In this edition of The Rundown, we continue to look at the more recent ALERTS! and their various performance measures as well as highlighting some of the newest ALERTS! that have triggered. Note that there are a few that have been closed as well. Below is a table showing the ALERTS! that are still active.
The basic premise of the TPR ALERTS! program is that the positions have a time or price (stops/targets) limitation. Unless otherwise noted, these should be observed as the idea of “playing by the rules” as opposed to using gut instinct or emotions is probably a better course of action for you as an investor.
While the ALERTS! generate triggers for each position and will include all of the pricing information, subscribers will need to stay on top of the levels outlined. Of course, there will also be interim updates on
Markets have dropped down since our last edition of the TriggerPoint ALERTS! Highlights and Summary with a low established on May 18th at 1,291.98 in the S&P 500. In our previous update, we warned subscribers of further downside and cautioned increasing or adding any new long positions. Despite this word of warning two TriggerPoint Breaking Up ALERTS! were alerted which included United Therapeutics Corp. (UTHR) and Rangold Resources (GOLD). We will provide more in depth detail on these positions later on.
Since the last summary, many ALERTS! expired due to the 30-Day holding period “rule” and there was a slight lull in the number of ALERTS! during the sloping markets between April 20th – April 30th. TriggerPoint Research did however host a very exciting live blogging eventwhich highlighted some great intra-day trades for those who are active in the market. Check out the Latest ALERT! section for a summary of the action. As markets tumbled over the last week, many of our Breaking Up ALERTS! were hit hard. There were 8 ALERTS! from the last period with 7 of those being Breaking Up ALERTS!. The ALERTS! managed to stay positive on an average basis over a 1-day holding period but have lagged slightly on a 5-day and since inception. Some stops were reassessed on existing positions to give some further guidance during this market downtrend.