Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast
Results 1 to 10 of 17
 0 Attachment(s)    

Thread: NYSE Analytics

  1. #1

    Default NYSE Analytics

    Spyder ETF declines before NYSE opening bell.
     European Indexes are in negative side
    SPY (intraday chart) uptrend at extended hours. Resistance: 168.00 , Support: 167.20
    Pre-market NYSE/NASDAQ:
    Gapping up:
    M&A news: BBRY +4.4% (SAP, Cisco, and Google are discussing bids for all or parts of BBRY, according to reports; upgraded to Neutral from Underperform at Macquarie), RUE +1.3% (rue21 debt has sold at a 20% discount, according to reports).
    Select metals/mining stocks trading higher: GFI +1.6%, AU +1.4%, AUY +1.2%, SLV +0.7%, GDX +0.5%, GLD +0.4%.
    Other news: OUTR +7.7% (Jana Partners confirms 13.5% stake in 13D; Outerwall comments on Schedule 13D filing from JANA Partners), PICO +6.6% (Barron's profiles positive view on Pico Holdings), CTIC +4.4% (Cell Therapeutics announces agreement with FDA on special protocol assessment for planned pivotal Phase 3 trial of Pacritinib in Myelofibrosis), IMAX +2.9% (following Gravity opening), ACHN +2.2% (RA Capital Management discloses purchase of 2.8 mln shares at $2.96-3.01 ), TSLA +0.2% (still checking) .
    Analyst comments: MU +1.5% (tgt raised to $30 from $19 at Citigroup), AAPL +0.7% (upgraded to Buy from Hold at Jefferies; tgt raised to $600 from $425), RLGY +0.4% (Realogy upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Goldman)
    Gapping down:
    M&A news: CTB -7.5% (Cooper Tire & Rubber filed a complaint in Delaware Chancery Court asking that subsidiaries of Apollo Tyres be required to expeditiously close the pending merger between the two tire companies in accordance with the terms of the definitive merger agreement), TWGP -5.6% ( attributed to speculation of PE capital investment, has been the target of M&A chatter recently, this speculation could be seen as negative), SAP -2% (SAP, Cisco, and Google are discussing bids for all or parts of BBRY, according to reports).
    Financial related names showing weakness: ING -2.8%, LYG -2.2%, DB -2.1% ( downgraded to Hold from Buy at Canaccord Genuity), HBC -1.3% (HSBC Holdings Household International liable for $1.5 bln securities fraud claims, according to reports), C -1.1%, CS -1.1%, BAC -0.8%, JPM -0.7%.
    Select mining stocks trading lower: RIO -2%, BHP -1.8%, MT -1.3%.
    Select oil/gas related names showing early weakness: YPF -6.6%, SDRL -2%, RIG -1.7%, RDS.A -1.5% (Royal Dutch Shell has increased production at Iraq oil field, according to reports), WFT -1.2%, BP -0.9%.
    Other news: ATOS -49.2% ( initiates medical device voluntary recall ), DRYS -6.3% (DryShips launches ATM equity offering with Evercore group ), GIMO -4% ( files Registration Statement for proposed follow-on offering by co and certain selling shareholders ), DEG -2.2% (confirmed management changes - Stfan Descheemaeker to resign as CEO of Delhaize Europe), F -1.7% (Ford Motor's Board will discuss plans for CEO Mulally this week, according to reports ), NOK -1.6% (still checking), BUD -1.6% (still checking), ARMH -1.5% (still checking), RCL -1.5% (still checking), ARMH -1.5% (still checking), AMZN -1% (Amazon.com workers in Germany may go on strike before the holidays, according to reports); cautious Barron's mention).
    Analyst comments: TOL -1.7% (downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Goldman), GEVA -1.7% (Synageva downgraded to Neutral from Outperform at Wedbush), QCOM -1.5% (Qualcomm downgraded to Neutral from Buy at BofA/Merrill), IBM -1.4% (downgraded to Equal Weight from Overweight at Barclays), AA -1.4% (downgraded to Equal-Weight from Overweight at Morgan Stanley; tgt lowered to $9 from $10 ), FB -1.3% ( downgraded to Outperform from Strong Buy at Raymond James, initiated with an Overweight at Atlantic Equities ), GE -0.7% (resumed with a Neutral at Goldman; tgt $26)
    Trading Ideas NYSE & NASDAQ:
    BBRY short below 8.00. Long above 8.00.
    CTB long above 8.0026.00
    ATOS long above 3.00

    Original: NYSE Analytics 7 October - Shark Traders

  2. #2

    Default NYSE Analytics 8 October

    Spyder ETF a little grows before NYSE opening bell.
     European Indexes are in negative side
    SPY (intraday chart) uptrend at extended hours. Resistance: 168.50 , Support: 167.00
    Pre-market NYSE/NASDAQ:
    Gapping up:
    In reaction to strong earnings/guidance: JCP +7.7% (reported that September comparable store sales continue improving trend; up 580 basis points over August and down (4.0) % from last year; downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Sterne Agee), WWW +2.4%.
    M&A related: MCK +2.2% (McKesson may be in advanced discussions to acquire Celesio for $5.08 bln or more, according to reports), CTB +1% (ongoing Apollo takeover speculation), ACTV +0.2% (ticking higher, Vista Equity Partners commences tender offer for all outstanding shares of ACTIVE Network at $14.50 per share).
    A few solar stocks trading higher: SOL +5.3%, YGE +1.5%.
    Other news: NAVB +8.3% (announces additional results from Lymphoseek Phase 3 clinical trial in head and neck cancer at American College of Surgeons 2013 Annual Clinical Congress), AGEN +7.9% announces GSK's vaccine candidate containing Agenus' QS-21 Stimulon reduces malaria infection in Phase 3 trials), OIBR +6.1% (still checking), TLM +5.9% (Talisman Energy spiking higher in after hours trading, up ~13%; Carl Icahn disclosed 5.97% activist stake), MCP +4.2% ( discloses it amended its Securities Purchase Agreement with Molymet, Names Geoff Bedford as Next President and CEO), PBPB +3.1% (continued strength), DSCO +2.8% (announces Notice of Allowance for a U.S. Patent Supporting the AEROSURF Development Program), ALU +2.3% (following late news; planning 15K job cuts), NUAN +2.2% (announced the appointments of Brett Icahn and David Schechter to the Company's Board of Directors), NBG +1.9% (still checking), MU +1.2% (still checking), UAL +1.1% ( reports September 2013 operational performance: consolidated traffic: consolidated traffic increased 1.0%), NE +0.8% (announces favorable tax calculation relating to proposed change in place of incorporation transaction), TSLA +0.7% (still checking), .

    Analyst comments: PSDV +3.2% (initiated with Outperform at Northland), FNSR +2% (light volume, upgraded to Hold from Underperform at Jefferies), AVP +1.2% (upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at Wells Fargo), WFM +0.5% (initiated with a Buy at Jefferies), PG +0.2% (upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at Wells Fargo)
    Gapping down:
    In reaction to disappointing earnings/guidance: JMBA -14.6% (also downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Northland Capital), CYBE -7.9%, OCZ -2.1%, (also completes restatement of financial results for 2009-2012), CMLS -1.3% (announces public offering of $80 mln of its Class A common stock).
    M&A news: PHH -1.4% (following late spike - Reuters reporting that company is exploring sale).
    Select Euro drug names trading lower: NVS -1.3% (Novartis downgraded to Neutral from Overweight at JPMorgan), AZN -0.8%.
    A few oil/gas related names showing early weakness: SDRL -0.8%, BP -0.5%, RIG -0.5%, RDS.A -0.4%.
    A few metals/mining names seeing modest weakness: RIO -1.3%, BHP -0.8%, GOLD -0.6%, SLV -0.1%
    Other news: TWGP -27.1% (announces reserve strengthening and goodwill impairment; announces review of a range of strategic options; Fitch downgrades TWGP on reserve charge), CVM -11.3% (announces proposed public offering of common stock and warrants; size not disclosed), NQ -6.8% (announces proposed offering of $150 mln convertible senior notes), SSW -6.3% (announces concurrent public offerings of 5.7 mln common shares and $125 mln of convertible notes due 2018 ), KYTH -2.1% (announces proposed public offering of common stock; Co announces it has commenced an underwritten public offering of shares of its common stock to raise aggregate proceeds of $100 mln), RH -2.1% (attributed to pricing of block trade), GNRC -0.6% (to acquire generator business from Baldor Electric Company, a subsidiary of ABB Group; terms not disclosed ), BMRN -0.3% (announces proposed offering of $300 mln of senior subordinated convertible notes due 2018 and $300 mln senior subordinated convertible notes due 2020).
    Analyst comments: CLNE -6.1% ( tgt to $4.50 from $9.50 at Piper Jaffray, added to top idea list as Sell for 2013/2014), AUDC -2.3% (light volume, downgraded to Perform from Outperform at Oppenheimer),
    Trading Ideas NYSE & NASDAQ:
    JCP long above pre-market high
    WWW short below 59.00
    JMBA long above 12.00
    Original: NYSE Analytics 8 October - Shark Traders

  3. #3

    Default NYSE Analytics 9 October

    Spyder ETF a little grows before NYSE opening bell.
     European Indexes are in positive side
    SPY (intraday chart) uptrend at extended hours. Resistance: 166.00 , Support: 165.00
    Pre-market NYSE/NASDAQ:
    In reaction to strong earnings/guidance: MG +12.7%, CALD +12.2%, ATEC +11.9%, ADTN +8.4% (light volume), ZEP +5.1% (light volume), AA +3%.
    M&A news: MW +32.2% JOSB +12.5% (Jos. A. Bank confirms proposal to acquire Men's Wearhouse for $48 per share in cash), STP +11.8% (Suntech Power gapping up 12% on reports of potential bids), HRB +-5.7% (Republic Bancorp disclosed it is withdrawing application to merge with H&R Block).
    Select financial related names showing strength: IRE +3.0%, NBG +2.9%, DB +1.9%, SAN +1.8%, BCS +1.2%, GS +0.5% (Berkshire Hathaway disclosed 2.8% passive stake in amended 13G filing out last night after the close; filed to report that it has ceased to be the beneficial owner of more than 5%) .
    Select China internet stocks trading higher: YY +3.1%, DANG +2.5%, RENN +1.9%, QIHU +1.5%.
    A few India related names are trading higher (India Sept Trade Balance registers its lowest deficit in 2 1/2 years): INFY +4.3%, HDB +3.2%, TTM +1.6%,
    Other news: CGEN +3.7% (drug candidate demonstrates high effectiveness in Type I Diabetes Animal Model), DRYS +3.2% (still checking), JCP +3% (J. C. Penney announces Saks (SKS) Chairman/CEO Stephen Sadove to join Board of Directors), KYTH +2.8% (Kythera Biopharma prices 2,622,950 shares of common stock at $45.75 per share), VVUS +2.7% (announced Qsymia shown to reduce progression to Type 2 diabetes in high-risk overweight or obese patients), GAIN +2.2% ( increases monthly distribution 20% to $0.06 from $0.05 per share ), ORCL +1.9% (still checking), TSL +1.8% (up with STP), S +1.1% (announces consent solicitations by its subsidiaries, Clearwire Communications and Clearwire Finance, with respect to their 14.75% senior secured notes due 2016 and 8.25% exchangeable notes due 2040), AAPL +1% (Apple will have an iPad event on Oct 22, according to reports), TOT +0.9% (still checking), CCI +0.8% ( AT&T (T) is close to tower sale to CCI for $5 bln, according to reports ), AMD +0.8% (NVIDIA offers price cuts to compete with AMD, according to reports ), NSRGY +0.3% (Nestle is considering plans to sell Jenny Craig, according to reports).
    Analyst comments: KORS +2.1% (upgraded to Overweight from Neutral at Piper Jaffray), XONE +0.6% ( initiated with a Buy at Janney; tgt $70)
    Gapping down:
    In reaction to disappointing earnings/guidance: LRN -24.1%, (also downgraded to Neutral at Robert W. Baird, downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at BMO Capital Mkts), YUM -7% (reports China same store sales for September; revises Q4 same store sales expectations), KNX -5.8%, CAS -5.5%, FAST -5%, FDO -3.1%, COST -1.3%.
    M&A news: HRB -5.7% (Republic Bancorp disclosed it is withdrawing application to merge with H&R Block).
    Other news: ARIA -60.1% (Ariad Pharm announces changes in the clinical development program of iclusig; patient enrollment in all clinical studies of iclusig is being paused), CYTR -16.1% (announces proposed public offering of common stock, size not disclosed), LXRX -15.1% (completes pilot study of telotristat etiprate in Ulcerative Colitis; In this pilot study of mild to moderate ulcerative colitis, telotristat etiprate achieved the primary objective of demonstrating safety and tolerability), LPTN -9.8% (provides update on plans for iSONEP option: Pfizer (PFE) seeking to divest option for a worldwide license to develop and commercialize Isonep), CGIX -4% (files form S-1 for IPO; registration amount of $46 mln ), DYAX -3.8% (announces proposed public offering of common stock; size not disclosed), TKMR -2.8% (announced the key programs and goals into 2014 for its RNAi therapeutic product pipeline; financial guidance remains the same), ICPT -2.6% (prices 1.5 mln shares of common stock by selling shareholders at $62.50 per share), ARMH -2.4% (still checking), VISN -2.4% (modestly pulling back), SWFT -1.3% (still checking), ASML -1.1% (still checking), DEO -1% (still checking), WERN -0.6% (following KNX guidance), YGE -0.5% (Yingli Green Energy responds to Energy Conversion Devices' antitrust litigation).
    Analyst comments: PSUN -2.3% (downgraded to Neutral from Overweight at Piper Jaffray), CJES -2% (Cdowngraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Cowen ), RL -0.7% (downgraded to Neutral from Overweight at Piper Jaffray), HES -0.3% (downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Citigroup)
    Trading Ideas NYSE & NASDAQ:
    ADTN long above pre-market high
    MW long above pre-market high with target48.00
    FAST short below 47.50.
    FDO short below premarket low
    YUM long above 68.00

    Original: NYSE Analytics 9 October - Shark Traders

  4. #4

    Default NYSE Analytics 10 October

    Spyder ETF grows before NYSE opening bell.
     European Indexes are in positive side
    SPY (intraday chart) uptrend at extended hours. Resistance: 167.00 , Support: 166.00
    Pre-market NYSE/NASDAQ:
    Gapping up:
    In reaction to strong earnings/guidance/SSS: DRWI +11.1% (light volume), IGTE +8.4%, SYNA +0.8% (to pay ~$92.5 mln in cash and stock to acquire Validity Sensors; co sees Q1 revs of $220 mln vs $206.31 Capital IQ Consensus Estimate).
    M&A news: PVR +17.5% (Regency Energy Partners to Acquire PVR Partners for $5.6 Billion), JOSB +0.9% (Men's Wearhouse adopts limited duration Shareholder Rights Plan; Jos. A. Bank responds to Mens Wearhouse (MW); will cont to pursue $48 per share proposal).
    Select financial related names showing strength: ING +3.7%, PUK +3%, DB +2.4%, HBC +1.4%.
    With sharp gain in futures, momentum stocks leading gains after showing relative strength amid recent selloff: TSLA +3.4% DDD +2.3% NFLX +2.6% ( initiated with a Buy at Needham), GRPN +2.3%, FB +2.2%, YELP +2%
    Solar names moving higher: CSIQ +6.9%, JKS +6.3%, RSOL +4%, SOL +3.4%, STP +3%, YGE +3%, SPWR +2.8%, FSLR +1.2%
    China internet names seeing upside move: YY +3.6%, DANG +3.1%, BIDU +1.2%
    Other news: ACUR +29% (Acura Pharma announces settlement of Oxecta patent litigation with Par Pharmaceutical and Impax Laboratories), CHTP +9% ( announces FDA Advisory Committee to review NORTHERA), ACAD +6.7% (rebounding), ALU +5.4% (still checking), CLDX +4.6% (still checking), TTM +4.2% (still checking), DVAX +3.5% (initiates first human trial in asthma program), TEVA +3.2% (Teva Pharma announced steps to accelerate the reduction of costs and to optimize its structure and processes; $2.0 bln in annual cost savings by the end of 2017 including $1.0 bln by the end of 2014; reaffirms FY13 guidance), GILD +3.1% (Gilead to Stop Phase 3 Study 116 of Idelalisib in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Early Because of Positive Risk-Benefit), DRYS +2.7% (still checking), MU +2.5% (still checking), TASR +1.8% (enters into a definitive agreement to acquire Familiar; team will be joining EVIDENCE.com), SIRI +1.8% (Sirius XM Radio announces its Board of Directors has approved an additional $2 bln common stock repurchase program), IMMU +1.8% (announces termination of agreement and return of worldwide rights to veltuzumab for all non-cancer indications), ARUN +1.6% (announces additional $100 mln share repurchase authorization), LMT +1.6% (Lockheed Martin and US Air Force are close to $2.2 bln satellites deal, according to reports), NUAN +1.4% (announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire Varolii), YHOO +1.2% (still checking), STX +0.7% (following reports SSNLF selling stake back to the company).
    Analyst comments: ODP +5.3% (upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Janney ), SSYS +3.3% (upgraded to Overweight from Neutral at JP Morgan), TI +2.2% (upgraded to Sector Perform from Underperform at RBC Capital ), FCH +2% (upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Goldman), HPQ +1.8% (upgraded to Neutral from Underperform at Mizuho), DFS +1.4% (upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Citigroup), BA +0.5% (Boeing initiated with a Buy at Canaccord Genuity), CHKP +0.4% (Check Point upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at Cowen)
    Gapping down:
    In reaction to disappointing earnings/guidance: RT -13.9%, CTXS -12.7%, CKSW -9.7%, VOXX -6.9%, PRXI -6.6%, HUBG -4.4% (downgraded to Neutral from Outperform at Macquarie), BKE -3.2%, LNN -1.3%, HELE -1.2%, CVX -0.3%.
    M&A news: MW -0.5% (Men's Wearhouse adopts limited duration Shareholder Rights Plan; Jos. A. Bank responds to Mens Wearhouse (MW); will cont to pursue $48 per share proposal).
    CTXS peers are under pressure: NTAP -2.2%, VMW -1.8%, FFIV -1%, CRM -0.8%, EMC -0.6%, RHT -0.5%, JNPR -0.5%
    Other news: CGR -7.3% (will voluntarily delist its common shares from the NYSE MKT), VISN -4.9% (continuing modest pullback), PCYC -2.9% (continued weakness), IRM -2.7% (Announces CFO Departure), BPL -2.3% (commences public offering of 6.5 mln limited partnership units representing limited partner interests; to Acquire Liquid Petroleum Products Terminals Network From Hess for $850 Million), CTRP -1.6% (announces proposed offering of $500 mln convertible senior notes), BBRY -1% (BlackBerry open to breakup of company, according to reports ), GTN -0.9% (following late spike; Bloomberg Real M&A reporting that SBGI could be looking to acquire GTN), HES -0.4% (Hess announces sale of terminal network for approx $850 mln in cash).
    Analyst comments: LF -8.2% (downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Ascendiant), SNE -0.8% (downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Citigroup), RHP -0.7% (downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Goldman), GSK -0.4% ( downgraded to Underperform from Neutral at Credit Suisse).
    Trading Ideas NYSE & NASDAQ:
    ARUN long above 19.00
    HPQ long above pre-market high
    IGTE short below 29.00
    TEVA long above pre-market high
    INFY long above pre-market high
    CTXS long above 60.00
    Original: NYSE Analytics 10 October - Shark Traders

  5. #5

    Default NYSE Analytics 11 October

    Spyder ETF grows before NYSE opening bell.
     European Indexes are in positive side
    SPY (intraday chart) uptrend at extended hours. Resistance: 169.40 , Support: 168.00
    Pre-market NYSE/NASDAQ:
    Gapping up:
    In reaction to strong earnings/guidance: SCTY +7.4% (continues to expect to achieve 278 MW deployed for its current fiscal year 2013), ANGO +6.4%, SWY +5.8%, (upgraded to Overweight from Neutral at JPMorgan ), INFY +5.4%, JPM +1%, CHMT +0.6% (announces agreement to sell consumer products segment to KIK Custom Products for $315 mln; commences exploration of sale of agrochemicals business; sees Q3 earnings below consensus).
    M&A related: TWGP +6.4% (WSJ discusses Tower Group's bankers are exploring sale of the company; upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Guggenheim).
    Select financial related names showing strength: IRE +3.3%, HBC +1.6%, CS +1.5%, C +1.4%, BNS +1.4%, KEY +1.3%, BAC +1.2%, DB +0.7%, GS +0.6%
    A few solar names are trading higher: RSOL +5.1%, CSIQ +3.8%, HSOL +3.2%, YGE +2.4%, JASO +1.5%, JKS +1.3%,
    India related names seeing premarket upside: TTM +3.5%, IBN +2.7%, HDB +2.4%,
    Other news: OSIR +24.9% (announces agreement for culture-expanded MSCs including Prochymal worth up to $100 mln plus royalties), SSW +22% (disclosed that it will no longer proceed with its previously announced public offerings of common shares and convertible notes as it would not be in the best interests of our shareholder), OCLR +7% (II-VI announces agreement to purchase Oclaro's Fiber Amplifier and Micro-Optics business in a transaction valued at $88.6 mln; announces resignation of Jerry Turin, CFO), IMGN +5.7% (still checking), SRPT +4.9% (still checking), SRPT +4.9% (Sarepta Therapeutics to host webcast and conference call for the Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Community on October 17 at 12pm ET), VVUS +2.8% (Auxilium Pharma announces license agreement for the marketing rights to STENDRA in the US and Canada), SAP +2.2% (still checking), SAIA +1.4% ( SAIA to replace GPOR int he S&P SmallCap 600), FXCM +1.4% (FXCM to replace KDN in the S&P SmallCap 600), BBRY +1.2% (ongoing M&A speculation), CTSH +1.1% (following INFY results), OUTR +0.8% (following Jana Partners' Barry Rosenstein comments on CNBC), GILD +0.4% (Gilead Sciences lifting on positive Barron's mention), GPN +0.4% ( disclosed accelerated share repurchase program with Goldman).
    Analyst comments: PHG +2.8% (upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Goldman), CTXS +2.1% (upgraded to Neutral from Underweight at JPMorgan), JNJ +1.3% (upgraded to Neutral from Sell at Goldman), DEO +0.6% (upgraded at Exane BNP Paribas)
    Gapping down:
    In reaction to disappointing earnings/guidance/SSS: EOPN -27%, SGI -14.4%, GPS -5%, ZAGG -3.2%, MU -2.7% (also downgraded to Underperform from Market Perform at Wells Fargo), WFC -1.5%, POT -0.8%, LRN -0.4%, (light volume).
    Select ag/potash stocks trading lower following POT guidance: IPI -1.4%, MOS -1.4%, AGU -0.8%, .
    A few MU peers are trading modestly lower: NVDA -2.5% (downgraded to Underperform from Neutral at Macquarie), SNDK -0.8% (following MU results), INTC -0.7% (Intel downgraded to Neutral from Outperform at Macquarie)
    Other news: ECYT -27.4% (Endocyte announces DSMB recommendation for amendment to informed consent given that vintafolide monotherapy arm is unlikely to be declared superior to docetaxel), ASTM -16.7% (announces one-for-twenty reverse stock split), DOW -5.9% (Dow Chemical signs definitive agreement under which Dows global Polypropylene Licensing & Catalysts business will be divested to W. R. Grace for a sale price of $500 mln), DEG -5.3% (still checking), NPSP -4.5% (following cautious comments on MadMoney), NMFC -3% (commences primary offering of 3,000,000 shares of common stock and secondary offering of 3,000,000 shares of common stock on behalf of selling stockholder), ONNN -2.9% (amends and increases existing revolving credit facility to $800 mln ), ISIS -2.7% (following cautious comments on MadMoney), LXP -2.3% (announces public offering of 10 mln common shares), ACAD -1.7% (following cautious comments on MadMoney), STI -1% (SunTrust Banks announces settlement of legacy mortgage matters that will impact Q3 results by $0.33 ), TSL -0.9% (statement on antitrust litigation from Energy Conversion devices; believes lawsuit is without merit ), BPL -0.3% (Buckeye Partners prices upsized offering of 7.5 mln LP units at $62.61 per unit; the offering was upsized by 1 mln units), GORO -0.2% ( announces resignation of CFO Brad Blacketor and promotion of Joe Rodriguez to CFO).
    Analyst comments: LLY -4.4% (downgraded to Underperform from Hold at Jefferies), SYNA -2% (ticking lower, downgraded to Neutral from Overweight at JPMorgan), MYGN -1.9% ( initiated with a Reduce at Sun Trust Rbsn Humphrey), LTD -1.1% (light volume, downgraded to Neutral from Outperform at Credit Suisse), GLW -1.1% (downgraded to Neutral from Overweight at Piper Jaffray), DPS -1% (downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Wells Fargo), CHK -1% (downgraded to Hold at Stifel),
    Trading Ideas NYSE & NASDAQ:
    SWY long above 34.00
    INFY long above 53.00
    SCTY long above 42.00
    EOPN long above 18.00
    GPS long above 38.00
    Original: NYSE Analytics 11 October - Shark Traders

  6. #6

    Default NYSE Analytics 14 October

    Spyder ETF declines before NYSE opening bell.
     European Indexes are in negative side
    SPY (intraday chart) downtrend at extended hours. Resistance: 170.00 , Support: 168.00
    Pre-market NYSE/NASDAQ:
    Gapping up:
    Metals/mining stocks trading higher: NOR +6.1%, HMY +2.9%, MT +2.6%, AU +2%, SLW +1.7%, PAAS +1.6%, HL +1.6%, SLV +1.6%, AEM +1.3%, GLD +1.1%, ABX +1%.
    Other news: PLX +5.4% ( announces positive Phase I clinical trial results for Oral GCD in Gaucher disease patients), FU +2.8% (move attributed to positive mention by Jim Rogers in Barron's interview; HOLI also mentioned positively), NFLX +1.9% (Netflix in discussions with Comcast (CMCSA) and other cable cos to make service available through set top boxes, according to reports), KLIC +1.1% (Kulicke & Soffa ticking higher following positive Barron's mention), MNKD +1% ( resubmits new drug application to U.S. FDA for AFREZZA for the treatment of adults with diabetes), TEF +0.3% (Telefonica S.A. modestly higher on reports that the co is selling its Czech phone stake), TD +0.2% (Toronto-Dominion Bank considering bid for RBS's US retail banking business for GBP 8 bln, according to reports ).
    Analyst comments: MT +1.9% (upgraded to Outperform from Neutral at Macquarie), AMD +1.6% (upgraded to Outperform from Neutral at Wedbush), THOR +1.3% (upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Goldman), CTCM +0.9% (upgraded to Buy from Hold at Deutsche Bank)
    Gapping down:
    In reaction to disappointing earnings/guidance: SPN -4.3% (ticking lower).
    Select solar stocks trading lower: SOL -4.3%, STP -4.1% (provides updates on GSF assets in Brindisi, Italy), SPWR -3.4%, YGE -2.7%, TSL -2.6%, CY -2.5%, GLNG -2.3%, FSLR -0.9%, .
    Select China internet related names showing early weakness: RENN -3.7%, QIHU -2.2%, BIDU -1.9%, YOKU -1.9%, SINA -1.2%, .
    Other news: TSLA -2.1% (still checking), TTM -1.6% (reports out indicate Sept sales decline), TEVA -1.6% ( trading lower on reports of Union strike), PBPB -1.5% (Potbelly modestly lower on cautious Barron's mention), SAP -1.2% (still checking), FB -0.9% (plans to acquire mobile analytics startup Onavo, according to reports), AIG -0.9% (still checking), AAPL -0.6% (Apple and Samsung may be developing 12 inch size tablets, according to reports).
    Analyst comments: ERIC -3.2% (downgraded to Underweight from Equal Weight at Barclays ), EXPE -2.8% (downgraded to Hold from Buy at Deutsche Bank), RBS -2% (Royal Bank of Scotland downgraded to Underperform from Neutral at BofA/Merrill ), DEO -1.2% (downgraded to Sell from Hold at Investec), COH -0.7% (downgraded to Hold at Canaccord Genuity), DEG -0.6% (downgraded to Underperform from Hold at Jefferies )
    Trading Ideas NYSE & NASDAQ:
    SPN short below 24.00
    EXPE short below 50.00

    Оригинал статьи: NYSE Analytics 14 October - Shark Traders

  7. #7

    Default NYSE Analytics 15 October

    Spyder ETF a little declines before NYSE opening bell.
     European Indexes are in positive side
    SPY (intraday chart) downtrend at extended hours. Resistance: 171.10 , Support: 170.00
    Pre-market NYSE/NASDAQ:
    Gapping up:
    In reaction to strong earnings/guidance: GTN +2.9% (light volume), JNJ +1.6%, PKG +1.3%, OMC +1.3%, KO +1%.
    M&A news: TUC +5.8% (CSC ServiceWorks to Acquire Mac-Gray for $524 Million or $21.25/share).
    Select mining stocks trading higher: RIO +2.4% (provides Q3 production results; global iron ore shipments +4% YoY), MT +2.2%, BHP +0.4%, BBL +0.4%.
    A few solar names are trading higher on light volume: YGE +2.8%, JKS +2.5%, CSIQ +2.1%
    Other news: NVGN +17.2% (may be attributed to positive blog mention), XNPT +16.7% (Clinton Group Calls on Xenoport to hire a new CEO and focus on promising drug in its Pipeline), LTBR +8.9% (B&W and Lightbridge to collaborate on metallic nuclear fuel pilot fabrication facility), CIM +4.4% (following Cooperman comments on CNBC), SD +3.4% (following Cooperman comments on CNBC), FU +2.9% (continued strength),MU +2.3% (still checking), GERN +2.3% (has been informed by Dr. Tefferi that his abstract on preliminary data from the ongoing Myelofibrosis IST has been selected by the ASH Program Committee for presentatio), S +1.7% (following Cooperman comments on CNBC), YHOO +1.5% (still checking), NOK +1.2% (still checking), TZOO +0.8% ( enters into multi-state unclaimed property settlement; co expects to record an estimated $22.0 mln charge, which will be included in its financial earnings release for the three months ended Sept 30, 2013), NFLX +0.7% (AllThingsD discusses that Vodafone is offering free Netflix subscriptions with purchase of Nokia phones; also Pac Crest comments- Q3 should be solid, but aggressive assumptions needed to justify upside in NFLX ), AMZN +0.4% (WSJ details news that Amazon (AMZN) plans to setup warehouses inside Procter & Gamble facilities and other cos), T +0.3% (U.S. Army Awards AT&T Government Solutions Place on $4.1 Billion).

    Analyst comments: TSLA +2.5% (upgraded to Outperform from Neutral at Wedbush ), MYCC +2% (initiated by several analysts), FEYE +1.1% (initiated by several analysts), FUEL +1% (initiated by several analysts), MSFT +1% (upgraded to Buy from Hold at Jefferies), FB +0.8% (tgt raised to $60 from $45 at Evercore), QCOM +0.4% ( initiated with a Buy at Stifel)
    Gapping down:
    In reaction to disappointing earnings/guidance: CWTR -32.5% (to explore strategic alternatives including sale of the company; confirmed negative comparable retail sales trend identified in the Q2 has accelerated; sees Q3 EPS below prior guidance range (equates to below consensus), TDC -15.7%, STLY -7%, (light volume), JRJC -5.5%, (thinly traded), FLIR -3.8%, DPZ -2.5%, C -1.4%.
    Select metals/mining stocks trading lower: SLV -2.8%, SLW -1.8%, ABX -1.7%, GG -1.6%, GOLD -1.5%, AUY -1.4%, GLD -1.2%, GFI -1.1%.
    A few India related names showing early weakness: HDB -2.8%, IBN -2.0%, TTM -1.8%.
    Other news: SVNT -83.1% (commences voluntary Chapter 11 precedings; seeks to conduct auction and sale under Section 262), MCP -16.9% (disclosed would need additional capital to complete the modernization and expansion efforts; co is anticipating significantly lower than expected revenue and cash flow have therefore determined that it would be prudent to raise additional financing; intends to offer and sell, subject to market and other conditions, up to $200,000,000 of its common stock), CZR -16.5% ( disclosed it entered into a first lien credit agreement governing its new $2.769 bln senior secured credit facilities), BGC -10.8% (still checking), ALTI -6.1% (may be attributed to cautious blog mention), RSO -5% (plans to offer, subject to market and other conditions, $100.0 million aggregate principal amount of convertible senior notes due 2018 in an underwritten public offering), ALU -2.6% (still checking), SI -1.9% (plans to sell water technologies unit to PE firm for $800 mln, according to reports ), TEVA -0.9% (still checking).
    Analyst comments: VECO -3% (ticking lower, downgraded to Perform from Outperform at Oppenheimer), NSM -1.2% (downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Wells Fargo), AAP -0.4% (initiated with an Underperform at Wedbush), RIG 0% (downgraded to Hold from Buy at Argus)
    Trading Ideas NYSE & NASDAQ:
    JNJ long adove 91.00
    PKG long adove pre-market high
    OMC long adove 65.00
    DPZ long adove 68.00
    MCP long adove 6.00

    Original: NYSE Analytics 15 October - Shark Traders

  8. #8

    Default NYSE Analytics 17 October

    Spyder ETF a little declines before NYSE opening bell.
     European Indexes are in negative side
    SPY (intraday chart) downtrend at extended hours. Resistance: 172.10 , Support: 171.00
    Pre-market NYSE/NASDAQ:
    Gapping up:
    In reaction to strong earnings/guidance: SVU +6.4%, BTU +4.5%, WGO +3.7%, VZ +3.5%, SYT +3.2%, STLD +2.8% (light volume), NE +2.4%, SNDK +1.8%, LHO +1.7% (light volume), DEO +1.7% (light volume), PPG +1.7%, CYS +1.6%, NTCT +1.4% (light volume), AXP +0.3%, EXPO +0.1%.
    Metals/mining stocks trading higher: HL +4.5%, MUX +4.3%, AUY +4.3%, EGO +4.2%, SLW +3.4%, GG +2.8%, ABX +2.7%, AU +2.4%, NEM +2.4%, SLV +2.4%, GDX +2.2%, GOLD +2.1%, GLD +2.1%, GFI +1.1%, IAG +0.9%, .
    Select oil/gas related names showing strength: STO +1.2%, TOT +0.8%, BP +0.5%.
    Other news: IRE +3.5% (still checking), UN +2.3% (still checking, NSRGY/DEO reported), DVAX +2.2% (reports on HEPLISAV regulatory path: 'finalized a study design' ), ACI +1.8%/ WLT +2.5% (on BTU results), NOK +1.3% (still checking on anything specific), AZN +1.2% and SNY +1.1% (RHHBY reported).
    Analyst comments: SCTY +3.7% (initiated with an Overweight at JPMorgan), AAP +2% (light volume, upgraded to Outperform from Neutral at Wedbush), CLF +1.4% ( upgraded to Market Perform at Cowen), BBY +1% (upgraded to Outperform from Perform at Oppenheimer), DDD +0.9% ( tgt to $61 from $52 at Piper Jaffray)
    Gapping down:
    In reaction to disappointing earnings/guidance: SCSS -26.4% (also downgraded at Keybanc and Piper), IBM -6.3% (IBM downgraded to Neutral from Buy at UBS), USG -5.6%, RDA -5.3%, XLNX -4.6%, EBAY -4.2%, UNH -2.9%, GS -2.5%, BX -1.9%, DGX -1.7%, FLR -0.9%, EWBC -0.9%.
    Select financial related names showing weakness following GS results: BCS -1.8%, MS -1.2%, C -0.7%, BAC -0.4%.
    Select tech names lower following IBM results: HPQ -1.2% SI -1% , ORCL -0.7% (acquires Compendium; financial terms not disclosed ), MSFT -0.1%
    A few names are lower with XLNX/CY: AMD -2.2%, TXN -0.7%, ARMH -1.8%.
    Other news:AMRN -61.3% (Amarin confirms FDA Advisory Commitee voted 9 to 2 against approval of Vascepa for AHCNOR indication), TPX -4% (following SCSS results), MFRM -3.9% (following SCSS results), AMZN -1.3% (on EBAY results), COST -0.7% (disclosed in 10-K it received from DEA subpoenas and administrative inspection warrants concerning the Company's fulfillment of prescriptions ), EXP -0.7% (following USG results),LPX -0.6% (following USG results), CTXS -0.4% ( CEO Mark Templeton to Take Temporary Leave of Absence; David Henshall to Serve as Acting CEO),. .
    Analyst comments: ASML -1.7% (downgraded to Neutral from Overweight at HSBC, downgraded to Equal-Weight from Overweight at Morgan Stanley), SWK -1% (downgraded to Equal Weight at Morgan Stanley; downgraded to Underweight from Equal Weight at Barclays), BAC -0.8% (downgraded to Outperform from Strong Buy at Raymond James), CSX -0.6% (downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at BMO Capital Mkts)
    Earnings stocks:
    Today before market open: ADS AMRB APH BAX BBT BGG BTU BX CBF CY DGX DHR DOV FCFS FCS FITB GS HBAN HLSS HOMB IIIN MTB NTCT NUE ORB OSTK PENN PM POOL PPG PVTB SASR SFNC SNA SON SVU SYNT TZOO UNH UNP UTEK VZ WGO
    Yesterday after market close: AF ALB AXP CCK CLB CNS CYS EBAY EPB EWBC EXPO HCCI HNI IBM KMI KMP KMR LHO NE PCBK PTP RLI SCSS SLM SNDK STLD UFPI UMPQ URI XLNX
    Trading Ideas NYSE & NASDAQ:
    VZ short below 48.00
    EBAY short below 50.00
    DGX- long above 59.00
    UNH short below premarket low
    IBM short below premarket low
    SCSS long above 18.50
    AMRN long above premarket high
    Original: NYSE Analytics 17 October - Shark Traders

  9. #9

    Default NYSE Analytics 18 October

    Spyder ETF grows before NYSE opening bell.
     European Indexes are in positive side
    SPY (intraday chart) uptrend at extended hours. Resistance: 174.00 , Support: 173.00
    Pre-market NYSE/NASDAQ:
    Gapping up:
    In reaction to strong earnings/guidance: ZHNE +25.4%, ALGN +16.5%, (also upgraded to Buy from Hold at Cantor Fitzgerald), CPSS +9.8% (light volume), GOOG +9.2%, CMG +7.7%, CPHD +6.8%, ATHN +4.3%, HCA +4.1%, BHI +3.8%, MS +3.2%, PH +3%, (light volume), SLB +2.8%, GE +2.5%, COF +0.5%.
    M&A news: WTSL +5.6% (Wet Seal considering sale of the company, according to The Deal story out yesterday), CHK +2.1% (reports that BP and Royal Dutch Shell may be interested in the company ), BBRY +1.2% (late spike on WSJ story suggesting renewed Lenovo interest).
    A few financial related names showing strength: PUK +3.2%, IBN +1.3%, BAC +0.7%, DB +0.6%.
    Select mining stocks trading higher: RIO +1.5%, BBL +1.2%, BHP +0.8%, GOLD +0.6%.
    Many tech/internet names are higher following GOOG results: QIHU +1.5%, YNDX +1.2%, SOHU +1.1%, BIDU +1%, SINA +0.5%, ASML +-1.6%,
    Solar names trading higher: RSOL +3.6%, LDK +3.1%, CSIQ +2.7%, JKS +2.1% (Signs Strategic Agreement for 120MW with the local authority in Electromechanical Industrial Park, Zhenjiang New Area in Jiangsu Province), SPWR +1% (E20/327 Solar Panels Achieve Lowest Potential Induced Degradation),
    Other news: ANAC +18.8% (Anacor Pharma announces favorable ruling in its arbitration with Valeant Pharmaceuticals), GAIA +7.1% (Cinedigm to acquire Gaiam's entertainment unit for $51.5 mln), CPE +2.6% (enteres into an agreement with W&T Offshore (WTI) to sell its interests in the Medusa field and Medusa Spar and substantially all of its Gulf of Mexico shelf assets, for total cash consideration of $100 mln), FB +2.3% (still checking), CVM +2.3% (receives notification from NYSE Regulation dated Oct 17, 2013 that the co is now considered to have regained compliance with the listing requirements of the NYSE MKT Company Guide, HIMX +2% (still checking), CF +1.5% ( increases quarterly dividend by 150% to $1.00 per share), THC +1.2% (following HCA results), DEO +0.9% (continued strength following earnings), TSLA +0.8% (still checking), OXY +0.4% (announces initial phase of strategic review; Board of Directors authorized pursuing sale of a minority interest in the Middle East/North Africa operations).
    Analyst comments: AMZN +2.7% (Amazon.com upgraded to Buy from Neutral at UBS), BTU +2.3% (Peabody Energy upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at BMO Capital), VMW +2.2% (VMware upgraded to Overweight from Neutral at JPMorgan), UNP +1.2% (Union Pacific upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Goldman), VZ +1% (Verizon upgraded to Buy from Hold at Deutsche Bank), TMUS +0.9% (added to Conviction Buy List at Goldman), INTU +0.5% (Intuit upgraded to Buy from Neutral at BofA/Merrill),
    Gapping down:
    In reaction to disappointing earnings/guidance: ACTG -17.4%, AMD -9.5%, TXT -6.3%, ISRG -6%, BGS -3.1%, RMBS -2.1%, (light volume), STI -1.9%, HON -0.9%.
    Other news: PSDV -47.4% and ALIM -38.7% (receive Complete Response Letter For ILUVIEN), ARIA -29.8% (announces discontinuation of the Phase 3 Epic Trial of Iclusig in Patients with Newly Diagnosed Chronic Myeloid Leukemia), VLCCF -10.6% (announced a public offering of common shares), CIDM -8.5% (intends to offer and sell in an underwritten public offering 7,904,340 registered shares of Class A common stock, to acquire Gaiam's entertainment unit for $51.5 mln), EVEP -5.1% (announces public offering of 5 mln of its common units representing limited partner interests), TAM -5.1% (still checking), CMLP -2.7% (commenced an underwritten public offering of 14,000,000 common units representing limited partner interests), SAP -1.8% and ASML -1.6% (still checking), OMER -0.5% (files for $100 mln mixed securities shelf offering to replace expiring universal shelf registration statement), .
    Analyst comments: SWIR -3.5% ( downgraded to Mkt Perform from Outperform at Raymond James), AMRN -2% (downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Citigroup), MPWR -1.7% (downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Wells Fargo), IRF -1.6% (downgraded to Market Perform at Wells Fargo), PNRA -1.3% (downgraded to Neutral from Outperform at Wedbush ), BAX -0.5% (downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Raymond James, downgraded to Equal-Weight from Overweight at Morgan Stanley)
    Earnings stocks:
    Today before market open: ACU BASI BHI FHN FNFG GE GPC HON IPG IR KSU LH MOSY PH RBCAA SLB STI TMP TXT
    Yesterday after market close: ACTG ALGN AMD ASBC ATHN BANF BBNK BGS BPFH CMG COBZ COF CPHD CVTI CYT EFII EGP FFIN FNB GHL GOOG HUBG INDB KALU LVS MBFI MYCC NKSH OCFC PBCT RMBS SXT SYK TAYC UBNK VMI WAL WDFC WERN WHG ZHNE
    Trading Ideas NYSE & NASDAQ:
    BHI short below 54.00
    SLB short below 93.00
    TXT short below 25.50
    HCA long above 50.00
    ACTG short below 16.00

    Original: NYSE Analytics 18 October - Shark Traders

  10. #10

    Default NYSE Analytics 21 October

    Spyder ETF grows before NYSE opening bell.
     European Indexes are in positive side
    SPY (intraday chart) uptrend at extended hours. Resistance: 174.00 , Support: 173.00
    Pre-market NYSE/NASDAQ:
    Gapping up:
    In reaction to strong earnings/guidance: ZHNE +25.4%, ALGN +16.5%, (also upgraded to Buy from Hold at Cantor Fitzgerald), CPSS +9.8% (light volume), GOOG +9.2%, CMG +7.7%, CPHD +6.8%, ATHN +4.3%, HCA +4.1%, BHI +3.8%, MS +3.2%, PH +3%, (light volume), SLB +2.8%, GE +2.5%, COF +0.5%.
    M&A news: WTSL +5.6% (Wet Seal considering sale of the company, according to The Deal story out yesterday), CHK +2.1% (reports that BP and Royal Dutch Shell may be interested in the company ), BBRY +1.2% (late spike on WSJ story suggesting renewed Lenovo interest).
    A few financial related names showing strength: PUK +3.2%, IBN +1.3%, BAC +0.7%, DB +0.6%.
    Select mining stocks trading higher: RIO +1.5%, BBL +1.2%, BHP +0.8%, GOLD +0.6%.
    Many tech/internet names are higher following GOOG results: QIHU +1.5%, YNDX +1.2%, SOHU +1.1%, BIDU +1%, SINA +0.5%, ASML +-1.6%,
    Solar names trading higher: RSOL +3.6%, LDK +3.1%, CSIQ +2.7%, JKS +2.1% (Signs Strategic Agreement for 120MW with the local authority in Electromechanical Industrial Park, Zhenjiang New Area in Jiangsu Province), SPWR +1% (E20/327 Solar Panels Achieve Lowest Potential Induced Degradation),
    Other news: ANAC +18.8% (Anacor Pharma announces favorable ruling in its arbitration with Valeant Pharmaceuticals), GAIA +7.1% (Cinedigm to acquire Gaiam's entertainment unit for $51.5 mln), CPE +2.6% (enteres into an agreement with W&T Offshore (WTI) to sell its interests in the Medusa field and Medusa Spar and substantially all of its Gulf of Mexico shelf assets, for total cash consideration of $100 mln), FB +2.3% (still checking), CVM +2.3% (receives notification from NYSE Regulation dated Oct 17, 2013 that the co is now considered to have regained compliance with the listing requirements of the NYSE MKT Company Guide, HIMX +2% (still checking), CF +1.5% ( increases quarterly dividend by 150% to $1.00 per share), THC +1.2% (following HCA results), DEO +0.9% (continued strength following earnings), TSLA +0.8% (still checking), OXY +0.4% (announces initial phase of strategic review; Board of Directors authorized pursuing sale of a minority interest in the Middle East/North Africa operations).
    Analyst comments: AMZN +2.7% (Amazon.com upgraded to Buy from Neutral at UBS), BTU +2.3% (Peabody Energy upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at BMO Capital), VMW +2.2% (VMware upgraded to Overweight from Neutral at JPMorgan), UNP +1.2% (Union Pacific upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Goldman), VZ +1% (Verizon upgraded to Buy from Hold at Deutsche Bank), TMUS +0.9% (added to Conviction Buy List at Goldman), INTU +0.5% (Intuit upgraded to Buy from Neutral at BofA/Merrill),
    Gapping down:
    In reaction to disappointing earnings/guidance: ACTG -17.4%, AMD -9.5%, TXT -6.3%, ISRG -6%, BGS -3.1%, RMBS -2.1%, (light volume), STI -1.9%, HON -0.9%.
    Other news: PSDV -47.4% and ALIM -38.7% (receive Complete Response Letter For ILUVIEN), ARIA -29.8% (announces discontinuation of the Phase 3 Epic Trial of Iclusig in Patients with Newly Diagnosed Chronic Myeloid Leukemia), VLCCF -10.6% (announced a public offering of common shares), CIDM -8.5% (intends to offer and sell in an underwritten public offering 7,904,340 registered shares of Class A common stock, to acquire Gaiam's entertainment unit for $51.5 mln), EVEP -5.1% (announces public offering of 5 mln of its common units representing limited partner interests), TAM -5.1% (still checking), CMLP -2.7% (commenced an underwritten public offering of 14,000,000 common units representing limited partner interests), SAP -1.8% and ASML -1.6% (still checking), OMER -0.5% (files for $100 mln mixed securities shelf offering to replace expiring universal shelf registration statement), .
    Analyst comments: SWIR -3.5% ( downgraded to Mkt Perform from Outperform at Raymond James), AMRN -2% (downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Citigroup), MPWR -1.7% (downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Wells Fargo), IRF -1.6% (downgraded to Market Perform at Wells Fargo), PNRA -1.3% (downgraded to Neutral from Outperform at Wedbush ), BAX -0.5% (downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Raymond James, downgraded to Equal-Weight from Overweight at Morgan Stanley)
    Earnings stocks:
    Today before market open: ACU BASI BHI FHN FNFG GE GPC HON IPG IR KSU LH MOSY PH RBCAA SLB STI TMP TXT
    Yesterday after market close: ACTG ALGN AMD ASBC ATHN BANF BBNK BGS BPFH CMG COBZ COF CPHD CVTI CYT EFII EGP FFIN FNB GHL GOOG HUBG INDB KALU LVS MBFI MYCC NKSH OCFC PBCT RMBS SXT SYK TAYC UBNK VMI WAL WDFC WERN WHG ZHNE
    Trading Ideas NYSE & NASDAQ:
    BHI short below 54.00
    SLB short below 93.00
    TXT short below 25.50
    HCA long above 50.00
    ACTG short below 16.00
    Original: NYSE Analytics 21 October - Shark Traders

Similar Threads

  1. Forex Analytics By Forexmart
    By Andrea ForexMart in forum Technical analysis
    Replies: 6
    Last Post: 02-03-2016, 05:24
  2. Replies: 0
    Last Post: 02-23-2014, 21:03

Tags for this Thread

100, analysis, atm, average, change, closing, demo, design, free, gold, guide, home, hours, intraday, investment, japan, managed, nasdaq, news, nyse, offer, partnership, rating, real, research, resistance, review, sales, sells, stocks, stocks in play, stop, strategies, strategy, study, support, systems, trading, trend

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •