Our traders are good but you knew that! Check out their latest picks that paid.
On December 1st the Chairwoman came down on credit cards and rang up a profit. At the time she suggested shortingCapital One . “The next problem is consumer receivables, auto loans and credit card loans. Capital One has them all in a very big way.”
Looks like Finerman knows a short play when she see it. Her trade has returned 29% since Capital One posted a loss of over $3/share on Thursday.
On January 9th the Pit Boss dove head first into a stock that many thought wasn’t going anywhere. At the time he suggested longPalm . “They have a new hand held device that has touch attached to it, it’s gotten everybody excited.”
Najarian’s Palm play left his hands full of cash. Since his long call, Palm has climbed nearly 27%.
On December 29th the Negotiator came up with a bright idea when he suggested shortingAcuity . At the time he thought the firm would be vulnerable to commercial real estate woes because “these guys make lighting fixtures for malls and commercial buildings.”
What can we say, Adami saw the light. His short call returned 15%.
On January 14th the Wolf had a craving for Apple after the stock sold-off on concerns about the health of CEO Steve Jobs. At the time he said, “Apple for my money is a trading buy.”
Macke’s Apple trade was sweet. After his long call the stock popped 12% largely due to a blow-out quarter.