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Trop Storm Chris is expected to upgrade to a Cat 1 Hurricane and maybe further as it heads into the extremely warm gulf waters.

ECCI
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WEGI

They are all gonna do very well today and througout the week as Chris approcaches florida

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NLST #1

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BUGS also hurricane play
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BUGS is the definition of a penny stock. I don't trust that one at all.

None of the others seem to be moving at all.

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NLST up 27% today
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NLST closed at 0.5880 up 0.1380, or, 30.67%
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BUGS CLOSE AT 0.016 also hurrican play
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ECCI closed up 20%, strong EOD, looks great for tomorrow...
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I liked ECCI, MT, nice call

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I own both ECCI & NLST, a newbie here. How does a hurricane play work, do you bail after landfall, or ride it to oct or november. I know I'll recieve profits but is there any logic to hold or stay.
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quote:
Originally posted by cablerye:
I own both ECCI & NLST, a newbie here. How does a hurricane play work, do you bail after landfall, or ride it to oct or november. I know I'll recieve profits but is there any logic to hold or stay.

Hard to answer that question. My advice would be to pick an exit price and stick to it, when it hits, sell, and don't look back. Some would advise to sell half of your shares when you reach 50% profit, then ride the "free" shares until the stock starts to turn down and then sell. Do want works for you...I personally have an exit planned for ECCI, when it hits, I'm out...GLTY!
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Take profits and ride free shares.JMO

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CAt1 can turn Cat 5 fast - article

check this little piece of an article I found. Just proves that a cat 1 can turn into a cat 5 really fast.

Katrina was the eleventh named storm, fifth hurricane, third major hurricane, and second Category 5 hurricane of the 2005 Atlantic season. It formed over the Bahamas on August 23, 2005, and crossed southern Florida as a moderate Category 1 hurricane before strengthening rapidly in the Gulf of Mexico and becoming one of the strongest hurricanes ever recorded in the Gulf. The storm weakened considerably before making its second and third landfalls as a Category 3 storm on the morning of August 29 in southeast Louisiana and at the Louisiana/Mississippi state line, respectively.

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