.15 to 50.34 to 46.79 to 49.14 to 49.71 to 49.99 to 46.26 to 46.61 to 43.51 to 46.22 to 54.01
8/17/09 INTC $18.50 to 19.50 to 21.05 to 19.70 to 22.16 to 21.33 to 24.20 to 28.12 to 26.65 to 22.61 to 20.62 to 21.84 to 24.23 to 22.89 to 25.96 to 31.14 to 34.82 to 36.20 to 30.42 to 30.14 to 34.45 to 32.45
1/4/10 XOM $68.87 to 73.12 to 84.68 to 81.38 to 72.63 to 84.76 to 86.73 to 85.57 to 91.45 to 86.55 to 90.11 to 90.35 to 86.08 to 101.20 to 102.59 to 94.04 to 92.45 to 83.20 to 74.37 to 77.95 to 82.96
1/4/10 GE $15.31 to 18.29 to 20.34 to 18.86 to 15.22 to 17.91 to 20.07 to 20.87 to 22.71 to 20.99 to 23.12 to 23.19 to 24.33 to 28.03 to 26.86 to 25.62 to 25.27 to 26.57 to 25.22 to 31.15 to 31.93
05/06/10 EMC $18.89 to 22.09 to 26.55 to 27.55 to 20.99 to 21.54 to 29.88 to 25.63 to 27.27 to 25.30 to 23.29 to 23.62 to 25.72 to 25.15 to 26.92 to 29.26 to 29.74 to 26.93 to 24.16 to 25.68 to 26.83
06/07/10 SNY $28.79 to 33.25 to 32.23 to 35.68 to 40.17 to 32.80 to 36.54 to 38.75 to 37.78 to 43.06 to 47.38 to 51.08 to 51.51 to 50.66 to 53.63 to 53.45 to 56.43 to 45.61 to 49.53 to 47.47 to 42.65 to 40.33
07/14/10 FCX $31.57 to 60.04 to 55.08 to 52.90 to 30.54 to 36.79 to 38.04 to 34.07 to 39.58 to 34.20 to 33.10 to 27.62 to 33.51 to 37.74 to 38.51 to 32.65 to 23.36 to 18.62 to 9.69 to 6.77 to 9.89
02/23/11 NVDA $22.51 to 18.20 to 15.94 to 12.51 to 13.86 to 15.40 to 13.82 to 13.34 to 12.29 to 12.83 to 14.04 to 15.44 to 16.02 to 18.85 to 18.45 to 20.05 to 20.11 to 24.65 to 32.96 to 36.15
5/10/12 EBAY $41.10 to 42.01 to 48.37 to 38.07 to 54.22 to 51.72 to 55.63 to 54.87 to 50.94 to 56.63 to 56.12 to 60.24 to 24.44 (Paypal split out) to 27.48 to 23.88
5/14/2012 JPM $35.92 to 35.73 to 40.48 to 43.97 to 47.63 to 52.79 to 50.79 to 58.48 to 57.04 to 60.24 to 62.48 to 67.32 to 60.97 to 66.93 to 59.87
8/23/2013 YHOO 27.97 to 40.44 to 36.14 to 40.75 to 50.51 to 39.29 to 28.91 to 33.22 to 36.48
9/2/2014 TWTR at 50.86 to 51.58 to 35.87 to 36.22 to 26.24 to 23.14 to 15.98
7/28/2015 PYPL 36.39 to 31.04 to 36.21 to 39.40
1/5/2016 GOOG 741.45 to 749.91
1/5/2016 AMZN at 631.20 to 598.50
1/7/2016 FB at 100.65 to 116.06


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Crude 44.60 to 45.93 to 44.76 to 51.46 to 50.88 to 66.02 to 79.36 to 84.56 to 75.26 to 81.25 to 91.38 to 108.31 to 94.93 to 79.20 to 99.20 to 102.90 to 83.86 to 82.19 to 91.68 to 97.13 to 96.49 to 103.72 to 98.70 to 104.06 to 90.02 to 53.88 to 58.49 to 46.10 to 37.07 to 35.98
Nat Gas 5.62 to 4.41 to 4.19 to 3.75 to 3.37 to 3.98 to 5.72 to 3.76 to 4.52 to 3.81 to 4.40 to 4.34 to 4.37 to 3.66 to 2.94 to 2.12 to 2.81 to 3.31 to 3.36 to 4.02 to 3.56 to 3.54 to 4.23 to 4.41 to 4.13 to 2.92 to 2.79 to 2.51 to 2.37 to 1.98
Milk 2.93 to 2.97 to 2.99 to 1.99 to 1.99 to 1.98 to 2.29 to 2.39 to 2.39 to 2.69 to 2.93 to 2.69 to 2.39 to 3.39 to 3.99 to 3.59 to 3.59 to 3.29 to 3.49 to 2.59 to 3.39 to 2.89 to 3.37 to 3.59 to 3.74 to 3.85 to 3.69 to 2.99 to 2.19 to 3.82
Gasoline 1.70 to 1.93 to 1.95 to 2.09 to 2.09 to 2.48 to 2.78 to 2.83 to 2.85 to 3.24 to 3.78 to 3.79 to 3.56 to 3.43 to 4.03 to 3.46 to 3.99 to 3.36 to 3.76 to 3.78 to 3.55 to 3.55 to 3.86 to 3.59 to 2.19 to 2.89 to 2.39 to 1.89 to 1.99
Gold 883 to 927 to 941 to 927 to 885 to 990 to 1095 to 1115 to 1243 to 1317 to 1421 to 1431 to 1502 to 1620 to 1564 to 1668 to 1592 to 1774 to 1674 to 1596 to 1234 to 1314 to 1198 to 1319 to 1319 to 1183 to 1171 to 1117 to 1079 to 1222
Silver 30.20 to 27.78 to 32.20 to 27.28 to 34.55 to 30.34 to 28.30 to 19.73 to 21.69 to 18.13 to 21.00 to 21.00 to 15.70 to 15.54 to 14.49 to 14.02 to 15.44
Copper 1.39 to 1.46 to 1.52 to 1.80 to 2.04 to 2.73 to 3.32 to 3.58 to 2.96 to 3.70 to 4.43 to 4.41 to 4.25 to 3.14 to 3.42 to 3.82 to 3.46 to 3.74 to 3.64 to 3.39 to 3.04 to 3.30 to 3.37 to 3.07 to 3.04 to 2.84 to 2.62 to 2.35 to 2.13 to 2.17
Corn 5.56 to 6.95 to 6.95 to 6.79 to 4.40 to 4.21 to 4.17 to 3.20 to 3.97 to 4.12 to 3.87 to 3.58 to 3.51
Dow – 11577 to 12376 to 12414 to 10913 to 12217 to 13212 to 12880 to 13437 to 13104 to 14578 to 14909 to 15111 to 15576 to 17068 to 17042 to 17823 to 17663 to 16,238 to 17,425 to 17792
NASDAQ – 2652 to 2789 to 2773 to 2415 to 2605 to 3091 to 2935 to 3116 to 3019 to 3267 to 3403 to 3815 to 4176 to 4485 to 4493 to 4736 to 4425 to 4620 to 5007 to 4917
S&P500 – 1257 to 1332 to 1320 to 1131 to 1257 to 1408 to 1362 to 1440 to 1426 to 1569 to 1606 to 1693 to 1848 to 1985 to 1972 to 2058 to 2069 to 1920 to 2093 to 2072
Unemployment 9.6% to 8.9% to 8.1% to 7.4% to 5.9% to 5.5% to 5.1% to 5.0% to 5.0%
4/1/2016 Ford set a multi years sales quarter. This is so important on many levels. These are good jobs and it shows that people are spending more. Iran is quiet and dumping oil.
1/2/2016 The indexes broke the winning streak that started in 2009. If you believe the presidential election cycle, it should be an up year. Election in November will affect the markets. Odd makers in Vegas have Hillary to win and Cruz to win the GOP nominee. I have a bet on Sanders to win that will pay four figures if he wins. This is the tough time to buy as I haven’t done taxes and know if I owe or not. I finished 10th/51 in the biotech picking charity contest. The group has amazing people and some are the best in the sector. The 0.25% increase in the Fed was expected. Maybe two more hikes in 2016.
10/1/2015 Commodities fell across the board. China economy is flat. Electioneering is in full swing. Trump 21%. Carson 20%. Hillary 43% Sanders 37%, 52% of all households have no savings. I am sitting 50% cash waiting for an S&P 500 of 1700. House jumped in IL about 10%. I am seeing building now for some subdivisions. Volkswagen scandal will cost Germany billions as migrants from Syria and Iraq flood into the country. Who is winning? The hourly worker who is seeing gasoline, food prices drop. That is money in the pocket.
7/1/2015 Greece is the word. They missed the IMF payment but owe creditors 250 billion. 12 million people. Declining revenue. Default is gonna come.
12 31 2014 Another record quarter. Oil just collapse in three months. The average consumer is saving over $100 a month with lower gas and energy. I expected a strong retail sales in the next few months. The dollar is stronger so buys imports at better price. Unemployment is 5.9% so more people have more money. What will change the great times? Probably the 2016 elections. I am watching the Russian ruble fall. If they have a collapse, it trigger a sharp dip like 1998. Also Venezuela is likely to default on the bonds. That could trigger a panic. AS ever, being diversified is good.
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