Stocks To Buy Today
The market has been very quiet. The SP500 has been alternating days for the last two weeks, the bulls and the bears have shown no interest thus far to make something happen.
In my eyes, the energy names continue to have the best swing set-ups in the short term Contraction leads to expansion, so a move here is in the cards, the million dollar question is whether it will be to the upside or downside. If it’s to the upside, the stocks below are the ones on my watchlist for today.
GNW, DNV, AREX, DNR, PES, YELP, ERX, GTLS, AMED, EXPE, MBLY, GOOGL, LNKD, BTE.
The rules are simple;
- Only get involved if they go through yesterday’s high plus a few pennies.
- Based on the chart patterns, the stops are close and clear.
- Either the market will get you in or keep you out.
- I only play this list one way, LONG.
- Stocks move in momentum burst of 3-5 days (stockbee), you want to buy on the first day and start unloading on the way up and on days 3,4,5.
- You are going to be wrong half the time.
- Position size makes all the difference in the world.
- I work with a price stop and a time stop.
- Stocks in the short term move from 52-week lows, 52-week highs, all time highs, etc.
- Contraction leads to expansion; this happens at lows, highs, middle, etc.
- I tend to stay away from buying stocks in the first 15-minutes.
My opinion and outlook are subject to change as new information comes in.
Frank Zorrilla, Registered Advisor In New York. If you need a second opinion, suggestions, and or feedback in regards to the market feel free to reach me at email@example.com or 646-480-7463.
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