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Contributing Staff: Michael King, Charles Moskowitz

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Charles Moskowitz Discussion

We have one open long position:

SNSS Aug 3.00 Calls

Funds  in Use $ 560               


Week 31 was very quiet for us.  We had only one trade that resulted in a minor loss of $102.  YTD gains are $5,777 and we are carrying only one open position that has no value.


Last week I turned decidedly bearish in this space and simply didn’t want to be a buyer in the ever narrowing leadership.  As it relates to the major indexes I certainly don’t wish to fight the Fed or the tape, but so far we have bounced off the important support areas in the S&P500 in early July and last week made a higher low.  The Dow broke that 200 day MA in early July and again last week with a lower low and a reflex rally.  The Russell pierced the MA but never closed below it, and the Utilities look like they may be trying to make a bottom.  Last but not least, the NYSE Composite, probably the broadest of indexes is in a clear 3 month downtrend and can’t seem to get above the 200 day MA and stay there.  Although it has found support in the 10,600-10,650 areas it looks like it is in danger or a serious rollover.


For these reasons and the fact that it is summer, with lower volume, I am not favorably disposed to be looking for too many trades.  I still favor the cyber security stocks (CYBR, FTNT and HACK), and selectively biotech.  The one that we are long in the $100,000 account, GILD had earnings this week and although it is trading @ $117, it is one of the cheapest plays in the field.  We’ve not played the options since they were very expensive coming into earnings and now I will look at them again since with the numbers already reported the volatility has been diminished.


The other issue is a function of my trading philosophy…I like to define the risks taken.  To me, this means that I tend to buy options (and stocks) at or near important support.  This means that I can be “right or I am right out” with a defined risk.  While the market continues to make new highs over the past 10 months, we haven’t made a significant new high since the 3.5% from the November highs to early December.  The market feels tired.

Options Trade Alerts

Market Strategies $10,000 Trading Account Trade Table

New Trades

1)  Buy 6 MOS August $ 42.50 Calls @ $ 1.05     ( or Better )

2)  Buy 12 HACK August $ 31 Calls @  $ 0.40

Sold 5 SJM August 110 Calls
       225 Loss
Sold 6 LULU August 60 Puts
         54 Gain
Bought 6 LULU August 60 Puts
Bought 5 SJM August 110 Calls
Bought  8 SNSS August 3 Calls


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The Quantity and Strike Price for each trade is specific. 1=January, 2=February Trading is hypothetical. We may trade weekly options and they are noted: SPY 1/25 147 for SPY Jan 25th 147 Calls or Puts.

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MARKET Laboratory – Weekly Changes

Prices are copied from Barron’s Weekly and Yahoo Finance and may be incorrect.






S&P 5002103.84






Russell 20001238.68



Nasdaq100 4588.91



Gold (spot)1094.90



  Silver 1474.5






Heating Oil158.89



Unleaded Gas1.7720



Natural Gas2.716






Put/Call RatiosS&P 100



Put/Call RatiosCBOE Equity




Bonds155-30  +1-11

2.97% -0.25%

10 Yr. Note127-14 +23          2.27% -14%





CRB InflationIndex




Barron’s* Confidence77.9





5 Yr. Note119-27  +136

1.62% -0.05%





DJ Utilities583.94











M1 Money  Supply+4.95%

July 20th

M-2 MoneySupply


July 20th









* Component Change in the Confidence Index

M1…all money in hands of the public, Time Deposits Traveler’s Checks, Demand Deposits

M2.. adds Savings and Money Market Accounts both compared with the previous year.

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Market Strategies Technical Information

Support/Resistance Levels:          SUPPORT                      RESISTANCE


S&P 500                                  2060                              2,108

Dow                                  17,470                            17,880

QQQ                                     110.30                            113.50

Transports                                8190                               8520

NASDAQ                                 5070                               5240


$100,000 Trading Portfolio Stock Positions and Trades

Each stock is allocated a theoretical $ 5,000 share of the portfolio unless otherwise indicated.                        



 Purchase PricePurchase DateStop/Loss Price/

Date Sold Profit/

(Loss)SNSS 12002.95      06/26   DSX  500  7.05      05/18   CRM  10072.90      04/29   GILD  50102.73      03/03   ARRY 500  8.02      02/24   NAT   300

Sold 20010.16      02/13 14.40  06/25   $ 848NBG  6001.40      02/17   BAC. Wts 5,000 lots0.7411      12/26   BSBR  5004.84     12/18   SAN  6008.40     12/16   AA  50014.21     10/16   FCX 15034.99     09/09   NBG 300  2.95     05/19   RPTP 200

Sold 20015.37     01/16 16.09  06/25  $ 144NBG 3004.088/12   TEXQY* 2006.567/11   REPR* 50000.2210/22/12.28 sco

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For those of you who do not buy puts to protect your portfolio, there are many ETF’s that are the inverse of the DOW. The symbols are DOG, DXD, SDS,TZA and RWM, which go up when the  DOW, S&P 500 and Russell 2000 go down and down when they go up. The DZZ goes up double when gold goes down.


Market Strategies

$100,000 Trading Account

New Options Trades

1) Buy 12 MOS August $ 42.50 Calls @ $ 1.05

2) Buy  24 HACK August $ 31 Calls   @ $ 0.40

There was only one closed long option position;  the S&P August 7th 210 Puts bought at $ 1.07 and then sold at $ 0.90 for a loss of $ 204. There were no closed out stock positions.

For the entire week we lost $ 204.  

For the full year to date, we have gains of $ 17,384


Open position losses increased to $ 11,086.


The options expire on the third Friday of each Month unless otherwise posted.


The Stock table has the following  17 positions:



The options call for a $ 2,500 investment unless otherwise stated; each stock position requires $5,000 unless otherwise mentioned specifically


We are basing money management on a hypothetical

$ 100,000 and are using a total of $58, 505 for the 17 open stock positions.

There is one long option position requiring $ 1,120 totaling $ 59,625, leaving $ 40,375 in Cash.

These figures are approximate and there might be errors. We have not counted the dividends received from Apple, JP Morgan, North American Tankers, Santander, Blue Capital Reinsurance and others.

Executions that have occurred at or near the open or close of trading sometimes vary from our actual numbers.  For example, when something opens down and it is through our price, we take the next trade whether it is an uptick or continues lower.  This sometimes results in a 50% trade that is slightly above or below the exact number…

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Previous Week’s Recommendations and

Rules for the Market Strategies

$100,000 Portfolio Trading Account

  • All options count for about $ 2,500.00 for model portfolio calculations unless otherwise stated
  • When the option has doubled sell half the position
  • Stop Loss protection is either half or offered with each trade
  • The cost of the option is the asking price (or the price between the bid and ask, whichever is more realistic)
  • The options will be followed until closed out.
  • Option Symbols are stock symbol with expiration month and strike price
Option           COST Date Sold Date Profit/(Loss)
LULU August 60


0.8507/21/150.9407/22/15$ 108SJM August 110

10 lotsCalls

0.8507/20/150.4007/24/15( $ 450 )SNSS August 3Calls



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This Weeks’ Economic Numbers

Earnings Releases and Media Data

Monday Arkansas Best ( ARCB 0.73 vs 0.63 ) Clorox ( CLX 1.37  vs 1.30 ) Loews Corp ( L 0.75 vs 0.79 ) Noble Energy ( NBL 0.06 vs 0.87 ) Tyson Foods

 ( TSN 0.92 vs 0.75 ) Diamond Offshore ( DO 0.47 vs 0.66 )

08:30 hrs Personal Income June ( 0.3% vs 0.5% )

Personal Spending ( 0.2% vs 0.9% )

CORE PCE Prices 0.2% vs 0.1% )

10:00 hrs ISM Index ( 53.7 vs 53.5 )

10:00 hrs Construction Spending June ( 0.6% vs 0.8% )

17:00 hrs Auto Sales  July ( NA vs 5.6 Mln Units )

Truck Sales ( NA vs 8.0  Mln Units )

Allstate ( ALL 1.02 vs 1.01 ) Avis Budget ( CAR 0.68 vs 0.68 ) Delek US Holdings ( DKL 1.09 vs 1.16 ) Tenet Healthcare ( THC ( 0.45 vs 0.17 ) TuesdayAetna ( AET 1.82 vs 1.49 ) Beazer Homes (  BZH 0.41 vs 0.25 ) Coach ( 0.29 vs 0.59 ) Kellogg ( K 0.92 vs 1.02 ) Martin Marrieta ( MLM 1.60 vs 1.34 )  MGM Resorts ( MGM 0.10 vs 0.21 ) Mosaic ( MOS 0.90 vs 0.70 ) Scotts Miracle Grow ( SMG 2.55 vs 2.34 ) Sprint ( S -0.05 vs 0.01 ) Zoetis ZTS 0.38 vs 0.38

10:00 hrs Factory Orders June ( 1.8% vs -1.0% )

Alleghany Corp ( Y 7.42 vs 9.06 ) Clayton Williams ( CWEI -1.12 vs 0.77 )  Nabors Industries ( NBR -0.09 vs 0.24 ) Walt Disney ( DIS 1.42 vs 1.28 )WednesdayAvnet ( AVT 1.08 vs 1.14 ) Goodrich Petroleum ( GDP -0.29 vs -0.49 ) Gray television ( GTN 0.13 vs 0.03 ) Holly Frontier ( HFC 1.29 vs 0.89 ) Motorola Solutions ( MSI 0.54 vs 0.47 ) Time Warner ( TWX 1.03 vs 0.98 )

07:00 hrs MBA Mortgage Index  8/01  ( NA vs 0.8% )

08:15 hrs  ADP Employment Change July  ( 220K vs 237K )

08:30 hrs Trade Balance  June ( -$ 42.7Bln vs -$ 41.9Bln

10:00 hrs ISM Services July ( 56.3 vs 56.0 )

10:30 hrs Crude Inventories   08/01 ( NA vs -4.203 Mln Bbls )

Andersons ( ANDE 1.02 vs 1.56 ) Babcock and Wilcox ( BWXT 0.52 vs 0.44 ) Dry Ships ( DRYS 0.06 vs -0.01 ) Jazz Pharma ( JAZZ 2.41 vs 2.05 )  Marathon  Oil ( MRO -0.23 vs 0.89 ) Tesla Motors ( TSLA -0.59 vs 0.11 )

Tesoro ( TSO  3.94 vs 1.70 ) Transocean ( RIG 0.50 vs 1.61 )ThursdayApache ( APA -0.30 vs 1.67 ) Brinker ( EAT 0.95 vs 0.85 ) Cooper Tire  ( CTB 0.70 vs 0.59 ) Duke Energy ( DUK  0.99 vs 1.11 ) Hecla Mining ( HL -0.01 vs 0.00 )   Mylan Labs ( MYL 0.91 vs 0.69 ) Sally Beauty ( SBH 0.46 vs 0.43 ) Teekay Shipping ( TK 0.21 vs 0.28 ) Viacom ( VIAB  1.47 vs 1.42 ) York Water ( YORW 0.25 )

08:30 hrs Initial Claims 08/01 ( 271K vs 267K )

08:30 hrs Continuing Claims 07/25 ( 2238K vs 2262K )

10:30 hrs Natural Gas Inventories 08/01 ( NA vs 52 bcf )

EOG ( 0.10 vs 1.45 ) Nu Skin ( NUS 0.73 vs 1.13 ) Zynga ( ZNGA -0.02 vs -0.07 )FridayEnerplus ( ERF 0.06 vs 0.20 ) Groupon ( GRPN 0.02 vs 0.01 ) Hershey Foods

( HSY 0.75 vs 0.76 ) Magnum Hunter ( MHR – 0.37 vs -0.09 )

8:30 hrs Nonfarm Payrolls July ( 227K vs 223K )

Private Payrolls 223K vs 223K )

Unemployment Rate July ( 5.3% vs Same )

Hourly Earnings July ( 0.2% vs 0.0% )

Average Workweek ( 34.5 hrs vs 34.5 hrs )

15: 00 hrs Consumer Credit ( $ 17Bln vs $ 16.1 Bln )

Berkshire Hathaway ( BRK.B  2,962.61 )




Market Strategies Fundamentals

The D J Transportation Index jumped 319.39 points or 3.96% last week leaving all other indexes behind. The S&P 500 gained 24.19 points or 1.16%; the Russell added 12.69 or 1.03%; Nasdaq added 39.65 points or 0.78% while the Dow was up the least just 121.33 or 0.69%.


18 out of the 20 in the Dow Tranny Index  catapulted  and the expeditors outperformed.

CH Robinson Worldwide ( CHRW: $ 70.15 ) + $ 5.84 or  +9.1%. Expeditors International  ( $ 46.87 ) + $ 2.61 or +6% ; Federal Express ( FDX: $  164.11 )  rose $ 7.31 or 4.5%. United Parcel Service ( UPS: $ $ 102.36 ) + $ 7.61 or 8%; Avis  ( CAR: $ 43.43 ) + $ 2.85 or 7%. Matson

( MATX: $ 41.42 ) + $ 1.22 + 3.1% operates logistics as well as ocean transportation.


The Freight  companies  were not far behind. The rails had substantial gains led by both Kansas City Southern ( KSU: $ 99.19 ) + $ 6.19 or + 6.7% and  Union Pacific ( UNP: $ 97.59 )  + $ 4.98 or 5.4%. The truckers were led by J B Hunt ( JBHT: $ 84.12 ) + $ 1.90 or 2.3% followed by

Landstar Systems ( LSTR: $ 72.03 ) + $ 1.54 or 2.1%.CSX ( CSX:  $ 31.28 )  gained just $ 0.47.


The airlines were led by Southwest ( LUV: $ 36.20 ) + $ 1.20 ) or 3.4%. Alaska Air ( ALK: $ $ 75.75 ) + $ 1.65 or  + 1.6%. There were only two losers on the entire board: United Continental

( UAL $ 56.39 ) – $ 0.10 and Kirby ( KEX: $ 72.41 – $ 0.22.  The airlines had on average the smallest gains of all the members on the index. However, a non-member of the Transportation Index, Virgin America ( VA: $ 33.34 ) + $ 4.61 +16% was the top transportation performer. Virgin made $ 1.46 for the quarter and beat top line revenues  by 5% on $ 400.90 million. Lower fuel prices benefiited all of them.


Otherwise, a very small number of well-known names benefitted the overall indexes. Amazon

( AMZN: $ 536.15 ) up $ 6.73 for the week adding to its $ 46.41 rally the previous week. Gilead Sciences ( GILD: $ $ 117.86 ) + $ 5 and Walt Disney ( DIS: $ 120 ) + $ 1.09 last week,  but up consistently, and  about $ 30 a share since February. As a result there is a lack of breadth advancers leading over decliners. However, as you can see from the Market Laboratory there is already an overwhelming group of bears 40.7% to just 21% bullish according to the AAII Confidence Index. As Charles always says; everyone ( the bears ) can’t be right although we are entering the most bearish seasonal historically.


August through September has more often then not been bearish and now the bulls are additionally faced with a Fed Chair intent of raising rates. The bond market charts are challenging all of that. Rates have favored Utilities which led all Dow Industrial groups last week up a not  too  shabby 3.88%. Industrials in second place were a far behind plus 2.33% and Health Care rose 2.28%. Basic Materials reversed their losing ways up 1.88%. Telecommunications added 1.54%; Consumer Services rose 1.46%; Consumer Goods gained 1.39% and Financials up 0.29%. Technology rose just 0.07%. Oil and Gas were the only negative group off 0.24%.


Market Strategies Economic Data

The Employment Cost Index rose 0.2% in Q2 2015 after a 0.7% increase in the first quarter. The Briefing.com consensus expected employment costs to rise 0.6%


That was the smallest increase in employment costs since the index was created in 2001.

Despite what many consider to be a tightening labor market, employers still have the upper hand when it comes to compensation. There seems to be very little competition to attract employees, which would drive up wages and benefits spending.  Year-over-year, employment costs are up only 2.0%, which is in-line with the Fed’s inflation target. In other words, real expected compensation growth is flat. The big change from Q1 to Q2 was in bonuses for “sales and related” positions.  Benefits growth was very sluggish and was affected by special factors.


The Chicago PMI unexpectedly jumped to 54.7 in July from 49.4 in June. The Briefing.com consensus estimate was only 50.5. The gain ended two consecutive months of contractions. There was a large improvement in production, as the related index increased to 61.8 in July from 49.8 in June. The production gain came on the heels of strengthening growth in the new orders index (58.5 from 51.7)


The final estimate for Michigan Consumer Sentiment in July was 93.1, lower than the Briefing.com consensus of 94.0 and the reading of 93.3 from the preliminary report. The index is down from 96.1 in June, which had been the best reading since January

The Expectations Index was revised down from 85.2 in the preliminary reading Like the Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index, the drop in sentiment was likely caused by negative economic reports out of Europe which offset positive indicators such as improved labor market conditions and lower gasoline prices


Market Strategies Cycles

August  has been one of the  worst performing months . It is the worst DJIA and S&P 500 month from 1988-2014 with average declines of 1.1% and 0.8% respectively. August is also the worst month for NASDAQ (–0.1%) and second worst for Russell 2000 (–0.5%) over the same time period. In pre-election years since 1950, Augusts’ rankings improve: #5 DJIA, #6 S&P 500, #8 NASDAQ (since 1971), #8 Russell 1000 and #9 Russell 2000 (since 1979).


The first nine trading days of the month have exhibited weakness while mid-month is strongest. Note the bullish cluster from August 14-19. The end of August tends to get whacked as traders evacuate Wall Street for the summer finale. The last five days have suffered in 13 of the last 19 years with the S&P 500 up only four times on the next to last day in the past 19 years. In the last 19 years, the last five days of August have averaged losses of: Dow Jones Industrials, –1.3%; S&P 500, –1.2%; NASDAQ, –0.9% and Russell 2000, –0.3%.

Undervalued Small Cap Stocks

International Star ( ILST: 0.0003 )*  International Star is a junior mining Company with claims in the Black Mountains of NW Arizona. Its primary focus is to bring the Van Deeman gold project into production thereby generating cash flow to enable growth and sustainability.



Enzo Biochem ( ENZ  3.00 )  Buy on a dip to below $ 2.80  or  $ 3.18 x on a rally out of the present trading range.  The short position had risen to 2.155 million shares as of June 15.. The company has revenue of about $ 100 million per year. This pressure has been against the stock since May and now may be ending. I would expect the stock to start to recover to much higher levels.  When AmpiProbe is approved the top line revenue should start to show a increase within 3-4 months of approval (product rollout, packaging, etc..). Enzo should be included in the Russell next year if all of this comes to pass. Upside pressure is likely for the stock.


RMS Medical Systems, Inc ( REPR 0..335 )*  . The company is poised for world-wide growth. The Freedom 60 is being marketed in Europe as well as gaining a footing among home-care professionals in America. International sales increased 47.8% first quarter 2015 up from same quarter 2014. U.S. sales were down 10%. Some of the First Quarter Sales were completed in the previous quarter. The RescueVac is used in ambulances and planes for emergency suction.


Immune Therapeutics, Inc. (  IMUN 0.20  )* Buy now. IMUN  is a specialty pharmaceutical company formed by patients funded by patients involved in the manufacturing, distribution and marketing of patented therapies to combat chronic, life-threatening diseases through the activation and modulation of the body’s immune system.   The Company’s technology platform is built on two different immunotherapies, Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) and Methionine-Enkephalin (MENK).  These proprietary technologies exploit the power of the body’s own immune system to find and kill diseased cells. We have bought the shares.

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) is a proprietary immunotherapy for the treatment of autoimmune diseases, HIV/AIDS, opportunistic infections, cancer and a range of other serious diseases. LDN works by boosting levels of endorphins (peptides produced in the brain and adrenal glands). These natural peptides are also powerful modulators of the immune system. In order for the body to maintain good health and wellness, there is a balance of the immune system between the cellular (Th1) and the humoral (Th2) immune systems. Immune balance is regulated through T-helper cells that produce cytokines. The Th1 lymphocytes help fight pathogens that are within cells like cancer and viruses through activation of interferon-gamma and macrophages. The Th2 lymphocytes target external pathogens like parasites, allergens, toxins through the activation of B-cells

In order for the body to maintain good health and wellness, there is a steady state of balance of the immune system between the cellular and humoral immunity as well as the regulatory T-cells that keep things under control.

When there is an excess of Th1 responses or cellular immunity conditions such as Crohn’s disease, Type 1 diabetes mellitus and graft versus host diseases result. When there is over activity of the humoral immune system the body over reacts to allergens or even itself (autoimmunity). And with less cellular surveillance cancer can occur. What the body needs to remain healthy is a balance of the immune system. LDN is a compound that works on the body’s natural opioid system to restore immune balance.



OTCQB listed Company FONU2 Inc.(OTCQB:  FONU)  ( FONU: $ 0.25)

Gov. Nathan Deal announced today that Georgia-lensed feature film and television productions generated an economic impact of more than $6 billion during fiscal year 2015 (July 1, 2014-June 30, 2015). This was the result of 248 film and television productions that were shot in Georgia during the year.  The state’s first Marvel production, ‘Ant-Man,’ is set to open in theaters July 17.  Georgia’s pro business environment combined with true public private partnership offers has caused Moon River Studios, the largest film studio project in the Country, to locate in Coastal Georgia, just outside of historic Savannah.


FONU is a film studio and social commerce company that is actively developing a 1,560 acre film studio complex in Effingham County, Georgia. The studio operates under the name Moon River Studios, Inc., inspired by Savannah musician Johnny Mercer’s song “Moon River” from Breakfast at Tiffany’s. The property is approximately twice the size of Central Park, and is located only minutes from downtown Savannah, where projects ranging from Forest Gump to Magic Mike XXL have all been filmed. The Company’s recently announced the acquisition of the assets of Applebox productions, a film equipment rental house.  This acquisition makes FONU the largest player in Savannah for film equipment, with an expected Fifty to One Hundred Million of film production is expected to take place in Savannah between and year end.

Stocks and ETF’s bought over the past few weeks

The heavy black marks indicate execution.

We bought the HDGE @ 11.04.  HDGE is the BEAR  Financial Services ETF.  We  were  unable to buy Golar. We have changed direction  and will try to buy Mosaic.

Please check on the previous weekly market letters if there are questions.  We are long in Diana Shipping at 6.60. The Scorpio Tankers were not filled as the market never got to our price. Try to buy a scale down on this move.  The tanker shippers like NAT and GLNG have done much better than dry shippers like Diana Shipping.  However, DSX had a nice week and you should buy now if not already long now.

We would buy Bank of America and continue to like the banking sector.

We have three new stocks to buy if their price is reached. OSIR, LUV and HOG.

Symbol Name Business Description PE P/S MV mln Price Buy Limit Stop Loss

Or soldMOSMosaicFertilizer14.61.7015.68B42.9442.8041.90xOSIROsirus TherapeuticsBiotechnology6909.06664M21.3318.9018.50 xLUVSouthwest AirRegional Airlines161.1522.6B36.20013332.31scoHOGHarley DavidsonConsumer Goods141.8711.6B58.305452.39scoENZEnzo BiochemLife SciencesNA1.35134M 3.002.782.44xBACBank of AmericaCommercial Bank102.02165.3B17.8816.4515.22xHDGEAdvisor SharesRanger Bear ETF   10.8911.04 X10.65X if filledGLNGGolarLiquefied N.G. HedgingNA30.393.14B43.0732.4430.50SANSantanderBanking world-wide142.3491.6B6.817.106.80DSXDiana ShippingDry Cargo ShippingN/A3.76117.556.605.90STNGScorpio TankersOil Transportation265.61.47B10.747.46 unable7.48

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We now believe REPR represents upside opportunity. The Target ADR trades at about $ 4.50 in U.S. vs 0.05 in Australia. Princeton owns 400,000 Australia shares and about 900 U.S. ADR’s.


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