May 2, 2018
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One of my favorite ways to spot opportunity in the market is by buying fear. Just as filthy rich investors have done before me.

But given 80 million retiring baby boomers, new innovation, surging merger and acquisition activity, and heavy demand for care, oversold opportunities become even more attractive. We’ve spotted three and expect to see at least 50% returns from each with patience.

Next, Lee Gettess provides us with his S&P and bond market predictions for the coming week.

Then, Jea Yu explains ways to relieve stress in the beginning so you can improve your trading.

Last, Wendy Kirkland wraps up with her Prime Entry Profits (PEP) Rally Newsletter.


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Biotech Stocks: Three of the Most Oversold Giants

by Ian Cooper

One of my favorite ways to spot opportunity in the market is by buying fear.

Just as filthy rich investors have done before me.

Buffett advises to be greedy when others are fearful. Baron Rothschild advised to buy the blood in the streets, even if the blood was your own. Sir John Templeton advised to buy excessive pessimism.

One of the most beaten up sectors in recent weeks has been biotech.

But given 80 million retiring baby boomers, new innovation, surging merger and acquisition activity, and heavy demand for care, oversold opportunities become even more attractive.

We’ve spotted three and expect to see at least 50% returns from each with patience.

Biotech took quite a hit with the broader market recently.

But as the fear begins to dissipate, we’re beginning to find inexpensive bargains, like Amgen (AMGN). After pulling back from $190 to $170, the stock appears to have caught support, now consolidating just below $175 a share. From here, we’d like to see a potential re-test of $190 highs.

We can profit from a potential move higher by buying to open the AMGN June 15, 2018 175 calls at market prices. The stock is far too cheap here especially after posting better than expected earnings.

Even Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) is on sale.

After pulling back from $146 a share, the stock caught triple bottom support just under $127. From here, we’re looking for a potential bearish gap refill around $142.50, near-term. We can potentially profit from JNJ by buying to open the JNJ June 15, 2018 125 calls at market, too.

One of the most unfairly beaten down stocks is also Bristol Myers (BMY).

The stock plummeted on news that a rival cancer drug could perform better than the one it’s been working on. But what BMY has is just as incredible. Its Opdivo drug was found to reduce the risk of progression or death by up to 42% as compared to chemotherapy in first-line lung cancer patients with high tumor mutational burden.

As you can see in the BMY chart, the sell off is considerably overdone.

Biotech Stocks: Three of the Most
Oversold Giants


Lee Gettess' Market Sense

by Lee Gettess

Lee Gettess is a top trader who is excited to bring you his video newsletter. Each week, Lee will share his predictions on what he anticipates from the bond and S&P markets.

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Start with Relieving Stress

by Jea Yu

The following is an excerpt from Jea Yu's Trading Full Circle

Remove Your Blotter

The majority of all stress related to trading comes when money is the main focus. Telling yourself not to think about the money is easier said than done. During the training phase, you must absolutely not be exposed to the money factor, even when you are trading 100 share minimum lots. By removing this money component, you will relieve a significant amount of stress.

The action here is to physically remove visual access to your profit/loss balance. Do it cold turkey. The only thing you want to have open is the actual trade confirmations and open positions. If the blotter is part of the open positions, then try to reshape the window to not display the profit/loss balance portion. This simple action allows you to focus solely on the art of the trade.

In fact, if you look back at your prior blowouts, most of the time, the stress came from constantly watching your profit/loss balance blotter throughout the day. This damaging measure of performance brings about tremendous unnecessary tension, especially during losses from the top and draw-downs. Constantly watching a negative profit/loss balance throughout the day subconsciously creates the feeling of regression and falling behind. By physically removing access to your blotter (and consciously preventing yourself from peeking), you can create a more viable stress-free environment.

Write It, Don’t Bite It: Keep a Journal

At the end of the day, you should keep your journal as if you were a psychiatrist with a patient, or a boxing coach with an athlete, and objectively analyze and document his progress. A journal should be a third party analysis of the “client”.

Unlike other types of trading journals, we are not keeping tracking of every single trade and the premises and results. You already have a record of that in your trading software and blotter.

Relieve Stress


Prime Entry Profits (PEP)

by Wendy Kirkland

Every day Wendy shares her Prime Entry Profits (PEP) Rally Newsletter. The following is her thought for the week, along with what she expects this week in trading.

Thought for the Week: Whatever feelings you have within you are attracting your tomorrow. Worry attracts more worry. Anxiety attracts more anxiety. Unhappiness attracts more unhappiness. Dissatisfaction attracts more dissatisfaction.


Joy attracts more joy. Happiness attracts more happiness. Peace attracts more peace. Gratitude attracts more gratitude. Kindness attracts more kindness. Love attracts more love.

Your job is an inside one. To change your world, all you have to do is change the way you feel inside. How easy is that?

Daily Forecast: Indices opened negative. By mid-day markets rose and Nasdaq and S&P were positive. The DOW closed at -64, Nasdaq +64, S&P +6.

Be sure to check earnings dates.

AIG- American International Group - P3
AMGN- Amgen - P3
KO- Coca Cola - P3
GM- General Motors - P3
GILD- Gilead - P3
HD- Home Depot - P3
NFLX- Netflix - P3
SPY- S&P 500 - P3

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