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Action in Review | The Year in Review | December 29th, 2017

by Seth Goonetilleke

With just a few days left to 2017, it’s time to look back and reflect on one of the most remarkable years for Wiseguys, and Sang Lucci, to date. And considering 2016 saw “Bazooka” buying into crash lows

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Action in Review | Fuel for the Fire | December 14th, 2017

by Seth Goonetilleke

Strong performances in smaller energy names, as well as a triumphant return to form from an old favorite, defined the day for sharks.

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Action in Review | Lighter Than Air | December 12th, 2017

by Seth Goonetilleke

The markets in general were light as could be, with a broad swathe of assets either enjoying strong bounces or maintaining upwards momentum.

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Action in Review | Relative Volume | December 6th, 2017

by Seth Goonetilleke

Despite Wednesday’s relative strength, more puts crossed the board today than during yesterday’s bait and switch reversal downwards. Not all of them BTO, however…

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Action in Review | Smaller is Better | November 20th, 2017

by Seth Goonetilleke

Wiseguys had a hankering for the small caps today that simply could not be satiated (though SPY sweeps were as popular as ever).

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Action in Review | Before & After Earnings | October 13th, 2017

by Seth Goonetilleke

The SPY spent a pretty boring day just chopping around, but thankfully the beginning of earnings season has provided more than enough opportunity for some Wiseguy buying.

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Action in Review | What’s Left to Buy? | October 4th, 2017

by Seth Goonetilleke

Markets that keep going one way or the other are a dream for investors, but nightmares for traders. We need the volatility to create opportunities to buy and sell, to short and cover.

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Action in Review | The Bank of Micron | September 28th, 2017

by Seth Goonetilleke

Today’s pause was treated as a buying opportunity, and as we saw yesterday, sharks decided to bite at the strongest names they could.

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Action in Review | Upwards Spiral | September 20th, 2017

by Seth Goonetilleke

We can’t help but think that even the most oblivious trader noticed that this recent activity in the financials smelled strikingly similar to the flow that hit the banks in early 2017.