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  • MESA-Sabrient Trading Alerts  0 comments
    Sep 17, 2010 1:08 PM | about stocks: WTI, TCAP, CSGS, LNC, IPHS, ALTE, FIS

    John Elhers's and Sabrient's Mesa trading system has been busy this week, adding long positions. Here's new ones for today. For a free trial to Mesa-Sab Alerts, click here. - Ilene 

    (My new site is here.)

    MESA-Sabrient Trading Alerts  

    Signals generated at end-of-day 9/16/2010 for the open on Friday, September 17, 2010:

    Enter long:  AFL
    Enter long:  ESL  
    Enter long:  FRX  
    Enter long:  GCI  
    Enter long:  MDU  
    Enter long:  NEU  
    Enter long:  OXM  
    Enter long:  RKT  
    Enter long:  RPM 

    No long exit signals today

    No short entry signals today

    No short exit (cover) signals today

    Open trade summary:

       Long WTI since 9/16/2010, profit: $ -21
       Long TCAP since 9/16/2010, profit: $ -141
       Long CSGS since 9/16/2010, profit: $ 34
       Long LNC since 9/15/2010, profit: $ -283
       Long IPHS since 9/15/2010, profit: $ 170
       Long ALTE since 9/15/2010, profit: $ -68
       Short FIS since 8/23/2010, profit: $ -374

    End of report for Thursday, September 16, 2010 


    MESA-Sabrient Trading Alerts (RS2) is the collaboration of two bona fide rocket scientists (we call it rocket science squared). It combines a technical overlay with Sabrient's fundamentally strong stocks. The technical overlay was developed by John Ehlers, a retired scientist from the defense industry -- the watch list, by David Brown, a former NASA scientist who was part of the lunar landing team.

    John saw the outstanding buy-and-hold performance of SabrientÂ’s fundamentally ranked equities (the source of the Watch List) and thought he could improve upon their buy-and-hold performance with his technical timing system . . . and he did!

    In a 3-month backtest (September - December 2009) and a 5-month (January - May) forward test, John had an average return of $249.84 or 2.50% per position. Out of 89 trades, 67% were winners.  

    Disclosure: none
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