(NVDA - Get Report) was an earnings play that handily beat earnings as chip demand aided earnings, yet the stock was down in after-hours trading. However, we are still up 2% since I recommended it.
Grade: C (Have to wait and see how it does)
(ZOLT) was by far my best pick in months. The stock climbed 25% since I first recommended it this week alone; the company is amazing, and this is a classic short squeeze.
(TLCV) was a Sowood (or as Jim Cramer calls it, DeadWood) Capital play. The combination of the volatility markets and the liquidation of the firm's assets sent this stock down 11% this week -- I would still keep an eye on it, though.
(COP) was down 2% for the week. As oil continues to decline in the short term, let this best-of-breed stock come in.
Grade: B+ Goldman Sachs (GS) was a snapback play in my Rocket Stocks update article midweek. It worked for about a day; other than that, subprime-mortgage issues are taking this stock down to unheard-of levels.
Grade: F Microvision (MVIS) was also a snapback play in my Rocket Stocks update article; shares climbed as much as 9% since Wednesday. The company reported great earnings coupled with the signing of a major deal with Motorola (MOT) a few weeks ago.