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    Quote Originally Posted by jiesen View Post
    Well, you've still got a ways to go before you displace Vixxit's SFT with the bitcoin pick... and I don't think bitcoin is really going away this year, so you're probably safe from that situation.
    Just figured out I posted this in the wrong topic.

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    Sure looks to me like the NASDAQ and S&P are ready to do some buy and hold trading. Dow’s been there for a few weeks. Some nice trading patterns on stocks I like right now: AMT, ASML, DLR, MGNI just to name a few.

    EDIT: Add SIVB, APPN, OM, ASML as stocks that look attractive for entries both based on fundamentals and chart patterns. I don’t know if this beat down has ended so I know that I will personally use trailing stops to protect my positions, but there are a lot of value plays out there right now. What’s nice is that for a lot of these plays, the charts are setting up nice entries that have tight stops in case the whole thing comes crashing down again.
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