Trade Ideas: Follow up March 9th

Because of earlier problems with Blogger, this was the only post I could make today.

For Thursday's 1-week performance report I had to go to Mad Money Recap to get JC's picks. I picked the top 8 bullish picks as they were listed on this site. For my own picks, there was one freebie and three Subscriber plays.

Surprisingly, all three sets of stock picks underperformed the market ETFs for this period. The most consistent returns (based on the standard deviation) were from Jim Cramer. The highest average returns were from the Trade-Ideas scan.

Best performer was one my Subscriber picks, DXCM. Worst performer was also one of my picks, NAFC; although the latter stock had hit its stop for a loss of 5.86% if one I had used my suggested protective stop price.

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