With all of the market's many gyrations over the past couple of weeks, you may have missed some of our contributors' great work, and more importantly, some of their stellar recommendations on which stocks to buy and which ones to avoid.
First, Lenny "Nails" Dykstra continues to add to his wins and the profits he makes for his subscribers to "Nails on the Numbers." Most of you remember Lenny for his legendary baseball career, but since hanging up the cleats a few years ago, he has become a wizard of options trading.
On Aug. 27, Lenny recommended that his subscribers make an options trade with
. On Sept. 19, subscribers who followed Lenny's advice notched a $5,750 gain.
Lenny is also an ace at quick hits. On Sept. 3, Lenny recommended
as an options trade. On Sept. 23, subscribers who followed Lenny's advice pocketed $4,100 in gains. I can't say enough about Lenny. Since he launched "Nails on the Numbers" with TheStreet.com in June, he has racked up $63,100 in profits for his subscribers. Since beginning Nails on the Numbers in March, Lenny's option-picking record is a perfect 76-0, with profits totaling a whopping $199,700. Lenny makes options trading simple.
The great calls keep coming on
, a site that has been created to be your personal stock research department. On Sept. 4,
contributor David Peltier, who also manages
, warned subscribers about
. The stock traded then at $36.82. It has since dropped 50.8% to $18.09 a share. Peltier had another huge call Sept. 18, when he warned against
. The stock traded then at $12.06. It has since dropped 45.9% to $6.52 a share. You really can't afford not to subscribe to
in this environment. Let
be your personal research department.
Frank Curzio, who manages TheStreet.com Stocks Under $10 and hosts
The Real Story podcast
, had two recent calls that paid off handsomely. On Oct. 10, Frank advised his subscribers to buy shares in
. Subscribers who followed Frank's recommendations pocketed a 53% gain in Xoma and a 17% gain in Epiq Systems in just three trading days.
on TheStreet.com Stocks Under $10.
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