What Possibilities May Investors Expect After Strong Selling Pressure? | Active Trading Strategies

What Possibilities May Investors Expect After Strong Selling Pressure? | Active Trading Strategies

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well i'm back and uh i spent two weeks uh pretty much out of touch with everything knowing the most part about 80 some percent of the time come back to uh the market uh falling two weeks in a row five percent and uh so that's a pretty strong push to the downside we're going to talk about the markets we're also going to be uh review some uh possible we're going to review some trades look at what's been happening with some of the stronger sectors out there and see if there's anything that we can do right now so stick around good morning good evening good afternoon everyone depending on where you are in this big blue marble out here in space my name is pat maloney this is active trading strategies and uh we will be here with you for the next 30 45 minutes or so uh i want to say hello to of course every all of you in the chats also want to direct you to the fact that a good friend of mine one of my favorite people is a manning the chats to answer any questions another chartered market technician as myself that is connie hill is in there to assist as well so today we are going to dis uh you know after being away from the markets for two weeks do you just jump right in and start trading right away and maybe you want to take a step back sometimes up to you and review what's going on we're going to take a look at the markets but we're also going to review the some interesting or look at some interesting things that have occurred before we jump into any of that let's uh get into our important information and that is this is for educational informational purposes only not recommendations options are not suitable for all investors there are special risks that are inherent to options trading that can expose investors to potentially rapid and substantial losses short options very important can be assigned at any time that's very important to know up till expiration regardless of the in the money amount and then the money option has a higher risk of being assigned early and in paper money virtual trading application remember that if you're just practicing you're you you will not see an assignment for short options so at the trading the virtual trading the paper money will not assign short options positions early that's going to be very different from a real uh trading account we're going to discuss technical analysis today but that does not mean there aren't other approaches which include fundamental analysis which can assert very different views as we have seen most recently all right let's see all investing involves risk including the risk of loss past performance for any security strategy does not guarantee future results or success any trailing stop or stop loss order will not guarantee execution at the activation price you're responsible for all the decisions you make in yourself your investment decisions you making your self-directed account so we're going to review the markets we're going to discuss technical concepts and options strategies based on price movement and when we say based on price movement you know are we seeing something definitive are we not seeing anything definitive what are our assumptions going forward do we expect uh the summer doldrums meaning just sideways action are we or do you expect some kind of strong rally all of these things are going to go into the idea of your option strategies but how do we define that maybe possibly with technical concepts so let's get out there and take a look at the markets and get rolling here i want to say hello of course to everybody in the chats connor is uh one month watching trader talks welcome uh and and good job connor keep it up tm good morning good afternoon crazy foxy here eddie walker as well i'm gonna address uh some of the questions uh as we get going shoe b wayne v j uh let's see uh chris juanita uh oda rick and saul and uh and george in texas and everybody else uh in the archives and coming in welcome welcome welcome all right let's uh jump back over i'm gonna move back one we'll take a look at the s p 500 a couple things to think about one of the questions that we had in the chats has to do with the uh can with the conviction indicator and that conviction indicator is this indication right here and that doesn't has nothing to do with individual stocks that is the up down volume of the new york stock exchange so it only has to deal with what kind of uh buying or selling uh trades that are going on out there remember it takes two actions to make a trade a buyer and a seller and if that happens on the uptick this will show to the upside now the buy volume that we that we use here is similar but it is on individual stocks uh uh itself and i think that's what um eddie was uh talking about with the up with the by volume versus uh the discussion on the uh conviction indicator so we have seen a lot of selling you can see that in price it's not going to be much of a stretch to to to recognize the fact that these days last week were very strong on the downside which brought us to we'll take a look at the weekly chart here in a second but very strong push to the downside now that is coming off of a down push and then a rally another downward push a bit of a rally and then a really strong sell-off to the downside so seeing some kind of a bounce may not be out of the question when we look at uh the conviction we'll talk more about this of course tomorrow in the wednesday sector and market and sector analysis but there has been a lot of selling going on in here not as much buying some historical uh action up in here as far as the uh uh as far as some buying that has come in but there has been a lot of selling his other question is are we seeing some capitulatory action well uh that's an interesting question and the to answer some of that uh one of the things i put out on twitter uh last night let me go over here to the uh to my twitter page you can follow me on twitter at pima lolly underscore tda and you can follow connie hill uh at seahill underscore tda on twitter but this is what i put out there last night and i'm going to click on click on these and see if i can get this to print over here there we go so only two percent of the s p 500 this was on friday two percent of the s p 500 companies were above their 50-day moving average we typically look at this on wednesday but i think it's important with all the discussion that we have out there around the vix and so stocks uh only two percent of the s p 500 stocks above their 50-day moving average this has happened six times only six times uh in uh since uh since 2000 six times since 2000 now when that occurred the vix had spiked 240 except for once and that was the bear the mini bear market of december uh october through december of 2018. now when we look at this chart this first chart we have here on the on twitter this is why you want to follow connie on twitter and myself and the rest of the uh td ameritrade education uh coaches is we put out uh educational content such as this ideas thoughts uh you know to to uh consider but here is the the the top pain here is the percent of stocks uh companies on the s p 500 above their 50-day moving average this long or our wide dashed line is two percent this uh dotted line here is ten percent which we see price uh or i see the uh the indicator push below that uh more often than we see it get to the two percent area or below the two percent area now the this middle pane here is the vix so this pain in the middle is the vix itself and this um uh and i can't write here so i'm just going to draw so this dashed line here is 40 on the vix you can see that over here 40 on the vix and this goes all the way back into uh july of 2000 july 24th of 2000 the vix spiked up above 40 percent uh but that was did not necessarily mark the exact bottom uh it did mark a possible as we as we look at the look at the writing over here it did mark a possible beginning a possible bottoming process okay and right now the vix is currently under 40. so uh if we scroll to the right here and look at another chart this is the 2008 2009 bear market you can see the vix got well above 40 here as the as the uh stocks trading above their 50-day moving average dropped below 2 percent we spiked well above 40 but again the first time that occurred did not mean there was a bottom but possibly the bottoming the the the selling was starting to subside there was still more downside to go and you oftentimes will see that 2011.

same thing happened here in 2011. mini bear market of 2011 october uh 20 or october 4th i think it was right here we've dipped in uh just briefly about 9 30 when about 10 o'clock eastern time uh dip below 20 uh and uh then and we saw the vix you know again up around 40 but the the beginning of the bottoming process had a tendency to start with the vix at 40 and the stocks above their two or two percent of the are stocks above their 50-day moving average very weak down around two percent we go to uh to where we are uh somewhat currently these red boxes over here uh you can see we dipped down into two percent but the vix didn't make it to 40. it spiked up pretty good about where we are now but that was the bottom in 2018 uh december of 2018 and then of course the pandemic similar things happened here so when we step back and take a look at some of the things we hear out there does does the vix need to go to 40 does the fix need to pop up in here well that may mean there may be more downside to go it doesn't obviously doesn't have to happen because we can see that in 2018 it didn't have to happen for the for the market to bottom there so just a something to mull over to consider when you're thinking about volatility and you're thinking about uh when we're thinking about the markets but price first all the indicators second so the vix is a secondary indicator stocks trading above their 50-day moving average or the 200-day moving average still secondary indicators they are sentiment and sentiment is important but uh price tells us uh quite a bit more as we saw price selling off extremely hard recently let me pop over here to to the chats and crazy foxy puts in a good note here on the conviction indicator all the way back into 2008 10 days below uh 10 uh before we capitulated so maybe that's similar to what we're seeing here this what we talked about several weeks ago when we dove in and delved into what all of this the selling means in here but we want to do we have to see the the vix pop who knows but it will certainly uh probably alleviate some people's wonder you know concern about about the vix right now puts are where uh people seem to be putting their money in the options market let's pop over here i'm gonna first thing i'm gonna do here is go back to the spx but we're going to take a look at the uh rsi so the reason i'm doing this right now is you know i've been gone for two weeks and i'm trying to figure out where we are and one of the things i've discovered besides looking at the stocks above their trading above their 50-day moving average i also recognized uh that we even though the market sold off so radically uh last week we never saw price or we never saw the rsi go over uh oversold like what we saw back here at the beginning of the year never saw it get oversold so quite a move to the downside there so how do we how do we deal with that what do we what do we think do we think the rsi is broken do we do we look at that and say well that's a pretty interesting uh phenomena that we're not seeing uh as much uh weakness does that mean that perhaps there's some sneakiness out there the momentum may be starting to slow to the downside only time will tell now we got very close on this on the thursday of last week with the rsi getting to 31 textbook oversold is around is is below 30 but we really like to for super oversold areas like what we saw back in january we'd like to see it get down into the 20s and but we're still not seeing that even if i put this on a weekly uh a weekly chart put it on a five year weekly chart even on the weeklies not oversold make it a monthly chart nowhere near it on the monthly chart so that does not necessarily mean that uh that there's more downside to come you could look at that you know glass half full glass half empty what we want to do is is and this is part of what we want to discuss today with this big hard fast sell-off there is what what usually happens after really strong sell-offs like we saw here there's often a normal reaction opposite the direction of the prevailing trend now right now the trend is down lower lows and lower highs continuing to make that so from a technical uh analysis uh aspect you would have to say that the trend is down and what a lot of traders will do possibly is wait for it to to rally up into some sort of resistance zone and then look for some kind of a a pullback and maybe that's an opportunity to exit out of short-term upside trades counter-trend trades it might be an opportunity to to use options sell call spreads above the market lots of different things and you need to know what you're going to do uh we need to know what you're going to do when you're going to do it so when you if you define these areas and you'll probably hear this out there somebody's going to be out there and say well you know the gap the bottom of this bottom of last week's gap you know the 13th the gap down on the 13th might be some resistance at some somewhere around 3 800. somebody might else might be looking up here where we have more of a confluence of price action in here along with the top of that gap so that would coincide with the 20 period exponential moving average which can sometimes act as a act as a resistance area as we've seen here here over here not all the time uh but a push back down below it but the the extreme price action the the acceleration to the downside may be uh an indication that in the near term just short-term uh capitulation not not longer-term capitulation uh it might be uh might be in play and we might see price push back to the upside the nasdaq the one that's down the most are down more than the s p when we measure this using the trend line tool from the highs all the way over here the intraday highs to the intraday lows uh that is going to need some more uh space on the top here let's take a look at that so down 35 33 34 about what the market was down the s p was down in the pandemic so again not over sold as a matter of fact perhaps getting somewhat of a a divergence here as we look at the rsi picking up a little more momentum as price and we make sure you use the closing prices when you're looking for divergences and we're seeing some kind of a divergence there thank you connie connie put a note in to if you're new to options we're going to take a look at options today on some past trades momentarily but yeah get with the options trading course that you can find on our education tab thank you connie okay so tm says energy uh energy peak inflation or inflation peak we'll see more selling companies are starting to lay off people housing is struggling we looked at that on twitter last night as well so these are all things you may want to consider but one of the things i want you to keep in the back your mind if everybody is all in in one direction that may be an indication that uh sometimes is an indication that the easy the easy downside trade trade may be coming to an end in the near future no guarantees of that of course but uh if the market's not doing what the news says if it's bad news and the market's rallying that could be an indication that things uh the push to the downside is slowing if we take a look real quick at the russell the russell 2000 bouncing up from longer term uh old uh resist old resistance new support trying to hold their uh and uh trying to hold really in the zone of the pre-pandemic these pre-pandemic highs in there with the russell so it's pulled back a fair amount down again about as much as the nasdaq about 34 or so all right with that let's take a look at uh energy the energy sector because i found this is uh at some point in bearish markets uh we may see certain uh may see the strong sectors finally give think give it up right and start moving to the downside the energy sector pop up here to mark a watch here the energy sector has been uh for the longest time and is today uh the strongest uh the strongest sector out there if i could get this to load quicker uh the strongest uh sector out there continuing too much push higher but in the recent two weeks it's it's come back in selling off fairly sharply now this is the sector this is the s p 500 energy sector it doesn't have a typical symbol s dollar sign sp 500 uh pound one zero and that's the uh sector itself you can find those under the uh if you go into the quotes tab or into a symbol box come down to public s through w and then up to s p 500 sector indices and those will show you those sectors so the interesting thing here and this is this is the question about opportunity and when when you come back from two weeks uh of a uh being in in the mountains uh in the deserts of utah and colorado without much internet access you're gonna look at this and and you could say two things man i really miss something or hey is this the beginning of something that can be an opportunity so when we say opportunities depending on your bias the relative strength here the prices let me start off with price first excuse me price has dropped really hard obviously it's dropped uh from uh the from the highs over here down to the lows i thought i got these set up right but i didn't from the highs to the lows we have a pullback of about that's going to leave a mark right 20 percent off of those highs well that's just in line with the rest of the market the market started selling off extremely hard at that point people investors sell what they can and often times that'll be those uh the the those comp those companies that have been strong because they've already uh sold off a lot of their uh really weak uh stocks which are already in really strong downtrends you know down uh you know significantly so they maybe go in there and start selling energy now the question becomes uh how much of a bounce if we get a bounce where we get an energy it's it's often said that investors like to buy into that first bounce which may be true here maybe not i think a lot of people have been perhaps feeling a little queasy buying the dips as that's not really worked so well recently so maybe a bounce is out there for energy the question becomes will it continue to move higher or will it consolidate are we seeing now if we think about how we got here again that's a a big part of what we why we do technical analysis how did we get here well we rallied off of the lows after the pandemic consolidated and then we rallied again really strong we probably may have gone through some blow off type top some some buying climax over in here and then and then proceeded to edge higher as volume started to drift lower as we can see here with the 50 period moving average of volume drifting down downward and then watching volume itself rally rally to the uh to the upside as price started to come down so we definitely have uh some uh some selling bias as you can see here with the buy volume and this goes back to tm's question and to uh some of what eddie had said in the chats that the red here depicts selling the green in one of these bars is how much buying similar to the somewhat similar to the conviction indicator uh it's it's the actually the same calculation but doesn't work quite the same because you're dealing with uh individual individual stocks because so we can swing pretty pretty widely so that's why we look at the chart action the the pattern that we're seeing here and the pattern is is uh in as price moves lower volume moves up that is in sync with uh selling and so the question now is what will happen if price on energy starts to move up and is there an opportunity now there might be a lot of people who own energy shares out here if we look at some of these over in here fang let me uh roll this back down here so we're going to see a lot of similarities between all of these stocks and the s p 500 energy sector the individual stocks that make up that sector xom very similar in structure where we have the uptrend being tested in this case bouncing up from its uptrend line slumber jay a failed breakout really strong push to the downside is there an opportunity uh from a from a couple different areas and it's up to you if you have been long energy stocks and then watch this happen is there an opportunity on any bounce to exit out of that position at a little bit better price number one that what might be what a lot of people may think the other thing they may consider when looking at this is is there an opportunity if price rallies up and uh if i'm going to move this i'm going to extend that to the right and we can see we're sitting here at support bouncing up from support that's what's supposed to happen but will we see rejection again will we see rejection you know halfway up at the at the midpoint will we see rejection uh which is also going to be as a matter of fact that uh gap down when we see rejection there where we see rejection up a little bit higher if we if you do is there an opportunity uh to take advantage of some kind of a downside type of a trade maybe a you know selling a call spread buying a put something of that nature and trying to get in early if you think it's going to break down now if the assumption is that the market has a lot more downside that might be something somebody considers if your assumption is that the market may go into the doldrums or sideways action then it the getting directional being very directional may not necessarily be what uh what will uh evolve into some profit so some some people may want to do higher probability trades before i jump into a higher probability trade the the which would be selling of a call spread if if you're bearish somewhat bearish you could sell a put spread if you're expecting this to rally now this the problem with that from a technical standpoint is this action right here that action that volume price volume first uh the relative strength is i'm going to remove that but the relative strength is weakening and we see that we've lost we are down below 40 on the rsi so this is just now dropped into more of a bearish regime unable unable to on the breakout this was a hint so when price broke out up in here on slumberg when price broke to the upside breaking above what was once resistance and then failed when it broke out there was the the momentum had the inability to push above 70 just like it did over here so that tells us that there is weakness and then as it pushed higher in here we saw what is known as a swing somewhat as a swing failure uh it would have been better if this had been over 70 but a failure more of a divergence type action and then and then it dropped below the 40 percent line here this dashed uh line right there so that puts us into a bearish bias for for a momentum stand from a momentum standpoint so jumping right in selling something underneath the market uh you may this could possibly roll right back over uh and uh and affect your trade on the on the downside now if you want to try to be real directional uh and look for a uh put then a lot of what we've seen over the last week may be uh an indication that you need to wait long sharp push to the downside wait for it to rally and then see some kind of a failure and at that point get directional maybe you buy uh buy puts remember anytime you buy an option it's a debit and that option has the ability to go you have the ability to lose all of the money involved in that option it can go worthless and so just please please remember that so the upshot of all of this is there are times when you don't traders don't necessarily need to do anything there are times when it is maybe better to just wait until you get until some of the smoke clears this chasing after what a lot of traders technicians will will say and even fundamental analysts a big push to the downside and chasing after it for from the short side may not be a a a very profitable uh situation especially with something like slumber slumberg where we're still mired in this sideways action give it some room maybe buy on a maybe do something on a break down below support and a rally back up and then again failure to the downside so try to map out try to visualize what you want to see happen and don't think that you need to run out there and do something especially if you've been gone for two weeks you need to kind of get your your trading legs your c legs back on and to figure out what's going on now that being said uh the market could go into a doldrum and and what i'm going to do now is we're going to look at some look at some past trades because there's really there's been such a strong move to the downside in just about everything if we look at even something like rcl really strong push to the downside this is oftentimes an opportunity to take advantage of a a rally against the against this sharp push to the downside in the short term so um three i just stopped to look at some uh look at some chats in there about energy uh so this isn't this it might be an opportunity it's way oversold been extremely oversold and so but it's a cheap stock so when we think about options look at rcl expecting a counter trend bounce in the short term because of the of the nature that it just keeps getting pounded and pounded that there the the probability of a short move to the upside is is fairly high when you have an a stock that's this that is this oversold but as you can see here it doesn't have to stay there very long so that's the one of the dangers of doing this but there is a higher probability of a strong move we look at the volume though i want you to take note with rcl of the volume in here with this push to the downside that could be climactic so this could that could mean that we see some kind of consolidation in here for a while versus just a rally and then and then a sell-off anything anything can happen out there fuel costs diesel those are all uh been a a a headwind for uh airlines for for the cruise lines and those types of things so you might want to give this a little bit of a little bit of room to push to the upside in this case but what i want to do is i want to go back over here to the monitor tab here and we're going to look at well let's look at oracle first and see if we need to manage that trade so i've got a put on oracle uh it's got 24 days left again remember this is a long put on oracle try that again and 24 days left and it's going nowhere just drifting sideways so it might be a it could drop but 24 days left we're into that zone with options where we're starting to see decay starting to quicken so with whatever gain that you have here we're probably going to look at that this is an opportunity prior to expiration drop not not holding our breath hoping it drops in a streamlined fashion we do have a lot of weakness here again this is what i was talking about with um uh with slumberg below 40 whoops i don't want to draw that much below 40 percent shows more of a bearish bias it could drop but with 24 days left it may have to drop farther and faster to overcome any time decay so we're going to uh let's come back over here to oracle we're going to right click right again right click create a closing order and close out that trade as a as a profitable trade one of the few directional trades that has turned out a strong stronger profit uh over the last month a lot of the trades were that we did that uh expired last uh whoops that expired last friday when there was a lot of them they were all more stagnant style or are counter trend uh style trades and they they dealt with tesla they dealt with mcdonald's uh dollar general uh alta a firm so we'll take a look at those now um again there these are the reason i'm showing you these number one is uh i get requests oftentimes get a lot of requests to say well can't we look at some of the past trades now these are all going to have uh been winners there don't don't get me wrong there were losers most of those losers either small or large happen to be on the more directional trades because when we started putting these on tesla for instance we looked and we looked at the price action expected in all of these some uh some rally against the trend and some uh and a bit of stagnation or sideways action so with tesla what we did was we as a matter of fact here let's go back to the monitor tab here put tesla in so you can see the trades what we did with tesla um starting right here is we sold a call spread 9.95 and the 1000 call spread short call spread and a short put spread for those that don't know what these are we're selling a put taking in a a credit and buying a put below where the market is to protect us in case it drops and and tries to try we try to limit our theoretical max loss and we did that for two dollars and thirty uh five cents uh and uh as price dropped we we bought back the uh the call spread right here 995 and 1000 for 20 cents which we sold for about 70 cents originally so made a little bit there but all of these happen to uh have either gotten into the 2010 or the 10 cent area on these debits and some of the some of the action some of the trades went out worthless so let's look at this what were we expecting and what why is that important to what we're looking at now so let's you can see the uh i've written in here what these what these verticals are the and we layered this and we talked about this when i did this layering we just you don't have to just trade one stock and trade it you know and let it run for a month you can continue to do it and that's what we did the first layer was this call spread which is this right here it's very tight because of the price of the stock up here at a thousand uh five dollar wide spread and uh that was the first layer simultaneously we sold this ten dollar wide put spread down here and those were done on this day right here four days later as price dropped we had an opportunity to sell calls again right here and puts again right here the idea was that if price kept dropping which it did and on expiration was through that spread if price kept dropping and was through that spread on expiration which is this dotted line right here that if we sold another iron condor that that would relieve some of the risk if that one went out worthless as it just so happens they they all worked out uh fairly well so we just layered these in expecting uh that that stagnation which when we looked at the stocks we just looked at with energy and uh and the s p in the nasdaq we get the big push to the downside and then we get a rally and then a retest and oftentimes a rally before it either falls or before it finds its footing and starts to rally again so that was uh that was tesla another one we did was mcdonald's now this was just this is similar to what we were talking this is the flip side this is the mirror side of our of rcl of royal caribbean a real strong push to the and with that strong push to the upside on mounting volume in with a an rsi that had met resistance so that yellow dot is when we put the trade on and rsi was that indicator resistance as price was up here at price resistance we sold the 266 265 short call spread pretty much against the short term trend but really uh when everything's said and done it was with the um with the prevailing trend we were getting lower highs and uh lower lows somewhat over in here and that was our projection that might make it up to that line so we sold something above that and and it pulled back down and we were able to benefit from a that call spread going out worthless now the reason we look to um do that is why am i not getting a hmm well it wants to get stuck apparently let's try that again well that's interesting stuck in that one page so the idea again is to take technical analysis look at resistance sell something above the market when when your assumption is slow for a slow movement or a reaction back in the opposite direction in this case after a big strong move to the upside a reaction at resistance back in the opposite direction we could have uh up in here might not have been the greatest idea to sell another put spread down below we took this action up in here based off of the weakness that we're seeing in the rsi moving down failing at resistance failing at the 60 percent level after it went over sold so we still have we're still in a bearish regime with mcdonald's mcdonald's we pop over here to ulta this was another one again this was about taking uh taking the opposite side of the trade in other words ulta had these huge gaps to the upside before and after earnings and that with big volume in that really when you look at this big volume and price pushing that far that fast oftentimes there's some relaxation so we took that opportunity to sell a call spread up in here we sold the 450 455 call spread and you can see price never made it up into there so those went out worthless at the same time somebody might have said you know i'm willing to own i'm willing to own alta so we said well if we were willing to own ulta we sold a cash secured put now remember selling to set cash secured put means you have to have enough money to buy the stock uh in your account and this being a 390 385 dollar stock if we'd have bought it you have to have that much money in the account and the risk goes all the way to zero should alta decide it wants to drop like a streamlined anvil but as as you can see here with expiration here last friday everything in this trade went out uh went out worthless on those and the the reason i'm showing you this is the assumptions that we made in the in this webcast at the time that all these were done with with the 17 with the expiration on june 17th this dashed line here with dollar general is that there would be some stagnation the the dollar general the stag the idea for stagnation comes from a big strong push to the upside and then the inability to continue in the near term uh too far too much further to the upside you can see it did move to the upside we looked at that but we also looked at the fact that there could be some resistance that came into play uh from the past these highs over in here you can see the areas over and here okay with that uh the decisions that you need to make right now are are you seeing in the markets the ability for the markets to move off of its lows and then maybe re-test those lows maybe look for some stagnation is a is a purely directional uh lower probability trade the best way to go or is it more of a high probability trade that you might be looking at selling options that are out of the money that have a higher probability of expiring worthless and giving you a credit so with that i do believe we've gotten to where we wanted to be technical concepts far and fast moves in the markets often are met with just natural pushes back in the other direction how long those pushes will last uh who knows for sure sometimes they're uh sometimes it's a bottoming process that takes months sometimes it's just a a quick bear flag in the case of downtrends bear flags to the upside and then sell-offs you need to make decisions on what you're going to do where you're going to do it why you're doing it technical analysis can help us with those resistance areas both in price and in technical or excuse me indicator resistance such as the 60 50 and the 40 levels on the rsi with that uh coming up next uh is uh john mcnichol uh please join john uh in swing trading uh and everything we're doing here is for educational purposes only not for recommendations you're responsible for the decisions that you make in your self-directed account thanks everyone and we will talk to you soon you

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