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Breakout Stocks Ready to be Added to Your Portfolio

We at Pricentime.com run daily, weekly and monthly scanners to search for stocks that are ready to take off.  The focus of the search is the study of price and volume information in the given stocks to predict pending movements.  We also scan unusual option activities to find winners.

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$TWTR is Under the Radar

Twitter just had some news that generated considerable trading volume in the stock.  Twitter has been one of the most hated social media stocks that lost investors/traders a good amount of money.  It went from 74 to 14 in 14 months.  Probably we have had some disgruntled owners and traders in this stock.

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$CLF Partial Profit Taking

We recommend take partial profit for 1/3 of the position today. This partial profit taking generated more than 7% overnight.  This is a member blog.  Please join us to see the detailed information.

Due to the weakness in the general markets and the fact that CLF is in the late stage of the weekly cycle, we recommend caution and take some profits.

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Member Blog – Biotech Sector Intermediate Outlook

Biotech sector has been the shining star since November 2008.  It bottomed earlier than the general market’s crisis low in March 2009.  The rally finally was stopped in July 2015.  It has been range bound since February to August 2016.  The election rally didn’t breakout the August 2016 high.  Right now it is in the 10th week of the weekly cycle that

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Member Blog – BAC Multi-Year 2009-2016 Breakout

BAC was a major casualty of the post financial crisis in 2009.  BAC purchased Countrywide Mortgage for 2 billion dollars.  The total fines BAC  paid to the various government/regulatory agencies was around 50 billion dollars.  BAC has been lagging in the banking sector.  BAC’s vast banking branches collected handsome amount deposits.  In a rising interest and less regulatory environment, BAC should perform. 

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