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  • Squawk / 04 September 2013 at 14:02 GMT
    Short term trend update Sept 3rd (Syria Strike) $SPY $GOOG $BAC $AAPL

    I'm quite impressed in Obama's move to include Congress in Syria's limited strike; the President excluded republicans from the day he took office, leading to several bloody standoffs between him and Congress. This change in Obama's leadership might end up being good for the US and global economy after all for the long-term outlook. However, this week it seems that the market is still in the danger zone, the index and some of the stocks are showing some interesting negative price patterns.

    $SPY: The index is still in a descending course, trading right above an important long-term support at the 1616 level, and threatening to continue lower. We should assume that the descending trend is still intact until we see the index ....... See more at: http://www.sptinvestors.com/Short-term-trend-update-Sept-3rd-Syria-Strike-SPY-GOOG-BAC-AAPL#sthash.LDerQISI.dpuf
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  • Squawk / 04 September 2013 at 14:00 GMT
    Short term trend update Sept 4th $TSLA $AMD $YHOO

    $TSLA: In a previous post, it was mentioned that the stock must go beyond 176 to maintain its current rise. Yesterday, the stock price formed a reversal bar on the daily timeframe but can only be confirmed if the stock price opened and closed lower today. Otherwise, the short-term ascending trend is still in play.

    $AMD: The stock price mid-term trend is turning neutral immaturely as a response to the company's latest quarter's performance and is approaching a critical long term support at the 3.17 level. Although the long-term trend is still ascending, the consolidation area is becoming more clear now, forming a long-term bear flag with a lower boundary at the 2.7 level and an upper boundary at the 4.81 level. The 3.17 level should show some support for the price but the mid-term trend is still .......- See more at: http://www.sptinvestors.com/Short-term-trend-update-Sep-4th-TSLA-AMD-YHOO#sthash.6QcDJXEP.dpuf
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  • Squawk / 27 August 2013 at 16:17 GMT
    Short term trend update Aug 27th $SPY $GOOG $BAC $AAPL

    I'm still amazed how the specialized financial media keeps distracting the investment community from the real issues behind the recent markets actions. There is no doubt that the Syrian issue is serious and can have a serious implications on markets. But it seems that now the market is becoming worried about the Fed's policy because it's almost September. In addition, $GOOG is loosing ground against $AAPL which is putting more pressure on the SP500.

    $SPY: Google stock price is falling back again, dragging the index along with it. The index is developing a short-term ascending trend that will face a serious mid-term resistance that can hinder it from continuing, especially the 1683 level. It seems that trading below the 1639 is ..........- See more at: http://www.sptinvestors.com/Short-term-trend-update-Aug-27th-SPY-GOOG-BAC-AAPL#sthash.Y80yfXta.dpuf
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  • Squawk / 27 August 2013 at 16:15 GMT
    $TSLA short-term trend update Aug 27th

    Last week, the stock price was able to avoid a short-term setback by penetrating the 150.31 level and creating a new short-term ascending course that can probably target levels beyond 180 level. However, the mid-term ascending trend is still loosing momentum and might show a sign of a trend reversal anytime within the next 13 days.

    In the attached chart with the arrows, the third green arrow area shouldn't have happened because it was just a response to the misleading 2nd quarter's earnings. The the hypothetical red arrow is the probable scenario, especially if the stock price fails to go beyond the 176 level. ....... - See more at: http://www.sptinvestors.com/TSLA-short-term-trend-update-Aug-27th#sthash.SzU4S1ZI.dpuf
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  • Squawk / 21 August 2013 at 14:19 GMT
    $TSLA trend update Aug 21st

    In connection with the previous post, the stock price is still in a descending course and today's high is the only resistance that's keeping the downtrend intact. A negative signal just showed up few minutes ago in the intraday charts, indicating a start of a descending intraday trend that should bring the stock back to 135 and maybe lower.

    Penetrating today's highs is the only event that can prevent the stock from the fall scenario. See the attached chart for more info about the intraday resistance levels.

    - See more at: http://www.sptinvestors.com/TSLA-trend-update-Aug-21st#sthash.S3Sj07WT.dpuf
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  • Squawk / 19 August 2013 at 16:27 GMT
    Short term trend update Aug 19th $SPY $GOOG $BAC $AAPL

    Recently, the media is discussing the Repo Market Decline, as one of the consequences of the Fed's plan to slow QE this year. It's a serious issue, mainly for banks because it will have an impact on their profits during the next two quarters. But it's not clear yet how big is the impact and how will the other sectors react to it. At the moment, it's pressuring the $BAC and the $SPY.

    $SPY: The fall of $GOOG last week had the biggest impact on the index, pushing it to test the long-term support at the 1652 level, which is considered the 38.2% Fibonacci level at the same time. The short-term descending course is still intact and it's not clear yet where is it bottoming but the index is still at risk of testing lower figures, close to the 1630 level. See the .......... - See more at: http://sptinvestors.com/Short-term-trend-update-Aug-19th-SPY-GOOG-BAC-AAPL#sthash.XjtoDeC9.dpuf
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  • Squawk / 14 August 2013 at 18:05 GMT
    $TSLA trend update Aug 14th

    It's really sad to see how the media misled many investors last week when it aired the wrong EPS; the stock price fell over $20 since last Thursday's highs and is still falling. The current fall in the price was suppose to happen earlier from the 145 level, right after the 2nd quarter announcement, and it wasn't suppose to be as bad!

    Trading below 144 today will start another short-term trend reversal and if followed by a weekly close, it will confirm a weakening in the mid-term ascending course momentum. Such development is anticipated to bring the stock back to the 125 level, which can turn the mid-term trend to become neutral, and when it happens within the next 6 working days, the stock price would be developing a negative pattern called a broadening top that might have an additional implication on the long-term outlook of the stock. So let's .................. - See more at: http://sptinvestors.com/TSLA-trend-update-Aug-14th#sthash.dznc5eIW.dpuf
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  • Squawk / 14 August 2013 at 17:15 GMT
    Short term trend update Aug 14th $SPY $GOOG $BAC $AAPL

    Again, this week, the media is missing out on what's really happening; they still think the market is still concerned about the negative effect of the Fed stimulus and the recent economic releases on the market. The apparent short term fundamentals effecting the market now are three major upcoming events: 1. The surprising positive changes in the $BAC earnings. 2. The approaching launch of iOS 7 and 3. The rising wedge pattern in $GOOG.

    $SPY: The index retraced immaturely to a very important short-term support at the 1692.7 level and is showing weakness in the current ascending short-term trend. Breaking this support will eliminate the mid-term target at the 1790 level ......... - See more at: http://sptinvestors.com/Short-term-trend-update-Aug-6th-SPY-GOOG-BAC-AAPL#sthash.r2Ihgeeg.dpuf
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  • Squawk / 12 August 2013 at 17:45 GMT
    Should you invest in $TSLA or not?

    Few days ago, while I was waiting for the company's 2nd quarter's earnings, many media companies delivered the breaking news that $TSLA made $0.20 EPS, beating the estimates by far. I was thrilled from the outstanding news but then I was confused when I learned from the company's actual announcement that the 2nd quarters' results were actually a loss and the EPS was ($0.26). I found out that the company reported two EPS numbers, the GAAP and the non-GAAP. I don't think the company was trying to manipulate ............... See more at: http://sptinvestors.com/Should-you-invest-in-TSLA-or-not#sthash.ptW2OuUC.dpuf
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  • Squawk / 07 August 2013 at 18:30 GMT
    $TSLA trend update Aug 7th

    The company is going to announce its second quarter earnings later today after the closing. The announcement might come out really good in comparison to its previous quarter's earnings but it might not support the incredible rise in its stock price, especially after what happened today. Trading below the 134 level today, the stock price is at risk of starting a short term correction wave that would be ................... See more at: http://sptinvestors.com/TSLA-trend-update-Aug-7th#sthash.imAEkD7c.dpuf
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    Beware when shorting this stock as equity available to loan for shorting is still limited.
    Malsuwayed Malsuwayed
    Thanks for the tip. I'm not a big fan of shorting stocks, if i wanna bet south on a stock, i can only do it with options...
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