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    Bought back my NNOX and I still have a few shares of PI in a small Ameritrade account I never migrated, but other than that Iím flat and watching intensely.

    When the right time comes, Iíll buy back in, but I have no idea when that will be, and there is no guarantee I will time it right. In the meantime, I have organized my watchlists into three tiers, with tier 1 being the stocks Iíd most like a position in. This doesnít mean I will buy all my tier 1 stocks first. I still need what appears to be a good entry, but when scanning for entries, Iíll start with the tier 1 stocks first and then move down the tiers. As I move down, the entries need to be more enticing, i.e. I need an outstanding looking entry for a tier 3 stock because I have less confidence in its growth potential than a tier 1 or 2. Here are my current lists if you want to do your own homework:

    Current Ownership:
    PI, NNOX

    Tier 1 Interest:
    AAPL, AMT, CRNC, CRSP, CRWD, DDOG, EDIT, EPAM, EXPI, FLGT, FSLY, FVRR, HUBS, MDB, MDLA, NVDA, OKTA, RDFN, SHOP, TDOC, TEAM, TTD, TWLO, VEEV, WIX, ZEN, ZM, ZS

    Tier 2 Interest: AAXN, ABMD, ADBE, AMZN, ANET, APPF, APPN, ASML, ATVI, BL, BRK/B, CGNX, COUP, CRM, CSGP, DOCU, EEFT, EQIX, ESTC, ETSY, EVBG, FB, FICO, FIVN, FRPT, GH, GLOB, HCAT, HQY, INSP, IPOB, ISRG, KNSL, LOB, MA, MASI, MELI, MGNI, MSFT, MTCH, NEE, NET, NOW, NTNX, NVCR, NVTA, OLED, PANW, PAYC, PYPL, QRVO, QTWO, RGEN, RH, ROKU, RVLV, SFIX, SIVB, SMAR, SPCE, SPLK, SQ, STAA, SWAV, SWKS, TREX, TTWO, V, VCYT, WD, WORK, ZUO

    Tier 3 Interest: AVGO, AYX, BIDU, BIGC, BILI, BKNG, BOMN, BZUN, CLDR, DAVA, FLIR, FTCH, FTNT, GOOG, IDXX, IIPR, IPHI, IPOC, LITE, LMND, LRN, LVGO, LYV, MNST, MRNA, NVAX, OLLI, PEGA, PING, PINS, PODD, PTON, QDEL, REGN, SE, SGEN, SPOT, TSLA, WEX, XLNX, ZG, ZNGA

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    Added a position In IPOB this week, but other than that, no activity. Iím just watching and waiting to see how things shake out.

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    Oh, oh. Citron, who admittedly doesnít have the best record for being correct, has nevertheless issued a scathing report on NNOX. I am going to read it in depth tonight and watch the chart carefully to see how seriously the market is taking it. I might have to close my recently re-opened position. I made a nice profit on my Round 4 investment, but I donít want to be married to a fraud. It sounds so good on paper, maybe it is too good to be true.

    https://citronresearch.com/

    BTW, if you want to read what I think is a very accurate report from one of the most accurate short sellers, Hindenburg Research, read their report on NKLA. That company sounds like a complete fraud.

    https://hindenburgresearch.com/nikola/

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    I dumped my latest NNOX position for a small loss. The Citron report was just too worrisome. Iíll keep it around on my tier 3 watchlist and check in on it as the story develops. So Iím down to a 1/2 position in IPOB and a very small position (less than 1/2 position) in PI. Still watching and waiting.

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    It was another quiet week for me. I liked the setup on one of my tier 1 stocks, FLGT, so I added one full position. Right now I am viewing this as a swing trade with a possible conversion into a long term hold. Other than that, I am still in cash, doing light day trading and watching the market closely.

    Current Ownership:
    FLGT, IPOB, PI

    Tier 1 Interest:
    AAPL, AMT, CRNC, CRSP, CRWD, DDOG, EDIT, EPAM, EXPI, FSLY, FVRR, HUBS, MDB, MDLA, NVDA, OKTA, RDFN, SHOP, TDOC, TEAM, TTD, TWLO, VEEV, WIX, ZEN, ZM, ZS

    Tier 2 Interest: AAXN, ABMD, ADBE, AMZN, ANET, APPF, APPN, ASML, ATVI, BL, BRK/B, CGNX, COUP, CRM, CSGP, DOCU, EEFT, EQIX, ESTC, ETSY, EVBG, FB, FICO, FIVN, FRPT, GH, GLOB, HCAT, HQY, INSP, IPOB, ISRG, KNSL, LOB, MA, MASI, MELI, MGNI, MSFT, MTCH, NEE, NET, NOW, NTNX, NVCR, NVTA, OLED, PANW, PAYC, PYPL, QRVO, QTWO, RGEN, RH, ROKU, RVLV, SFIX, SIVB, SMAR, SPCE, SPLK, SQ, STAA, SWAV, SWKS, TREX, TTWO, V, VCYT, WD, WORK, ZUO

    Tier 3 Interest: AVGO, AYX, BIDU, BIGC, BILI, BKNG, BOMN, BYND, BZUN, CLDR, DAVA, FLIR, FTCH, FTNT, GOOG, IDXX, IIPR, IPHI, IPOC, LITE, LMND, LRN, LVGO, LYV, MNST, MRNA, NNOX, NVAX, OLLI, PEGA, PING, PINS, PODD, PTON, QDEL, REGN, SE, SGEN, SPOT, TSLA, WEX, XLNX, ZG, ZNGA

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