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|General Discussion · predicting the indexes trading range with 60-70% accuracy before the open|
|8/5/2006 12:04:36 PM
actually you can predict the tr before the open about 60-70% of the time with 90%+ accuracy- there have been many many days where i was within 1-3 cents of the qqqq s top and or bottom- how you do this is set up a 2 day linear regression on esignal using 1 minute intervals and you take a numerical reading 5-15 min uted before the open like maybe 36.24 and 37.77 which are actually the numerical readings for the upper and lower linear regression lines. the beauty of this is that if it gaps up to the top lr at the open you sell and if it gaps down to the bottom lr your buy at the open-it also works very well on the stocks that track the nasdaq well- the only place it doest work well is if your in the bottom or top 15% of the weekly or monthly graph. Its killer on option plays on the qqqq
|General Discussion · playing the intraday slam play icgn for 8-4-06|
|8/5/2006 11:54:44 AM
My intraday setup on e-signal is using a 30 and 60 minute rsi(2) and a 1-5 minute rsi(10) with positive divergences at top and bottoms plus linear regression like on icgn yesterday it gave a big pos divergence on it drop from 2.00$ down to 0.92 at about 0.96 where i bought it and then it went to about 1.24 from here and settled out in a up consoldation at about 1.20 where i sold it because after 1 hour i started getting a neg divergence- then i bought it again on the drop down to 1.08 near the close on heavier volume at 1.10 its up to 1.21 in ah. this is a biotech stock and has made a slam move like eln did last year to 3$
|General Discussion · biggest day trading bottom stock could go 0.52-50$$|
|8/5/2006 11:42:03 AM
February 8, 2006
News Release 06-012
Inv. No. 337-TA-561
Contact: Peg O'Laughlin, 202-205-1819
ITC INSTITUTES SECTION 337 INVESTIGATION ON CERTAIN COMBINATION MOTOR AND TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS AND DEVICES USED THEREIN, AND PRODUCTS CONTAINING SAME
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has voted to institute an investigation of certain combination motor and transmission systems and devices used therein, and products containing same. The products at issue in this investigation are used in electrically powered and hybrid powered vehicles and other products that include two electric motor-generator assemblies and a mechanical power transmission device.
The investigation is based on a complaint filed by Solomon Technologies, Inc., of Tarpon Springs, FL, on January 10, 2006, alleging violations of section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 in the importation into the United States, the sale for importation, and the sale within the United States after importation of certain combination motor and transmission systems and devices used therein, and products containing same, that infringe a patent owned by Solomon Technologies. A supplemental letter was filed on January 30, 2006. The complainant requests that the ITC issue an exclusion order and a permanent cease and desist order.
The ITC has identified the following as respondents in this investigation:
Toyota Motor Corporation of Japan;
Toyota Motor Manufacturing North America of Erlanger, KY; and
Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., of Torrance, CA.
By instituting this investigation (337-TA-561), the ITC has not yet made any decision on the merits of the case. The case will be referred to the Honorable Paul J. Luckern, an ITC administrative law judge, who will schedule and hold an evidentiary hearing. Judge Luckern will make an initial determination as to whether there is a violation of section 337; that initial determination is subject to review by the Commission.
The ITC will make a final determination in the investigation at the earliest practicable time. Within 45 days after institution of the investigation, the ITC will set a target date for completing the investigation. ITC remedial orders in section 337 cases are effective when issued and become final 60 days after issuance unless disapproved for policy reasons by the U.S. Trade Representative within that 60-day period.
|General Discussion · biggest day trading bottom stock could go 0.52-50$$|
|8/5/2006 11:40:51 AM
Solomon Announces ITC/Toyota Hearing Dates
TARPON SPRINGS, FL. April 28, 2006 — Solomon Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB:SOLM) announced today that the US International Trade Commission (ITC) has scheduled the hearing on the patent infringement complaint brought by Solomon against Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE:TM) , and certain of its affiliates, for October 30 through November 3, 2006. The ITC acts as an administrative investigative body to determine, among other things, whether or not goods imported into the United States infringe U.S. patents. The scheduled hearing at the ITC is roughly equivalent to the fact finding function of a trial in a judicial court.
Solomon President Peter W. DeVecchis, Jr., said, “The schedule recently promulgated by the ITC in this case is a major help in bringing an important aspect of our allegations quickly into focus. The expedited hearing and adjudication process at the ITC will allow us to bring the facts in this matter to the forefront without the extended process normally associated with patent infringement litigation in the Federal District Court system.”
He continued, “Our action against Toyota in the Federal District Court in Tampa has been stayed pending resolution of the ITC case. We plan to pursue the Federal District Court action aggressively once the ITC case has been resolved.”
As previously announced, Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C. has been representing Solomon in its pending claims against Toyota. Solomon brought suit against Toyota Motor Corporation, Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. and Toyota Motor Manufacturing North America in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, Tampa Division, on September 12, 2005, claiming infringement of a number of claims in Solomon's U.S. Patent Number 5,067,932, primarily relating to Toyota's use of the technology in its Prius and Highlander Hybrid vehicles. On January 11, 2006, Solomon filed an additional complaint against Toyota with the United States International Trade Commission seeking to exclude importation of the infringing technology.
If Solomon is successful in its ITC action, Toyota could be prohibited from importing into the United States infringing combination motor and transmission systems and those products containing such systems, including the Toyota Prius and Highlander models.
|General Discussion · biggest day trading bottom stock could go 0.52-50$$|
|8/5/2006 11:38:24 AM
insiders and funds have bought about 10 million shares in last 6 months and the outstanding shares are only 27 million shares so that makes the float less than 17 million. several newsletters are offering to tell you what it is if you join their expensive news service. this stock rocketed from 0.52 to 0.89 on 8/4-06 on <180k shares traded. the big deal is that toyota infringed upon its us patient from 1991 and 2001 and the us trade commission is doing an official investigation and could bar toyota from importing their hybrid cars to the united states soon. its also suppose to have federal court hearings near the end of oct 2006 in tampa bay fl. from the info availbe toyota is likely going to settle out of court-maybe up to 1 billion dollars hopefully soon -good luck- that could make the stock worth >40$ just in cash----the stock is $$$$$$$$$$-solm-$$$$$$$$ solomen technologies- maybe it will be like king solomens gold mines to us- can you imagine day trading this stock up to >10$
|General Discussion · help me figure out explosion option filter|
|7/30/2006 9:03:01 AM
found article about what the pros used to find this point---Triple Edge Alert #1:
Relative Strength Indicator (RSI)
Each day I run two pre-programmed screens scouring up to 3000 stocks for those companies, which fit my bull or bear criteria. Let me explain how these two criteria work.
First of all the screen asks two technical questions. How is each stock trending and how much momentum does the trend have?
My screens judge each stock by measuring two simple technical indicators, which I’ll explain to you now.
Most technical indicators aim to measure direction and strength of momentum of a specific time period for recent price action for a security or commodity.
The relative strength indicator (RSI) is a fantastic measure of the prevailing strength of a trend on a stock.
Key Concept: RSI takes a specific period of days and pits the average share price gains against the average share price losses.
By doing this, it assigns a value on an index scale of between 0 and 100. The higher the value, the stronger the trend.
Take a look at the chart for LSI Logic below to see an example of this trend index in action.
A strong intact trend (as shown above) means that rising prices outweigh falling prices – causing the RSI to increase over time. Generally speaking, values above 50 denote an intact bull trend, while lower ones indicate a declining trend.
Triple Edge Alert #2:
Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)
My second technical filter is called a “Moving Average Convergence Divergence” indicator.
Let’s just call it MACD for short.
Like RSI, this indicator takes a specific period of time to measure price. Instead of a single line, MACD has two lines.
Key Concept: First, two different moving averages are calculated from the price. Then MACD measures the difference between them. Second, a moving average of this line is applied and called the “signal line.” When MACD and signal cross, buy and sell signals are generated.
See in Figure 2 below how a rising trend for shares in LSI Logic is accompanied by rising MACD values.
That’s because the longer-period moving average accelerates faster than the shorter average, indicating rising prices.
Notice how the MACD signal came earlier than the RSI, reminding us that we need to be patient in our approach.
My Triple Edge Alert options trading service requires an RSI value ABOVE 50 and a POSITIVE value for MACD to enter a long trade.
Conversely, the screening process requires stocks to have an RSI value of less than 50 and a negative MACD value.
Again, we do all the work for you. All you have to do is act on the Trading Alert I e-mail you and make the trade. It’s that simple.
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These two basic screening methods save a lot of time and work each day. You don’t have to go combing the news journals in search of a story that might shift a stock’s price. And you don’t have to waste time looking at thousands of stocks that don’t fit my criteria.
I do all this for you and end up with anywhere between one and sometimes 30 stocks that are candidates for my final screening process.
Triple Edge Alert #3:
Connecting the Dots For the Perfect Triple Play
So far the system is basic, and with a little work, most investors would be able to determine the health of a stock, according to what we’ve discussed so far.
Let me now share how we can tie that process together by delving into the world of Welles Wilder, the founder of modern technical analysis.
As well as developing the relative strength index you just learned about above, Wilder developed a money management technique that helps identify near-term direction and also manages the risk of a position.
That method of trade entry and management is known as “parabolic stop-and-reverse.”
Key Concept: Wilder devised a methodology that kept him either always long of a commodity or always short. He illustrated the historical direction of a position by placing a dot above or below the prices.
Once connected, the series of dots takes the form of a French curve or parabola. (Imagine for a minute the path of a diver between a high-dive board and the swimming pool.)
Dots above prices indicate a current short position, while dots below prices mean the trader is long. In Figure 3 below, you’ll see that dots above the price ALWAYS fall, while those below price (indicating a long position) ALWAYS rise.
Much of Wilder’s work relied on risk management, and so he aimed to devise a system that protected a trader’s profits.
If shares fall when the trader is long and hit the parabolic curve, Wilder’s rule is that the position is stopped out and reversed, flipping the trader to a short position. Only when shares rise back up to pierce the parabola again does the position change from short to long.
It’s a fantastic concept, instantly allowing the trader to see what his or her current bias should be.
When combined with the two other screening indicators, we have a perfect triple play.
Key Concept: Take a step back for just one second. We use relative strength to indicate our trend, we use MACD to judge momentum and now we take our cue from a risk-management system that confirms the medium-term direction.
Let’s take a look at some recent examples of stock changes to see what you should be looking for from this trio on a chart.
Triple Edge Alert makes 55% and 1,008% profits in IBM. 53 times more profit than selling short.
First let’s take a look at shares in IBM where this neat little triple play occurred on two occasions making us a tidy 55% and 1,008% profit in just 22 and 14 days respectively.
You can see how an investor might have gained through selling short the stock on each occasion. But I’m going to show you how – by applying a simple options play instead – the investor could have multiplied those gains 53 times over.
Stock IBM Share Price July 2005 Put Option
Point A 5-Jan-05 $96.50 $330
Point B 27-Jan-05 $91.44 $510
Change -5% 55%
Table 1 above shows how a savvy investor who had sold short shares in IBM on Jan. 5, 2005, at point A might have made a capital gain of 5% by the time its shares reached $91 at point B on Jan. 27.
However, here’s where our options strategy came into play, multiplying profits 11 times over those who simply decided to sell short shares in IBM.
When our three indicators generated a sell signal on Jan. 5, instead of selling shares at the prevailing $96.50, our investor bought a put option. That gave him or her the right – but not the obligation – to sell 100 IBM shares at $95 per share on or before July 16, 2005, when the option expired.
Note that the investor need not hold the option until expiration in July, nor does he or she end up selling any stock. It becomes a simple buy-and-sell transaction, taking place over a 22-day period in January.
The cost of buying that single put option on Jan. 5 was $330. Since put options allow the right to sell shares at a fixed price, they increase in value as shares fall.
Soon IBM saw its shares plunging – before the end of the month they were down more than 5%.
The put options rose in value as IBM shares fell. When the investor came to sell, the price had increased, grossing him or her $510. That’s a profit of $180, or 55% of the cost of the trade.
That means that by using an option instead of selling short shares in IBM, our investor could have made 55% instead of 5% profits.
In other words, that investor used leverage to make 11 times as much money.
If you want a shot at profits like these and you’re ready to spend less than 10 minutes a week doing it, Triple Edge Alert may be just what you are looking for.
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Our Key Concepts Come Together for a 1,000% gain!
Now take a look at the next opportunity – when the stars lined up, according to our system, on April 6, 2005.
Our key concepts came together just as IBM was trading
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