Editor's Note:

My oh my what a different a day can make. The tone of trading on Wall Street took a nasty turn. False rumors that Saudi Arabia had sent tanks into neighboring Bahrain to help the local government deter protestors started the day off on a bad note. The positive PMI data both here in the U.S. and abroad could not stop the bearish shadow cast by rising oil prices. Brent crude oil futures rose $3.60 to over $115 a barrel. Even energy stocks failed to rally on the commodity's strength. Gold broke out to new all-time highs and silver surged to new 30+ year highs as investors sought safe havens for their money.

I heard a lot of bearish comments and worries that the stock market had started a new correction lower and how small caps and consumer-related stocks would likely underperform. Yet when I look at the stock market's major averages the trend is still up. Yes, today was a bad day for the bulls and yes we should be cautious and on our guard. Until the S&P 500 breaks down under support near 1300 I'm going to remain cautiously bullish.

Tonight I would hesitate to launch new positions. Let's wait and see if stocks bounce from recent support. If they do then traders will likely rush into to buy this second dip. If not, well, readers may want to tighten their stop losses tonight just in case.

-James

Current Portfolio:


CALL Play Updates

Baker Hughes Inc. - BHI - close: 69.21 change: -1.84

Stop Loss: 67.90
Target(s): 74.75, 79.00
Current Option Gain/Loss: -60.7% and -40.8%
Time Frame: 4 to 8 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: Energy stocks were not immune to the ugliness on Wall Street and BHI gave up -2.5%. Shares should have short-term support near their rising 20-dma (near 68.85). If that fails there is short-term support near $68.00 and we have a stop loss at $67.90. No new positions tonight. Let's wait and see if BHI can bounce. Our targets are $74.75 and $79.00.

- Suggested Positions -

Long the March $75 calls (BHI1119C75) Entry @ $1.02

- or -

Long the April $75 calls (BHI1116D75) Entry @ $2.13

Entry on February 28th at $71.74
Earnings Date 05/04/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 5.3 million
Listed on February 26th, 2010


Peabody Energy Corp. - BTU - close: 65.17 change: -0.32

Stop Loss: 61.75
Target(s): 69.75, 74.00
Current Option Gain/Loss: -56.0%, and -12.5%
Time Frame: 6 to 8 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: Coal stocks initially rallied this morning but quickly reversed with the broader market. Shares of BTU spiked to $67.57 intraday but eventually settled with a -0.5% decline The move looks like another failed rally attempt with the two-month trendline of higher highs. I would expect a dip back toward the $63-62 zone. I am not suggesting new positions at this time.

FYI: With less than three weeks left our out of the money March calls are going to evaporate pretty quickly. More conservative traders may want to exit these early right now.

Our first exit target is $69.75. Our second target is $74.00. The Point & Figure chart for BTU is bullish with an $80 target.

- Suggested Positions -

Long the March $70 calls (BTU1119C70) Entry @ $1.07

- or -

Long the June $70 calls (BTU1118F70) Entry @ $3.60

Entry on February 17th at $66.30
Earnings Date 04/21/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 4.6 million
Listed on February 16th, 2010


BorgWarner - BWA - close: 75.85 change: -1.76

Stop Loss: 73.75
Target(s): 79.75, 84.50
Current Option Gain/Loss: -27.2%, and -27.1%
Time Frame: 4 to 8 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: It was not a pretty day for BWA. Shares failed near short-term resistance at $78.00 and its 10-dma. I would expect this stock to retest recent support near $74.00. Nimble traders may want to try and buy calls on a dip or bounce near this level. Our targets are $79.75 and $84.50. Our plan was to use small positions to limit our risk.

SMALL bullish positions

- Suggested Positions -

Long the March $80 calls (BWA1119C80) Entry @ $1.10

- or -

Long the April $80 calls (BWA1116D80) Entry @ $2.47

Entry on February 25th at $76.06
Earnings Date 04/28/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 2.3 million
Listed on February 24th, 2010


Caterpillar Inc. - CAT - close: 99.86 change: -3.07

Stop Loss: 97.90
Target(s): 104.75, 107.50
Current Option Gain/Loss: -44.4%
Time Frame: 4 to 6 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: I have to issue a potential bearish reversal warning on CAT. The stock produced a bearish engulfing candlestick pattern but these patterns normally need to see confirmation. The selling paused near recent support at the rising 30-dma. If that fails then CAT should have some short-term support near $98.00. Of course we have a stop loss at $97.90. I am not suggesting new positions at this time. More aggressive traders may want to move their stop loss lower, just underneath the 50-dma near $97.15 instead.

- Suggested Positions -

Long the March $105 calls (CAT1119C105) Entry @ $1.35

02/23 Triggered @ $101.00. Option @ $1.35
02/22 Still waiting for a dip to $101.00
02/12 Adjusted our trigger, targets, stop loss and strike price.

Entry on February 23 at $101.00
Earnings Date 04/21/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 6.2 million
Listed on February 5th, 2010


Check Point Software - CHKP - close: 48.62 change: -1.22

Stop Loss: 47.90
Target(s): 54.50
Current Option Gain/Loss: -53.8%, and -35.2%
Time Frame: 3 to 6 weeks
New Positions: Yes, see below

Comments:
03/01 update: CHKP appears to be rolling over and headed for short-term support near $48.00. If $48 fails there might be additional support at the 50-dma but our stop loss is at $47.90. I am not suggesting new positions at this time. Let's wait and see if CHKP bounces at $48 first. Our target is $54.50.

- Suggested Positions -

Long the March $50 calls (CHKP1119C50) Entry @ $1.30

- or -

Long the April $52.50 calls (CHKP1116D52.5) Entry @ $0.85

Entry on February 28th at $50.28
Earnings Date 04/26/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 3.0 million
Listed on February 26th, 2010


Fastenal Co. - FAST - close: 60.57 change: -1.56

Stop Loss: 59.90
Target(s): 67.25
Current Option Gain/Loss: -88.2%, and -46.6%
2nd Position Option Gain/Loss: -50.0%, and -29.2%
Time Frame: 4 to 6 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: FAST just erased a three-day bounce with today's -2.5% decline. The stock tested support near 60.00 and its 50-dma. Normally I would be inclined to buy calls on this dip but let's wait and see if the S&P 500 bounces at 1300 again and if the NASDAQ bounces near 2700 again. We do have a stop loss on FAST at $59.90 so it wouldn't take much to stop us out.

Readers may want to keep in mind that the most recent data listed short interest at 13.6% of the 132 million-share float.

- Suggested Positions -

Long the March $65 calls (FAST1119C65) Entry @ $0.85

- or -

Long the May $65 calls (FAST1121E65) Entry @ $2.25

-2nd Entry as of listed 2/24, Entered 2/25-

Long the March $65 calls (FAST1119C65) Entry @ $0.20

- or -

Long the APRIL $65 calls (FAST1121D65) Entry @ $0.99

02/24 Buy the dip. New Entry (2nd position).
02/23 New entry point @ 60.96. March $65 call @ 0.25, May $65 call @ $1.45
02/22 Entry @ 62.99, NEW STOP @ $59.90
02/19 Adjusted entry point. Buy calls now. Very small positions
02/12 New trigger @ 61.55, new stop loss @ 59.40

Entry on February 22nd at $62.99
Earnings Date 04/12/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 1.0 million
Listed on February 8th, 2010


FactSet Research Systems - FDS - close: 102.38 change: -2.50

Stop Loss: 99.95
Target(s): 109.50
Current Option Gain/Loss: -39.5%
Time Frame: 2 to 3 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: It looks like we could have waited after all. FDS did pull back to the $102 level and its 30-dma. Yesterday I suggested that more conservative traders may want to wait for a dip into the $103-103 zone to initiate positions. If you're still waiting you might get an even better entry point in the $101.00-100.00 zone tomorrow. I would still consider buying calls near $100 but you might want to wait for the bounce before initiating positions. Our stop is at $99.95.

FDS is due to report earnings in mid March but we don't have a confirmed date yet. Given our wide stop loss I would consider this a slightly more aggressive trade so keep your positions small!

small positions - Suggested Positions -

Long the March $105 calls (FDS1119C105) Entry @ $2.15

Entry on March 1st at $105.01
Earnings Date 03/15/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 213 thousand
Listed on February 26th, 2010


F5 Networks Inc. - FFIV - close: 113.38 change: -4.63

Stop Loss: 109.90
Target(s): 129.00
Current Option Gain/Loss: -61.1%, and -52.9%
Time Frame: 4 to 8 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: The action in FFIV is getting pretty ugly. Shares lost -3.9% on almost normal volume. Shares seem destined to hit recent support near $110. I would probably wait for a bounce from the $110 level before considering new bullish positions. If you do buy the bounce consider the March $110 or $115 calls instead of the $120 or better yet buy Aprils.

The plan was to use small positions to limit our risk. Our target is $129.00.

SMALL bullish positions

- Suggested Positions -

Long the March $120 calls (FFIV1119C120) Entry @ $5.40

- or -

Long the April $125 calls (FFIV1116D125) Entry @ $6.80

02/28 Buy the dip, New Entry point.
02/25 FFIV gapped open higher on an upgrade.

Entry on February 25th at $121.00
Earnings Date 04/20/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 3.7 million
Listed on February 24th, 2010


Fossil, Inc. - FOSL - close: 75.11 change: -1.63

Stop Loss: 72.49
Target(s): 82.00, 88.00
Current Option Gain/Loss: -32.1%, and -21.1%
Time Frame: 4 to 8 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: The bounce in FOSL has failed at its 10-dma. This is naturally short-term bearish but shares should have support near the 50-dma (around $73.50) and its recent low $72.57. Wait for FOSL to test these levels or bounce from these levels before considering new bullish positions. Our exit targets are $82.00 and $88.00.

- Suggested Positions -

Long the March $80 calls (FOSL1119C80) Entry @ $1.40

- or -

Long the April $80 calls (FOSL1116D80) Entry @ $2.60

Entry on February 28th at $76.75
Earnings Date 05/11/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 1.0 million
Listed on February 26th, 2010


Hess Corp - HES - close: 84.66 change: -2.37

Stop Loss: 82.40
Target(s): 92.25, 98.50
Current Option Gain/Loss: -23.4%, and -22.8%
Time Frame: 4 to 8 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: Hmm... HES opened higher, tagged a new two-year high and then collapsed. That's not normally a good sign. Energy stocks found no benefit from the rally in crude oil prices today. The action in HES is technically a bearish engulfing (reversal) candlestick pattern but these normally need to see confirmation. Readers may want to wait for a bounce back above the $86.00 level before considering new bullish positions. <-- The Point & Figure chart for HES is bullish with a $107 target. -->

- Suggested Positions -

Long the April $90 calls (HES1116D90) Entry @ $2.60

- or -

Long the May $90 calls (HES1121E90) Entry @ $4.15

Entry on March 1st at $87.17
Earnings Date 04/27/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 2.9 million
Listed on February 28th, 2010


IntercontinentalExchange, Inc. - ICE - cls: 127.10 chg: -1.10

Stop Loss: 119.90
Target(s): 138.00, 148.00
Current Option Gain/Loss: -28.5%, and -29.4%
Time Frame: 4 to 8 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: ICE held up pretty well considering the market's widespread sell-off. There is still a decent chance that shares will correct toward the $125-122 zone so I would wait for the dip before initiating new positions.

Bear in mind that this is an aggressive trade. The stock is volatile and there is a chance that ICE makes an acquisition bid for another exchange. If Wall Street thinks ICE is paying too much the stock will decline on the news. Our targets are $138.00 and $148.00.

I want to warn you that the March options will probably be extremely volatile.

- Suggested Positions - (Small Positions Only)

Long the March $130 calls (ICE1119C130) Entry @ $3.20

- or -

Long the April $135 calls (ICE1116D135) Entry @ $3.40

Entry on February 28th at $127.46
Earnings Date 05/04/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 938 thousand
Listed on February 26th, 2010


Jones Lang Lasalle Inc. - JLL - close: 96.12 change: -2.30

Stop Loss: 93.30
Target(s): 102.50, 109.00
Current Option Gain/Loss: -42.8%, and -27.9%
Time Frame: 4 to 8 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: JLL followed the market lower. Shares failed at their 10-dma and look headed for the recent low near $94. Wait for the dip or a bounce from this level before considering new bullish positions. We have a stop loss at $93.30. JLL has see a lot more volatility in the last month so let's keep our position size small to reduce our risk. Our targets are $102.50 and $109.00.

FYI: March options are likely to be very volatile.

- Suggested Positions - (Small Positions)

Long the March $100 calls (JLL1119C100) Entry @ $1.75

- or -

Long the April $100 calls (JLL1116D100) Entry @ $3.40

Entry on February 28th at $97.96
Earnings Date 04/27/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 386 thousand
Listed on February 26th, 2010


3M Co. - MMM - close: 90.46 change: -1.77

Stop Loss: 88.75
Target(s): 94.50, 99.00
Current Option Gain/Loss: + 2.8%, and + 1.2%
Time Frame: 4 to 8 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: MMM almost completely erased yesterday's big gains with a -1.9% drop today. The stock should have support near the $90 area but readers may want to wait for the bounce before initiating new bullish positions.

- Suggested Positions -

Long the March $90 calls (MMM1119C90) Entry @ $1.75

- or -

Long the April $95 calls (MMM1116D95) Entry @ $0.78

Entry on February 25th at $89.75
Earnings Date 04/27/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 3.5 million
Listed on February 24th, 2010


Nike Inc. - NKE - close: 87.70 change: -1.33

Stop Loss: 84.80
Target(s): 88.00, 91.50
Current Option Gain/Loss: + 67.4%, and + 84.0%
2nd Position Gain/Loss: + 9.3%, and - 6.9%
Time Frame: 4 to 8 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: Warning! NKE has produced a failed rally and bearish reversal pattern at round-number resistance near $90.00. We should expect a pull back toward the $86-85 zone. More conservative traders might want to go ahead and consider an early exit out of their March options. I am not suggesting new positions at this time. Our final exit target is $91.50.

- Suggested Positions - (Small Positions Only!)

Long the March $85 calls (NKE1119C85) Entry @ $2.09

- or -

Long the April $90 calls (NKE1116D90) Entry @ $0.94

2nd position, buy the bounce from $85.50

Long the March $85 calls (NKE1119C85) Entry @ $3.20

- or -

Long the April $90 calls (NKE1116D90) Entry @ $1.86

02/25 New stop loss @ 84.80
02/24 New entry point, buy the bounce from $85.50, Add 2nd position
02/19 Adjusted final target to $91.50
02/18 1st Target Hit @ 88.00. March $85 call @ 3.75 (+79.4%)
02/18 1st Target Hit @ 88.00. April $90 call @ 1.80 (+91.4%)

Entry on February 15th at $85.25
Earnings Date 03/17/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 2.2 million
Listed on February 9th, 2010


Occidental Petrol. - OXY - close: 100.22 change: -1.75

Stop Loss: 96.75
Target(s): 106.75, 109.75
Current Option Gain/Loss: -55.0%, and -23.7%
Time Frame: 4 to 6 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: It looks like I should have stuck to my guns for one more day and waited for the dip to $100.25. OXY actually opened higher at $104.12 but quickly reversed with the rest of the energy sector. Shares eventually gave up -1.7% and fell toward psychological support at the $100 level. I would use this dip as a new bullish entry point however given the tone of the market, readers may want to wait for a bounce first.

Our plan was to use small positions to limit our risk. Don't forget that March calls expire in just less than three weeks. You may be more comfortable with the Aprils.

Small Bullish Positions - Suggested Positions -

Long the March $105 calls (OXY1119C105) Entry @ $1.87

- or -

Long the April $105 calls (OXY1116D105) Entry @ $2.78

02/28 Adjusted entry strategy. Buy calls now!

Entry on March 1st at $104.12
Earnings Date 04/28/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 4.9 million
Listed on February 22nd, 2010


Transocean Ltd. - RIG - close: 82.51 change: -2.12

Stop Loss: 79.75
Target(s): 89.50, 94.00
Current Option Gain/Loss: -29.2%, and -19.4%
Time Frame: 4 to 8 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: RIG completely gave back all of yesterday's gains and more. Shares lost -2.5% and cold easily retest the $80 area tomorrow. I would be tempted to buy calls on a dip near $80.00 but given the market's tone readers might want to wait for the bounce to appear first. Our profit targets are $89.50 and $94.00.

Please note that the March calls will likely be very volatile.

- Suggested Positions -

Long the March $85 calls (RIG1119C85) Entry @ $2.05

- or -

Long the April $85 calls (RIG1116D85) Entry @ $3.60

02/28 RIG hit our trigger @ 84.25

Entry on February 28th at $84.25
Earnings Date 05/05/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 5.3 million
Listed on February 26th, 2010


Ross Stores Inc. - ROST - close: 71.51 change: -0.53

Stop Loss: 68.95
Target(s): 74.90, 77.75
Current Option Gain/Loss: -21.8%
Time Frame: 2 to 4 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: Investors are starting to worry about consumer spending with oil continuing to surge higher. If crude doesn't slow down soon the impact at the fuel pump could definitely cause problems. For now ROST held up reasonably well. Shares opened slightly higher but quickly reversed. This is a mini-bearish reversal. I would expect another dip to $70.00. However, we can use a dip or a bounce near $70 as a new entry point to buy calls. Our targets are $74.90 and $77.75. However, we will plan to exit ahead of the mid March earnings report.
The Point & Figure chart for ROST is bullish with a $97 target.

- Suggested Positions -

Long the April $75 calls (ROST1116D75) Entry @ $1.60

Entry on March 1st at $72.55
Earnings Date 03/17/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 1.1 million
Listed on February 28th, 2010


The Toronoto-Dominion Bank - TD - close: 82.00 change: -1.71

Stop Loss: 78.40
Target(s): 84.00, 89.00
Current Option Gain/Loss: +111.1%
Time Frame: 3 to 4 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: Uh-oh! A -2% pull back in TD isn't a problem. What concerns me was the big volume on today's profit taking. Readers may want to go ahead and take profits now. If you're looking for a new entry point I'd wait for a dip or a bounce near $80.00 and I would consider the April options but keep in mind our plan to exit ahead of the March earnings report.

Our targets are $84 and $89. We will plan to exit ahead of the March 11th earnings report (unconfirmed date).

- Suggested Positions -

Long the March $80.00 call (TD1119C80) Entry @ $1.35

02/28 New stop loss @ 78.40
02/26 New stop loss @ 77.90
02/16 New stop loss @ 76.90

Entry on February 11th at $78.89
Earnings Date 03/11/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 583 thousand
Listed on February 10th, 2010


Proshares Ultra(long) Russell 2000 - UWM - close: 45.13 change: -1.85

Stop Loss: 43.49
Target(s): 49.75, 54.00
Current Option Gain/Loss: -41.8%, and -20.0%
Time Frame: 6 to 8 weeks
New Positions: see below

Small Positions - UWM Position -

Long the April $48 calls (UWM1116D48) Entry @ $2.75

-2nd position (entry 2/25)-

Long the April $47 calls (UWM1116D46) Entry @ $2.50

02/26 New stop loss @ 43.49
02/25 April $47 call opened at $2.50
02/24 Add another position, April $47 calls
02/14 UWM opened at $46.90. Option opened @ $2.75

iShares Russell 2000 - IWM - close: 80.62 change: -1.65

Stop Loss: 79.20
Target(s): 84.95, 87.25
Current Option Gain/Loss: -42.7%, and -20.0%
Time Frame: 6 to 8 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: I was hearing a lot of negativity regarding the small caps today. The worry is that when Wall Street turns cautious (this time because of rising tensions across the Mideast and worries about access to the global oil supply) that investors will flee from small caps into more liquid large cap names. Thus the concern is that small caps will underperform. That is certainly a risk here. While the sell-off today was painful, the up trend is not broken yet.

The UWM will likely test support near $44 and its lows from last week. The IWM will probably test support near its lows last week near $79.50. Aggressive traders could buy calls on this dip near last week's lows. I would prefer to wait for the bounce. Our stop losses are directly under these levels.

Small Positions - IWM Position -

Long the April $84 calls (IWM1116D84) Entry @ $1.92

-2nd position (entry 2/25)-

Long the April $82 calls (IWM1116D82) current ask @ $2.35

02/26 New stop loss @ 79.20
02/25 April $82 call opened at $2.35
02/24 Add another position (April $82 calls)
02/14 IWM opened @ 82.11. Option opened @ 1.92

UWM Entry on February 14th at $46.90
IWM Entry on February 14th at $82.11
Listed on February 12th, 2010


CBOE Market Volatility Index - VIX - close: 21.01 change: +2.66

Stop Loss: N/A
Target(s): 22.50, 28.00
Current Option Gain/Loss: -21.8%
Time Frame: 4 to 6 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: The widespread market weakness was definitely fueling investor fears. The VIX rallied off its morning low to post a +14.4% gain. If you think the market has begun a new leg lower then this would be an entry point. However, until I see the major indices break support I would hesitate to launch positions (and of course by then it might be too late). Officially our final exit target is 28.00.

- Suggested Positions -

Long the 2011 March $22.50 calls (VIX1116C22.5) Entry @ $1.60

02/28 Consider an early exit now.
02/23 1st Target Hit @ 22.50, Option @ 2.35 (+46.8%)

Entry on January 26th at $17.00
Earnings Date --/--/--
Average Daily Volume =
Listed on January 25th, 2010


Waters Corp. - WAT - close: 82.04 change: -1.01

Stop Loss: 79.80
Target(s): 86.00, 89.90
Current Option Gain/Loss: -44.4%, and -22.8%
Time Frame: 4 to 8 weeks
New Positions: see below

Comments:
03/01 update: WAT continues to struggle with resistance near the $83.50 area. Today's failure would suggest the stock is poised to retest support near $80.00. I would use a dip near $80 (or a bounce from $80) as a new entry point to buy calls. Our targets are $86.00 and $89.90.

FYI: The March calls will likely be very volatile.

- Suggested Positions -

Long the March $85 calls (WAT1119C85) Entry @ $0.90

- or -

Long the April $85 calls (WAT1116D85) Entry @ $1.75

Entry on February 28th at $82.61
Earnings Date 04/27/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 876 thousand
Listed on February 26th, 2010


PUT Play Updates

Freeport-McMoran - FCX - close: 51.62 change: -1.33

Stop Loss: 55.15
Target(s): 50.25, 47.00
Current Option Gain/Loss: Unopened
Time Frame: 3 to 6 weeks
New Positions: Yes, see trigger

Comments:
03/01 update: I am starting to think that yesterday was our entry point for puts on FCX. Aggressive traders could buy puts now but I would cinch my stop loss down to the $54.00 or $53.75 levels. Officially the newsletter will keep our trigger to buy puts at $54.00. If triggered our first target is $50.25. Our second target is $47.00.

Trigger @ 54.00

- Suggested Positions -

Buy the March $52.50 PUTS (FCX1119O52.5) current ask $2.03

- or -

Buy the April $50.00 PUTS (FCX1116P50) current ask $2.13

02/26 Update our trigger to buy puts at $54.00, stop 55.15

Entry on February xxth at $ xx.xx
Earnings Date 04/21/11 (unconfirmed)
Average Daily Volume = 14.4 million
Listed on February 19th, 2010