With each stock’s recap, we will include a (with market support) or (without market support) tag, designating whether the trade triggered with or without market directional support at the time. Anything in the first five minutes will be considered WITHOUT market support because market direction cannot be determined that early. ETF calls do not require market support, and are thus either winners or losers.

From the report, JBLU triggered long (without market support) and didn’t work:

SOHU triggered short (with market support) and worked:

In the Messenger, Rich’s CELG triggered long (without market support) and didn’t work:

His AMZN triggered long (without market support) and didn’t worked:

His CSX triggered short (with market support) and worked enough for a partial:

His UA triggered short (with market support) and worked:

His JPM triggered long (without market support) and worked:

His GLD triggered short (ETF, so no market support needed) and didn’t work the first time (a sweep), worked the second:

His IWM triggered short (ETF, so no market support needed) and worked:

His BTU triggered short (with market support) and worked great:

AMZN triggered short (with market support) and worked enough for a partial to the gap fill:

RIMM triggered short (with market support) and worked:

His ONXX triggered long (without market support) and worked:

GOOG triggered short (with market support) and worked great:

Mark’s DISH triggered short (with market support) and didn’t work:

His GRMN triggered short (with market support) and didn’t go enough in either direction to count:

Rich’s PXD triggered short (with market support) and worked:

His EOG triggered short (with market support) and worked:

His VXX triggered long (ETF, so no market support needed) and worked:

AAPL triggered short (with market support) and didn’t work the first time, worked the second (we only count the first for official results):

In total, that’s 14 trades triggering with market support, 11 of them worked, 3 did not.

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