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8 12, 2019

Top Russell 1000 Momentum Set-Ups

By |2019-12-08T17:22:13-05:00December 8, 2019 5:21 pm|

Top Russell 1000 Momentum Set-Ups $BURL $DIS $NOW $ZS $PYPL $SBAC We discussed; *What works best in the short-term *How do most stocks move in the short-term *Upside Targets are nonsense *Contraction Leads to Expansion       You can find Stocks Before They Breakout Here https://bit.ly/2Cuh784 and Here https://bit.ly/2JZ3JNR      

1 12, 2019

Top Momentum Set-Ups For Tomorrow

By |2019-12-01T17:10:19-05:00December 1, 2019 5:06 pm|

Here is a short video going over the top 200 momentum names, we also touched on what is swing trading, is the Biotech sector too hot, and what does the beginning of December usually brings us. $ISEE $TSLA $BIDU $RNG You can find Stocks Before They Breakout Here https://bit.ly/2Cuh784 and Here https://bit.ly/2JZ3JNR

24 11, 2019

Top Momentum Set-ups for Tomorrow

By |2019-11-24T19:21:42-05:00November 24, 2019 7:21 pm|

Top Momentum Set-ups for tomorrow; $CRUS $VIPS $RNG $ZBRA $RAD 1. What is swing trading? 2. The short-term edge according to Jim Simons. 3. Miscellaneous plays; $KOP $GNC $NPTN $GPI You can find Stocks Before They Breakout Here https://bit.ly/2Cuh784 and Here https://bit.ly/2JZ3JNR

19 11, 2019

Six Bases Worth Keeping An Eye On

By |2019-11-19T09:19:58-05:00November 19, 2019 8:32 am|

$ENDP, $CBT, $GNK, $BIDU, $ULTA and $RAD are six stocks that are trying to emerge from bases. I’m always intrigued by bases because, typically, a prolonged period of contraction leads to an extended period of expansion. We have covered bases extensively here (SEE BELOW) on the blog, and they are one of my favorite set-ups. Stan Weinstein, the author of Secrets For Profiting In Bull And Bear Markets, has a great definition of the “basing area,” specifically the ones that are formed after several down months. The Basing Area: “After XYZ has been declining for several months, it eventually will [...]

10 11, 2019

Top Momentum Set-ups and Top Liquid Set-ups

By |2019-11-10T19:45:07-05:00November 10, 2019 7:42 pm|

Below you have two separate videos, in the first one, we touch briefly on the indices and then go over the TOP 200 Momentum names in the market today; $LLNW $ALGN $AKRX $SPAR $BBBY $DDD $VC $LRCX. In the second video we look at the top high price liquid set-ups; $ALGN $LRCX $SPOT $ALLE $FAST $ORLY. You can find Stocks Before They Breakout Here https://bit.ly/2Cuh784 and Here https://bit.ly/2JZ3JNR

30 10, 2019

Swing Trading ROKU

By |2019-10-30T19:40:53-04:00October 30, 2019 1:03 pm|

Swing trading is a strategy that looks to take advantage of the movement of stocks in the short-term. Many, if not all, stocks move in small bursts that may last 1-10 days, the returns that you might achieve within the bursts have to do a lot with the current market environment.  Swing traders look to take advantage of that by shooting for smaller gains, cutting losses quicker, and repeating this over and over again. Consistent smaller profits can compound into excellent annual returns. By smaller gains, I mean 5-15% within the burst. One of the best ways to look for [...]

18 10, 2019

Forget About New Highs

By |2019-10-18T13:20:04-04:00October 18, 2019 1:18 pm|

New Highs are entirely relative to your timeframe and how much heat you are willing to take immediately after. It ain't always sunshine and rainbows when something hits "BLUE SKY TERRITORY." Take a look at the Semiconductor ETF chart below ($SMH), and you can see that new highs in the sector have led to short-term pain instead of an all-clear signal that all is well. Click to ENLARGE and read the notes. You can see a similar pattern in the Nasdaq 100 and the S&P500. Sometimes it is best to curb your new high enthusiasm. Whether or not this most [...]

5 10, 2019

What a Week

By |2019-10-08T10:28:28-04:00October 5, 2019 8:57 am|

The Market started this week somewhat strong, on Monday, the indices we up +.50% or more across the board. The only issue was that breadth was weak, a lot weaker than it should've been for a +.50% day. We ended the day with 150 stocks down -4% or more vs. 78 that closed up +4% or more; these are not the type of numbers you want to see when the market is up +.50%.   On Tuesday, we started on a positive note, but that quickly changed when the Manufacturing numbers came out at 10:00 am; they were weak, according [...]

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