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Watchlist Update

22 Jan

Watchlist Update

13 Jan

With a hanging man pattern on the daily SPY chart, the week started off with a bearish tone. As discussed in prior posts, we like to wait for confirmation when entering and exiting a trade. Our entry “confirmation” long is simply a break ABOVE the prior day’s candle (setup candle), and vice versa for shorts (break BELOW prior day’s bearish candle).
In the case of a gap up (as was Monday’s price action), we wait for a break ABOVE the first 15-min candle to get long and vice versa for shorts. Therefore we didn’t have many long’s trigger from this week’s watchlist, but our shorts are performing nicely. This is the reason a balanced portfolio of calls and puts is so vital, you never know what the market will throw at you.

HEAT – Long

ATVI, GME, KSS, NTES – Short.
AAPL, AMZN, WDC, FFIV, GMCR, STR – No entry. Never broke first 15-min high of 1/9.
IOC – No Entry. Never broke prior day’s high of 1/8.
EXPD – No Entry. Broke 1/8 low, but it was during the first 15-min which no trades are placed according to our rules.
ERTS – No Entry. Gap lower, unable to get in.
Overall, + $ on the week. When in need of a quick hedge, as discussed before, grab calls or puts on the QQQQ, SPY, IWM, or DIA. The tight spreads allow for a quick hedge at an efficient price to be established.

Watchlist Update

8 Dec

To view the original watchlist posted on Nov 29 click here.

Wk36: Watchlist Update

9 Sep

If we take out $1040 on the S&P500 look for these stocks to breakoutBWLD, CNQR, CREE, MNKD, NETL
If we pull back, here are some weak stocks in down channels or down trends… AAN, AKA, MGVA, PCL

Wk13: Watchlist Update

24 Mar

Monday got off to a great start with news of February Existing Home Sales rising 5.1%, the largest increase since July 2003. We added a few more longs to the watchlist and as we said before, since the market is strong watch for relatively weak stocks to short.
Long:
CTRP – Bull Flag: Use the top of the consolidation for entry.
JCOM – Triangle: Enter on the breakout or the retest.
MOS – Ascending Triangle: This can be an anticipatory entry now or wait for a breakout of 46.
RCII – Triangle: Watch for a breakout.
WFR – This stock broke out today, but watch for a retest for entry.
Short:
SIGM – Head and Shoulders: Watch for a retest