Amazon Plunges And Trade Triangles Save The Day

Amazon shares fall 9.5% and the company's founder reduces his holdings. (AMZN), which posted its quarterly earnings on Friday, disappointed many investors with slipping margins. The market reacted quite dramatically with shares of Amazon skidding downhill for a loss of 9.5%.

MarketClub members did not have to sit through this downturn as we exited Amazon on January 21st - some five days before the report. How did we know the report was going to bad? The truth is we didn't know, but our "Trade Triangle" technology recognized that something was amiss and alerted members who follow Amazon to exit pronto.

As the graph will show, we have had two trades since September 1st of last year and in both of these trades we were successful, giving us gains of $36.85 a share.

Our long-term indicator continues to be positive on Amazon, but for now intermediate-term traders should be on the sidelines counting their money and waiting for a better opportunity to re-enter this stock.

Another worrying concern is what Bank of America/Merrill Lynch said today, "Owning the stock here requires trust and patience. We have seen Amazon go through investment cycles before and believe investment in growth is the right long-term strategy for the Internet."

Not exactly a ringing endorsement in my opinion.

Well, forget trust and patience. We prefer to trust our "Trade Triangle" technology as it has consistently proven to be successful. Our "Trade Triangles" produced just 2 trades in Amazon since 9/1/10. Producing a very respectable 47% return in just five months.

If you're not already a MarketClub member, you should seriously look into our "Trade Triangle" technology. It will help get you into the markets at the right time and out before everything starts to slide.

You can learn more about MarketClub by clicking here, or you can sign up for a 30 day risk free trial right here.

All the best,
Adam Hewison

President of
Co-founder of MarketClub

This stock is pure box office gold

I am of course referring to Netflix, which has seen a phenomenal move since we had a major "Trade Triangle" buy signal at $31 a share on January 5, 2009. This stock is now up a staggering 677% in a just 24 months.

I think this is a clear demonstration of just how powerful our "Trade Triangle" long-term strategy is in getting you into the market and keeping you in until the trend ends.

I think it is a great testimony to Reed Hasting who started the company and has seen it grow year in and year out. Can you imagine being that guy from Blockbuster who turned down an offer to buy Netflix in 1999. Ouch! That has got to hurt.

Can Netflix go higher?

That's a question we choose not to answer. We will rely on MarketClub's "Trade Triangle" Technology to alert us that the move is over.

If you're not yet a member of MarketClub, you may not want to miss out on similar opportunities like NetFlix in 2011.

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All the best,
Adam Hewison

President of

Co-Founder of

Rare earth more valuable than gold?

I recently took a trip to China where I was able to explore and get a better firsthand understanding of what is going on in that country, and not just all the hype one reads about.

You can read about my trip and my conclusions right here.

I also think you'll find it interesting that the Shanghai index that we discussed in my earlier blog posting is proving to be accurate.

In today's blog posting we are going to be discussing a resource that China has more of than anywhere else on the planet, rare earth. Continue reading "Rare earth more valuable than gold?"

Adam's 5 Big Market Predictions for 2011

It's that time of year again when everyone who is considered an "expert" comes out of their ivory towers and makes their annual market predictions for the New Year.

It's time to kiss those predictions goodbye.

I can honestly say that I wish I had a crystal ball like these other forecasters, but that's not quite how the markets work. You see, markets don't give a "Rats A**" about what forecasters say or what predictions economists make. The market is the only true voice out there.

Think about that for a moment. How many predictions do you remember that were even close to being spot on a year in advance? I remember several forecasts for 2010 and most of them were far from accurate.

Does it make any sense to trade on a year-end forecast, not knowing what can happen in this crazy world we live in? It doesn't make any sense to me or to other professional traders who never trade based on year-end predictions.

So let's get back to reality and take a look back on 2010 to see what the big trends are showing for 2011.

Continue reading "Adam's 5 Big Market Predictions for 2011"

This little stock could get a lot bigger

Here is an interesting little stock that could get a lot bigger

Here's a little something to consider: the next big battle between Google and Apple in the smart phone arena could very well be voice recognition.

Two weeks ago Google purchased Phonetic Arts who develop speech synthesis technology designed to improve the quality of spoken language. They purchased it to basically beef up their Android OS for smart phones.
Continue reading "This little stock could get a lot bigger"