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Wednesday February 27th watchlist

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Wednesday Feb. 27th @ 4:30pm EST - Tactics For Emerging Markets: ETFs You Can Use To Beat The Pros. Sign up now.

Who: Todd Shriber - The ETF Professor

Description: By now, most investors have some knowledge of emerging markets. Many probably have some exposure to the developing world through popular ETFs such as the Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets ETF (NYSE: VWO) or the iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Index Fund (NYSE: EEM). 

Thursday Feb. 28th @ 4:30pm EST - Learn How to Trade an Up-Trending Market: Benefits and Traps - Sign up now.

Who: Serge Berger, The Steady Trader

Description: This year's strong rally in stocks has many investors facing a dilemma, wanting to get in yet scared to buy at the top.

Trade setups to keep on your trading watch list :

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Research In Motion Ltd (NASDAQ: BBRY) refused to closed below the $13 level again. However, the indicators still indicate a bearish tone on daily charts. The major support level is now located at $12 and the resistance is still at $14.02.  I would buy this stock if it manages to close over 50-day SMA.

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Shares of AXT Inc (NASDAQ: AXTI) surged 5.7% or 16 cents to $2.96 after the company projected first-quarter revenue that was higher than analyst's estimates. Dave Kang, an analyst with B. Riley & Co. in San Francisco recommends adding to AXT Inc. positions. Shares are Buy rated with a $4.60 price target, up from $4. If it breaks out from this channel we could easily see the stock move in the range of 3.10 to 3.60. The technical daily chart above shows new rally has just begun as %K line has just crossed on top over %D line. Nice bottom base here.

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From a technical standpoint, the stock is bouncing hard to the upside above both its 50-day sma at $1.24 and its 20-day SMA at $1.38 with heavy upside volume. Camelot Information Systems Inc (ADR) (NYSE: CIS) has been in a strong uptrend for the last two months, with shares moving higher from its low of 95 cents to its recent high of $1.58. Keeping my eye on this one.
 
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Zagg Inc (NASDAQ: ZAGG) closed up on Tuesday and should continue higher on Wednesday. The company reported earnings after the close and the market loved what they saw. ZAGG is trading up after hours and I expect it to gap open on Wednesday. I'm using the Jan 8th high of $7,95 as resistance.
 
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Pandora Media Inc (NYSE: P) retested the 9-day SMA and failed to close over that level. We should see a potential upside if the stock manages to close over the 9-day SMA.
 
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NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) showed some nice strength today. The stock closed nicely above the major short-term MA levels with solid volume. At this level, we should see the stock retest the resistance located at $12.68 followed by $12.72. The support level is adjusted to $11.98.
 
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