A Quick Look at 10 Charts

No April Fool's jokes from this guy today. In fact, I would recommend avoiding all social media and as many elementary and middle school children as you can today. Unless they are yours, then that is pretty much a given most days. Instead, here's a quick look at 10 charts for Tuesday that might not make you look like a fool if you consider going long.

Up first, Agrium (AGU) had a nice breakout yesterday from a rising wedge. This stock, as well as others, including Potash (POT) and Adecoagro (AGRO) looks very bullish. It is certainly time to give this sector a good look. If you missed the breakout yesterday, I do think there is still time, but if you aren't chasing in any of these names, then selling puts about 3% out-of-the-money looks like a good play. Watch the RSI on AGU as any move back below 70 has been a big rough. I do think it will see $100 pretty quickly....852 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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