Swing Trade Ideas February 9, 2015

Today's Swing Trade Ideas

MILL/Long (Energy oil and gas)  After forming a rounded bottom, a Doji Bullish Engulf was printed followed by a breakout of the 50-period moving average, two days of consolidation followed by a Bullish Engulf and then Friday closing with a Doji has MILL not only as a Rounded Bottom Breakout but also a Doji continuation pattern.

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SPY:  On the weekly chart, the SPY opened off the lows and closed above the highs, also opening below the 20-day period moving average and T-Line, then closing above both as well as closing above the bearish downtrend line.  After the strong week, Friday was a day to give a little back closing with a dark cloud cover (although not perfect, it is close enough).  This will suggest a lower low today. What we would like to see over the next couple days is just light consolidation. Anything more would give the sellers a little too much control.  Keep your eye on today's candlestick and the T-Line.

IWM:   With a bullish T-Line run, the last four trading days that has lifted off the T-Line would suggest a little consolidation to allow the T-Line to catch up to price.  Currently, price and the T-Line are in a bullish trend.  We will be watching closely for any cracks in that trend.

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2.4.15 Long Watch for buy signal
2.3.15 Long Take profits
1.30.15 long Stops in place?
1.26.15 long Buy on positive trading
1.22.15 Long Buy on positive trading
1.20.15 1.28 Long Wait for PBO
1.16.15 Long Buy on positive trading
1.14.15 Long Buy on positive trading
1.12.15 Long Big Caution
1.7.15 Long Buy on positive trading
2.3.15 Long Buy on positive trading
12.22.14 Long Wait for PBO
12.19.14 Long Buy on positive trading
12-2-14 Long Buy on positive trading
10-30-14 Long Buy over 50sma
7-8-14 Long T-Line run

VXX S&P 500 VIX Short Term Futures:  A close above the T-Line ™ implies the bullish short-term swing traders are in control.

Energy Sector: XLE, SX90, ERX, USO  A close above the  T-Line ™  implies the bullish short-term swing traders are in control.

TBT: A close above the  T-Line ™ implies the bullish short-term swing traders are in control. This should change today, watch for a close over the T-Line.

US Dollar Index: UUP, DXYO A close above the  T-Line ™  implies the bullish short-term swing traders are in control.

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