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EQT is a stock we have been watching recently and while we are not trading it today, it is on our watchlist for a long opportunity.
We look at the market, sector then stock and generally enter when there is some alignment. For now, we are standing aside and using caution in this market.
Let’s go trade!
We exited the trade just over 2 months ago after reporting dismal earnings.
Was that a mistake?
FB has traded nearly 20% lower from where we originally exited and has been dealing below our two main MAs.
Post-market FB is at 50MA but now needs to start to deal above this level.
Unless the market is very bullish about these numbers, the gap up would but almost account for the majority of enthusiasm from yesterdays
We exited AUDC in November 2021 after breaking even on the trade. The move was a good one as the stocks has tumbled around 30% since that moment.
However, now price is approaching its 200-week line so it might soon start to find some support and maybe won’t continue to be so neglected.
For now, it is on our watchlist and we will wait to see what reaction price has at these levels before deciding
If the weather was nicer here and as today is a stand aside day for us, we would be going out for some sea air.
Instead, after the sunshine from two weeks ago and the snow of last week to the rain this week, it seems we are standing aside at home.
This gloomy weather takes away the freedom and joy of being a trader. Especially after two years of confinement courtesy of COVID.
We entered Xpeng (XPEV) in December 2020 and since then the stock failed to really perform. Having held the position for just over a year, Anne and I decided it deserves the axe.
The trade was exited with the slightest of profits but the reasoning to exit had nothing to do with money and everything to do with how it was behaving.
Two months after our exit, the stock is back to its IPO levels
We have taken a long position on GBPUSD @1.3041 after price finally reached the 1.3000 zone we have been waiting for.
Let’s go trade!
While I may not totally agree with the logic of Cathie Wood investments, there have been lots of negative comments towards ARK and how poorly the funds have performed with drawdowns approaching 70% levels. However, looking over a 3 year period, some of the funds are still positive, just about.
Although I know over that same period, as of right now, they are all underperforming the S&P.
The markets go through cycles so what the
FB (META) axed yesterday by hitting our last resort stops. We no longer have any positions in this stock. However, we may look to return into the stock in the future.
The first issue is the EU US data block which may see FB leave the EU entirely. This will not affect the UK.
I wonder, if FB does leave the EU, will other mega tech companies decide on a similar course of action?
You only need a few good trades a year to perform well. NET has been one of those good trades and we have over 500% return on this trade.
Price is now in at a 50% drawdown and has earnings due this week so it will be a pivotal point in time for this stock.
Earnings is a lottery and we have no control over the report or the reaction. However, we do have full
It is still prudent to cautiously trade this market.
Two years ago we had the COVID crash.
Last year we had a correction on the Nasdaq during this month.
This year we have a different set of challenges for the market to contend with but there will always be some obstacles the market has.
In a bull phase, the market will often climb a wall of worry. It has been climbing this wall for two