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Hey everyone, we hope you enjoyed your weekend. We`ve got the recorded classroom sessions from this past week and a new watchlist with some penny stock and option set ups.


1. Stockhaven`s Classroom 5/1/12:

Topics that were included in [2]Stockhaven`s classroom 5/1/12:

* Learning how to read level 2 on big board stocks * When to use a stop loss order * How to grow a small account * Comparing uptrends to downtrends and explaining which ones offer the best trading opportunities and why Links:

2. Topics that were included in [3]Stockhaven`s classroom 5/2/12:

* Reviewing/explaining how we made 1,000% on GMCR options * Are you being greedy without realizing Understanding when you`re asking a chart to “do too much” * What is the “float” How you can find it out and why is it important to know Links:

3. Topics that were included in [4]Stockhaven`s classroom 5/3/12:

* The best way to learn the market – getting to know the market like you get to know your friends * Thoughts on Facebook`s IPO * Whether or not you should hedge your option trades Links:

4. We know we excited a lot of people with our email yesterday [5]explaining how you can make 1,000% gains overnight with options because the feedback has been tremendous! Links:

5. We do want to emphasize to everyone though that just like anything in trading, we emphatically urge all of you to take the time to study options first before making your first trade.

Remember, there is no law that says as soon as you fund your options account or get approved for it you have to start trading them right away. That would actually probably be a good way to lose a lot of money very quickly.

Make sure you`re using the resources we`ve provided and doing a lot of watching first. Hang in the options chat, pick up on the lingo, and follow along with the trades our more experienced traders are making. Doing so will go a long way in helping you gain the knowledge you need to successfully trade options.

The biggest mistake we see people make, in all types of trading, is rushing to learn a new skill. The market is not going anywhere. Whether you learn how to trade options by the end of next week, next month, or next year, there will _always_ be opportunities in the market… so take your time! This week`s watchlist:

_CMG (407.88) _- _losing momentum_ – CMG had been one of the strongest uptrending stocks in 2012 until it suffered a 9% drop from $440 to $400 in late April over a period of 4 days. Following that move lower, CMG was only able to recover 1/2 of its losses, rallying to $420 but has since fallen back towards the key $400 low from late April. However, literally every similar dip in CMG this year has been bought, so why are we bearish on this one Because of the volume. The 9% drop came on the highest volume (so highest supply) since a 14.5% drop from late September to early October.

That pullback also came from what was an all time high, just like $440 was on this recent one. A similar pullback would mean there`s an additional 5.5% to the downside for CMG. That would put CMG somewhere between $375-$380. In order for that level to be play, we`ll need to see CMG break below the key $400 level. The first signal that that is a possibility will be a breakdown below Friday`s low of $406.30. As long as CMG stays below the $420 area, the potential for this down move remains in tact. Selling for $3.20, the 400 strike puts expiring this week could lead to an outsized return if CMG breaks down further this week. ([6]view chart) Links:

6. _GWBU (0.65) _- _accumulation_ – Anyone who followed [7]our initial twitter alert on GWBU on Wednesday has already made over 50%, but this one is setting up like it wants to move higher. After a huge accumulation day on Wednesday, where a couple million shares traded in numerous 100k-200k blocks, the volume dropped off on Thursday and Friday but the price held its gains very well. That`s a good sign because it tells us that even though demand dropped off, supply did not increase, even after a 50% increase. This tells us that whoever accumulated all those shares Wednesday is looking for higher prices before they sell. Key support has been established in the $0.53-$0.57 range but with the stock making higher lows 3 days in a row, we could see support start to emerge around $0.60 this week. Resistance is at $0.68 and then $0.75, with a 3 million share volume day likely required for the stock to break those levels to the upside, at least convincingly. ([8]view chart) Links:

7.!/stockhaven/status/197685643055341568 8. _ADMP (0.69)_ – _consolidating_ – Everything we said about ADMP in [9]our watchlist last week still holds true coming into this week. The stock is still in a great uptrend, and it has stayed above and below the key support and resistance levels we outlined. Thus, there`s no reason to take ADMP off of our watchlist. What we like about ADMP after this past week is the volume drop off we`ve seen at these prices. While maintaining support, ADMP has consolidated on low volume near all time highs, which is great because it means even at these prices supply isn`t exceeding demand. If we see demand pick up just a little bit, we should see a nice move past $0.80. The chart is pretty straight forward going into this week, as long as it holds support in the $0.60-$0.65 range, the potential for a move higher will remain. Watch for a high volume move above $0.72 to signal that $0.80 is coming into play. ([10]view chart) Links:

9. 10. _PCLN (736.07)_ – _earnings_ – PCLN reports earnings Wednesday after hours in what is sure to be one of the most widely followed reports of the quarter. EXPE and TRIP are two stocks in the same sector as PCLN that have seen incredible post earnings moves to the upside in the last 2 weeks. With PCLN being the lion in the jungle when it comes to travel, we anticipate sentiment to be pretty bullish going into the report. Be aware though, due to the high profile nature of PCLN and its propensity for making huge post earnings moves, the premiums are going to be thru the roof. Our bias is that even if PCLN moves higher post earnings it might actually be a shorting opportunity, given the recent volume pattern which shows supply has been at levels not seen since October. Unlike October, when the supply volume traded after PCLN had moved lower, this supply volume traded at all time highs as PCLN had just moved higher. This could prove to be AAPLesque even if PCLN does gap higher. Leading up to the earnings though, we expect there to be some great trade opportunities on the long side as most are likely anticipating a move higher. We`ll be looking to buy calls and sell them before earnings, and then enter a trade post earnings. Unless you`re willing to pay out of your ass in premium, we do not recommend holding thru earnings. ([11]view chart) Links:

11. Others to watch: HLCS/EEDG/GLDG/ELTP/KORS/BIDU/AAPL/AMZN Sincerely, Your STOCKHAVEN Team[12]Stockhaven Chat Room Links:

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