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I'm looking for a little catch-up move. My largest incremental buy today was Charles Schwab (SCHW). I expect it to play some catch-up, particularly as measured against the rally in E*Trade (ETFC).
How to gain gamma without big money. Over the last few weeks, consistent with my more optimistic market view, I have employed a simple strategy of buying slightly-out-of-the-money calls on a number of long positions, including ETFC, HPQ , IFF, K, LN...
Below are my five largest longs. Five largest longs: SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) ProShares UltraShort 20+ Year Treasury (TBT) General Motors (GM) International Flavors & Fragrances (IFF) E*Trade (ETFC)
Adding to XL Group (XL), E*Trade (ETFC) (common and calls), MetLife (MET) and Prudential (PRU) today.
They are E*Trade, GM and SunTrust. My three favorite tax-selling/depressed buy candidates for a January bounce are E*Trade (ETFC), General Motors (GM), SunTrust (STI).
They include Goldman Sachs, TBT and E*Trade. I added to Goldman Sachs' (GS), ProShares UltraShort 20+ Year Treasury (TBT) and E*Trade (ETFC) longs today.
Sometimes they come true. This sort of low-volume selloff is exactly what I hoped for as I continue to increase my net long exposure. My buying today has been broad based - including SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) PowerShares QQQ (QQQ) Financial Sele...
I have added to a basket of longs. I am treating today's swoosh lower as an opportunity to add to my net long exposure. Thus far I have added small to Financial Select Sector SPDR (XLF), Waddell & Reed (WDR), T. Rowe Price (TROW), SunTrust (STI), Me...
I am adding to my long position by buying calls. I have been adding to E*Trade (ETFC) by purchasing February and April $9 and $10 calls.
What surprises might occur in 2012 -- and how can we profit? "Never make predictions, especially about the future." -- Casey Stengel While I had a reasonably successful surprise list for 2011, with about half my surprises coming to fruition, the rea...
I am also adding to GLD. I am adding to E*Trade (ETFC) and SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) now.
Here is a list of my favorite current investments. Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens Brown paper packages tied up with strings These are a few of my favorite things Cream colored ponies and cri...
Specifically, E*Trade, Dell and Microsoft. I am now adding to E*Trade (ETFC), Dell (DELL) and Microsoft (MSFT) long positions.
My favorite long is E*Trade, and my favorite short is Pitney Bowes. Favorite long: E*Trade (ETFC). Favorite short: Pitney Bowes (PBI).
It's trading lower than it should be. E*Trade (ETFC), a recent buy, is now trading at a lower price than when it had disastrous problems from its home equity loan portfolio and was losing money. I have added to the name.
I am adding to this one on weakness. I am adding to E*Trade (ETFC) on today's weakness at $8.55 now.
This was a recent Kass Katch. Here are the slides of the E*Trade (ETFC) management presentation at the Keefe Bruyette conference, which is going on now. E*Trade was a recent Kass Katch.
This was a recent Kass Katch. E*Trade (ETFC), a recent Kass Katch, is getting jiggy today.
I have assembled a basket of four sub-$10-a-share equities that might have appeal for aggressive investors. As an homage to Jim "El Capitan" Cramer's "Mad Money" Speculative Friday segment, I have assembled a basket of four sub-$10-a-share equities ...
Optimism about the eurozone is giving U.S. futures a boost today.