Stock Picks Recap for 9/27/19

With each stock's recap, we will include a (with market support) or (without market support) tag, designating whether the trade triggered with or without market directional support at the time. Anything in the first five minutes will be considered WITHOUT market support because market direction cannot be determined that early. ETF calls do not require market support, and are thus either winners or losers.

From the report, BLUE triggered short (with market support) and worked enough for a partial:

ACAD triggered short (with market support) and worked:

From the Messenger/Tradesight_st Twitter Feed, FB triggered short (with market support) and worked:

NUAN triggered short (with market support) but didn't go enough either way to count:

UBER triggered short (with market support) and worked enough for a partial:

COST triggered short (with market support) and didn't work:

Rich's WORK triggered short (with market support) and didn't work:

In total, that's 6 trades triggering with market support, 4 of them worked, 2 did not.


Futures Calls Recap for 9/27/19

The markets opened flat and bounced around until news after lunch, then sold off and bounced late on just 2 billion NASDAQ shares.

Net ticks: +6 ticks.

As usual, let's start by taking a look at the ES and NQ with our market directional lines, VWAP, and Comber on the 5-minute chart from today's session:

ES and NQ Opening and Institutional Range Plays:

ES Opening Range Play triggered short at A and worked:

NQ Opening Range Play triggered short at A and worked but too far out of range under the rules to take:

ES Tradesight Institutional Range Play:

NQ Tradesight Institutional Range Play:

ES:


Forex Calls Recap for 9/27/19

Closed out the week with more gains.

Here's a look at the US Dollar Index intraday with our market directional lines:

GBPUSD:

Triggered short at A, hit first target at B, stopped at C. Second half of Wednesday's trade closed at D:


Stock Picks Recap for 9/26/19

With each stock's recap, we will include a (with market support) or (without market support) tag, designating whether the trade triggered with or without market directional support at the time. Anything in the first five minutes will be considered WITHOUT market support because market direction cannot be determined that early. ETF calls do not require market support, and are thus either winners or losers.

From the report, no triggers.

From the Messenger/Tradesight_st Twitter Feed, TWTR triggered short (with market support) and didn't work:

AMGN triggered short (with market support) and didn't work:

CELG triggered short (with market support) and didn't work:

In total, that's 3 trades triggering with market support, none of them worked. Very unusual.


Futures Calls Recap for 9/26/19

The markets basically opened flat, went a bit lower before lunch, came back up to even, and then closed slightly negative on 1.8 billion NASDAQ shares.

Net ticks: +13.5 ticks.

As usual, let's start by taking a look at the ES and NQ with our market directional lines, VWAP, and Comber on the 5-minute chart from today's session:

ES and NQ Opening and Institutional Range Plays:

ES Opening Range Play triggered short at A and worked:

NQ Opening Range Play triggered short at A and worked and worked enough for a partial:

ES Tradesight Institutional Range Play:

NQ Tradesight Institutional Range Play:

ES:


Forex Calls Recap for 9/26/19

We came into the session short the second half of the prior day's GBPUSD trade, and we still are. We also had a new winner, which I updated wrong in the Twitter feed. See that section below.

Here's a look at the US Dollar Index intraday with our market directional lines:

GBPUSD:

Still holding the second half of the prior day's trade with a stop over UBreak. The new trade triggered short at A, hit first target at B, second half stopped over the entry:


Stock Picks Recap for 9/25/19

With each stock's recap, we will include a (with market support) or (without market support) tag, designating whether the trade triggered with or without market directional support at the time. Anything in the first five minutes will be considered WITHOUT market support because market direction cannot be determined that early. ETF calls do not require market support, and are thus either winners or losers.

From the report, SSYS triggered short (without market support due to opening 5 minutes) and didn't work:

YNDX triggered short (with market support) and didn't work:

From the Messenger/Tradesight_st Twitter Feed, Rich's FB triggered short (with market support) and worked:

His GOOGL triggered short (with market support) and didn't work:

EBAY triggered short (with market support) and didn't work:

Rich's NFLX triggered long (with market support) and worked great:

In total, that's 5 trades triggering with market support, 2 of them worked, 3 did not.


Futures Calls Recap for 9/25/19

The markets opened flat, started to head lower, then came back up and stalled out until after lunch when it broke out on 2 billion NASDAQ shares.

Net ticks: +8 ticks.

As usual, let's start by taking a look at the ES and NQ with our market directional lines, VWAP, and Comber on the 5-minute chart from today's session:

ES and NQ Opening and Institutional Range Plays:

ES Opening Range Play triggered long at A and stopped, triggered short at B and worked:

NQ Opening Range Play triggered long at A and worked enough for a partial, triggered short at B and worked:

ES Tradesight Institutional Range Play:

NQ Tradesight Institutional Range Play:

ES:


Forex Calls Recap for 9/25/19

Another winner (still going) for the session. See GBPUSD section below.

Here's a look at the US Dollar Index intraday with our market directional lines:

GBPUSD:

Triggered short at A, hit first target at B, still holding second half with a stop over C:


Stock Picks Recap for 9/24/19

With each stock's recap, we will include a (with market support) or (without market support) tag, designating whether the trade triggered with or without market directional support at the time. Anything in the first five minutes will be considered WITHOUT market support because market direction cannot be determined that early. ETF calls do not require market support, and are thus either winners or losers.

From the report, no triggers.

From the Messenger/Tradesight_st Twitter Feed, CELG triggered short (with market support) and worked:

NFLX triggered short (with market support) and worked:

Rich's MU triggered short (with market support) and worked:

In total, that's 3 trades triggering with market support, all 3 worked.