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The Capitalist Newsletter – May 23, 2017

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TRUMP SIGNS $110 BILLION ARMS DEAL; HERE’S WHAT THAT MEANS FOR TRADERS

Last time Guy talked about ignoring the drama of news and all the recent Washington hullabaloo! Sure enough the S&P rebounded strongly on Thursday and Friday, taking back most of the ‘drama-drop’. Then on Saturday we see a deal for over $110bn of trade between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia.

Should we ignore that too?

Not exactly! That’s news, not drama. And we can use that kind of news to identify potential opportunities in literally a few seconds. Here’s how …

First, we know the main sector who will benefit from this deal … The aerospace and defence sector.

Second, we identify potential candidates who may benefit from this deal by filtering for OVI setups within that sector.

It is mind-bogglingly easy if you have the right tools and correct approach. Watch Today’s OVI Market Review to Identify Defence Stocks which are Attracting OVI Leverage!

Read The Capitalist’s Take Here


AS PROFITS DWINDLE, FORD OUSTS CEO MARK FIELDS IN MANAGEMENT SHAKEUP

Ford Motor Co. announced Monday that it has replaced President and Chief Executive Officer Mark Fields, who is retiring after nearly 30 years with the automaker. According to Ford’s website, Fields’ successor is Jim Hackett, who has overseen Ford’s efforts on autonomous vehicles as chairman of Ford Smart Mobility. Hackett took that position in March 2016, after serving three years on Ford’s board of directors. Previously, he was chief executive of Steelcase, an office furniture company. The management changes became effective Monday.


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NC SUPREME COURT RULING WIPES OUT REPUBLICAN-DRAWN HOUSE DISTRICTS

The Supreme Court ruled Monday that racial considerations pervaded the way North Carolina lawmakers drew congressional maps after the 2010 Census in order to maximize Republicans’ advantage.

The 5-3 ruling, written by Justice Elena Kagan, was the latest in a series of decisions by the justices against the excessive use of race in redistricting, the decennial process of drawing new district lines for Congress and state legislatures. Justice Clarence Thomas joined the court’s four liberal justices in striking down the state’s maps. The high court in March demanded additional lower court review of…

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Closing Bell

– Monday, May 22nd

Markets Close UP Behind Tech and Industrials

Big Insider Trades

– Facebook, Inc, (FB) Chief Product Officer Christopher Cox Sells $2.4m

– Entercom Communications Corp. (ETM) Chairman Joseph Field Buys $800k

Winners & Losers

– Nutraceutical International Corp. (NUTR) Rockets UP (50.54%) After Announcing the Company Will be Bought at a 49% Premium

– Micronet Enertec Technologies, inc. (MICT) Slips DOWN (17.20%) After Releasing Disappointing Q1 2017 Earnings Report

Most Talked About

Radius Health, Inc. (RDUS) Considered a Majority Strong Buy After Competitor Amgen’s Phase III Osteoporosis Drug Derailed

The TIP Sheets

– Monday, May 22nd

– BlackBerry Ltd. (BBRY) Rises UP (9.06%) After Shares Hit 52-Week High Following Multiple Analyst Upgrades. Expect Shares to Continue UP

Unusual Volume

Huntsman Corp. (HUN) Ticks DOWN (2.10%) on 30m Shares Traded. Company is Said to Be Close to Merger with Clariant, with the New Company Having a Combined Market Value of More than $14 Billion. Expect Shares to Bounce Back UP

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