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17 Long Trade Setups with Stop-Losses



May 10, 2010 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: CEB , SMSI , STI

The 17 stocks below are in no particular order, but they do include my desired stop-loss for each one. Depending on your trading strategy, there is something for everyone below, whether you like to play the pullback, or the breakout, or simply anything that moves upward, I'm sure you will be able to find something to trade from, on the list below. So have at it...

Here are my 17 Long Trade Setups with Stop-Losses.

Suntrust Banks (STI) - 27.02
UGI Corp (UGI) - 26.11
Smith Micro (SMSI) - 8.99
Corporate ExecBoard (EXBD) - 37.95
CSG Systems Int'l (CSGS) - 21.25
Expeditors Int'l of Washington (EXPD) - 37.91
Strayer Education (STRA) - 233.00

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2 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On May 10, 2010 at 10:40 PM, MikeMark (29.05) wrote:

A stop-loss means you really aren't an owner. No owner wants to be booted out of ownership of his company by a Goldman or a Sachs who decides his ownings are only worth what "mr market" thinks.

Think. What is it worth to you? Did you buy at the price that gives you an advantage?


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#2) On May 11, 2010 at 9:15 PM, SharePlanner (< 20) wrote:

I really don't think of it too much in terms of ownership. I'm more of a pure technical/charting type of trader. I have no loyalty to the stocks that I buy/sell, I look for an edge, and if it is there I take it, and the more time I spend holding a stock, the more time I am at risk of losing that edge.

To answer your questions - stock is worth what I am willing to risk on the trade, and the advantage is the edge I have via my technical and charting abilities. 

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