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November 29, 2015
Charles Moskowitz Discussion
Week 48 produced only one closed out trade in GILD. We ended the holiday shortened week with a gain of $236 and YTD gains of $8,308. There are 4 open positions in GILD, MAR, HOG, and CCOI using a total of $1,686.
As is usually the case, trading both ahead of and on the half day after Thanksgiving are dramatically slow and with no real range. Wednesday really lived up to this with the Dow having only a $53 total range.
In my quest for new names to trade I went over in excess of 600 charts and what I found really surprised me. The number of big name, large cap stocks with extremely constructive charts, looking like they can put on another leg up is very encouraging. MMM and PG have both gone through month long consolidations with MMM resting on top of the 200 day MA and PG just under. This goes directly to the issue of where the next move up comes from.
These kind of names have not been included in the current narrowed list of what has been holding us near the highs. It would actually help the overall tone of the market if the public would lose focus on AAPL, NFLX, AMZN and GOOG and look to some of the “value” names that haven’t moved 40% YTD. MSFT, RE, and DOV also fall into this group as good consolidations, all looking for a direction to favor.
The political sideshow continues on…I can’t believe we have another 11 months to go. The ads for these guys (and girls) are so predictable as to make me question why they would even waste the time and money to produce such drivel.
World events have gone from bad to worse and there is plenty to worry about. I will remind you that while the market loves to climb the “wall of worry,” Humpty Dumpty does actually fall from time to time and geopolitical events can be a real game changer.
China’s weakness at the weeks end was shrugged off by our markets. They were down 5% and we just went on as if nothing happened. I took that as a good thing. We’ll see if we get a continuing move to the upside for our Santa Claus rally……CAM
New Trades Options account:
( 1 ) Buy 6 DOV December 65 Calls @ $ 1.20
( 2 ) Buy 8 MSFT December 54 Calls @ $ 0.74
All trades were based on your participation in the texting service to receive updates. Previous closed out trades not listed here may be seen in previous market letters
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