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Don't Bank on Earnings Real Money Pro($)

A spike in implied volatility into earnings doesn't guarantee a big move after the announcement.
Quality small banks are priced for major long-term upside.
This asset manager's stock pullback looks like an opportunity.
Did markets just realize troubled Euro banks won't get state cash?
The stock is slowly shaping up as a buy, but wait for the trigger.

Looking to Short Goldman? Real Money Pro($)

You can be aggressive in the selling zone $168.57-169.16.
Market predictions are a fool's errand. Stick with real results.
Before you join in the JPMorgan selloff, keep a few things in mind.
And shares are set up well for more upside.
When business conditions are considered poor, that's often a sign of potential upside.

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