SPY pulled back in yesterday but is holding the 9ema, while IWM and QQQ look even more vulnerable. We are at an interesting stock because even with the market's vulnerability , there are some interesting setups. So the question is, to we continue to build longs after already having long positions, or do we pass on these setups? Today's watch included TSLA, WTW, GPRO, AAOI, ILMN, SEDG, LOW, GOOGL, MCD, PETS, RACE and FCX.
Gap up list: NFLX, NKE, AMTD, DWCH, SRPT, ATHN, PETS, SGMS, AKS, FCX, X, CA, ATI, IRBT, X, AMD, BA, ADP, TREE, BCOR, AXTI, AAN, BIDU, FSLR, ACHC, SOHU
Gap down list: HOG, GS, LOW, HD, AXP, GOOGL, AMZN, TWTR, BWLD, MAT, AKS, MD, OZRK
ETF Focus List: SPXL, FAS, SOXL, CURE, BRZU, YINN, EDC, UWT
Current Positions: Entered LABU and FB. Still holding SQQQ, FSLR and NFLX.
ETF List (for post fed longs and shorts analysis): SPY, IWM, QQQ, SMH, IBB, XHB, XLF, USO, XLE, EWZ, RSX, GLD, HACK
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