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To: Robert O who wrote (840)5/3/2012 10:57:44 AM
From: Return to Sender
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RIMM could potentially fall much further. Do you see any real long term support here until you get down to say 6.65?




I think once the RSI reaches around 30 here on this daily chart though that RIMM will make a short term bounce:




It's at an RSI of 36 now.

RtS

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To: Return to Sender who wrote (842)5/3/2012 11:14:22 AM
From: Robert O
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I agree with your sentiments. Plus there is this negative stroy line taking hold that what was presented this week is not enough phone. Makes sense to let the sentiment play out to 30 level then buy and get either short term bounce or best case ride the bounce, create a profit cushion, and in my mind they may see some success later in year so let say half ride. Thanks.

PS Bob on your AMAT, for some reason I have it in my head that AMAT is a company for the people inside not the outsdie investors so much. This was a theme from a few on the AMAT thread for some time. Sadly it might be true. While there will be some rewards via normal inflation, etc. I mean this stock-even taking into account divs- has been underperforming market for a long long time.

Does this all mean due for long cycle climb at some point or is it being used as vehicle to keep those inside cushy?

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To: Robert O who wrote (843)5/3/2012 11:28:17 AM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Robert O,

You are sadly correct.

I've not owned Amat till now ,but have felt the pain over on the Amat thread.

G has been motivation with regards to my re beginning to trade options.

My best successes were with selling puts on Orcl while Orcl was depressed and in the 10-12 range.

It was s afe buy at that depressed range and it offered up some very good capital gains.

Amat is depressed and every March it has increased the dividend by one penny.

If that repeats next year it will yield 4 % plus what I can nickel dime every month on selling puts and calls.

It is trading with 15 cents of it 200 sma and I'm OK with buying it below 11.00.

So this is a training ground were hopefully the dividend gives me some support and my tuition won't be too extravagant.

G is making me do it - so I'm blaming him.LOL

Bob

Thanks for your opinion it is well founded.

I'm just playing conservative and trying to learn a new skill.

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To: Return to Sender who wrote (842)5/3/2012 11:50:49 AM
From: Sultan
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One of the Technical Alert I got from my broker last night, TD Waterhouse gives a range of 6.75 to 8.00 with a Long-term Bearish flag..

FWIW..

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To: The Ox who wrote (839)5/3/2012 12:45:01 PM
From: The Ox
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Research Analysts’ new coverage for Thursday, May 3rd:

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To: Sultan who wrote (845)5/3/2012 1:37:38 PM
From: Return to Sender
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Wow.. that really good that TD Waterhouse would have someone willing to say bad could get worse and have rational reasons for it. I'm impressed.

RtS

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To: Return to Sender who wrote (847)5/3/2012 1:48:46 PM
From: Sultan
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I think they just do automatic scans/screens against some TA measures and these alerts are generated and forwarded automatically to any one who may have signed up for TA alert..

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To: The Ox who wrote (824)5/4/2012 11:40:41 AM
From: The Ox
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At the rate we're going today, we may just see the 1357 levels this afternoon.

Gotta love the collective mentality "sell in May....ooooh.... sell in MAY...Ooooh....SELL IN MAY....OOOOOH!!"

LOL

This would be an understandable place to bounce, 137.2 on the SPY.....

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From: richardred5/4/2012 12:59:31 PM
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Robert:


The reasoning in today's purchase . I have already booked profits in stocks I sold earlier this year. For me, that means I can take some bigger risk now.

CBM nice earnings upside surprise. I will most likely keep today's purchase as a trading position. I've already have a bigger position at a lower cost basis. This is what I like to call an under the radar stock. I'm hoping for some upgrades and some TA to kick in. Hopefully this gets the stock noticed. I also feel comfortable with what they do.. Nice business to be in if the economy stay slow.


ACET- I liked the earnings that were released yesterday. Today's position will most likely be a trading position. I also know this stock quite well. I first bought in over 25 YEARS ago. I think the stock is getting overly punished today on quite good earnings IMO. I like the divided here for holding. Insider have been buying right along .


I am a volume watcher in all stock that I buy. I watch for block up ticks and down ticks. Both stocks IMO also have above average takeover appeal.


To be sure, both positions could go down with any market correction. I'm generally a fundamentalist, but I do look at TA more often than I did in the past. I sometimes buy l that way eclectically.


Any more questions? :+ )

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To: richardred who wrote (850)5/4/2012 1:08:13 PM
From: Robert O
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That great thanks for the info. CBM a player in generics it looks like. recent report sounded good but not a next qtr estimate that will light the town on fire. I wondered if they have a special niche or advantage in this industry that you feel will help propel them out of the microcap category? thx

ps in general I stay away from these smaller unknown plays but you and others seems to do well from time to time and perhaps this is where the action is lol

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