KRE (Regional Banking Sector ETF) is playing out as predicted in Friday's post so far with in impulsive move down close to the first bounce target (blue TL) so far today, down nearly 5% on the day. Still unsure of just how far the likely bounce off the 50.15ish support level will run although that [...]
Hard to say how far the bounce off the 50ish support level will run, assuming KRE (Regional Banking ETF) is headed there in the coming weeks as I suspect, but I think the most likely scenarios will be something along these lines... KRE daily March 17th
I had an inquiry on XLF (Financial Sector ETF) from member @dpandita. After essentially hitting the measured target for the 2015-2016 Inverse Head & Shoulders pattern, XLF has been forming a Descending Broadening Wedge Pattern. An upside breakdown of the pattern & break above the recent highs would be bullish while a downside break of [...]
This video starts with analysis on gold, silver, platinum & GDX, followed by coverage of the US stock market (via SPY, QQQ & IWM) various sectors & some of the recent trade ideas posted on Right Side Of The Chart.
This video reviews all of the official trade ideas, both long & short, that are currently listed as Active Swing Trades on Right Side Of The Chart. While the majority are still Active Trades, several of these trades have already hit their final price target or exceeded their maximum suggested stop & will be reassigned [...]
As a breakdown of this 60-minute bearish rising wedge appears imminent, quite likely to occur on a gap down at the open on Monday, KRE (Regional Banking ETF) will be added as an aggressive short trade here while still inside the wedge pattern. The 'Trump-Pump' in the regional bank stocks in expectation of a dismantling [...]
The following short trades have either exceeded their suggested stop(s) or no longer look compelling from an risk-reward perspective and will be moved to the Completed Trades category: ADBE: Has traded slightly above the suggested stop of 77.09 over the last several trading sessions, resulting in a relatively small loss of 2.8%. As the R/R [...]