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Yesterday I posted the gains we took in BABA, Our BABA (Alibaba) Trade at our member’s site,
Wolf on Wall Street
Today, after forecasting a near term bounce, we had opened two VXX puts to take advantage of the bounce we anticipated to occur soon (using May 15th expiration for both).
This is an excerpt from Wolf on …

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This post from our members’ site
Wolf on Wall Street
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is exactly as it says, a look back at what we were seeing and forecasting while the rest of the market was ultra-bearish, we were calling for a super strong rally and how …

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Here are a few posts from the last 2-days from our members’ site with two +45% trades each day, don’t miss our additional analysis below this post…
 Wolf on Wall Street
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Our NUGT Trade…
Monday, June 23, 2014
Trade Management: GDX / NUGT
I’d say there’s a very high probability of

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This is a post from our members’ site, 
Wolf on Wall Street
Just a quick trade using the right tool for the job when there’s a strong signal, but not a lot of profit potential, just making the trade work by using the right tool for the job…
SPY April $190 Put Position Follow Up…
Posted by: Brandt, Thursday April …

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From our member’s site…
Wolf on Wall Street
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BIDU Follow Up…
posted by: Brandt Tuesday, March 11th,  2014
I just had to take the gain or at least a portion of it, which I took half off the table. This was a VERY small move and it is nothing like what BIDU should

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Friday ended up as a fantastic day for Wolf on Wall Street members, not only did we hit TWTR short right on the head with a +13% 1-day gain (1 day in the trade so we entered at the perfect spot yesterday), we also did excellent with one of our favorites, MCP long.
For more on our member’s site,
Wolf …

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This is a post from our member’s site, Wolf on Wall Street concerning our recent AAPL December $535 Put position…
AAPL Earnings…
Well if you don’t already know, AAPL beat on Revenue and EPS, their I-Pad units missed, but it was the gross margin squeeze (apparently) that the market didn’t like, although there is a CASH concern that AAPL is

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This is a post from our member’s site, Wolf on Wall Street concerning our recent AAPL December $535 Put position…
AAPL Earnings…
Well if you don’t already know, AAPL beat on Revenue and EPS, their I-Pad units missed, but it was the gross margin squeeze (apparently) that the market didn’t like, although there is a CASH concern that AAPL is

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This is a post from our member’s site, Wolf on Wall Street concerning our recent AAPL December $535 Put position…
AAPL Earnings…
Well if you don’t already know, AAPL beat on Revenue and EPS, their I-Pad units missed, but it was the gross margin squeeze (apparently) that the market didn’t like, although there is a CASH concern that AAPL is

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This is an End of Day excerpt from our analysis at our member’s site, 
Wolf on Wall Street
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We’ve had a great week with our forward looking analysis being right on which led to several great trades as well as calls in the market from our “Sell” call …

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This is tonight’s Daily Wrap from our members’ site, 
Wolf on Wall Street 
for Tuesday, October 8th, 2013…
For more information about our member’s site, Wolf on Wall Street, click the link above.
I keep a “Tracking Portfolio” for all of the trade ideas that I put out for members at Wolf on Wall Street, this is much different than …

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This is an excerpt form an EOD post at our members’ site,
Wolf on Wall Street
Equity Short Tracking Portfolio Performance vs. the SPX.
On other news, when we get a move down, as you know I like to check our equity tracking portfolio for its relative performance vs. the market. I am not a believer in modern portfolio theory,

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