Category Archives: Daily Ideas

Another idea: look for a obscure S&P life sciences subsector – TAMP – from CNBC

Here is another idea: look for a obscure S&P life sciences subsector – TAMP – from CNBC

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A new idea – AABA

Barron’s recommends Altaba (ticker AABA), it seems like a good idea.

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Amazon is targeting real estate? Should I short Zillow?

It seems like Amazon is now targeting real estate? Should I short Zillow?

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New ETFs to short retail industry

Here are some new ETFs to short retail industry, I need to really dive in to study this industry. Opportunity is here?

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Leveraged ETFs summary

Here is a great summary on leveraged ETFs. I need to study different industries and different ETFs and start to invest. Remember due to the volatility nature of the market, I should better use PUTs to hedge my long positions … Continue reading

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Amazon’s victims – from cnbc

Here are all Amazon’s victims. Will this trend continue?

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Use retail ETF and 3X ETF and options to short retail business

it might be a good idea to use retailer ETF and 3X ETF and options to short retail business

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stock and ETF ideas: buy homebuilder ETFs and 3X ETFs

I think it is a good idea to buy homebuilder ETFs and 3X ETFs

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New idea: homebuilders

I agree with ML’s idea on home builders stocks. Maybe I should spend more time on this sector

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Plan to buy inverse bond ETFs

I plan to buy inverse bond ETFs to take into account of the future increase of interest rate. Here are some potential choices,

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