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Market Watch Project Report

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29th April, 2015

For: M Zubair Hossain (ZbH)
Course: FIN435 (Sec-4)
Prepared by: Sana Huq

Subject: MarketWatch Project

Our task for this project was to play a virtual stock market game on www.marketwatch.com. We had to read market related news and then buy and sell stocks of NASDAQ based on that news. I started playing from the 9th February till the game ended on 21st April. At the end of the game, my ranking was 11th out of 24 players and I had made a profit of $5401.48 at the end. I had actively taken part in this game, playing most days of the week when possible. I have learnt that stock prices do follow a random walk like we learnt from this course and that any new information that affects the stock prices has immediate effect on the price. I have attached my transaction history at the end of this report as even though I was actively playing the game I did not take any screenshots as I did not know we were supposed to do that.

At the beginning, I was buying stocks solely by looking at which one’s price was increasing and not at the reason for it. For this reason I made a lot of bad purchases whose prices fell a bit after I bought them. As a result I suffered some losses. Another mistake I made was holding on to stocks for too long. As I learnt in class, any new information that affects a stock price has an immediate effect and once the new price level has been reached it falls once again. But not knowing that once it falls it might not climb that high again in the near future, I had foolishly held on to some of my most profitable stocks even after their prices fell in hopes that it will rise again. Not only did it not rise again, but some of their prices kept on falling which contributed to more losses.

Another thing that I learnt from class was the concept of short selling. I did not know it was possible to make profits out of falling prices till we learnt about short selling in class. Once I learnt that, I tried to recover some of my losses by short selling the stocks that I had that was making losses. That way, the loss from those stocks got cancelled out by the gain from short selling. But still I did not sell my loss making stocks in the hopes that it’ll rise again and I’ll be able to make a profit. Less than a week before the game ended I decided to sell all my loss making stocks so that my overall gains do not decrease anymore. I feel that I should have taken the decision to sell those stocks earlier and maybe I could have made more profit. But as we learnt in class, people are loss averse and that is exactly why I did not sell them earlier because I did not want to make such losses and thought the prices would increase again. Also, as we learnt in class, I too was affected by endowment effect and refused to believe that the stocks I owned would not increase in value before the end of the game.

At first I bought stocks from well known companies like Google, Nike, Facebook and Apple. Then I started reading the news and bought some very low value stocks like FX Energy Inc which was supposed to make huge profits. And it was doing very well for a few days, but not knowing that I should not hold stocks for very long periods of time when they are doing so well, I held them and eventually my gains transferred into losses. For almost a month I mainly bought stocks and sold only one or two. That was the biggest mistake I made and if I could do things differently that is one thing that I would rectify.

Holding on to stocks did pay off for me as well. I bought 100 shares of Tesla Motors Inc for $205 and at one point my loss for that share was around $2000. A few weeks before the end of the game, Tesla’s share price jumped due to high sales at the first quarter, and I sold them at $209. Even though I did not make too much profit (just $4 per share) but still it was better than selling them when they were down and making a loss of $2000. This was the biggest turn of events for me.

I made the most profit with Netflix’s shares when its value was increased after the company’s results showed that it reached 20 million international subscribers, and surpassed 40 million in the U.S. At first I bought some shares of Netflix and when they started making so much profit, I decided to cut my losses and sold all the other shares I had. With all the money I had left, I bought Netflix shares and from 13th position jumped to the 8th. But at the last moment (just 2 days before the end of game) I slipped down to 11th as I could not play on the last day as I had 2 mid terms the following day.

Still I am satisfied with my overall performance. I have learnt from my mistakes and hopefully, as a result, I will remember them when I invest real money in the market. Playing this game has given me an understanding of how the market works and I have seen firsthand the effects and results of the theories and concepts that we have learnt in this course. I have seen that if an asset has a favorable forecast the prices immediately increase and reach a stable point. Just like we learnt from this course, “a forecast about favorable future performance leads instead to favorable current performance, as market participants all try to get in on the action before price increases”. I have also attached a graph of my daily overall returns below.

Transaction history

Symbol | Order Date & Time | Trans Date & Time | Type | Shares | Exec Price | NKE | 2/10/15 1:00p | 2/10/15 1:00p | Buy | 5 | $92.81 | GOOGL | 2/10/15 1:01p | 2/10/15 1:01p | Buy | 2 | $535.50 | YELP | 2/10/15 1:01p | 2/10/15 1:01p | Buy | 10 | $45.35 | FB | 2/10/15 1:02p | 2/10/15 1:02p | Buy | 10 | $75.19 | GOOGL | 2/10/15 1:05p | 2/10/15 1:05p | Buy | 8 | $535.06 | NKE | 2/10/15 1:05p | 2/10/15 1:05p | Buy | 5 | $92.82 | AAPL | 2/11/15 1:23a | 2/11/15 9:30a | Buy | 10 | $122.87 | GOOGL | 2/11/15 1:23a | 2/11/15 9:32a | Buy | 5 | $538.92 | FB | 2/12/15 1:50p | 2/12/15 1:50p | Buy | 5 | $76.21 | DFS | 2/12/15 2:00p | 2/12/15 2:00p | Buy | 20 | $59.15 | DF | 2/12/15 2:12p | 2/12/15 2:12p | Buy | 50 | $16.06 | BX | 2/12/15 2:15p | 2/12/15 2:15p | Buy | 20 | $36.76 | AAPL | 2/12/15 2:20p | 2/12/15 2:20p | Buy | 30 | $126.44 | K | 2/12/15 2:22p | 2/12/15 2:22p | Buy | 20 | $63.34 | COKE | 2/12/15 2:23p | 2/12/15 2:23p | Buy | 30 | $99.94 | MWW | 2/12/15 2:31p | 2/12/15 2:31p | Buy | 200 | $5.85 | FXEN | 2/12/15 2:32p | 2/12/15 2:32p | Buy | 500 | $1.83 | LRLCY | 2/12/15 2:30p | 2/12/15 2:45p | Buy | 50 | $36.85 | JWN | 2/14/15 7:09a | 2/17/15 9:30a | Buy | 20 | $78.35 | AMZN | 2/14/15 7:12a | 2/17/15 9:30a | Buy | 10 | $379.01 | AMZN | 2/15/15 1:21p | 2/17/15 9:31a | Buy | 10 | $379.01 | MCD | 2/15/15 1:30a | 2/17/15 9:31a | Buy | 25 | $95.18 | KBH | 2/16/15 1:44p | 2/17/15 9:31a | Buy | 100 | $14.45 | NFLX | 2/15/15 1:28a | 2/17/15 9:32a | Buy | 25 | $466.00 | NFLX | 2/15/15 1:22p | 2/17/15 9:32a | Buy | 15 | $466.00 | EBAY | 2/15/15 1:21p | 2/17/15 9:32a | Buy | 25 | $56.25 | FXEN | 2/16/15 1:54p | 2/17/15 9:33a | Buy | 1000 | $2.02 | P | 2/15/15 1:22p | 2/17/15 9:34a | Buy | 100 | $15.48 | BABA | 2/15/15 1:21a | 2/17/15 9:35a | Buy | 20 | $88.88 | FB | 2/14/15 7:12a | 2/17/15 9:35a | Buy | 20 | $75.19 | TWTR | 2/14/15 7:12a | 2/17/15 9:35a | Buy | 50 | $48.25 | GOOGL | 2/16/15 1:55p | 2/17/15 9:35a | Buy | 10 | $551.14 | GOOGL | 2/14/15 7:11a | 2/17/15 9:35a | Buy | 20 | $551.14 | DIS | 2/15/15 1:19p | 2/17/15 9:36a | Buy | 15 | $104.23 | SNE | 2/15/15 1:20p | 2/17/15 9:36a | Buy | 50 | $26.42 | COKE | 2/16/15 1:53p | 2/17/15 9:36a | Buy | 50 | $99.40 | DG | 2/15/15 1:22a | 2/17/15 9:36a | Buy | 20 | $69.67 | BA | 2/20/15 12:40p | 2/20/15 12:40p | Buy | 10 | $158.04 | MTW | 2/20/15 12:41p | 2/20/15 12:41p | Buy | 25 | $21.58 | FINL | 2/20/15 12:41p | 2/20/15 12:41p | Buy | 25 | $23.92 | CAPN | 2/23/15 1:21p | 2/23/15 1:21p | Buy | 50 | $5.71 | ANTH | 2/23/15 1:21p | 2/23/15 1:21p | Buy | 50 | $4.85 | CRIS | 2/23/15 1:22p | 2/23/15 1:22p | Buy | 50 | $3.29 | FMI | 2/23/15 1:22p | 2/23/15 1:22p | Buy | 25 | $48.50 | NLST | 2/23/15 1:23p | 2/23/15 1:23p | Buy | 100 | $1.44 | BA | 2/25/15 1:37p | 2/25/15 1:37p | Buy | 50 | $153.21 | TSLA | 2/25/15 1:46p | 2/25/15 1:46p | Buy | 100 | $205.85 | RIG | 2/25/15 1:48p | 2/25/15 1:48p | Buy | 150 | $16.12 | RYCEY | 2/25/15 1:38p | 2/25/15 1:53p | Buy | 100 | $72.85 | AAPL | 2/25/15 1:54p | 2/25/15 1:54p | Sell | 40 | $130.43 | DQ | 2/26/15 12:49p | 2/26/15 12:49p | Buy | 50 | $21.15 | MOSY | 2/26/15 12:49p | 2/26/15 12:49p | Buy | 1000 | $1.97 | MSFT | 2/26/15 12:51p | 2/26/15 12:51p | Buy | 100 | $44.04 | LFRGY | 2/26/15 12:53p | 2/26/15 1:08p | Buy | 200 | $18.78 | GOOGL | 2/27/15 1:39p | 2/27/15 1:39p | Buy | 25 | $564.32 | DQ | 3/2/15 12:46p | 3/2/15 12:46p | Buy | 150 | $27.76 | AAPL | 3/2/15 12:51p | 3/2/15 12:51p | Buy | 100 | $128.83 | COKE | 3/2/15 12:55p | 3/2/15 12:55p | Buy | 20 | $105.04 | PFF | 3/4/15 12:19p | 3/4/15 12:19p | Buy | 100 | $40.07 | COKE | 3/4/15 12:21p | 3/4/15 12:21p | Sell | 100 | $105.80 | GOOGL | 3/4/15 12:22p | 3/4/15 12:22p | Sell | 70 | $577.66 | AMZN | 3/4/15 12:27p | 3/4/15 12:27p | Sell | 20 | $384.83 | MCD | 3/4/15 12:28p | 3/4/15 12:28p | Sell | 25 | $99.81 | MWW | 3/4/15 12:29p | 3/4/15 12:29p | Sell | 200 | $6.67 | FB | 3/6/15 1:59p | 3/6/15 1:59p | Sell | 35 | $80.21 | GOOGL | 3/7/15 2:31a | 3/9/15 9:33a | Buy | 30 | $570.92 | NKE | 3/9/15 10:52a | 3/9/15 10:52a | Sell | 10 | $97.55 | VRX | 3/9/15 2:19p | 3/9/15 2:19p | Buy | 30 | $203.19 | RYCEY | 3/9/15 2:16p | 3/9/15 2:31p | Sell | 100 | $75.47 | EBAY | 3/10/15 5:35a | 3/10/15 9:31a | Sell | 25 | $60.09 | GOOGL | 3/10/15 5:36a | 3/10/15 9:32a | Sell | 30 | $568.52 | URBN | 3/10/15 10:31a | 3/10/15 10:31a | Buy | 50 | $42.97 | QCOM | 3/10/15 10:33a | 3/10/15 10:33a | Buy | 250 | $72.97 | LL | 3/10/15 10:35a | 3/10/15 10:35a | Buy | 200 | $31.12 | PAY | 3/10/15 10:36a | 3/10/15 10:36a | Buy | 200 | $33.16 | SNDK | 3/11/15 2:24p | 3/11/15 2:24p | Buy | 200 | $83.37 | BX | 3/11/15 3:30p | 3/11/15 3:30p | Sell | 20 | $38.38 | DG | 3/11/15 3:31p | 3/11/15 3:31p | Sell | 20 | $71.63 | URBN | 3/12/15 1:28p | 3/12/15 1:28p | Sell | 50 | $44.19 | LL | 3/12/15 1:31p | 3/12/15 1:31p | Sell | 200 | $36.59 | CAPN | 3/12/15 2:27p | 3/12/15 2:27p | Sell | 50 | $6.80 | GSK | 3/12/15 2:30p | 3/12/15 2:30p | Buy | 100 | $46.27 | AZN | 3/12/15 2:32p | 3/12/15 2:32p | Buy | 100 | $66.78 | TWX | 3/12/15 2:34p | 3/12/15 2:34p | Buy | 100 | $84.60 | PAY | 3/12/15 2:41p | 3/12/15 3:06p | Sell | 100 | $35.20 | YELP | 3/11/15 3:34p | 3/13/15 9:46a | Sell | 10 | $47.19 | AZN | 3/12/15 2:37p | 3/13/15 10:36a | Sell | 50 | $67.20 | GSK | 3/12/15 2:36p | 3/16/15 9:35a | Sell | 50 | $46.60 | TWX | 3/12/15 2:38p | 3/16/15 10:06a | Sell | 50 | $85.00 | DIS | 3/16/15 10:58a | 3/16/15 10:58a | Sell | 15 | $107.22 | PAY | 3/16/15 10:58a | 3/16/15 10:58a | Sell | 100 | $35.32 | JWN | 3/16/15 1:20p | 3/16/15 1:20p | Sell | 20 | $80.04 | DAX | 3/16/15 1:23p | 3/16/15 1:23p | Buy | 100 | $28.30 | AZN | 3/16/15 1:26p | 3/16/15 1:26p | Sell | 50 | $68.91 | ADDYY | 3/16/15 1:25p | 3/16/15 1:40p | Buy | 200 | $38.34 | GSK | 3/12/15 2:36p | 3/16/15 3:05p | Sell | 50 | $47.00 | AAL | 3/17/15 9:33a | 3/17/15 9:34a | Buy | 200 | $52.79 | ADBE | 3/17/15 9:34a | 3/17/15 9:34a | Buy | 100 | $78.43 | BDE | 3/17/15 9:35a | 3/17/15 9:35a | Buy | 500 | $9.10 | BDE | 3/17/15 9:35a | 3/17/15 9:35a | Buy | 500 | $9.07 | BDE | 3/17/15 9:41a | 3/17/15 9:45a | Sell | 500 | $9.20 | BDE | 3/17/15 9:46a | 3/17/15 9:46a | Sell | 500 | $9.31 | AAL | 3/17/15 9:45a | 3/17/15 1:54p | Sell | 200 | $53.73 | TWX | 3/17/15 1:24p | 3/17/15 2:11p | Sell | 50 | $86.00 | BABA | 3/17/15 2:35p | 3/17/15 2:35p | Buy | 200 | $84.60 | GRPN | 3/17/15 2:46p | 3/17/15 2:46p | Buy | 1000 | $7.91 | BABA | 3/17/15 2:36p | 3/17/15 2:51p | Sell | 200 | $84.73 | ADBE | 3/17/15 2:50p | 3/17/15 2:51p | Sell | 80 | $79.45 | ADBE | 3/17/15 3:38p | 3/17/15 3:39p | Sell | 20 | $79.82 | BA | 3/17/15 3:40p | 3/17/15 3:42p | Sell | 60 | $154.88 | SNE | 3/18/15 10:02a | 3/18/15 10:02a | Sell | 50 | $28.06 | GOOGL | 3/18/15 10:04a | 3/18/15 10:04a | Buy | 20 | $555.00 | ORCL | 3/18/15 10:07a | 3/18/15 10:07a | Buy | 200 | $44.56 | ORCL | 3/18/15 10:08a | 3/18/15 10:08a | Sell | 100 | $44.70 | ZQK | 3/18/15 10:09a | 3/18/15 10:09a | Buy | 5000 | $1.99 | P | 3/18/15 10:13a | 3/18/15 10:13a | Sell | 100 | $16.48 | ZQK | 3/18/15 10:12a | 3/18/15 10:37a | Sell | 3000 | $2.05 | GOOGL | 3/18/15 10:06a | 3/18/15 2:00p | Sell | 20 | $557.28 | VRX | 3/18/15 10:14a | 3/18/15 2:00p | Sell | 30 | $203.00 | GE | 3/18/15 2:12p | 3/18/15 2:12p | Buy | 500 | $25.52 | GE | 3/18/15 2:13p | 3/18/15 2:15p | Sell | 300 | $25.60 | GES | 3/19/15 11:50a | 3/19/15 11:50a | Buy | 1000 | $19.39 | CERN | 3/19/15 11:51a | 3/19/15 11:51a | Buy | 200 | $73.96 | CERN | 3/19/15 11:52a | 3/19/15 12:09p | Sell | 200 | $74.11 | ALLY | 3/19/15 1:44p | 3/19/15 1:44p | Buy | 300 | $21.19 | ALLY | 3/19/15 1:45p | 3/19/15 2:08p | Sell | 200 | $21.26 | SNDK | 3/19/15 1:47p | 3/19/15 2:19p | Sell | 200 | $84.65 | TMUS | 3/19/15 2:44p | 3/19/15 2:44p | Buy | 400 | $33.37 | GES | 3/19/15 3:35p | 3/19/15 3:35p | Sell | 500 | $19.47 | GES | 3/19/15 3:36p | 3/19/15 3:36p | Sell | 400 | $19.49 | ZQK | 3/19/15 3:37p | 3/19/15 3:37p | Sell | 1500 | $2.05 | BABA | 3/19/15 1:42p | 3/20/15 9:30a | Sell | 20 | $86.33 | BIIB | 3/20/15 9:48a | 3/20/15 9:48a | Buy | 50 | $462.51 | NKE | 3/20/15 9:49a | 3/20/15 9:49a | Buy | 100 | $102.01 | DAX | 3/20/15 9:54a | 3/20/15 9:55a | Sell | 100 | $28.52 | TWTR | 3/20/15 9:56a | 3/20/15 9:59a | Sell | 50 | $48.85 | KBH | 3/20/15 9:56a | 3/20/15 10:06a | Sell | 100 | $15.00 | ZQK | 3/19/15 3:38p | 3/20/15 10:24a | Sell | 500 | $2.15 | NKE | 3/20/15 9:53a | 3/20/15 10:37a | Sell | 100 | $103.02 | ALLY | 3/20/15 9:54a | 3/20/15 10:54a | Sell | 100 | $21.46 | DFS | 3/20/15 10:54a | 3/20/15 10:54a | Sell | 20 | $59.39 | DF | 3/20/15 10:55a | 3/20/15 10:55a | Sell | 50 | $16.17 | K | 3/20/15 10:55a | 3/20/15 10:55a | Sell | 20 | $63.65 | BIIB | 3/20/15 10:44a | 3/20/15 11:14a | Sell | 50 | $465.67 | LRLCY | 3/20/15 11:19a | 3/20/15 11:35a | Sell | 50 | $36.99 | KRFT | 3/20/15 11:24a | 3/20/15 11:42a | Buy | 100 | $62.00 | DQ | 3/20/15 2:40p | 3/20/15 2:40p | Sell | 200 | $26.84 | THC | 3/23/15 9:45a | 3/23/15 9:45a | Buy | 100 | $50.84 | SEM | 3/23/15 9:48a | 3/23/15 9:48a | Buy | 500 | $15.14 | THC | 3/23/15 9:49a | 3/23/15 9:51a | Sell | 100 | $51.56 | KRFT | 3/20/15 2:41p | 3/23/15 9:52a | Sell | 100 | $62.30 | GNW | 3/23/15 9:47a | 3/23/15 9:54a | Buy | 1000 | $7.70 | THC | 3/23/15 10:07a | 3/23/15 10:07a | Buy | 200 | $51.77 | THC | 3/23/15 10:10a | 3/23/15 10:10a | Sell | 100 | $52.00 | GNW | 3/23/15 10:08a | 3/23/15 10:24a | Sell | 500 | $7.85 | SEM | 3/23/15 9:48a | 3/23/15 10:26a | Sell | 500 | $15.23 | THC | 3/23/15 11:31a | 3/23/15 11:31a | Sell | 100 | $52.49 | IMGN | 3/23/15 11:35a | 3/23/15 12:00p | Buy | 1000 | $8.65 | GNW | 3/23/15 11:31a | 3/23/15 12:26p | Sell | 500 | $7.80 | MTW | 3/23/15 11:33a | 3/23/15 1:12p | Sell | 25 | $21.85 | BAC | 3/20/15 11:23a | 3/24/15 9:30a | Buy | 200 | $15.70 | IMGN | 3/23/15 10:26a | 3/24/15 9:36a | Buy | 500 | $8.50 | ABMD | 3/24/15 10:37a | 3/24/15 10:37a | Buy | 200 | $70.30 | MKC | 3/24/15 10:39a | 3/24/15 10:39a | Buy | 100 | $77.20 | NFLX | 3/24/15 10:39a | 3/24/15 10:39a | Buy | 20 | $437.49 | SONC | 3/24/15 10:40a | 3/24/15 10:40a | Buy | 100 | $36.13 | SONC | 3/24/15 11:02a | 3/24/15 11:07a | Sell | 100 | $36.50 | NFLX | 3/24/15 11:01a | 3/24/15 11:12a | Sell | 20 | $440.21 | ABMD | 3/24/15 11:00a | 3/24/15 11:44a | Sell | 150 | $71.05 | ABMD | 3/24/15 11:00a | 3/24/15 12:58p | Sell | 50 | $72.30 | GOOGL | 3/24/15 1:09p | 3/24/15 1:09p | Short | 20 | $579.70 | ADDYY | 3/24/15 1:53p | 3/24/15 2:08p | Sell | 200 | $38.98 | NFLX | 3/24/15 1:14p | 3/24/15 2:10p | Short | 30 | $441.24 | MOSY | 3/24/15 1:53p | 3/24/15 3:03p | Sell | 1000 | $2.05 | NFLX | 3/25/15 9:42a | 3/25/15 9:42a | Cover | 30 | $434.01 | MDLZ | 3/25/15 9:43a | 3/25/15 9:43a | Short | 200 | $35.99 | RIG | 3/25/15 9:44a | 3/25/15 9:44a | Short | 200 | $15.36 | KRFT | 3/25/15 9:46a | 3/25/15 9:46a | Short | 100 | $81.16 | GOOGL | 3/25/15 9:47a | 3/25/15 9:47a | Cover | 20 | $574.56 | KRFT | 3/25/15 10:16a | 3/25/15 10:18a | Short | 100 | $81.39 | KFX | 3/25/15 10:18a | 3/25/15 10:18a | Short | 500 | $10.93 | GES | 3/19/15 3:36p | 3/25/15 10:23a | Sell | 100 | $19.67 | THC | 3/23/15 9:52a | 3/25/15 11:23a | Buy | 200 | $50.85 | KRFT | 3/25/15 11:53a | 3/25/15 11:53a | Buy | 100 | $86.44 | KFX | 3/26/15 1:49p | 3/26/15 1:49p | Cover | 500 | $10.94 | ACN | 3/26/15 1:59p | 3/26/15 1:59p | Short | 80 | $94.50 | FINL | 3/23/15 11:32a | 3/27/15 9:30a | Sell | 25 | $24.65 | KRFT | 3/25/15 1:46p | 3/27/15 9:42a | Sell | 100 | $87.15 | MDLZ | 3/27/15 9:59a | 3/27/15 9:59a | Cover | 200 | $35.11 | CCL | 3/27/15 10:04a | 3/27/15 10:08a | Short | 100 | $47.52 | KRFT | 3/27/15 10:22a | 3/27/15 10:22a | Short | 100 | $86.91 | RIG | 3/27/15 10:23a | 3/27/15 10:23a | Cover | 200 | $14.75 | KRFT | 3/27/15 2:55p | 3/27/15 2:55p | Buy | 48 | $88.87 | CCL | 3/27/15 10:03a | 3/30/15 9:34a | Short | 100 | $47.72 | MKC | 3/24/15 11:00a | 3/30/15 9:34a | Sell | 100 | $77.60 | CCL | 3/30/15 9:39a | 3/30/15 9:39a | Cover | 150 | $47.33 | ADI | 3/30/15 9:40a | 3/30/15 9:40a | Buy | 100 | $63.37 | UNH | 3/30/15 9:42a | 3/30/15 9:42a | Buy | 50 | $122.44 | 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50 | $2.83 | FAST | 4/14/15 9:38a | 4/14/15 9:38a | Buy | 100 | $40.52 | LFRGY | 4/14/15 9:33a | 4/14/15 9:49a | Sell | 200 | $16.60 | Z | 4/14/15 9:36a | 4/14/15 9:51a | Buy | 200 | $92.94 | MSFT | 4/14/15 10:37a | 4/14/15 10:37a | Sell | 100 | $41.43 | Z | 4/14/15 10:33a | 4/14/15 10:48a | Short | 100 | $87.05 | Z | 4/14/15 10:35a | 4/14/15 10:50a | Sell | 200 | $86.71 | FAST | 4/14/15 10:01a | 4/14/15 2:50p | Sell | 100 | $41.80 | THC | 3/30/15 10:57a | 4/15/15 9:32a | Sell | 50 | $52.26 | DAL | 4/15/15 9:49a | 4/15/15 9:49a | Buy | 200 | $44.47 | THC | 4/15/15 9:50a | 4/15/15 9:50a | Buy | 100 | $52.23 | SWHC | 4/15/15 9:52a | 4/15/15 9:52a | Buy | 100 | $14.71 | GDDY | 4/15/15 10:17a | 4/15/15 10:17a | Sell | 100 | $25.76 | QCOM | 4/15/15 10:17a | 4/15/15 10:17a | Sell | 280 | $68.78 | TSLA | 4/15/15 10:17a | 4/15/15 10:17a | Cover | 30 | $209.10 | ANGI | 4/15/15 10:18a | 4/15/15 10:18a | Buy | 200 | $6.17 | Z | 4/15/15 10:16a | 4/15/15 10:31a | Buy | 50 | $93.60 | PCP | 4/15/15 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