Posts Tagged ‘ trading ideas ’

Trade Commentary: Is Ciena in the Early Stages of a Bigger Move?

Feb 14th, 2014 | By | Category: General Comments, Steven Spencer (Steve's) Blogs, Trading Ideas
In this short clip from Friday's AM Meeting I discuss why I'm looking to build a long position in CIEN. Being on the lookout for stocks that have enormous longer term upside are what helped me focus fairly early on FSLR, GMCR, NFLX in late 2012 and CREE in 2013. Steven Spencer is the co-founder of SMB Capital and SMB University and has traded professionally for 17 years. His email address is sspencer@smbcap.com. Steven Spencer is long CIEN Read more [...]


Capturing 20 Points in $TSLA (Power Point Edition)

Jan 17th, 2014 | By | Category: General Comments
Below is our fifth installment of the 2014 edition of The PlayBook Checkup with Bella, author of One Good Trade and The PlayBook. During these educational sessions a trade archived by a new trader from our desk will be reviewed by Bella… usually. For this learning event we did something different! A trader from the SMBU Trading Community, but not our desk, presented a trade virtually. Trader Deb K is a recent graduate of SMB DNA 2013. Attendance is free for SMBU Tools subscribers, who can also ask questions during the event. See the PowerPoint version of $TSLA Intraday Trend Trade After Reversal off Double Bottom below. Read more [...]


AM Meeting March 14th – $SRPT, $VMW, $LNKD, $BBRY, $NFLX, $GMCR, $MLNX

Mar 14th, 2013 | By | Category: General Comments, SMB on TV, Steven Spencer (Steve's) Blogs, Trading Ideas
*No Relevant Positions 1 week trial of SMB Scanner, Stocks in Play and SMB Real Time Read more [...]


Live From the Trading Floor – 10.17.12

Oct 17th, 2012 | By | Category: General Comments, SMB on TV, Steven Spencer (Steve's) Blogs
Steve will be broadcasting every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11:15 am EDT and you will have the opportunity to chat with him through our new Stocktwits chat feature. Don't miss it! In today's show Steve Breaks down the big picture via the SPY (0-2) Talks earnings stocks IBM CREE Discusses why he traded FTNT long (6-7) Discusses 2nd Day Play UNH Analyzes SMB Radar "weak today" ABT APOL CL RYL (9-12) Steve Spencer *No relevant positions Read more [...]


Live From The Trading Floor – 10.12.12

Oct 12th, 2012 | By | Category: General Comments, SMB on TV, Steven Spencer (Steve's) Blogs
Steve will be broadcasting every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11:15 am EDT and you will have the opportunity to chat with him through our new Stocktwits chat feature. Don't miss it! In todays show Steve Discusses how he has traded AAPL for the past week and his reasoning (first 5 minutes) Breaks down how to manage a position in MCP Teaches why most of the time it is counterproductive to short large gap ups on Day 1 SRPT JBHT Outlines INFY as a reversal play for the afternoon (minute 24) Click here to watch it Steve Spencer *No relevant positions Read more [...]


Midday Review – May 25th 2012

May 25th, 2012 | By | Category: General Comments
On this review, Steve reviews PAY and explains why we focus on trading stocks with this pattern. Also references GMCR, NTAP and FB. * No relevant positions To watch these midday ideas live through SMB Real Time, sign up below 1 week trial of SMB Scanner, Stocks in Play and SMB Real Time Read more [...]


Midday Idea – April 17th 2012

Apr 17th, 2012 | By | Category: Gilbert Mendez's (Gman's) Blogs
Disclosure: Short $CIE and $ECYT To watch these morning ideas live through SMB Real Time, sign up below 1 week trial of SMB Scanner, Stocks in Play and SMB Real Time Read more [...]


AM idea – March 16th 2012

Mar 16th, 2012 | By | Category: Gilbert Mendez's (Gman's) Blogs
Disclosure:Short $PWRD, $P Long: $FSLR, $JCP To watch these morning ideas live through SMB Real Time, sign up below   Try all our trading tools for 2 months*SMB Radar not included Read more [...]


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