Not Dead Yet

If you are one of the eight people trading tomorrow, I wish you well. I'll check out the first hour, but I will likely divert my attention elsewhere after that. I've been impressed with how the momo names recaptured some mojo today, as well as big names like Apple (AAPL), by finding buyers going into Black Friday.

A few names might be down in the dumps, but not dead. Both PMC-Sierra (PMCS) and Sarepta (SRPT) are showing signs of life and may produce a nice gap fill before the end of the year. The caveat is both have been beaten so hard that they are nearly impossible to hold into the final weeks due to the fear of tax-loss selling. If you enter a position now that has had a bad year so far, you have to consider tax-loss selling as a possible weight....179 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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