Bullish T-Line Run

GOOG was spanked last night at the earnings party, and the FNGU has dropped $2.00 in the aftermarket. I suspect today will a nail-biting day for some and others dance in the street. The difference is how the trade plans, quality of charts and allotment size that makes the difference. Either way, the SPY closed good, now 22 days in a Bullish T-Line Run. Yesterday's close was in the form of a small-bodied candle and a small wick/shadow on top so we could see a little profit taking in the market today. Above $291.35 I will view a bullish and below not so much. Above $291.35 keep price above the 4/17 bearish engulf candle that the 4/23 candle broke out of. We close out our BAC trade for a cool 30%; we entered the trade because we liked the chart after the LTA Scann alerted us a 3x8 Trap Scan and it was a T-Band Breakout.

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