SPY short entry at $195, long at $189-190. BIDU, AIRM, FB and NFLX at or near entry. New short setups. Video goes into them plus new breakout setup ICPT.
Video Analysis (6 minutes):
Today’s video goes over new short setups and one new breakout setup. As usual, short and to the point.
If you have not already, watch today’s intra-day report for quick hits on almost all the focus list stocks (3 minutes):
Key SPY Pivot Levels: 199 : recent old high, 195.37: 50 dma, 190 gap fill and support level
Under the Hood and Trading Game Plan:
Nothing has changed in our SPY analysis. Still looking to short around $195 and get long in the $189-190 range.
I will use UPRO to go long SPY. It is a 3x leveraged ETF that tracks SPY. While SPY was down .54% today, UPRO was down 1.64%.
I am still holding TWTR and AAPL.
The Trade Journal results
The Focus List
For annotated charts with entries, see the report for Monday.
Focus list stocks near entry levels: BIDU, AIRM, NFLX, FB.
ICPT broke out on strong volume over a major trading range. This is the type of breakout that can lead to a sustained up move. I will watch for a pullback to $300. This stock could reach old highs around $475.
With the markets showing signs of a possible retest of the 200 dma, I am going to start paying more attention to short setups. This does not mean I will take more shorts, but if the time is right I will be ready. I am considering entering NOV or YELP. Both are at entry levels.
YELP: Stop 71-72. Target $65.
NOV: $82-82.50 Stop $83.50-84 Target $74-75
These are stocks that I always watch, though they might not be in my tradeable watchlist, nor are they actually always leading the market.
Not much going on here today. Z broke below another moving average, but still above the old trading range.
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