Swing Trade Ideas March 24, 2015

Today's Swing Trade Ideas

NES/Long (Waste management)  Over the last nine weeks we've seen a lower high and a higher low with a bullish hammer about a week ago.  On Monday, NES formed a Bullish Engulf with a double bottom.  Yesterday's follow-through closed it up over the big three making it a Rounded Bottom Breakout

To learn more about NES, join me in the live trading room today at 9:10 AM EST.
Possible entry plan idea:  The buy box is from $3.26 to $3.80
Possible stop plan idea:  A close below $3.44

Good Morning, 

SPY:  The last three trading days, the SPY has been wandering aimlessly keeping everyone on edge as to whether this is just part of the bullish "wall of worry," or is it something to be concerned with?  Here are three trading ideas that might help:

  1. Always follow the trend that fits in your time horizon
  2. Always be vigilant
  3. Always be a profit trader

The important number for the SPY to beat today is a close above $210.80.  If not,    the sellers could find a path to weaker numbers.

IWM:  IWM has been the bullish leader, but even the bullish leader may need a rest.  IWM has gotten a little too far from the T-Line, and yesterday's closing candle might be a clue that over the next few days, we could see some sellers.

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Symbols formembers only % Date  Long/Short Try our Membership, Check out the Trading Room
3.19.15 Long Close or Manage
3.18.15 Long BOPT
3.17.15 Long Close below T-Line
3.13.15 Long BOPT/ Close below T-Line
3.12.15 Long Close below T-Line
3.11.15 Long Wait for buy signal
3.9.15 Long Move stop up
3.6.15 Long BOPT
3.2.15 Long BOPT
2.25.15 Long BOPT
2.24.25 Long BOPT over T-Line
2.23.15 Long BOPT over T-Line close on weakness
2.17.15 Long BOPT
2.13.15 Long BOPT
2.12.15 Long BOPT
2.4.15 Long BOPT over T-Line
2.3.15 Long BOPT
1.22.15 Long BOPT above T-Line
1.7.15 Long Waiting for buy signal
12.22.14 Long Wait for buy signal
7-8-14 Long BOPT

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

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

TBT: A close below the  T-Line ™ implies the bearish 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 below the  T-Line ™  implies the bearish short-term swing traders are in control.

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