Tag Archive: $CIB

Mar 01

Stocks To Watch

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No commentary, just charts:- $BITA   $BRCD   $CBI   $CIB   $CMG   $HCA   $HON   $JOE   $PKI   $SRE          

Mar 03

Examining Our Exits

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A follower on StockTwits was kind enough to point out how $OCN had rallied sharply after I’d cut my long position. I said it was OK, I’d obeyed my stop. In the past I’ve tried to avoid keeping the charts of recently closed positions on my screen, I’ve always found it easier to move on …

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Feb 25

Exiting Longs in $CIB and $OCN

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As we indicated in our equity positions update over the weekend we got stopped in our long in $CIB following Friday’s close and took this morning’s open as our exit for a loss of 3.4%. It may well find support slightly lower before making another attempt at that multi-year resistance, so we’ll continue to monitor …

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Feb 23

Review Of Open Positions – Stocks

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With this week’s volatility and pullback in the market we got stopped on 3 positions: Whole Foods ($WFM) -11.4% Continued to decline on good volume following its post-earnings slump, endangering its longer-term trend. iPath DJ UBS Copper ETF ($JJC) -5.3% Invalidated our rationale closing below the $45 level we cited. It’s returned to the lower range …

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Feb 16

Review Of Open Positions – Stocks

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Here’s our performance review of stocks since mentioning them here. In order to be as transparent as possible when I blog about a stock during the trading day, for better or worse, I take the next session’s open as my entry for performance measuring purposes.  And as always we show losing trades here as well …

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Feb 11

Banking On Colombia ($CIB)

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BanColombia ($CIB) is a stock I’ve been watching for a while with Colombia being hailed as a potential growth area of which $CIB would be a clear beneficiary. The stock has been in a long-term trading range of just $15. Typically the longer the consolidation, the bigger the resolution, and this looks ready to break …

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