FBP Setup and Trade Plan

Today’s Featured Trade Idea is FBP.

You can read more about this trade in Rick’s blog post here.  Members can also see his detailed review in the trading room at 9:10am Eastern.  For now, here is my analysis and a potential trade plan made using our Trader Vision 20/20 software.

FBP printed a Morning Star that found Support (bounced off of) the recent b/o level after a 2 month consolidation. On higher trading, I’ll look for an Entry just above the Wed. Close. The Stop will be tight below the Support of the b/o level and Targets will come from Fib Extensions of the pre-consolidation run up.

Trader Vision tells us we have 3mo. until the next earnings report, as well as 6 Bullish and 1 Bearish (short-term trend) condition on this setup. It also tells us that the Trade Plan offers low Risk ($135) to the Stop, with 2:1 Reward/Risk at the 1st Target and almost 3:1 if both Targets are reached. Finally, TV20/20 tells us that FBP needs to reach $9.14 for us to make the Trade Goal on this trade.

Below is my markup of the chart and the trade plan as laid out by Trader Vision 20/20.  As a bonus, if you click the green button below, you’ll be able to watch a video of the chart markup and trade planning process.

The FBP Trade Setup – As of 8-1-18

FBP as of 8-1-18

The Trade Plan

FBP Trade Plan for 8-2-18

Note how Trader Vision 20/20 does so much of the work for you.  Knowing the ratio of Bullish Conditions to Bearish ones as well as the overall risk of the position size, risk to Stop out and the Reward possible at each Target price can help a great deal with controlling our emotions.  Knowing the dollar impact of every scenario ahead of time, allows us to make calm decisions during the trade.  It really takes the pressure off.  No guesswork.  No surprises.  No emotional roller coaster.

To see a short video of this trade’s chart markup and trade planning, click the button below.



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