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  • American Intl Group, Inc. (AIG) - Shares of American Intl Group, Inc. dropped below $39 on Wednesday. Ambac Financial Group, Inc. (ABK) - Shares of Ambac Financial Group, Inc. fell on Tuesday after a worse than expected earnings report. 0.65. When Ambac breaks back above $1.00, I will get involved again. A break above $124 would be very bullish going forward. I am very surprised by this and will try again on a break above $2.12. Keep an eye on $2.71, I close above this level would be very bullish for the short term. If Bank of America fell back below $13.50, I'd begin scaling back in for the long term. 13 support on Thursday and then bounced about 2.5% Bank of America corp needs to hold $13 on the downside or we could see a move toward $12.20-$12.50. If we see a correction below $35, AIG becomes a strong buy for atleast a bounce.

     

    Baidu, Inc. (BIDU) - Shares of Baidu, Inc. have support around $78, if we see a pullback to this level, I'd be a buyer of Baidu. Hoku Scientific, Inc. (HOKU) - HOKU trendy boutique soared Wednesday on news that the company sold a stake to Tianwei New Energy Holdings Co. I am watching for a break back into the $4's or a pullback below $3 to buy for a trade. Clearly, company operating conditions can change quickly in a stock market recovery. On the upside, you can also buy FAS when it breaks the $9.31 high from Thursday. I think you can start buying Cisco Systems for the long term down here below $22. Pullbacks below $148 continue to be a buy for the long term. The bounce off the low was very powerful and a short term bottom may be in. Value stocks may be growth or income stocks, and their low PE ratio may reflect the fact that they have fallen out of favor with investors for some reason. Daily Finan. Bull 3X Shs(ETF)(FAS) - FAS rebounded as well on Monday but hit another low at $69.06.

     

     

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