Fallond / Trade Ideas / Jim Cramer : June 1st

Thursday's action was the building of a big canasta pile, the question is now - who will take the pile? Bulls look to have the edge, but the failure of morning gaps (in markets in which they appeared) to close keeps the bears very much in the game.

The week-on-week performance review adopted a familiar role with one exception; my Trade-Ideas scan picks took an uncharacteristic beating, closing the week down -2.12%. Next up were the indices ETFs, finishing down -1.64%. Jim Cramer rolled in with a -0.87% loss. Finally, my newsletter picks were the strongest performers with a +0.38% return on the week - hardly excessive but better than a loss.

The strongest and weakest stocks were from Jim Cramer's selection; SHLD closed the week up +8.03% while TRN had a rough ride, shedding -16.36%. NGPS was the only stock to appear more than once (i.e. twice) on my Trade Ideas scan.

This was the third day in a row my newsletter picks outperformed the other stock selection methods; this gives my newsletter picks an overall win percentage of 45% over my own Trade Ideas scan, Jim Cramer and the Market ETFs.

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