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Jul
01
2015

Sell BLDP

What a way to throw cold water on a nice rise. Ballard Power Systems Inc. (NasdaqGM:BLDP) management decided today to price a secondary offering at $1.60, significantly below the market price. Needless to say, the stock - which last week had been at $2.33 - immediately sank and hit its trailing stop.

 
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It's pretty simple: We ring the register while others wring their hands.

Our Stealth Stock Trading Indicator (SSTI) has us in trades that are holding up better than most in tough markets - e.g., Eastman Chemical (NYSE:EMN), Expedia (NASDAQ:EXPE) and Anthem (NYSE:ANTM). And in some that continue to thump the market, such as AIG (NYSE:AIG) and today's big winner Valero (NYSE:VLO).

Yesterday, we reeled in a 112.6% gain on the first half of our bonus options; today we enjoy a 201.6% "Profit Paycheck" on the second half of that position.

 
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Eight seconds...

It doesn't sound like a lot of time, but trust me... it's an eternity when you're on a raging bull that's determined to unceremoniously kick you off on your keister.

The secret to making the eight-second buzzer that signals rodeo success is "riding the buck," according to bull riding legend, Cody Custer.

What he means by that is something we talk about all the time - learning how to move naturally so that your riding position is almost automatic and very fluid.

In bull riding, that means riding below the hips so that your actions are very smooth and disciplined. That way you're not fighting the bull but, instead, maximizing his actions in harmony with your own.

 
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I am recommending some additional defensive moves on two positions today as markets continue to digest the unfolding Greek debacle. Each of the stocks has been weakening but remain well-positioned to rebound. So don't throw the towel in yet!

In both cases, you should replace current trailing stops with hard stops. Each will provide a better protection on the downside, narrowing risk and lessening the overall possible loss should the stocks continue to weaken.

Neither is anywhere close to the trailing stop we set up initially (a 30% decline from the highest value while held). But the midstream/terminal sector represented has exhibited vulnerability to the uncertainty unleashed by the Greek default.

 
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Mylan NV (Nasdaq:MYL) is a pharmaceutical company that has had strong performance since the first of the year.  It has a great history of responding to quick drops with almost violent moves to the upside.

Today we're playing for a very fast snapback of a rubber band that has been stretched to the downside.  This is a trade with a very tight stop that we're looking to take the first profits on very quickly. 

 
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Our Capital Wave Strategist, Shah Gilani, recently sat down to talk with Money Morning Executive Editor Bill Patalon about a quiet disaster unfolding in the stock and bond markets.

We all remember the "Flash Crash" of 2010, which saw the Dow Jones alone lose around 9% of its value over the course of 36 minutes. The 998.5-point loss was the biggest intraday point decline in Dow history.

The cause was linked to certain high-frequency trading tactics like spoofing. Most regulators' official view is that high-frequency traders provide valuable "liquidity" and "market-making" functions.

 
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I have some great news to share with you today.

As many of you recall, we stopped out of Aerie Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NasdaqGM:AERI) back on April 14, and the subsequent alert recommended that you buy back in immediately.

Today, as I write this, AERI is up back up more than 50%.

Here's why.

 
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Like many companies lately, Toyota Motor Corp. (NYSE: TM) has experienced some rocky trading. The stock is down 7.1% from a high of $145.80 set on March 23, 2015.

Yet I'm not concerned, and I encourage you not to be either.

TM has returned 25.86% since March 21, 2014, when I recommended the Japanese automaker as a means of playing that country's stimulus program AND capitalizing on this country's central banking madness. The S&P 500, by contrast, has returned only 9.48% over the same time frame.

It's a nearly textbook-perfect example of why we concentrate on only the best companies in industries driven by globally unstoppable trends, and how you can profitably play the world's central bankers like a proverbial fiddle at the same time.

 
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We've had a huge week here. There have been plenty of double- and triple-digit gains to report, and lots of exciting new positions to take on, but we've also debuted our newest service, Tom Gentile's Money Calendar Alert.

This new service focuses on options. The first trades are ready, and some of them have hit it big already. The gains were so big and, frankly, so fast that not everyone had a chance to get in, so Tom quickly devised another high-profit trade to make sure everyone gets a chance. We can expect lots more quick, explosive gains like this from Money Calendar Alert moving forward. 

Beyond that, we're hard at work on a Quarterly Review that will take a look back at where we've been in this the second quarter of 2015. We've had some really big gains despite the conditions on the markets and in the wider economy. We'll be talking with the guys about what to expect in the next few months, too.

 
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