Go down first, then bounce back up, into latter end of week where we shit the bed. Next week, we go and retest highs into a violent freefall into the mid, in which we bounce back up slightly and continue downwards action until who knows. Good luck.
Green lines are the range for now, Orange lines are the extremes (2nd buys), Red lines are going to be LONG TERM IMPOSSIBLE TO BREAK lines.
Play both sides into April 20th, like I stated previously and then go SHORT LONG TERM
Historically in the past 20 years, it looks like we have reached this level of volitility a handful of times, 8 to be exact. The HIGHEST we've been on the VIX is during 2008 recession, which marks the worst ever in history since Great Depression.
We aren't on that level (yet), but the other 6 times excluding this one we are currently in, there are patterns. The...
Lookin for a 40 oz bounce up to the green line. Blue line support if it breaks, not sure. Given the economic climate, gold should do better in theory and if support holds, the bounce should be glorious
BTC predictions. I got lazy one evening and decided not to get out of bed to sell my positions even though I knew I was going to lose money. 3 Days later -- Waaaaah. I took a 20% loss on my portfolio in that time. Not smart trading. Awaiting potential pullback to the "BOTTOM"
Anything over $100 looks like a good buying opportunity for PayPal. Always has done well, but it did IPO at the start of the newest bull run in 2016. Great fundamentals along with beautiful technicals.
Looks great, I'd like it to hit the bottom of the triangle and I'll long and buy some options to beef up my position. We're in 'crisis mode' here but I think 'internet only' companies rebound faster than others here. GL! Short TSLA! Waiting for $430 to buy into this once in a generation company.
I'd like to see a better risk/reward, but with the surprise earnings of this Toronto based company, I like the long term-ability of this stock. I'm watching closely to get in on a trade/option. There's no floor yet, but also an overraction to the good earnings report, so I don't see the price going down much further (minus economic macro trends)
I personally don't think the business model warrants 2B+ valuation, but they seem to be beating estimates consistently. Chart looks bullish. Good key areas to enter if need be. 20% ranging in a neutral-to-bearish channel with a mid channel that serves as good indicator of resistance. I'd short on another hit of the top channel, buy on where the bottom channel and...