One of the most enjoyable parts of my job here at TheStreet.com is to point out all of the wonderful commentary and articles that appear every day within TheStreet.com Network.
Even I cannot read every article and piece of commentary -- although I try -- but I want to make sure you're not missing the content that you truly would love to read, and more importantly, profit from. For example, if you do not subscribe to The Daily Swing Trade by Alan Farley, you may not be familiar with the service or some of Alan's great calls.
For starters, The Daily Swing Trade provides subscribers with technical analysis and charting techniques that are applicable across sectors, while adding commentary on stocks and markets. And how about these gains?
On Oct. 20, Alan suggested to his Daily Swing Trade subscribers that they short
. When Alan suggested this trade, PetSmart was trading at $20.72 a share. When Alan closed his PetSmart position one month later on Nov. 20, it was trading at $14.50 a share. Subscribers who followed his advice pocketed a 30% gain.
On Dec. 2, Alan suggested that his subscribers take a long position in
. The stock was trading then at $46.06 a share. When Alan advised his subscribers to sell the position in UTX on Dec. 31, its shares had climbed to $53.80. Subscribers who followed Alan's advice picked up a gain of 22%.
On Dec. 12, Alan wrote to his subscribers to take a long position in
. The stock was trading then at $8.38 a share. Alan advised his subscribers to sell the position when OPTR was trading at $12.12. Subscribers who followed Alan's advice picked up a 45% gain.
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