August 26th: Ed’s Daily IRA Summary   6 comments

UPRO: -0.32 to $122.28 ( -0.26% , -0.26% overall)–bought at $122.60

Ed’s IRA: -0.12%
DJIA: 0.17%
Nasdaq: 0.29%
S&P 500: 0.11%

In case you are wondering, I am letting the UPRO run overnight, and possibly into Thursday, as the daily momentum is still bullish.

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Posted August 26, 2014 by edmcgon in Open Thread, Portfolio

6 responses to “August 26th: Ed’s Daily IRA Summary

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  1. Marshall, do you still own TUBE? Nice after market!

  2. So my apologies on being late the last 6 weeks P/C ratio and volume. Been having trouble with Comcast the last week. It’s almost as if they’ve been trying to mess up my internet connection. But sucks for them as I now negotiated a lower price, Jerks. And before that I just wasn’t around much. Either way here it is since beginning of July just in case anyone was wondering.

    DIA QQQ SPY IWM
    6/30/14 1.54 24,400 0.82 270,000 2.76 1,586,000 2.73 442,000
    7/1/14 1.15 37,700 1.04 432,000 1.68 2,200,000 1.36 983,000
    7/2/14 3.14 20,400 0.87 241,000 1.62 1,659,000 2.47 722,600
    7/3/14 1.16 27,500 1.31 211,200 2.38 2,220,000 1.48 383,300

    7/7/14 1.62 20,680 1.79 310,100 2.29 1,352,000 3.22 579,500
    7/8/14 1.57 40,200 1.77 658,600 2.51 2,201,000 2.67 1,026,400
    7/9/14 0.98 23,650 1.05 337,000 1.76 1,304,000 2.28 1,145,000
    7/10/14 1.66 39,600 2.04 487,000 2.30 2,110,000 2.55 1,150,000
    7/11/14 1.00 22,600 0.89 375,800 1.68 1,641,000 1.61 475,000

    7/14/14 0.95 40,700 1.81 354,000 2.22 1,320,000 2.00 468,000
    7/15/14 1.47 33,900 1.69 598,000 1.76 1,850,000 2.08 675,000
    7/16/14 0.96 26,600 1.63 278,000 2.10 1,110,000 1.75 596,000
    7/17/14 1.66 59,100 1.79 640,000 2.91 3,530,000 1.94 1,310,000
    7/18/14 0.56 72,600 0.96 637,000 2.03 2,850,000 2.07 919,000

    7/21/14 1.93 37,600 1.95 343,000 2.43 1,320,000 1.88 497,000
    7/22/14 0.93 2,500 0.84 413,000 1.95 1,950,000 1.70 551,000
    7/23/14 1.15 23,000 0.63 445,000 1.88 1,399,000 1.56 333,000
    7/24/14 1.58 16,000 1.46 347,000 1.74 1,352,000 1.01 515,000
    7/25/14 1.31 44,000 1.59 361,000 2.22 1,966,000 1.33 634,000

    7/28/14 1.16 35,900 1.59 269,000 2.20 1,320,000 1.42 652,000
    7/29/14 1.20 31,000 1.27 321,000 1.71 1,391,000 1.28 546,000
    7/30/14 1.27 56,200 0.78 395,000 1.57 2,025,000 1.17 424,000
    7/31/14 1.69 94,100 1.50 794,000 2.37 4,357,000 2.53 1,089,000
    8/1/14 2.66 97,600 1.84 600,000 2.23 4,123,000 1.86 1,364,000

    8/4/14 1.48 40,000 1.94 396,000 1.89 1,875,000 2.27 684,000
    8/5/14 1.32 43,700 1.54 579,000 2.27 2,506,000 2.24 510,000
    8/6/14 1.39 37,000 1.59 354,000 1.87 1,847,000 2.10 630,000
    8/7/14 1.16 34,000 1.39 590,000 1.39 2,894,000 1.51 571,000
    8/8/14 1.05 46,700 1.61 522,000 1.71 3,006,000 1.45 695,000

    8/11/14 0.80 36,700 2.09 363,000 1.93 1,337,000 1.40 521,000
    8/12/14 0.94 22,300 1.55 312,000 1.68 1,472,000 2.12 484,000
    8/13/14 1.51 26,700 1.63 410,000 2.23 1,793,000 1.70 486,000
    8/14/14 0.44 30,100 1.50 349,000 2.33 1,547,000 1.41 364,000
    8/15/14 1.00 87,800 1.27 726,000 1.86 4,073,000 2.01 1,049,000

    8/18/14 1.16 32,000 1.19 519,000 1.60 1,676,000 2.25 589,000
    8/19/14 0.83 32,100 1.68 388,000 1.57 1,875,000 2.85 484,000
    8/20/14 0.96 26,200 1.32 310,000 2.31 2,026,000 2.97 425,000
    8/21/14 0.46 40,000 1.66 246,000 1.59 1,839,000 1.74 542,000
    8/22/14 0.74 30,200 1.35 346,000 2.11 2,244,000 1.55 454,000

  3. and the last two days

    DIA: 0.79, 33.4K
    QQQ: 0.94, 363K
    SPY: 1.92,1.83MIL
    IWM: 1.43, 447K

    AUG 26TH
    DIA; 0.85, 20.6K
    QQQ: 1.72, 288K
    SPY: 1.41, 1.16MIL
    IWM: 1.52, 471K

  4. mdistas, Funny you should say that. I woke up to my wife not able to access her work email. Come to find out Time Warner has network down.

    • Sorry to hear that BillR, thankfully network outages are much more rare than they used to be. At one point in the ordeal I called up Motorola to see if they could run a test of the modem. they ran me through a sequence to verify the signal was not the model itself, but was indeed what I was receiving from the ISP(comcast). I wish I knew the specifics, but i’m not a huge techie. Anyway I called up Comcast to tell them about this and I swear on my life while I was talking to customer service the signal magically came back as I outwitted their inept customer service rep that the problem was on their end. Crazy thing was it was a good while after I went through the mundane manual fixes with the rep including unplugging the modem and sending a “refresh signal”, which I had already done myself. However not even 36 hours later the signal was lost again. I had a tech come out if I paid some $3 monthly maintenance fee which I promptly canceled after the visit.

      Also my parents recently had me take a look at their bill when they felt it was just getting outrageous. They didn’t review the actual charges monthly so partially on them. I called Comcast up and went over the billing history. For some reason back in January rate increases started. I asked the rep why and response was a new package was ordered. I asked my parents right there if this was true and neither said they ever gave the go ahead to change the plan to a different one since they already thought they had every channel and then some. I got no clear answer from the rep and the next day after discussing it with my parents they canceled all the TV channels to stick it to them. Especially after they realized they only watched non broadcast channels sparingly, and my dad realized he could go without watching a few games. They went from paying literally $200 a month to only $40 and they are getting their own modem so they dont have to pay $8 a month for a piece of equipment costing $130 new which should last 5 years or longer.

      Bottom line BillR is they are full of IT! And I’m just leery of cable companies in general.

      • Well they are taking there monopoly and walking all over us. Time warner has been ok, we’ll see after this merger.

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