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Past video-analysis and trading plan for General Electric (GE), March 17th 2013 (English Language)

Hello traders,

this is the analysis of General Electric stock (ticker: GE), traded on the NYSE, I have published on March 17th, 2013 in my Newsletter.

Please review my video analysis below:

Price in the stock is approaching long term resistance located at the 24 area. On the weekly (long-term) timeframe the stock has also support at the 20.40 area (and extension long entry area), with first target at 24.50 and second target at 26.60. So the stock has a potential setup to push into and beyond the resistance area starting at 24.   On a smaller timeframe (daily) support is located at 22.90 with a first target in the 24.10 region, helping prices into the first 24.50 target. If price moves below 22.60 the 20.40 area of support can be retested. Below the 19.60 level the 24 area of resistance is confirmed and there is the potential for price to be pushed towards the 14.80 area.

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Facebook (FB) video-analysis and trading plan, February 13th 2013 (English Language)

Hello traders,

yesterday I have been working to the analysis of the of Facebook, the well known Internet meeting and sharing portal whose stock (ticker: FB) trades on the NASDAQ.

I think this stock is a sell and price could be coming into a daily short setup in the coming days. Please review my video analysis below:

Although there is not a lot of data for this stock that started trading on May 2012 on the NASDAQ, we can still give indications based on the analysis of the daily chart. The stocks started trading lower right away as it went public and then continued trading in extensions shorts into the 17.55. After that the sequence of moves downwards was interrupted with price piercing the 22.50 level on the upside. The stock moved laterally from August to mid November 2012 and then started moving higher. The sequence of measured moves upwards was interrupted recently right into a longer-term short on the larger timeframe. That resistance and short area starts from 31.30 all the way up to 34.50 and the stock printed highs at 32.49. The stock is currently reacting higher and price could be pushed into the next short selling entry area between 29.25 and 29.80, with stops above 30.50. The targets for the lager move lower is at 11.10, which will be confirmed if price moves below 23.20! On the smaller timeframe targets will be in the 26.20 and 24.50 areas, but given the larger target the potential for this stocks is very large too, with a potential 60% gain.

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Goldman Sachs (GS) video-analysis and trading plan, January 28th 2013 (English Language)

Hello traders,

today I have been working to the analysis of the of Goldman Sachs Group (the guys who rule the world, according to independent trader Alessio Rastani), a financial institution whose stock (ticker: GS) trades on the NYSE.

My job (here) is price analysis and leave politics to others (in this Blog’s context). I think there is a long opportunity coming soon in this stock. Please review my video analysis below:

Here below in the picture is the trading plan for Goldman Sachs going forward. The price of this stock is trading in extensions long at this very moment and the second target of the last long setup was hit around the 143 area.

This is a potential, high probable scenario I see going forward (see weekly chart below):

GS trading plan for the coming days/weeks - January 28th, 2013

GS trading plan for the coming days/weeks – January 28th, 2013 (click to enlarge)

As anticipated, the stock is trading in extensions on the daily chart and has its next long setup in the 136.90 area with a stop below 134.40. If the general market (i.e. S&P500) continues higher, GS could then move along with it into the 1st target at 151.30 and then 2nd target at 158.90.

The 149 area could oppose some sort of resistance and we could see I mild correction before price gets into targets.

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Yes, past price patterns can be used to predict the future (AAPL), January 24th 2013 (English Language)

Hello traders,

in a post published on November 19th, 2012 I had put a simple question: “Can past price patterns be used to predict the future?“. The answer is a resounding “yes”, as anticipated in November. Let me prove it.

The reason I had indicated to support the statement is that the psychology of traders does not change, and nowadays such psychology is captured by the trading rules adopted by Program Trading on most traded stocks, and used in my trading method. In that article I applied the trading method to Apple (ticker: AAPL) and Google (ticker: GOOG), two high volume and highly participated stocks traded on the Nasdaq and gave a short setup and target for AAPL. In the companion video I compared Apple price action to Google past price action, I recommend you watch the video before moving forward so you can get a background.

Today AAPL price got to the target I have indicated in the trading plan shared on November 19th. Hereunder you can find a new video I have just recorded with the new analysis for Apple and where I see price going forward.

Here below in the picture is the trading plan for Apple going forward. The price of this stock just got into the 453 area, which is an important level of support. If participation of longs will be capable of pushing price higher above 540 (1), then the support level will be confirmed and should hold a retest of the 453 area, in case it takes place.

Apple Inc. (AAPL) trading plan going forward, January 24th, 2013

Apple Inc. (AAPL) trading plan going forward, January 24th, 2013 (click to enlarge)

In the above picture I am also showing a potential move for Apple, if the market keeps moving higher into the summer. I like forecasting price (watch here Bank of America price forecast compared to the actual move). The forecast is not showing some random levels, but came out from reasoning on the levels Program Trading is supposed to act and participate on.

Moving back to the Apple trading plan (see picture above), first of all we need to confirm support. As written above such confirmation will come with a price above 540. After that, we could see a retracement into the 495 or higher (such retracement could be shallower if participation is strong).

Should price keep moving higher The 577 area could oppose resistance and we could get some sort of retracement and profit taking (2). This retracement could be deeper than showed, into the 513 area.

Finally, should price be capable of moving above 608 (3) the target of the weekly extension long showing support at 453 would also be confirmed. This long trade target is quite substantial at the 820 area, an potential 80% gain.

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Using past price patterns of GOOG to predict the future of AAPL, November 19th 2012 (English Language)

Why Apple has the potential to be the next Google (just technically, not fundamentally speaking)?

Can past price patterns be used to predict the future? The answer is a decisive “yes”. The reason is that the psychology of traders does not change, and such psychology is captured by the trading rules adopted by Program Trading and used in my method. In this article I will apply the trading method to Apple (ticker: AAPL) and Google (ticker: GOOG) two high volume and highly participated stocks traded on the Nasdaq. In the companion video where I compare Apple price action to Google past price action, I show that when in 2008 Google failed its sequence of measured moves higher, it was not able to print new highs, but it kept moving lower and the next short setup was clearly predictable and it played out as anticipated. Nowadays in 2012 Apple is in a similar situation: the stock is broken and expecting it to print new highs is a mistake (at least at the current stage). That is not going to happen (unless the S&P500 makes a decisive move above some key level, more below), for the same reasons that traders’ psychology is not going to change this time.

Hereunder there is a trading plan for Apple (AAPL) going forward, based on the condiderations I made in the video where I apply my trading method to the price of Google and Apple stocks (picture below).

Picture: “A trading plan for Apple (AAPL) going forward“.

Any rally we will witness in Apple could not last long. The sequence of measured moves higher was broken this week on Thursday, October the 15th, 2o12. If the stock has put the lows on Friday we should see a rally into the 605 short area. Price should then continue lower into the 457 target area. This price prediction is possible not because of some sort of magic of because there is an ‘order in the universe’, but because Program Trading active on the stock is going to trade the stock on the daily and weekly timeframes using the same rules I have showed in the video. Should AAPL price break above the 629.5 area, that would mean that the S&P500 index would also breaks above the 1419 important level. I will review this stock setup in the coming weeks.

Please find the related video analysis here below:

The above article appeared in my latest newsletter. If you want to have  access to trading plans like this one, watch weekly video reviews as I record them, or get information on setups for the Euro-Dollar cross, the S&P500 index and some high volume  stocks (before they happen), please subscribe my newsletter. It’s free and you get additional content, market commentaries, setups, e-books, articles on HFT and program trading (from which I derive my trading edge), learning material and video-analysis that I don’t make available on my blog. You also get a mid-week update like the one I published on November the 7th.

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