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Where To Invest For Profits In 2015

|Includes: FB, GLDC, NAT, STLD, iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF (TLT)

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$10,000 Trading Account Traders Comments

We have 2 open positions:

NAT January 9.87 Calls and

STLD Dec 23 Calls

Funds in Use $ 1,613

Net Gain for the week $ 260

Year to date profit $ 18,758

Over 187% Returns

Week 49 was an example of why balance is the best approach. We were stopped out of our

GLD position the very next day after getting filled at what I thought would be an area of solid support (50% down rule) and we sold the STLD position when the down rule would take us out anyway.

BUT, our hedge against a market fall, the TLT (20 yr. bond ETF) not only rallied to take us out of

half on the 100% Up rule @ $278, but continued to rally and we another lot Friday @ $4.74 and

they closed @ $5.20. This is what turned an ugly week in many sectors into a small gain of $261.

We still have 2 TLT calls worth $1040 even after taking out $749 from a position that only cost a bit over $800.

We also own FB January 77.50 calls with open equity of $1,248 and a cost of $780. All in all,

not too bad for a week where we saw huge multiple selloffs.

Funds in use are $1,613 and YTD gains are just under 190%.

The dramatic slide in oil has hurt a great many energy sector investors, but the real issue under

the surface is that fact that many of those exploration and drilling deals are heavily leveraged

in the high-yield (read:Junk bond) market and while they may be profitable all the way down to

$40/barrel, the debt service needs stable and higher prices to keep them from problems with

cash flow. Over 20% of the high yield market is energy related.

The position in FB is on at what I consider a good level. If it were to break my original stop @ $74.40

(on a closing basis) I would close it out with a small loss, but the risk/reward in this trade is so lopsided that it barely deserves mention. If you look at the weekly chart not only is the stock oversold, but the entire consolidation since the move to new highs in late July is over that breakout. This is the same situation that occurred in the S&P500 starting in March 2013 @ 1525 and has repeated itself every 8-10 weeks until the sharp selloff in early October to test 1820 before moving to new highs near 2,100. If we continue to compare with TWTR with FB, or any of the other social net-work, it makes it difficult to see why FB should not move to $100.

I am cutting back further on my trading for the balance of the year. While I look for some sharp and short rallies in oils, financials, and Facebook my focus is on current positions, not adding a lot of new ones unless they are incredibly compelling. Examples would be BA @$105-107, CSCO @ $25, or JPM @ $56. While these seem like extreme long shots, we haven't had a lot of weeks with the type of declines that also closed on the low (not low end) of the range.

My next area of real major support for the S&P500 is 1928-1950. The only bright spot, (and with oil down over 30% recently) is the Transports. They are down but not broken. Volatility is huge having increased 29% last week. Our model of taking half profits on 100% gains and losses of 50% has been a real winner for everyone following my work.

…CAM

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Market Strategies $10,000 Trading Account Trade Table

New Trades:

1) Buy 4 Alcoa AA January 15 Calls @ $ 0.68 or better

All trades were based on your participation in the texting service to receive updates. Previous closed out trades not listed here may be seen in previous market letters.

DATE

TRADES

PRICE

COST

PROCEEDS

RESULTS

12/12

Sold 1 TLT December 121 Call

4.74

 

474

335 Gain

12/09

Sold 8 STLD Dec 23 Calls

0.25

 

200

160 Loss

12/09

Sold 4 GLD Dec 116 Puts ( 50% Loss Rule )

0.84

 

336

332 Loss

12/08

Sold 3 TLT December 121 Calls

2.78

 

834

417 Gain

12/08

Bought 6 MHR January 4 Calls

0.30

180

   

12/08

Bought 4 GLD December 116 Puts

1.67

668

   

12/08

Bought 4 FB January 77.50 Calls

1.95

780

   

12/05

Bought 6 TLT December 121 Calls

1.39

834

   

12/04

Buy 15 NAT January 9.87 Calls

0.25

375

   

11/28

Bought 8 STLD December 32 Calls

0.45

360

   

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We may trade weekly options and they are noted: SPY 1/25 147 for SPY Jan 25th 147 calls or puts.

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