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Filed under: Money,Stocks — site admin @ 7:25 am

Just for kicks here’s what I own today: 225 shares of ANH bought at 6.80 (ex-dividend date on Dec 23 for .22 x 225 = 49.50) I’m looking for the price to pop above 7.35 for .55 share profit (minus commissions). 100 shares FIZZ @ 13.00. Looking for the price to hit 14.00.

Also looking to buy ELNK 200 @ 8.50 and sell @ 9.05 – day order (renewed from yesterday, if it climbs up I’ll be looking for something else)

I’m not recommending these stocks. I don’t sell stocks and I’m no expert. I’m baring (periodically) these trades so you can see what I do. On these three stocks, I’ll post when I sell with profit % and a calculated APR


  1. Renewed the ELNK day order as the low on 12/21 was $8.54.

    Comment by site admin — 12/22/2010 @ 6:59 am

  2. Low on ELNK was 8.52. Since this is still hanging just above my buy target, I’m renewing the order. Again, placing a day order to buy @ 8.50. The sell order is good til canceled.
    Quick note for anyone following… if I don’t buy ELNK I will only be posting the two other stocks mentioned in the above post. At some point, when all sales of these two or three stocks have occurred, I will limit my reporting to a single holding at a time.

    Comment by site admin — 12/23/2010 @ 6:21 am

  3. Due to recent chart activity on FIZZ I’m lowering the sell order to $13.50. It’s a much smaller profit, but much better if it goes back to $13.00 and I do a few more turns. I do adjust my orders and expectations from time to time – usually I kick myself for not being more patient, but those are the breaks.

    Comment by site admin — 12/29/2010 @ 8:15 am

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