Look to the scenario of 20 days rule, it's going UP or DOWN accuracy in trend for 20 days.
Now, I expect that the volatility will increase, even double to 10 days, but with less movement between 3%-5% range.
After increasing volatility, and in next 20 days, with movements like /\/\/\/\/\/\, than in the middle of february, high expectancy of movements to 2650$ price level.
Apple stock has been lagging compared to a lot of techs and it's influence on the Nasdaq market is pulling a lot of other stocks lower. We do have earnings coming up at the end of the month of October so that should be a very indicative sign of where this market wants to go.
The 100-day EMA is super attractive for institutional buying and price is not far away...
Non-Commercial Traders have had a change of heart after closing the largest short position on the NASDAQ in more than a decade. Net positions including options from the CFTC COT Weekly Data now stand at 19,512. This is as a result of short positions falling from 142k to 54k.
Traders, mostly retail traders have ploughed back capital into call options, used to...
Combing the largest market cap companies within Nasdaq - Mentioned as the FAANGs
Includes: Facebook, Netflix, Google, Apple and Amazon.
There are greatest moves within the markets it's usually when it's the earning season, happens 4 times a yr - December, March, June, and September. That isn't my focus for now...
The technical aspect of Nasdaq at this current...
In summary we expect price to reach for the inefficiencies created from the September slump/pullback, will give us a fair idea when to take buy positions on the NAS100 Index and US30 index. Ideal it's buy on retest of the broken structure!
... or could be!
There is more money to be made here than in a "crash" ... so do it! Scalp it like a there was no tomorrow - as there may not be one :-)
(Both, outright Longs & Shorts are suckers here!)
We saw that tech had led the majority of this rally, retail or not. the tech rally was the center of attention. Which is focused around the largest tech companies we all know.
Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Google, and Apple. Together they have a Market Cap of over $5.6Trillion. Making up over 35% of the Nasdaq Index. If we include the honorary FAANG member,...
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What you are looking at is an equally weighted 'portfolio' of all the FAANG stocks,
And what the performance would have looked like if you had put an equal dollar weighted amount into each, at the earliest point you were able to, i understand that this is impossible to time or predict, but what it does do, is it serves to illustrate...