Na, you need at least a 2 point stabilizer here (position + rotation). The ghosting is a clear sign of tiny pixel differences turning into huge rotational values. And you shouldn't apply trackers to "soft" targets to begin with. Track the dots on the neck, the decorative border or the string spindles and make sure your 2 trackers are reasonably spaced apart to increase precision of the rotation tracking....
It also looks to me like there's some motion blur in the original video from camera movement. Stabilizing won't fix motion blur.
I think Rick's got a good point: this appears to to have been VERY shaky video at one time.
AE's intended to correct minor flaws, but you can't count on it to work miracles. There's a very simple way to make things easier on yourself: use a tripod when you shoot.
And if that's not in the budget, here's a low-cost alternative: fill up a heavy cloth bag with playground sand, put it on some stable object, and nestle the camera on top. The sand in the bag will conform to the camera's shape, and you'll have a stable shot.