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    Administrator Martin Kay's Avatar

    New Tips by Richard - Ebay,Oil. Weekly and Monthly Expiry 3-21/12/2012 !!!

    2012 is almost over and christmas is just around the corner, great time to profit from binary options before holidays. New tips by Richard

    Originally posted by R.Cox


    1.Last week’s rally in Oil completes another series of higher lows and with manufacturing in China and the Eurozone showing improvement, I will be looking to enter into 1 week CALLS if prices trade at 88.50, looking for a medium term break above $92.50. Shorter term, caution should be exercised if we see major declines after hitting the 90 level, as this could be a stalling point.


    2. The latest sales performance in Cyber Monday presents some very bullish arguments for online retailers and with many company’s overvalued on an earnings basis, I will be looking to get into one month CALLS in eBay at current levels (above $50). With a price to earnings ratio of 18, the company is well positioned to capitalize on the changing behaviors of the American consumer.


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    Master Member vinayakm's Avatar

    Some tech stocks to watch out in this first week of December !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Kay View Post
    2012 is almost over and christmas is just around the corner, great time to profit from binary options before holidays. New tips by Richard
    Tech stocks have rallied over the last week and everything points to the trend continuing. Obviously, I don't want to be vague here and like Richard mentioned Ebay, I think Amazon will also be a good pick for a trading call.

    At the same time, since the holidays are almost here and everyone is racking up debt in purchasing gifts and funding other largess, it might be a good time to look at stocks such as PayPal, Visa and Mastercard.

    All three of these stocks along with Amazon have been on an uptrend as of late and this should definitely continue.

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    Master Member vinayakm's Avatar
    As for oil, it has been pretty up and down lately. I don't have much commodities trading experience compared to my tech stock trading (quite a bit), but I would stay away from any binary options trading on it.
    There are some mixed signs coming from the market with the high retail sales and Greece deal still seeing oil prices fall.
    But then again, we have strong belief that the US fiscal cliff will be averted and so this bodes well for the price of oil going into the holiday spending.

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    Specialist Member RCox's Avatar
    Amazon does look like it has further to run but its P/E ratio is absurd at this stage and I have a hard time getting into anything where the fundamentals are that skewed.

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Kay View Post
    2012 is almost over and christmas is just around the corner, great time to profit from binary options before holidays. New tips by Richard
    Ebay should be a great tech stock to ride out the santa rally. the company had a great earnings report last quarter and they should have the same this quarter. The techs as a whole got beat up pretty bad in the early fall and look good for some big gains now.

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Kay View Post
    2012 is almost over and christmas is just around the corner, great time to profit from binary options before holidays. New tips by Richard
    OIl is a tricky trade right now. There is some evidence of underlying support but it keeps getting capped at $90. I might trade some daily calls on oil but I think longer term experations look better for put plays.

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by vinayakm View Post
    As for oil, it has been pretty up and down lately. I don't have much commodities trading experience compared to my tech stock trading (quite a bit), but I would stay away from any binary options trading on it.
    There are some mixed signs coming from the market with the high retail sales and Greece deal still seeing oil prices fall.
    But then again, we have strong belief that the US fiscal cliff will be averted and so this bodes well for the price of oil going into the holiday spending.
    cliff or not the outlook for 2013 world GDP growth and oil demand is fairly weak, based on this I am looking for oil to trade mostly sideways, I don't think it's goind down but I also don't think its going up. This one may be a good trade for daily calls/puts as it trades between support and resistance.

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by vinayakm View Post
    Tech stocks have rallied over the last week and everything points to the trend continuing. Obviously, I don't want to be vague here and like Richard mentioned Ebay, I think Amazon will also be a good pick for a trading call.

    At the same time, since the holidays are almost here and everyone is racking up debt in purchasing gifts and funding other largess, it might be a good time to look at stocks such as PayPal, Visa and Mastercard.

    All three of these stocks along with Amazon have been on an uptrend as of late and this should definitely continue.
    Visa for sure, nearly everyone uses a visa backed card when shopping online....this one should rack up fees and charges over the holiday's

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    Specialist Member RCox's Avatar
    Oil hit the 88.50 entry level and saw a steady drift lower before finding support at the 87.60 level. Prices are trading roughly 40 cents below entry at this stage and we will need to see a move through 88.30 before a positive weekly close for the trade can be expected. Given the general downside momentum, it would not be a total surprise to see this happen as the end of week position squaring could bring another push higher. Current levels are actually pretty good for daily CALLS as we head into Friday.

    eBay is holding at 52 and we could see more sideways trading near term. This is a longer term position and with nothing jarring markets and creating volatility at the moment, so patience becomes the name of the game here.

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