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MAN, Case Study of a Short Swing

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On April 29, MAN tested its prior swing high at 76.94. The next day, MAN left an NR 7 Day Volatility Expansion signal. This is the narrowest range day in 7 sessions. Often these contractions lead to an expansion in volatility within a few days. Consequently we used it for a short swing setup in the Hit […]

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Finding Stocks Before They Explode: BILL, A Case Study

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BILL IPO’d last December, running up almost 100% before getting crushed to 23 in March… a nearly 50% haircut. BILL moved back into a strong position with its Line of Least Resistance pointing higher on a “50 Cent” setup — when it reclaimed its 50 day moving average in sync with it recovering more than a […]

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GDXJ Breakout

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“Someone I admire once said, ‘You have to know the rules so well that you know when to break the rules, and how to break the rules well.’ For me and my usual sector concentration limits, this is a moment where I’m breaking the rules.” The above was a very insightful post yesterday by a […]

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Irrational Expectations? Go For the Jellyroll

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“Sheepdog, standing in the rain Bullfrog, doing it again.” – Hey Bulldog, The Beatles “…S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures rose late Thursday after a strong day for the post-coronavirus stock market.” – Investor’s Business Daily “It will take 10-12 years after the coronavirus pandemic for U.S. Employment to recover and see its pre-pandemic level.” […]

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Market Shrugs Off Oracle Of Omaha

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“Artificial energy is racing my mind.” – Artificial Energy, The Byrds “While monetary policy can contribute to growth by supporting a durable expansion in a context of price stability, it cannot reliably affect the long-run sustainable level of the economy’s growth.” – Jerome Powell “Tuesday should see stocks remain in rally mode if our Minus […]

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GOLD, A Case Study Swing Trade

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The Hit & Run Report may sound like it’s tailored for just the day trader. However, we focus on swing trades and position trades as much as day trades. Big patterns mean big swing setups. Let’s take a look a GOLD (Barrick Mining). The following chart is a daily GOLD. It came out of a Stein & […]

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Why We Took ZM Long in the Midst of Friday’s Blood Bath

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On Friday ZM setup as a solid risk to reward long. I recommended subscribers take it long on the Hit & Run private Twitter feed. In keeping with my Trim & Trail approach, we sold half the first position for a 4.30 gain, with a protective trailing stop on the 2nd half getting hit profitably. We reloaded […]

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Why Monday Is the Most Important Day Since the March 23 Low

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“And you can send me dead flowers every morning Send me dead flowers by the mail.” – Dead Flowers, The Rolling Stones “Everyone hopes a buyer will come along who’s willing to overpay for what they have for sale. But certainly the hoped-for arrival of this sucker can’t be counted on. Unlike having an underpriced […]

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How To Forecast an Earnings Reaction: AAPL, a Case Study

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“The fluctuation of share prices is roughly proportional to the square root of the price.” – John Templeton Anyone can get into a stock. Getting out is an art. In my experience, there is no tool better than the Square of 9 Wheel of Time & Price, which decodes the Principle of Squares, for pinpointing […]

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MAYDAY MAYDAY

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“The money lost by speculation alone is small compared with the gigantic sums lost by so-called investors who have let their investments ride.” – Jesse Livermore “It is not good to be too curious about all the reasons behind price movements.” – Jesse Livermore “I don’t know what it is that I like about you […]

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