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Joshua "MauiTrader" Hayes is CEO, President and founder of Big Wave Trading Inc., a Maui, Hawaii-based stock market advisory service. Hayes is a well-respected stock trader who combines fundamentals, technicals, psychology and money management to trade professionally for his personal,... More
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  • Top Current Holdings With Total Returns And Date Of Purchase 1 comment
    Oct 16, 2010 11:06 AM | about stocks: JKS, LCUT, LGL, RES, JOBS, MIPS, ISLN, ASYS, CHTP, SOL, TRQ, NSU, XXIA, SPRD, CGNX, UFPT

    Long 56 stocks 98-100% invested on full margin. All longs listed were posted on the website before being purchased for subscribers of the silver, gold, and platinum packages under the ‘new longs’ section.


    stock symbol – total return – date of purchase

    JKS 138% 7/13
    LCUT 126% 11/2/09
    LGL 101% 9/8
    RES 60% 7/13
    JOBS 56% 8/16
    MIPS 51% 8/20
    ISLN 36% 8/31
    ASYS 34% 9/1
    CHTP 29% 9/3
    SOL 27% 9/14
    IVN 26% 9/14
    NSU 24% 8/20
    XXIA 22% 8/31
    SPRD 22% 8/27
    CGNX 18% 9/24
    UFPT 18% 9/15

    Disclosure: Long: All stocks listed
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    I see that you've made great picks thus far. I am wondering why you've picked stocks such as IVN or CHTP? Although IVN is outperforming and broke out of a strong base on the 1st of Sept, it has no negative quarterly and annual earnings. CHTP has no earnings and has an erratic chart. Do you usually disregard earnings? Perhaps these are short swing trades?
    16 Oct 2010, 12:36 PM Reply Like
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