Looking at recent strength and over 200-Day Moving Average on the 1 year chart a pullback to the weekly 5 year chart shows a run up possibility off this long forming base. Look to enter now and possibly with a risk of the stock going to zero for position sizing to wait for the longer term move. www.wilsonsfinancemind.com
On the 5 year chart timeframe I'd look for an entry now or near the 200 day moving average around $2.14. My stop loss would be just below or near $2.00 - $2.10 range. Possible lower high in place bounced at the 200 day. Price target would be over $3.50 with a hopeful test of $4.50 in the future. No time-frame on this move just a stop loss that I wouldn't move ...
Looking for a long entry on NLST as it has shown a developing long term trend. Look for entry over the $2.00 mark or at the current price. Stops placed around 1.39 if you are aggressive otherwise .90 would be the conservative stop. Expect a choppy move, but movement through the 2.50 mark leads to a high reward to risk ratio.
Should have entered awhile ago, but looking at the 1 year chart all systems are strong in this stock at the moment. With good daily volume for liquidity, all moving averages pointing up, and the price in a sustained uptrend looking for an entry at these levels is acceptable. I'd place a stop at $36 if being aggressive, but $30 would be safer if the gap fills.
Looking for a long entry point in AMBA as it shows a sustained uptrend developing off the $40 price level base. It is above all moving averages and they are beginning to show an upward trend as well. I would look to enter at current prices with a $60 stop level for aggressive trades or a $30 level for more conservative long-term trades.
We are seeing a continued breakout in CSCO this morning after a slight pullback. It is in a confirmed uptrend on the year although a choppy one. Entry now at the highs of the day with a stop around $29 would be ideal trade, but possibly setting a stop as low $25.50 for a more conservative approach in your risk calculation.
Recent break above 200 day moving average on the 5 year weekly chart signals a good entry point. I'd look for an entry around the $50 range with a stop around $40, but more conservatively you could look at a stop in the mid 30's. Already has been in a YTD upward trend and may only be getting started.
Here is another setup I like in which 3 month and 1 year charts show a definitive upward trend. All the moving averages are upward sloping as well. I'd look for entry above previous day's highs. Stops would be placed around $11.92 for a tight stop, but possibly using the 40 day moving average for a more conservative stop would work out as well.
From my read in Reminiscence of a Stock Operator the area that I remember well is when a stock approaches a barrier amount pay attention. $100 is that amount and once broken could run immediately past it. A strong upward trend has been present in the 1 year and 5 year chart. Risking a downward move to $90/share from current price level of $99 for unlimited ...