The pattern has set up a short in a weak stock within a weakening industry group. Ideally we get a back test to 76.50 but since the hourly chart has a minor back test yesterday a short position here is now valid. I have taken a small position and will add if we get a back test on Friday September 7, 2018.
H is forming a beautiful double top with strong Twiggs money flow divergence. We think it has strong down side potential if it breaks its 50 day moving average. We would consider $80 August puts @ $4.50
* Trade Criteria *
Date First Found- February 27, 2018
Pattern/Why- Double Top formation
Entry Criteria- From current level ($76.87) (Hit February 28,...
When you look at price action, what do you see?
1) Major trend direction. Long
2)Major support & resistance areas. Support is $55.00 & Resistance is $58.00
3) Last earnings was: positive or negative
On chart 8/3/17, was positive with 0.17 cent surprise (PA will go up in future)
It is very hard to trade stocks around EARNINGS.
4) What is Bollinger Band...
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H seems forming a head & shoulder formation. Moneyflow is getting down to the negative. We are looking for a speculative short if it shows weakness after reaching to $59 area.
On the option we would look for $50 November-17 Puts, currently $1.35
* Trade Criteria *
Date First Found- May 15, 2017
Pattern/Why- Head & shoulder formation
As you can see on the chart above, if you look at it in the long run(or trading long term), this is a result of a resistance point which is clearly labelled above.
First of all, how to identify a resistance point: the first thing you want to do when looking for a trade is to look for a resistance point, to tell if it is a resistance point or not, you have to see...
After a significant correction, it looks like Hyatt might finally be resuming its long-term up-trend.
It being supported by its 1-year moving average (shown by the blue line), and also a 38% Fibonacci level (shown by the red line).
If the supports hold, we can expect H to head to new highs over the next 5 years, which makes it a good candidate for a...