The 200ema has been tested several times, and has worked very well as a mid-term support level.
Risk reward ratio is easy to set-up with a 3:1 ratio approximately.
Sector & Industry Analysis
It is important to note that the industries inside the sector have different performance, which has been very useful to analyze what the market thinks...
Materials sector has been showing relative strength. It is actually 3th in YTD performance, after 1. Technology, 2. Discretionary (Mega-cap lead sectors)
Today it is resting on the 100ema, which has been supportive since march 23rd crash.
This level is also coinciding with early 2020's high, as well as 4 other tests of the support; including a failed breakout,...
200sma has been a strong resistance since the March drop. The red circles show 4 times trying to get to it.
Placing fibonacci retracement lines shows confluence with a support level (green rectangle from late June --> early July)
The 20sma crossed below the 50sma on September 27th. (Bearish signal trend model)
Also, if we close at the current price, we are...
20sma is being supportive, but it is recommended to keep your stops somewhat below the average.
A close below $190 would be a bearish warning.
The broad market has been taking a downturn over the past week. The Transportation industry has been consolidating, showing relative strength over the rest of the market.
While the white house...
Breaking down through support, this is what kept me out of trading PFE to the long-side even though it looked bullish. With the elections coming up and democrats leading the polls, I'd stay away from pharma and insurers. Lean towards medical devices if you need healthcare exposure.
Square, NYSE:SQ , hasn't performed nearly as strongly as the rest of the market that has just about surpassed their previous highs from the lows of late 2018. Other stocks in the Fintech space, such as NASDAQ:PYPL , NYSE:V , NYSE:MA , and NASDAQ:INTU have been extremely strong, already making all-time highs. Square is a clear industry laggard, with a lot of...