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Strategies & Market Trends : Ted Warren's Investolator

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From: WEagle11/12/2022 10:54:33 AM
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Hi y’all,

I hope all our veterans had a good day on Friday and may all your days be good. Thank you for your sacrifices and service.

This past week was a good week for my stocks and, in the end, a good end to the week for me and my wife as she was released from the local hospital after multiple seizures on last Monday night. In my stock portfolio, I had 10 stocks up and 8 down. Also I now have 7 stocks that are showing a profit. That number would have been 8, but my account received payment for STON which was bought out in a merger. STON was a 129.22% profit for me and was my highest profit stock at the time of the buy out.

For the week ending 11/11/2022, here are my five most profitable stocks.

ARC +106.87% change for the week +8.40%
ALJJ +
79.85% change for the week +9.81%
MMLP +
72.34% change for the week +6.38%
TK +5
6.07% change for the week -1.82%
SND +20.31% change for the week -8.85% The biggest % loser for the week.

For the week ending 11/
12/2022, here are my five least profitable (losing) stocks.

CETX -
89.69% change for the week +1.00%
STRR -7
4.40% change for the week -4.26%
WISA -71.43% change for the week -3.38%
DGLY -67.69% change for the week +2.21
RAIL -30.27% change for the week -5.10%

MNKD was my biggest % gainer for the week with a +22.88% gain to get back into the ranks of my profitable stocks.

Happy Trades to You

WEagle
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