|Weekly Newsletter 06/25/10|
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|My eldest boy was
playing in a soccer competition today so little time to prepare a
market commentary. While the kids are out of school there always seems
to be a distraction.
I note that First Quarter GDP was revised downwards as consumer spending was less than previously thought providing further evidence that this a very weak recovery with the risk of a double-dip increasing.
The so called "reform" of the financial system leaves much to be desired. Here's an assessment from Barry Ritholz
Grading Financial Regulatory Reform
and a more acerbic view from Dylan Rattigan
|New Features this Week||Additional Value that we added this week|
We have added the ability to filter our cup-with-handle watchlist for stocks that are rated "MTC" (Meets Target Criteria). You can also limit your cup-with-handle alerts tp just stocks that are rated "MTC".
|This Week's Top Tip||Tips for getting the most out of our site|
Apply Filters to Your Watchlists and Watchlist Alerts
We have created a short video tutorial that explains how to apply filters to watchlists, use th backtest option andapply the filters to your alerts. The video is available here:
|Market Summary||Overview of market direction and industry rotation|
|Weekly Breakout Report||How confirmed breakouts performed this week|
2This represents the return if each stock were bought at its breakout price and sold at its intraday high.
3This represents the return if each stock were bought at its breakout price and sold at the most recent close.
|Top Breakout Choices||Stocks on our Cup-and-Handle list with best expected gain if they breakout|
|Top Second Chances||Stocks that broke out this week and are still in buyable range|
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