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14 Long Setups and their Stop-Losses
Posted by: SharePlanner (IP Logged)
Date: May 19, 2010 04:57PM
Last night I provided you with some 46 short setups with stop-losses. Tonight, though, you will find that my long watch-list is must leaner, mainly due to a lot of the stocks that were on there being decimated by the market. So the ones I have listed below have actually, for the most part, held up pretty well against the bearish market pressures. I've also included my stop-loss for each one as well. To be quite honest, the long setups are much harder to come by these days due to the great amount of bearishness prevailing in the markets today.
So be sure to keep this list handy, check out the charts and see if the stocks meet your parameters for trading - and if this market does indeed bounce, you will at least have a few stocks to throw orders out for.
Hope you all have a fabulous evening!.
Click Here to See My Current Watch-List .
Stocks Discussed: CNO, FBN, FWLT, IACI, NETC, PLAB, RDN, SSP, STC, TI, XL,
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