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.

Off of the report, CSCO triggered short (with market support) and worked great (especially for CSCO, which isn’t a big mover anymore):

In the Messenger, Rich’s GOOG triggered short (with market support) and worked great:

His AAPL triggered short (with market support) and worked great:

His NFLX triggered long (without market support) and didn’t work:

His JOYG triggered long (without market support) and didn’t work:

Another AAPL call triggered short (with market support) and worked great:

Rich’s AMZN triggered short (with market support) and worked for a point:

Rich’s JOYG triggered short (with market support) and worked:

GS triggered short (with market support) and didn’t work:

And Rich had an additional late GOOG short (with market support); INSERT INTO `wp_posts` (`ID`, `post_author`, `post_date`, `post_date_gmt`, `post_content`, `post_title`, `post_category`, `post_excerpt`, `post_status`, `comment_status`, `ping_status`, `post_password`, `post_name`, `to_ping`, `pinged`, `post_modified`, `post_modified_gmt`, `post_content_filtered`, `post_parent`, `guid`, `menu_order`, `post_type`, `post_mime_type`, `comment_count`) VALUES which worked enough:

All together, that’s eight trades that triggered with market directional support and seven of them worked great.

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