One of our best trades for the year... so far

Last Friday (6/15) we covered our 3 short contracts in the 10 year bonds at 106.31. MarketClub members clearly saw the signal the same time we did on the daily chart.

This turned out to be one of our best trades so far, for the year.
This trade yielded a profit of $12,468.75 on three contracts, before commissions.
Commissions vary widely between brokers and it is sometime a good idea to shop around. One tip is to remember is that the lowest price/commission may not be the best commission. Many times execution of a trade is worth a whole lot more than just saving a few dollars on a trade.

OK, here's the update. For now we are standing aside in the 10 year until we get another signal. The two positions that remain from our "On the Line" trade demonstration in stocks worked out well today. Both positions are showing positive results despite the move down in the DOW today.

Long 275 PGH shares at $18.02. Close 6/18 at $18.89
Open Profit $239.25

Short 125 M * (FD) shares at $39.07. Close 6/18 at $38.75
Open profit $40.00

* Federated Department Stores, Inc. (FD)(NYSE Arca:FD) today announced that shareholders have approved a change in its corporate name to Macy’s, Inc., effective June 1, 2007. On that date, the company’s shares will begin trading under the ticker symbol “M” on the New York Stock Exchange.

Watch the original video here.

All trades were entered on May 17th, 2007.

Trading Tip: Always be diversified, be disciplined and always use stops.

If results like these are attractive to you and you are not already a member think about joining MarketClub today and you can catch big moves too.

Every success with MarketClub.


One thought on “One of our best trades for the year... so far

  1. Adam,

    I am enjoying Marketclub very much. Great service! I have a question that has been bothering me for some time: I notice that now and then in your videos you mention that you were "stopped out" of various positions. So, how do you determine where to place a stop using the marketclub trade triangles? I have not been able to figure this out. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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