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Earning season has proved to be a profitable trading event. Shorting earning losers and buying earning winners have proved to be extremely profitable the past few weeks. $NFLX, $MSFT, $AAPL, $FB were all solid plays.
Facebook (FB) Remains on my watchlist. I am not sure when it will come (I suspect soon) but there should be a sell off in the near future. I am a buyer when the dust settles.
Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) Remains a short in my portfolio but depending on action next week, may just take what the market has to give. A market sell-off, coupled with reported poor earnings; I see more downward pressure. Looking for another 3 or so points.
Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) Still short; initially from 106 area; re-shorted around 96/97 and continue to hold. By far my biggest winner for the month of April. *side note*, my last blog spoke about letting your winners run and not selling them prematurely; doing this has netted me close to 18 points per share. Like I said in another blog, focus on points and size. Big wins, small losses.
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