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How to Play Google Earnings, Again?

by OptionPundit on October 15, 2009

Google (GOOG) is announcing earnings today after market close. A $500+ stock and famous for it’s move post earnings, it is almost in every “speculators” list to play for the big event. I covered GOOG earnings extensively. If you are looking for a play based on detailed analysis based, check out the past trades here.  […]

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Google (GOOG)- A Bearish Play

by OptionPundit on October 2, 2009

It was an intense sell-off day with down volume accounting for over 90%. All of the major indices have now broken and closed below their September 25th lows and their uptrends dating from the July 8th. Chicago PMI had already provided hints that things aren’t that rosy yet. But hey, who knows. This might be […]

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OPNewsletter Returns +6.2% in Sept’08

by OptionPundit on September 14, 2008

In what could be summarized as tumultuous month for the US markets, full of volatility and extreme intradays moves and strong reversals, OPNewsletter Sept portfolios returned +6.2% including commissions. This beats my revised target of 5% including comissions (vs earlier 5-7% x-comissions). This surely wasn’t an easy month for an income trader but a portfolio approach and diversification helped me achieve […]

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Gold, Oversold

by OptionPundit on August 13, 2008

Gold is oversold, that’s the theme of this post. Through yesterday, gold has been down and down, almost everyday since hitting high in Mid July’08.  Attached chart has a simple technical analysis and both RSI and MACD are in the oversold area. Each time we saw this low, Gold rallied approximately $70-$75 in following weeks. […]

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Fed, Gold and Markets

by OptionPundit on August 6, 2008

Fed decided to keep interest rates flat, what’s the big deal? Markets staged a huge rally, Dow over 300 points; was that big deal? Gold dropped almost closed to support point $85 and Oil, metal and commodities were crushed, was that a big deal? These are not easy questions to answer but if we are […]

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