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Stephen Castellano

 
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  • Stephen Castellano
    Immune Pharmaceuticals - Microcap Biotech With Ample Funding And Milestones On Horizon $IMNP http://seekingalpha.com/a/1mp43
    Dec 9, 8:38 AM
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      • Stephen Castellano
        economic indicators are antiquated -- many were created during a time when it was impossible to aggregate and measure micro corporate data
        7/1/11
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          • Stephen Castellano
            SLM "surprise" again shows it's more profitable to overweight corporate fundamental trends vs economic indicators $SPX http://bit.ly/ioqRpc
            7/1/11
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              • Stephen Castellano
                If you want to track real results track this. http://bit.ly/h2xmg5
                12/3/10
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                  • Stephen Castellano
                    $WSM came in ahead, with improving ROE and raised guidance -- despite softness in broader home furnishings; selloff way overdone
                    11/18/10
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                      • Stephen Castellano
                        No apparent news out on $AGO today, but would note it trades below book value, showing improved ROE and low $3.7b market cap is attractive
                        10/13/10
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                          • Stephen Castellano
                            Interestingly, both Ken Heebner's CGM Fund and our model portfolios both love SNDK and MU. View the model: http://bit.ly/a3BDpQ
                            9/8/10
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                              • Stephen Castellano
                                it was nice meeting everyone at the seeking alpha networking meeting yesterday in nyc... great wine, cheese and books! thank you!
                                5/25/10
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                                  • Stephen Castellano
                                    $SPX +~5% if EU bails Greece, but rattled market drifts after. -~30% if not. R/R bad. Sell strength for Cash + $SH. Calm, wait for long sign
                                    5/7/10
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                                      • Stephen Castellano
                                        $SPX "high-quality" stocks are down but seem to be outperforming "low-quality" stocks by almost 2-to-1 margin: http://bit.ly/9Ac3oE
                                        5/4/10
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                                          • Stephen Castellano
                                            Sell-off in $NTY is complete joke. Perfect example of mixing amateur hour sell-side research with quant-driven trading in a small cap stock.
                                            4/27/10
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                                              • Stephen Castellano
                                                Strong Results from Intel $INTC Drive "High-Quality" Technology Issues Higher - April 14, 2010 http://bit.ly/9GLqU7
                                                4/14/10
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                                                  • Stephen Castellano
                                                    If you like $INTC, you will love $NVDA
                                                    4/13/10
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                                                      • Stephen Castellano
                                                        $UFS led "high-quality" model portfolio up today. On "focus-list" since 3/7 and $GS Goldman conviction list since 3/16. http://bit.ly/ai9zx4
                                                        4/7/10
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                                                          • Stephen Castellano
                                                            "Low-Quality" Financials and Industrials lead -- April 6. http://bit.ly/bGeObR
                                                            4/6/10
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                                                              • Stephen Castellano
                                                                New long ideas for the week: $WDR, $FLEX. New short ideas: $BRFS, $CHA http://bit.ly/b67qkx
                                                                3/29/10
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                                                                  • Stephen Castellano
                                                                    Looking to collaborate w/ established top-down industry exprts. I supply bottom up stock analysis. Corp strat & investors buy. We share $.
                                                                    3/23/10
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                                                                      • Stephen Castellano
                                                                        L/S Monthly Focus Model Portfolio outperforming $SPX. Longs $SMG, $BIG, $AMP offsetting shorts $USM, $SUN and $TXT: http://bit.ly/9Ac3oE
                                                                        3/23/10
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                                                                          • Stephen Castellano
                                                                            Just read a report in which Cramer said "Retail is Too Hot to Short." Glad he see's it our way: http://bit.ly/8ZU5R4
                                                                            3/22/10
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                                                                              • Stephen Castellano
                                                                                For the first time this month, high-quality stocks are out-performing low-quality: http://bit.ly/9Ac3oE
                                                                                3/22/10
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