For the week ended April 19, there were 116 charts with multiple buy signals as of the last two trading days of the period. There were just 10 with a second sell signal. Again, I wasn’t impressed with the trend structures on the sell side. So there were no picks again on that side. Non-subscribers click here for access.
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On the buy side, I found 4 that look like they’re just getting started and I am adding those to the list, as shown on the table below. I will start tracking them as of today’s opening price. Non-subscribers click here for access.
5 existing picks hit stops over the last week. I will drop one long and one short as of the opening price today. I’ll leave the remaining longs on the list without stops. Non-subscribers click here for access.
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Nothing in this letter is meant as individual investment advice and you should not construe it as such. These picks are illustrative and theoretical. The method behind these picks is experimental, and may change over time. I may trade my own account, and may buy, sell, sell short or cover short, or have positions in any of the stocks on the list at any time, based on a particular trading style that is unique to me. My entry and close out levels are likely to differ from those published due to the exigencies of my trading style and time constraints. I post these items in good faith for informational and educational purposes, and do not take positions in opposition to those which are published. All chart picks are actively traded stocks, and I assume that no subscriber to these reports, nor the total of all subscribers taking positions, would do so in a size that would influence the market price.
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