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With the market rallying like there's no tomorrow and tech stocks still down in the dumps, it's time to buy one of our favorite tech giants, one that we want to own and don't mind adding to if the Trump rally backtracks.

Good old Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) looks like someone took a bite out of it, but it's also oversold here.

The stock got down to $110, which gave me pause - I was hoping it would dip down to $105, where I wanted us to jump into it. But it's back up above $110 after holding just below $109.

 
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Yesterday, WDC executives announced that they expect approximately $4.75 billion in revenue for the second quarter of 2017. They also adjusted their second-quarter earnings expectations to between $2.10 and $2.15, up from previous estimates of $1.85 to $1.95.

Since then, the stock has been soaring. In fact, it was up 4.79% during yesterday's after-hour trading... which has been wonderful for WDC calls.

 
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I told you last week that our MTDR and LNG puts are running out of steam, and that before long it would be time to roll them forward. Matador stock lost -12% during the first month of our short but is now up about +5% because of oil, and our MTDR December $17.50 put is running out of time. Right after we shorted Cheniere Energy, the stock lost -18% in six weeks, but the energy rally in November reversed that trend. The stock is still down 7% but with so little time before expiration we're sitting on a loss in the LNG December $30 put as well.

Long-term, of course, these companies are still facing serious problems because of their high debt loads and the tough energy markets. They are bleeding cash (MTDR reported a net loss of -$105.7 million in Q2, while LNG lost -$298.4 million), drowning in debt, and operating on unsustainable business models. These companies are going down - but not in the next two weeks.

 
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The U.S. housing industry is going through a transition that is lining up to hand savvy tech investors huge gains.

The 2007-'09 financial crisis led to a massive round of foreclosures that upended millions of homeowners. And the events of those years are still having a profound impact on the sector today.

Despite brisk housing sales, the rate of home-ownership has fallen for the last 10 years. According to federal data, the rate is at a 50-year low.

 
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Every investor - including yours truly - has, at one point or another, made an investment decision without a clear plan or methodology in mind. According to Barron's, that results in a whopping 85% of all investor buy and sell decisions contributing to what I like to call the "Cycle of Lost Profits."

It's a difficult (and expensive) lesson to learn.

Fortunately, you won't have to worry about that, and it's all thanks to one of the most valuable tactics we'll ever use here: Trailing stops.

 
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Shares of MeetMe Inc. (NasdaqCM:MEET) were up 7.53% in mid-day trading Monday.

I hope you're on board because the company's product is one of the hottest millennial apps around. Users are decidedly concentrated between the ages of 18-34 which means they're aggressive, monetizable, and of course, mobile.

The company released data Monday showing that its mobile CPMs increased 14% year-over-year for the month of November. At the same time, the company reiterated Q4 and full year 2016 guidance.

 
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OPEC very famously agreed to limit oil production in their November meeting - which sent oil prices souring to their highest levels since mid-October.

Thing is, there are two key facts about the "reduction" that have gotten very little press, but are offering us a very big profit opportunity:

  • The limit of 32.5 million barrels per day is close to all-time high production levels recently hit by OPEC producers (meaning they're not giving up much).
  • This number is still well above OPEC's own published number of market demand - 31.8 million barrels. This means that they will still be pumping more than customers use.  And that's not a recipe for higher oil prices in the intermediate term.
As a result, a beautiful Hooke Pattern has developed in the oil market.

 
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