Another ascending wedge has appeared. We are currently awaiting a small pull back before a final push up but this does not look like its getting to $200 like previously thought. Bearish headwinds are appearing and larger more long-term ascending wedges are appearing in the market.
This was one of my more prodigious predictions - a declining wedge inside a consolidating triangle. It has jumped today to the upper limit of the consolidating pattern, but where to now? The limits and lines have stayed consistent so crosing and closing above or below them should tell you which way the trade is headed.
Notice my custom MACD line crossing below both of its signal lines. Before, when It crossed above them, the price went up and there was a normal MACD cross there shortly after. I think now the price will go down to retest the lows of March, and possibly even go lower.
My custom "Fast MACD" (Yellow Line) line crossed above its two signal lines. I think the regular MACD (Aqua Line)crosses above its signal line soon as well. At the time of that cross, we should be seeing some recovery from this coronavirus in the markets. Semiconductor companies still have incredibly strong growth.
One of the best long-term performers in the stock market is the semiconductor sector. With a strong likelihood that AI will change the world in the next 10-20 years and disrupt every other industry, there are big profits to be made in semiconductor companies that are heavily invested in AI research and provide the processors to power it.
That said, the current...
Semiconductors have been in a fairly strong uptrend and broke above their parallel channel yesterday, and they could cycle up again later today. However, watch out for the possibility of a breach of the lower trend line, especially if Taiwan Semiconductors earnings are bad tomorrow.
Here's how I'm trading SOXL right now. I buy when it gets below the red channel and sell when it gets above the red channel. A breach of either of the blue trend lines would indicate a breakout from the current trading range. So I'm keeping a stop loss just below the lower blue trend line.
Today I exited at 170, and my next buy order is at 152.50. I hope to see...