Three New Plays

The market continues to claw its way back to breakeven after this morning's tumultuous selloff. I'm sure the half-percent drop had folks peering out the window wondering if they should take a plunge. It's as if bears go into prevent defense when they get a 3-0 lead a few minutes into the game.

There is just nothing aggressive coming from the bears in the equity market. A few individual names like SodaStream (SODA) and Joy Global (JOYG) were hit hard on earnings, among other names. Also, we've seen gold and silver names take a shot to the chin, but most of these have had good runs recently. I haven't made any adjustments to SODA thus far, as I would imagine it would need a recovery into the $43-$44 area for an adjustment or a trade to even consider merit. For now, the trade sums up the month of February for me ... which was a polar opposite to January....367 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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