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  1. OutLaw
    OutLaw says:

    Update from our Stock Pick page: On Stocks to watch this week 9-25
    Members type these into our program
    $W, $VSAR, $EXEL, $CMP, $DVA, $OLP, $RVLT, $PTCT
    $W , Nice entry @ 69.50 area on 9/26 and exit on 9/28 @ 71.00
    $VSAR , Entry on 9/26 ,@ 2.50 and exit @ 2.75 on 9/27
    $EXEL, Entry on 9/26 @ 23.40 and exit @24.25 on 9/28
    $CMP , Entry on 9/26 @ 62.00 and exit @ 64.50 on 9/29
    $DVA, Entry on 9/26 @ 57.60 and exit @ 59.00 on 9/29
    $OLP, Entry on 9/27 @ 23.85 and exit @ 24.50 on 9/28
    $RVLT, Entry on 9/26 @ 6.25 and exit @ 6.45 on 9/27
    $PTCT, Entry on 9/26 @ 15.30 and exit @ 19.50 on 9/27

  2. OutLaw
    OutLaw says:

    Stocks Update from our Stock Pick Page:: Enter around our bottom support areas
    $SNCR, posted on 9/21 up from 8.91 to 9.34 by 9/29: + 4.83%
    $Lit , posted on 9/21 up from 36.00 to 37.00 by 9/29: + 2.78%
    $TRIP, posted on 9/25 up from 41.00 to 42.00 by 9/29: + 2.44%
    $ACH , posted on 9/25 up from 21.00 to 23.00 by 9/29: + 9.52%
    $GOOGL , posted on 9/25 up from 934.00 to 973.00 by 9/29 + 4.18%

  3. Klimy says:

    GBTC – CAUTION

    Bitcoin Investment Trust shareholders are overpaying for the hot cryptocurrency

    Many people had a good summer — but if you owned stock in Bitcoin Investment Trust(GBTC), you’ve had a really, really good summer.

    Shares of this publicly traded bitcoin fund jumped $55, or 7%, on Wednesday to close at $830. Your investment would have more than doubled since mid-June, from $382 per share. And the fund is up a staggering 630% since mid-April.

    You can stack that up against pretty much any other investment you like and it’s off the charts. There’s no great mystery why this fund is booming (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-wall-street-investor-who-sank-valeant-thinks-a-bitcoin-fund-is-the-most-dangerous-2017-08-31). It holds a bunch of bitcoin, the hot cryptocurrency (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/bitcoin-ether-and-other-cryptocurrencies-may-be-seeing-the-beginning-of-the-end-2017-09-06), in its accounts. So when you buy the fund, you are effectively buying into bitcoin.

    Read: Confused about bitcoin? 10 things you need to know (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/10-things-you-need-to-know-about-bitcoin-2017-08-02)

    The fund allows mom, pop and the dog to speculate on bitcoin in their brokerage accounts — including in their Individual Retirement Accounts. As such it offers a way to buy and sell bitcoin easily, and tax-free. As short-term capital gains, meaning those made within 365 days, are taxed at income tax rates, that can mean a real saving.

    Great news, right? Not so fast. If you own shares in the bitcoin trust, you may want to cash it in — sooner rather than later.

    Read: The bitcoin party may be coming to an end — this is why (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/bitcoin-ether-and-other-cryptocurrencies-may-be-seeing-the-beginning-of-the-end-2017-09-06)

    The Bitcoin Investment Trust contains a massive, terrifying trap — one that many of its investors may not even understand. In a nutshell: You aren’t getting what you think you’re getting.

    If you buy the fund for $830 per share, you might imagine you’re getting $830 worth of bitcoin.

    Not a chance. You’re not getting anything close to that. Actually, the fund owns less than one-tenth of one bitcoin per share. On Wednesday, with bitcoin itself trading at around $4,600 on crypto exchanges, the currency owned by the trust worked out to just $400 per share.

    That’s less than half of the fund’s current share price. So you’re paying $830 for $400 worth of bitcoin — even assuming bitcoin is currently worth its own valuation (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/crypto-exec-says-bitcoin-is-in-a-bubble—-but-itll-still-hit-5-trillion-market-cap-2017-08-31). What’s supporting the other $430 in the trust’s stock price?

    Nothing. Air (and I don’t mean Ether, another cryptocurrency). The bitcoin fund is trading at more than 100% above its net asset value. Buying this fund is the equivalent to paying more than $9,000 for bitcoin when you can buy it on the exchanges for $4,600. Even the ability to avoid short-term capital gains tax isn’t worth a 100% markup.

    This price discrepancy is not the fault of the fund’s managers, Grayscale Investments (https://grayscale.co/bitcoin-investment-trust/), a crypto-focused asset management firm. It is simply the result of the fund’s popularity. People have rushed to buy it in their brokerage accounts without realizing that they are grossly overpaying. The fund’s price is simply the product of supply and demand. With 1.87 million shares in the fund in issue, the current price values the portfolio at a hefty $1.4 billion. Grayscale declined to comment for this article.

    What makes this fund even more dangerous is that the Bitcoin Investment Trust is not even a regular stock. Instead it is traded “over the counter,” and there isn’t much liquidity. Even during this bitcoin boom, only about 71,000 shares trade each day.

    Think of this as a crowded room with a narrow exit. If lots of people try to leave at once, you’ve got real problems. Meaning, if either bitcoin or the fund crashes, you may have trouble getting out of this investment quickly. And you may certainly have to take a big cut when you sell.

    Speculating on bitcoin is one thing (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/how-you-can-make-easy-money-from-the-bitcoin-bubble-2017-08-16). Paying twice the market price is a special kind of stupid.

  4. Klimy says:

    KTOS

    Mentioned this one in chat yesterday under $12. Still like. So does S&P Research after raising $186M. Just came out with World’s First Autonomous Vehicle Utilized in Live Operation on Public Roadways.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-GkbFXq3Ts

    Kratos Defense & Security SolutionsKratos Defense & Security Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ:KTOS) develops transformative, affordable technology for the Department of Defense and commercial customers. Kratos specializes in unmanned systems, satellite communications, cyber security/warfare, microwave electronics, missile defense, training and combat systems.

    Klimy

  5. AdminG
    AdminG says:

    NUGT: Large Outflows Detected at ETF
    Looking today at week-over-week shares outstanding changes among the universe of ETFs covered at ETF Channel, one standout is the Daily Gold Miners Index Bull 3X Shares where we have detected an approximate $775.0 million dollar outflow — that’s a 13.8% decrease week over week (from 185,938,735 to 160,289,000). START SLIDESHOW:Click here to find out which 9 other ETFs experienced notable outflows » The chart below shows the one year price performance of NUGT, versus its 200 day moving average: Looking at the chart above, NUGT’s low point in its 52 week range is $22.04 per share, with $143.18 as the 52 week high point — that compares with a last trade of $29.97.

  6. Klimy says:

    GOOG Earnings….

    Here are the most important advertising-related takeaways from the search giant’s earnings conference call:

    What brand safety issues?

    So far, there’s no evidence that Google’s recent “brand safety” challenges have had an impact on its ad business.

    The company came under fire in March for allowing ads to run alongside objectionable content — including extremist video on YouTube — prompting major advertisers including Wal-Mart Stores Inc., AT&T Inc. and J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. to say they held back spending from YouTube and other Google services. Some advertisers say have since returned to YouTube, while others say they have stayed away.

    Google made no reference to the issue on its earnings call this time around, with Alphabet CFO Ruth Porat stating instead that YouTube made a “healthy contribution” to its ad revenue growth between April and June.

    CEO Sundar Pichai said “hundreds of brands” are now buying video ads through its Google Preferred product, which it says places alongside YouTube’s most premium content.

    YouTube hits the living room

    Much has been made about the potential for digital video services such as YouTube to displace traditional TV, and Google says it’s making some progress when it comes to grabbing users’ attention in the living room.

    Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the fastest growing screen for YouTube is in the living room, and noted that YouTube now has 1.5 billion monthly viewers across all devices, with an average viewing time of 60 minutes a day. The company launched its own over-the-top linear TV service, YouTube TV, earlier this year.

    Mobile search is booming

    Industry observers once questioned Google’s reliance on desktop search and its ability to shift its business to mobile. According to Google, that transition is going great, with “tremendous results in mobile” search now helping to drive its ad revenue growth.

    “We’re really pleased with our ongoing efforts there,” Ms. Porat said, adding that there’s no single change that is helping to drive its business on that front beyond growing user adoption.

    “It’s a lot of small incremental efforts that in aggregate continue to allow us to benefit from a really nice underlying secular trend,” she said.

    Connecting online to offline is still a big opportunity

    Google and its competitors have for years attempted to understand the link between users’ online behaviors and their offline actions and purchases. According to Mr. Pichai, the company continues to see that area as a big opportunity for Google.

    “With 90% of transactions still happening offline, we want to help consumers find what they’re looking for in brick and mortar stores,” he said.

    Write to Jack Marshall at Jack.Marshall@wsj.com

    (END) Dow Jones Newswires
    07-24-17 1830ET
    Copyright (c) 2017 Dow Jones & Company, Inc.

  7. Klimy says:

    Earnings for the week of 7/24/2017. For anyone wanting to trade off of earnings. Suggest to look at weekly options. For companies reporting in the AM, look the day prior. For those reporting in the PM, look the day of near the close. Look at an “Options Straddle”. That will give you some idea of just how much the Market Maker is expecting the stock to move + or – post earnings based on implied volatility. Not saying the stock will close on those numbers but rather at some point it should move that much + or -. Could be more or less following. Does this work all the time? No. But it does work more than 75%. Use it to your benefit. Good trading!

    Monday:

    A.M. – BOH, CALM, HAL, HAS, ITW, MAN, PETS, SWK, VFC

    P.M.– APC ,GOOG/GOOGL, RMBS, SWFT,

    Tuesday:

    A.M.– AKS, BIIB, CAT, CIT, DD, DPZ, FCX, GM, HCA, JBLU, KMB, LLY, MCD, MDR, MMM, NEM, PCAR, PHM, STX, TRU, UTX, WSO,

    P.M.– AMD, AMGN, AKAM, AMP, CB, CMG, CNI, ESRX,JNPR,MORN, SFLY,T,TXN, WYNN, X, ZION

    Wednesday:

    A.M. – ALK, ANGI, ANTM, BAX, BA, DHI, F, GD, GLW, HES, HLT, HSY, IMAX, IR, KO, LEA, NSC, NOC, OC, R, SIX, STT, TUP, USG, WM, WHR

    P.M. – BWLD, CHDN, DOW, DNKN, DPS, ESV, EXP, FB, FFIV, GG, GILD,HST, LM, LVS, NTGR, NTRI, ORLY, PYPL, PSA, SU, TSCO, VRTX, WFM

    Thursday:

    A.M. – ALLY, ABEV, AMT,AZN, BMY, BC, BSX, BUD,BWA,CMCSA,COP, DNKN,ESV, HUN, IP,LLL, LUV, MA, MCK, MO, MGM, MT, NYT, PG, POT, PX, SAVE, SNE, TDC, TWTR, UPS, VLO, VZ, WCC

    P.M. – AFL, AMZN, BIDU, BYD, CERN, DECK, EA, EXPE, FE, FSLR, INTC, MAT, SAM, SKYW, SBUX, VRSN, WDC

    Friday:

    A.M.– AAL, CVX , CS, ERJ, GT, MRK, VLP, XOM, WFT, WY

    • Klimy says:

      The long straddle is a NEUTRAL strategy in options trading that involves simultaneously buying of a put and a call of the same underlying stock, striking price and expiration date. IT relies on VOLATILITY of an equity. OR if selling a Straddle (short straddle) it relies on limited volatility.

      Long straddle options are unlimited profit, limited risk options trading strategies that are used when the options trader thinks the underlying securities will experience significant VOLATILITY in the near term.

      By having long positions in both call and put options, straddles can achieve large profits no matter which way the underlying stock price heads, provided the move is strong enough. This will be explained in our below example.

      Maximum loss for long straddles occurs when the underlying stock price on expiration date is trading at the strike price of the options bought. At this price, both options expire worthless and the options trader loses the entire initial debit taken to enter the trade.

      There are 2 break-even points for the long straddle position. The breakeven points can be calculated using the following formula.

      Upper Breakeven Point = Strike Price of Long Call + Net Premium Paid
      Lower Breakeven Point = Strike Price of Long Put – Net Premium Paid

      Example
      Suppose XYZ stock is trading at $40 in June. An options trader enters a long straddle by buying a JUL 40 put for $200 and a JUL 40 call for $200. The net debit taken to enter the trade is $400, which is also his maximum possible loss.

      If XYZ stock is trading at $50 on expiration in July, the JUL 40 put will expire worthless but the JUL 40 call expires in the money and has an intrinsic value of $1000. Subtracting the initial debit of $400, the long straddle trader’s profit comes to $600.

      On expiration in July, if XYZ stock is still trading at $40, both the JUL 40 put and the JUL 40 call expire worthless and the long straddle trader suffers a maximum loss which is equal to the initial debit of $400 taken to enter the trade.

      Note: While we have covered the use of this strategy with reference to stock options, the long straddle is equally applicable using ETF options, index options as well as options on futures.

      The converse strategy to the long straddle is the short straddle. Short straddles are used when little movement is expected of the underlying stock price, or low volatility.

      Reference: The Options Guide

  8. AdminG
    AdminG says:

    $US Dollar is feeling the pressure of the currency war now since the creation of Fiat money means US Dollar removed from gold standard it’s easy to print paper money and dissolve its value. The FED become much powerful even more 2008 economic trouble by using the fear pressure of collapsing too much too big to fail banks and companies all of them been reward by their mistake and own greediness and punish its own hard worker citizen.

    The dollar is great product and invention to export around the world.US Dollar dominated, the currency of the world but if we look back in the history of Roman people we can not deny that they have the big economic problem like we have now, they diluted their currency. look back in American history

    The Mint report for Congress showing how changes in the metal content of coins could save money.

    The last time the government made major metallurgical changes in U.S. coins was nearly 50 years ago when Congress directed the Mint to remove silver from dimes and quarters and to reduce its content in half dollar coins. Now, Congress is looking at new changes in response to rising prices for copper and nickel.
    —Moving to less expensive combinations of metals like steel, aluminum, and zinc.
    —Gradually taking dollar bills out the economy and replacing them with coins.

    Emphasis added. In other words: Devaluation of the currency.
    Devaluation is nothing new and great empires like that of the Romans used devaluation during their descent to the fallen empire. Incrementally, the value of the Roman currency was diluted by adding smaller amounts of silver in their currency. Eventually, the currency was so diluted that faith in the money was lost and their empire collapsed.

    Now here Come Bitcoin, hello US Dollar, bitcoin worth far more than US dollar now. a new wave of digital currency will become a tidal wave, here are a list of few

    1.Bitcoin has not just been a trendsetter, ushering in a wave of cryptocurrencies built on the decentralized peer-to-peer network, it’s become the de facto standard for cryptocurrencies​. The currencies inspired by Bitcoin are collectively called altcoins and have tried to present themselves as modified or improved versions of Bitcoin. While some of these currencies are easier to mine than Bitcoin is, there are tradeoffs, including greater risk brought on by lesser liquidity, acceptance and value retention.

    1) Litecoin (LTC)
    Litecoin, launched in the year 2011, was among the initial cryptocurrencies following Bitcoin and was often referred to as ‘silver to Bitcoin’s gold.’ It was created by Charlie Lee, an MIT graduate, and former Google engineer. Litecoin is based on an open source global payment network that is not controlled by any central authority and uses “scrypt” as a proof of work, which can be decoded with the help of CPUs of consumer grade. Although Litecoin is like Bitcoin in many ways, it has a faster block generation rate and hence offers a faster transaction confirmation. Other than developers, there are a growing number of merchants who accept Litecoin.

    2) Ethereum (ETH)
    Launched in 2015, Ethereum is a decentralized software platform that enables Smart Contracts and Distributed Applications (ĐApps) to be built and run without any downtime, fraud, control or interference from a third party. During 2014, Ethereum had launched a pre-sale for ether which had received an overwhelming response. The applications on Ethereum are run on its platform-specific cryptographic token, ether. Ether is like a vehicle for moving around on the Ethereum platform, and is sought by mostly developers looking to develop and run applications inside Ethereum. According to Ethereum, it can be used to “codify, decentralize, secure and trade just about anything.” Following the attack on the DAO in 2016, Ethereum was split into Ethereum (ETH) and Ethereum Classic (ETC). Ethereum (ETH) has a market capitalization of $4.46 billion, second after Bitcoin among all cryptocurrencies. (Related reading: The First-Ever Ethereum IRA is a Game-Changer)

    3) Zcash (ZEC)
    Zcash, a decentralized and open-source cryptocurrency launched in the latter part of 2016, looks promising. “If Bitcoin is like http for money, Zcash is https,” is how Zcash defines itself. Zcash offers privacy and selective transparency of transactions. Thus, like https, Zcash claims to provide extra security or privacy where all transactions are recorded and published on a blockchain, but details such as the sender, recipient, and amount remain private. Zcash offers its users the choice of ‘shielded’ transactions, which allow for content to be encrypted using advanced cryptographic technique or zero-knowledge proof construction called a zk-SNARK developed by its team.

    4) Dash
    Dash (originally known as Darkcoin) is a more secretive version of Bitcoin. Dash offers more anonymity as it works on a decentralized mastercode network that makes transactions almost untraceably. Launched in January 2014, Dash experienced an increasing fan following in a short span of time. This cryptocurrency was created and developed by Evan Duffield and can be mined using a CPU or GPU. In March 2015, ‘Darkcoin’ was rebranded to Dash, which stands for Digital Cash and operates under the ticker – DASH. The rebranding didn’t change any of its technological features such as Darksend, InstantX.

    5) Ripple (XRP)
    Ripple is a real-time global settlement network that offers instant, certain and low-cost international payments. Ripple “enables banks to settle cross-border payments in real time, with end-to-end transparency, and at lower costs.” Released in 2012, Ripple currency has a market capitalization of $1.26 billion. Ripple’s consensus ledger — its method of conformation — doesn’t need mining, a feature that deviates from Bitcoin and altcoins. Since Ripple’s structure doesn’t require mining, it reduces the usage of computing power and minimizes network latency. Ripple believes that ‘distributing value is a powerful way to incentivize certain behaviors’ and thus currently plans to distribute XRP primarily “through business development deals, incentives to liquidity providers who offer tighter spreads for payments, and selling XRP to institutional buyers interested in investing in XRP.”

    6) Monero (XMR)
    Monero is a secure, private and untraceable currency. This open source cryptocurrency was launched in April 2014 and soon spiked great interest among the cryptography community and enthusiasts. The development of this cryptocurrency is completely donation-based and community-driven. Monero has been launched with a strong focus on decentralization and scalability, and enables complete privacy by using a special technique called ‘ring signatures.’ With this technique, there appears a group of cryptographic signatures including at least one real participant – but since they all appear valid, the real one cannot be isolated.

  9. OutLaw
    OutLaw says:

    Klimy: Stock list on Irregular High Call Volume
    NTNX ORCL EXEL SRNE AXON ADXS SRG HEES MDCA SLF DCP CTSO ENZ

    DBVT RRR SKWY TTS INSM PRLB ROLL ABTL VIA ACH AQXP

  10. OutLaw
    OutLaw says:

    DCTH , May be one to add to your watch list
    One of our users been tracking this stock for a while he sent me a couple of links about there Phase 2 Clinical Trials on liver cancer.
    1.) https://www.forbes.com/sites/elaineschattner/2017/04/27/bayers-stivarga-offers-slim-progress-for-people-with-liver-cancer/#78f138ed75ac
    2.) http://delcath.com/trial/phase-2-clinical-trials-in-hepatocellular-carcinoma-hcc-and-intrahepatic-cholangiocarcinoma-icc/
    Do your own research

  11. OutLaw
    OutLaw says:

    View of our system performance:

    Technicians here at OutlawsStocks conducted a 2 day test of the soundness of the system.

    They sampled 47 stocks the 1st day and 45 the 2nd, both random samples include stocks that range in price from penny to the most expensive and various sectors.

    Results show that 72% of the time the stock stayed between 2nd support and 2nd resistance.

    Also it shows that 91% of the time the stock does not fall below the 2nd support point.

    This confirms that OutlawsStocks platform is an excellent tool for predicting the “buy low” point.

    Following the guidance set forth in the tutorial the trader has an excellent chance of being profitable.

    • OutLaw
      OutLaw says:

      Big thanks to Signal and AdminG for help testing our program .
      We are always testing and tracking our program to make it the best stock program on the market

  12. OutLaw
    OutLaw says:

    We always get asked, how are our Percentages ?
    Tested 47 stocks on 6/22 how they are hitting our Support and Res numbers

    Supports:

    40 Stocks hit 1st support came back up

    7 Stocks went below 1st support

    Out of the 7 stocks that went below our 1st Support

    6 stocks hit our 2nd Support and came back up

    1 stock went below our 2nd support

    85% Hit our 1st Support then came back up

    13% Hit our 2nd Support and came back up

    2% Went below our 2nd Support

    Resistance: 47 stocks tested

    26 Stocks hit our 1st RES came back down

    21 stocks went above our 1st RES

    Out of the 21 stocks that went above our 1st RES

    13 stocks Hit 2nd RES and came back down

    8 stocks went above our 2nd RES

    55% Hit our 1st RES came back down

    28% Hit our 2nd RES came back down

    17% Went above our 2nd RES

    Overall percentages :

    98% hit Supports and came back up

    83% hit RES and came back down

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