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  • 12 Stocks that should jump. Are your stocks on this list? 0 comments
    Dec 17, 2009 4:16 AM | about stocks: GOL, EW, VRX, CNA, CLW, RAX, CPSI, FSYS, SLH, WRC, BVN, CACC, TSTC, BH, LFT, CTRP, WDC, CSGS

    The market was charging higher until a late in the day selloff.  The S&P 500 bounced right off Tuesdays closing prices and the Nasdaq never even made it that far. Even after the late selloff, both the small and midcap indices ended the day with some nice gains. Nearly 1/3 of our open positions hit new 52 week highs. Leading the charge with some nice gains were:

    CACC was up as much as 12.3% from our entry point on Tuesday. Not bad for 1 days gains.

    TSTC reversed yesterdays move lower and finished the day up nearly 7%. TSTC was put out in Monday's report and it is up nearly 10% in since then.

     SNS is still moving higher adding another 5.5% today. This stock was put out in our  Dec 1st report and is up almost 19% since then

    LFT was closed the day up 5.15%, CTRP up 4.43% and WDC up around 4% to name a few others

    Like we have been saying we get nervous being too aggressive when a stocks or especially the major indices are bumping their heads into resistance. The markets tried to get above those old 2008 lows again today but no success quite less. Until we can successfully break above that resistance zone and consolidate in that area we will be playing all setups and open positions wit htight stops

    Here is our list for Thursday December 17th

    We would look to buy if the stock could trade above the follow prices. We are looking to keep tight stops on all positions and not interested in buying a stock if it gaps up more than 2-2.5% unless we are going to actively managing the position intraday.

    CSGS 18.98

    fsys 44.68

     slh 37.12

     wrc 44.05

     bvn 34.78

    cpsi 46.13

    clw 56.18

     rax 21.93

     gol 15.62

     ew 86.39

    vrx 32.10

     cna 23.32

    Thanks,
    Brett Marsh
    Chief Market Technician
    www.betterstockentries.com
    brettm@betterstockentries.com

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