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Trading Idea That Paid - AMAG Pharmaceuticals

AMAG Pharmaceuticals Inc. (AMAG) was a notable winner in Thursday trading session, jumped nearly 7% to 43.30 – a fresh 52- week high.  This is bullish from a technical perspective.  In fact, a closer look at the daily chart of AMAG suggested that the stock could climb above 52 after breaking out from the so-called …[read more]

Trading Idea That Paid - The Pantry

The Pantry Inc. (PTRY) was a notable winner in Wednesday trading session, soared more than 23% to 35.52 – a fresh 52- week high, following report that the convenience-store chain is nearing a deal to sell itself through an auction.  This is bullish from a technical perspective.  In fact, a closer look at the daily …[read more]

Trading Idea That Paid - Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters Corp. (TRI) was a notable winner in Tuesday session. The stock bucked the overall trend, rose 2.20% to 39.51.  This is bullish from a technical perspective.  In fact, a closer look at the daily chart of TRI suggested that the stock could climb above 42 after the downward trend halted.  Just so that …[read more]

Trading Idea That Paid - Tuesday Morning

U.S. stocks finished lower on Monday at the end of a volatile session as crude prices came under renewed selling pressure.  Notably, Tuesday Morning Corp. (TUES) bucked the overall trend, rose 1.37% to 21.39.  This is bullish from a technical perspective.  In fact, a closer look at the daily chart of TUES suggested that the …[read more]

Trading Idea That Paid - Adeptus Health

Report that Chinese factory production slowed more than forecast in November together with a sharp drop in oil price, crude futures for January delivery declined $2.14, or 3.6 percent, to $57.84 a barrel, settling below $58 a barrel for the first time since May 2009, triggered a broad-based selloff that saw the major indices posting …[read more]

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