In this, my closing post for Real Money Pro, I provide a last analysis: This is no time to jump ship.
Regardless of what anyone says, this metric is eminently useful -- as long as you use it properly.
GE is pulling back to a previous breakout area, and I’m liking how it looks.
When hunting for plays, always look at the larger trend -- and use this particular strategy right now.
There's a good chance of a $4 pop while risking less than $1.
This options-based concept can allow for uncannily accurate predictions in broad-market funds.
| Apr 17, 2012
| 3:08 PM EDT
If you took those trades in today's column on Apple and the XLE, it's time
to exit stage right I suspect. Good move in b...
After a four-day slide, the stock is nearing support on dwindling volume. So is the XLE.
Based on the current technicals, the market won’t make a true U-turn. The wildcard is Europe.
You don’t have to wait and pay the exorbitant price that’s likely to get pinned on the donkey.