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Mastery had some outstanding content this week packed with stock picks ripe for the picking.

During the week we went looking for stocks under 10 bucks and came up with three for our readers.  Many stocks were down at their lowest levels this year and we were all over them.  Including some of the most powerful financial institutions in the world like Goldman Sachs (GS) and JP Morgan (JPM).  Let's review the week and identify the articles and stocks worth considering.

 

Godfather Sitting

Scanning through various charts today I'm noticing a lot of Bull Flags. However, the question remains whether or not the Bulls will follow through on a sustained trend up.

Are these stocks just pausing here, consolidating before further upside? Leave your thoughts in the comments.

Charts and list of Tickers:

4 Bottom Fishing Stocks

Gone Fishin Hottie Perfect

Mastery has Gone Fishin'. Here is what we've found:

These charts in particular are starting to look a little better from a technical perspective, building a base before the market (hopefully) makes a move to the upside.

covered calls beavis

Here are today's Covered Call Picks for Wednesday 02-08-2012. In focus today is Oncothyreon which has a whopping 26% return on its March $9.00 strike. Don't miss out on this one.

What's a Covered Call?

The covered call is a strategy where an investor writes a call option contract (sells an option) while at the same time owning an equivalent number of shares of the underlying stock.If this stock is purchased simultaneously with writing the call contract, the strategy is commonly referred to as a buy-write.

While you may have heard that trading options is risky business, covered calls are actually a very conservative strategy, and most brokerages even allow retirement IRA accounts to write covered calls.

Make Fat Stacks with Covered Calls

Here are today's Covered Call Picks for Monday 01-23-2012. Note these are for the March 2012 expiration date.

What's a Covered Call?

The covered call is a strategy where an investor writes a call option contract (sells an option) while at the same time owning an equivalent number of shares of the underlying stock.If this stock is purchased simultaneously with writing the call contract, the strategy is commonly referred to as a buy-write.

While you may have heard that trading options is risky business, covered calls are actually a very conservative strategy, and most brokerages even allow retirement IRA accounts to write covered calls.