Using Candles for Possible Entry and Exits | Swing Trading (Days to Weeks)

Using Candles for Possible Entry and Exits | Swing Trading (Days to Weeks)

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good afternoon everyone john mcnichol here and welcome to swing trading days to weeks our topic will be the cohold and the kablood looking for utilizing those candles to determine possible entry as well as exit points in the swing we'll utilize some of the tools on the thinkorswim platform and just as we do every week we'll play some practice trades utilizing what we learned so stick around all right hey it's great to see those that are live with us today such as uh lj krishna vj jack and yes jack this october did go pretty quick this year has gone pretty quick in my book uh tony krista frank jeff we got jack robert e ganesh david rocky wayne rh christa thanks for joining us mr mike keeley michael keeley is on the chat helping facilitate uh the discussion there's any questions i am unable to get to he'll be more than happy to help and you're encouraged to uh follow us on twitter you can see my twitter handle on the screen and probably uh just next to it or right above it uh there's a little subscribe link on the video if you enjoy what you're listening today uh click on subscribe that way you can be informed of not only sessions that i teach but uh the wide range of education that's available on the trader talks channel so do appreciate that support let's go and take care of disclosures we'll get right into it folks the content intent for education information purposes only not investment advice or a recommendation of any security or strategy or account type options not suitable for all investors special risks inherent options trading may expose investors potentially rapid and substantial losses spread straddles other multi-leg options strategies often involve greater more complex risk than single leg option trades as well as keep in mind on uh transaction costs which important factors should be considered when evaluating any trade and you're encouraged to practice what you learn here today on tools such as paper money software which is for educational purposes and successful virtual trading during one time period does not guarantee successful investing of actual funds during a later time period as market conditions change continuously also keep in mind with options trading position sizing risk management you know long call or put position that entire premium can be at risk likewise with short options understanding managing around positions and the risk of assignment with a short option that is in the money and in order to demonstrate the function out of the platform we will be using actual symbols keep in mind td ameritrade does not make recommendations or terms of ability of any security or strategy for individual traders any investment decision you make in your self-directed account is solely your responsibility and let's go ahead and brief uh background for those of you that may be new this webcast welcome i know you probably may have just been on with my good friend pat maloney uh between pat myself mr keely we've been around the organization in various forms for quite some time and certainly enjoy what we do in teaching all about the markets whether technicals fundamentals options look to cover the scope there and if not this year maybe next year uh be able to find more time to get out and do some of those fun things on top of everything else here's our agenda folks uh we're going to be discussing uh the kaholt and kablood some of you may be familiar with that acronym uh we're going to be utilizing some of the tools on identifying potential entry and exit criteria for a swing trade and in the process of doing that we'll demonstrate on places in a practice trade we'll attempt to do several variations of that between a stock a single option and a long vertical spread and as we also typically look to do is to review some of those open and closed positions now let's go ahead and actually bring up the thinkorswim platform you know quick look at the market uh probably one of the bigger swings uh on the year we actually had talked about this going back uh to the 12th with that higher low prices breaking that diagonal resistance those we did some swing examples with spreads that were pretty uh positive there and last week we did an example as well which we'll take towards the end hasn't done as well but the market overall uh has continued to make that swing very little pullback at all just a brief pause at resistance at that previous high from beginning september and price is pushing higher now today's candle action may come into play uh whether the next day or uh in succeeding days on whether this may be an example of indecision with about an hour left to the market and if there's any room for prices to pull back uh however slight uh looking at the nasdaq you can kind of see the same principle uh looks like we did make a new high intraday today not a higher close unlike the s p and uh the dow i have previously done but intraday touched and backed off again seeing a little more indecision more of a uh a spinning top or a doji uh sign of those in indecisive moments uh bringing up the dow djx very similar to the s p where it did take out those highs in fact the dow kind of led uh with a lot of the earnings and with the the dow being a um a price weighted average a lot of the expensive stocks uh had surged pushing that market to new highs whereas the s p being a capitalization weighted uh lagged a little bit but was able to push to those highs as well the dow again making a new high uh similar patterns here you know as far as a little more of a smaller range little tails on the back and forth and then finally the russell which uh trading up to that resistance and as we pull back still in that range off from the highs back in may you know we zoom in a little bit more a little more on the pullback there as we're down about a third of a percent uh not quite decisive as still a relatively smaller body what some traders may look as a sign of a short-term reversal is maybe referred to as a dark cloud uh or a engulfing pattern uh a dark cloud would be if price action goes more than halfway into that previous day whereas if and not necessarily expecting that that would be the case but if price continued trading lower uh engulfed in that previous day that would be an example of a potential bearish reversal now not necessarily a change in trend but at least possibly a pullback you know whether it's one day two days or several you know as an example here was a previous swing price went ahead and formed a little more of a bearish pattern a shooting star which would be confirmed if the price closes below the low of the high day closes below the low of the high day closes below low of high day to blowed okay it even doesn't sound very uh positive there okay but this is potentially for a swing trader you know if they've hit a resistance or a target could be a potential exit or in a case of a downtrend what we'd refer to as more of a bearish bounce could be an entry for a bearish trade likewise the opposite of that when we have a low and this is just a one day pullback there is the high and then price closing above the high of a low day and there is referred to as the cohold okay c-a-h-o-l-d pardon my penmanship here i don't know how james does it as swiftly must have better drawing tools or touch screen i'm not sure what's going on there but you can see that's an example there for you all right now we can do the same thing on individual stocks and let's go ahead i do have a few examples here that we'll go ahead and illustrate let's see if i can make sure i got that working properly here and uh also a good reference uh to consider folks on what you're learning here uh today uh is uh consider going the education tab on the td ameritrade website or on thinkorswim uh under education uh there is a link for stocks and if we go over to stocks we're looking for the technical analysis course now sometimes you may see that featured under the featured stocks education right here if you don't scroll down a little bit more and under the stocks content click on that and look for course once there a lot of the basic principles of technical analysis are covered uh in the technical analysis course also if you look at our live events we do have a workshop usually once a month and as we go ahead and take a look on for instance on developing a investing plan something that's fairly similar to what we discuss here on swing trades is the bull flag sample plan now that's an example of a bullish plan one can invert it for a bearish but if i go ahead and click on sample investing plans and i'll go ahead and i'll push this out many of you are probably familiar with it but we'll put it on the chat and those you listen in the archive session i can go ahead and follow accordingly there we go and if i'll go ahead and bring this out you'll see as an example on this plan which refers to as a support bounce so when you think about the term cohold close above high the low day which that represents uh consider looking at as a potential entry when prices bouncing off support and generally more of an uptrending stock where we're looking to capture these swings capture the bounce and capture another swing in the case although it's not in this example here but under sample sample exit rules where we may have a target based off of a previous move we may also possibly use the kablod if we're at or near a target as a potential exit strategy as well okay let's go ahead and go back to the platform and let's see how some of these examples may be setting up one was looking at part of me here from a bullish perspective see if i can bring that up uh one more time here uh cisco csco now as we look at cisco uh cisco would be an example of a kohl we can see price had pulled back making a low and currently with about less than an hour left we are seeing an example of price trading and potentially closing above the high the low day this is a bounce we're seeing price going back above the 55 day moving average in this example now some traders as we go back and take a look at this uh may see along the lines of the pattern that we discussed tomorrow uh in our breakout and reversal patterns kind of connect the highs here an example of a inverse head and shoulders transition of making lower lows potentially higher lows typical entries are going to be whether a bounce or a breakout and those entry day we did break above that resistance but we did back off a little bit now some traders may take that bounce and speculate that the price will continue trading higher or they may wait for the price to break above that level okay now for illustrative examples i'm going to do an example of a stock entry based off of that bounce so what we'll do is we'll just go ahead and right click on the chart we'll do a by custom in this example we can do an example of a buy custom with oco bracket okay and uh i thought we did push out uh that pdf is the comment right below that uh right above ma as far as the example of that trading plan so go ahead and look at the chat so by right clicking on the chart and doing a buy custom with oco bracket we basically created uh an entry order and a bracket to get out uh whether a if we utilize a stop which is not guaranteed to fill at a particular price if the price reverses let's say takes out that low we may be able to set a stop according to that likewise we have a limit order where we can go ahead and set a potential target now one way of setting that potential target is measuring whether previous swings or the size of a pattern now a tool that i've utilized and shared with you in the past for those of you that may struggle on identifying those highs and lows is coming up to the patterns tool on the thinkorswim platform go ahead and select show patterns and then under select patterns it's part of the candlestick tool and we're looking for williams fractal you can start typing it in williamsfractal fractal that's going to be helpful in a few ways one to basically illustrate uh possible highs and lows in the trend two since we are talking about the holds and keblodes could be a little road map on back testing or at least uh observing uh previous holds and kabloods uh from a detailed perspective uh if it launches what that williams uh fractal is doing let's go ahead and actually add that by double clicking we'll use the default settings we'll click apply and okay it attempts to find these candle reversal patterns and for instance this right here would be an example of a kablood i'll just do cb for brevity okay and then you know here's an example of a kaholt which is close above okay support bounces potential uh entries for the stock and a kubload once that swing has matured maybe hit a target or close to it that could load can be the potential exit okay so just one technique out of many now if we go ahead and go back on the platform where it's applied uh notice you can see these various fractal points and notice here bullish harami potential bullish bounce the kaholt happened the next day uh notice this not quite a kablood here's the low day and even though price traded lower it did not close above it so still uh or close below it so still holding however at this high as price came up to resistance here is an example of the kablood as the price closes below the low of the high day pulls back over two three day period and then now we have another potential bounce as we're seeing higher highs and higher lows at least over the shorter term more of the intermediate this is more of a reversal okay so with that in mind potential entry uh potential stop we'll look at the low and this is consistent with the sample investing plan looking at the low of uh that low day that's 54.81 we went ahead and took a percentage below 54.81 make sure i got that right 54.81 times 0.99 we'll hit enter that would be 54.26

so we'll go ahead and click on 54.26 when you go ahead and do a horizontal line we're just visualizing uh that example you can right click and edit we'll type in 5426 we'll make that red little dashed line visualizing the potential stop now if we put a stop at that level if the price hits 54 26 or is below that it will compete with other incoming market orders and fill at the next available price there could be a little more slippage in that which can be a concern for stocks as well as any trade but particularly as we're near earnings something to make note of uh that we may look to be out of this trade prior to earnings for a short term trade days to weeks okay this is also a consideration as we'll look at some other examples why some short-term traders may consider options uh spreads which are defined risk component or even individual options which are defined by what you pay for the option uh still loss can be significant but at least it is a known whereas with the stock it may be relatively unknown all right so we have that particular stop let's say as far as a target i'll just go ahead and highlight this overall inverse head and shoulder be a little more conservative not going to the full intraday low but kind of that trading range and the idea is if the price is breaking out or does break out one may look for a similar move uh in this case looks like that would be about a two dollar move so i'm going to go ahead and adjust that activate the drawing push it to that breakout point and there may be some confluence with that target and looking at some previous highs or previous trading range for that stock in this case i think we're looking at about we'll just say about 58.86 as a target we'll go ahead and mark that and there we go uh so we have the information here now if we go back to that trade which we had minimized here on the bottom we'll click on that we can unlock this if we're looking to enter right now based off of you know where the price currently is and it can hold again things can always fade we're doing this for illustrative purposes uh if we go ahead and take a look on the potential exit we'll make sure the time and force is gtc for good till cancel and then we have the examples as far as price for the target as well as the stop uh so we'll go ahead and we'll take care of the potential stop which would be 54.8

the target 58 .86 now this is not a a huge difference as far as reward versus risk theoretically based off of the risk if we were to be stopped out at that price and not a guarantee that would be just under about two dollars and our potential gain would be to the tune of around two dollars and sixty uh two dollars and seventy cents so a little bit greater reward for the risk taken some traders may look for you know even a greater return on that risk your results may vary but we'll do this as a practice example go to confirm and send make note as well we have an example of 100 shares and with the stock a bit of equity is tied up into that trade in this case 5600 uh consideration there is if you know one is practicing with a smaller account is you know how much are you willing to you know allocate or risk uh in a single trade you know if this was a fifty thousand dollar account let's say that would be a little over ten percent of that portfolio uh so keep that in mind uh don't overly rely that well theoretically we're only risking about 200 okay uh based off of the entry and the stop again those stops are not guaranteed and if there's a gap things can be a lot wider than one would expect so we're going to go ahead and send this through and notice that didn't fill right away the price may have changed a little bit what we can do is we can go to the monitor tab and patients pay it off we have an entry there and so the way this is set up with the oco good till cancel is if the price goes ahead and trades up and hits that target uh it'll close out the position and we'll cancel out the stop uh if the price was to go ahead and roll over uh and take out the stop then it would cancel out the other order as a matter for profit management one way of looking at this is looking at half the distance uh to that swing so if let's say we have a favorable move and it moves up to around the 57 point then a consideration may be to adjust the stop more towards a break even kind of closer to the entry price that would potentially reduce the risk assuming that you're stopped at or near that market price okay there's some other elements that one can do is possibly a trailing stop i may set that up as an objective for next week to institute trail and stops there are some in the archive that i've done in the past but this is just a simple bracket order all right now another management technique is let's say the price does uh make a little more than half the move and it's going up up up and then you see an example maybe it's a shooting star maybe it's a harami a potential kablood okay well some traders may use that as an exit strategy to close out the position if the price weather starts trading below or closes below the low of the high day that would be an example of a bearish reversal uh certainly a good reason to potentially give it time not look for the first sign of bearishness but at least give it time to see if it's able to reach that midway point all right okay so we went ahead and we did an example let's double check seeing what we're working on today we have uh we talked about defining the kaholt as well as to go load uh on how we can possibly use this for entry as well as uh exit criteria uh let's explore this a little bit more and this will be tied to reviewing uh open and closed positions uh we had done uh let's see i'll bring up mosaic we'll do the last first so mosaic was an example of a swing trade we set up last week whoops let's delete that there uh let's see i believe this was last week on a breakout or it may have been a kaholt now unfortunately since then the price really hasn't moved very much and this was an example of a stock now some traders may utilize what we would call a time stop uh if the price doesn't do what you expected to do in this case over the course of a few days one may look to possibly close out that position versus waiting to be stopped out okay if i go ahead and go to the monitor tab here we have that position there what i can do is i can come here on the orders and actually i think i have this tied up to another trade actually have on the practice account i think have upwards of around 600 shares of that position so what i'm going to do is i'm going to right click uh cancel that group i'll go ahead and adjust earlier or later i should say and then you know we can just go ahead and close out that position at least preserving uh some capital and looking for another opportunity okay that would be an example of kind of setting the time stop you know whether it's like five days however many days if it doesn't do what you expect it to do then possibly close it out look for another opportunity look for another cohort let's say another example as far as management this was from two weeks ago we had done a spread trade on crm on salesforce and i believe i had exited back here when the price was somewhat close to the target and basically formed a kablood now technically the price did go a little bit higher but also based off of the entry it made a very quick move over the course of five days now i'll take a look at that trade after we do a spread example a little bit later but this was an example that we were able to capture a good portion of that maximum gain the other one was cyber cybr this was another example of a cohold there's the high of the low there's a high the low day price bounced and was breaking out notice it made a similar if not a stronger move than what we've seen and i believe the exit on this was again off of coming off of this high as a kablode was formed there and notice in this case probably relatively decent time in as the price failed to go much higher in fact rolled over again forming another kablood all right so let's take a look let's see we do have some time here time's flowing around do appreciate everyone's feedback there and thanks to mr keely for once again helping out on the chat uh if you did enjoy or if you are enjoying what you're learning here today consider clicking like uh that way other people are able to see what's going on lets me know you enjoyed the presentation too and also remember you have that subscribe link which is a great opportunity to continue being informed of these various webcasts including this swing trading session all right let's go ahead and uh bring up back on the platform and let's see if we can do an example of a bearish one uh utilizing the coblo so we've talked about a bullish swing where we can use a coal to enter into a bullish trade uh use a kablode to exit a bullish swing trade but what about a bearish side well that would be the opposite we can use an example of a kablood for an entry and a hold for an exit so let's see if some of these are still setting up here i was looking at a couple of them let's see if how few these are so here's uh pdd now this is a chinese adr american depository receipt so some of these could be pretty volatile and also look for liquidity but we have a bit of a rising wedge kind of looks like a larger bear flag where you have a downward move kind of a retracement and then price rolling over so here is the high day here is the low of the high day and then here is the breakdown as the price is trading potentially closing below the low of the high day now some traders may say well gosh it's already moved down about seven percent well momentum could build on momentum as chinese stock seemed a bit uh hit a bit harder today uh but just one example let's look at another example lrcx lrcx notice more of a downward trend here is a support area that has broken down that support area potentially acting as new resistance we are post earnings here's an example of a high day notice that high days actually going a little bit lower there is the low of the high day and this could blow it actually happened yesterday a little slight follow through uh today so if one was expecting that price may continue trading lower uh then they consider possibly a bearish trade now notice this is a very expensive stock uh so one option uh as far as being able to trade more expensive stocks is utilizing a spread where i've talked about that quite a bit in this class we also teach these on thursday in my long verticals and diagonal class the idea is relatively simple i think i may have already set this up uh let's see what i was looking at earlier yeah we were looking at i was looking at december so going a little further out i can't remember was that the third that was the 17th okay so looking a little further out in time this goes a little more than days to weeks however if there's a shorter term thrust to the downside we can potentially look to close it out sooner but it's just kind of given a little more time if the market's a little more volatile through this earnings season if i click on that look on the put side uh one of the considerations is buying an option that may be at to a little more in the money i think when i was looking at this was looking at the 575 which is kind of around a 60 delta now even for an option that's considerable that's about four thousand dollars for one contract however we're not going to stop there we'll go ahead and look at selling a cheaper option against it which is going to reduce the cost of that trade uh and i think i was looking as low as 5 35. let's see if i do that there so i'm going to do is i'm going to click on the 570 to buy and minimize that we're going to click on the 535 to sell but we're going to hold down the control key and what that will do by holding the control key and then clicking on the cell it's going to match up that option so the idea for this example is that the price is trading lower and trading below 535. that would be a maximum gain in 50 days if i hit on confirm and send we can see the potential risk which is what we pay for that spread and again consideration is how much you're willing to risk in any one trade if one has a smaller account that may be a bit higher okay our gain is defined by being below 535 at expiration and then this is also another benefit with this example of the spread particularly going a little more in the money and selling some time premium is our break even it's at 550 247 which is basically a buck above where the price is right now so if the stock stays below where it broke down now there is a little more of a range there it can still be a losing trade but the idea is that the price would drift or trade lower this example would be a profitable trade now it may take a little time so it's about 50 days out but for illustrate purposes i'm going to do one contract on this and we'll go ahead edit that and we'll click confirm and send and let's double check on the spread there now some of these spreads could be a bit wider uh sometimes you may need to adjust closer to the natural price but we'll see attempt if we can get that filled for the smaller debit i'll click send i didn't fill right away i may need to go back and check on that but we'll see now the other thing to do is well what if the price does reverse if the price does change direction we could possibly close that out and limit the loss and one way of doing it is we can possibly set a price alert i'll just right click kind of near this 55-day moving average create an alert and if you know the price goes above a certain level or reverses we go ahead and make ourselves a note and then possibly consider closing out that trade now keep in mind uh defined risk based off of that trade i was risking about 1700 dollars let me cancel and replace this and see if we can get that filled a little bit i'll come in a little bit closer there and notice when we came a little closer to the natural price that went ahead and got filled um keep in mind too and one of the reasons went a little further out was looking for a little more liquidity uh the spreads between the bid and the ask ideally should be less than 10 of the ask price and notice you know this is only a difference of about 40 cents which based off of the cost of that option relatively smaller and then you know kind of similar as we looked at the option a little wider here on this one but still within 10 percent of that ask price okay so what we did is we did an example of a bearish spread called a long put spread where the ideal situation is the price trade sharply down and if it's below 535 in 50 days that'll be a maximum gain now if it does significantly go lower over the shorter term uh what we may be able to do is profit management is locking in part of those gains uh let me see if i can bring up that order again i'm going to go to this field order i'm going to right click and create a duplicate order so we can take another look at it go to the confirm and send so the maximum gain is going to be tied to whatever the maximum losses this is a 35 dollar wide so the most that this spread can be made or lost would be about 3 500 so if there's 1750 at risk that means there's 17.50 to gain and the less of a loss max loss the more of the potential gain now with that maximum gain of being 1750 if we're able to capture about 50 percent of that maximum gain and even if it's a shorter term spike to the downside you know some traders may set a goal if they're able to capture about 30 percent of that so you can do the math that would be an example of somewhere around uh let's just say 900 just under 900. if we're able to capture about 900 gain is consider closing it out uh 30 percent would be what um closer to about what uh 650 maybe 650 700 dollars that'd be about six probably about six uh close to about 650 there so keep an eye on those for potential targets there and to that end that's what we had done uh from those spreads that we've done in previous weeks i told you i'd mentioned bring up crm again uh now this was a call spread but the same principle we had paid 440 for it on a 10 wide so the most that could be made would be about five dollars and sixty cents i went ahead and closed it out ten days later this is last week for six sixty five so that was a gain of about two dollars and 15 cents now that wasn't quite 50 percent of this maximum gain but we had locked that example in okay managing winners uh c b r c y b r cyber was the one other one that we've done uh this was an example of scaling out uh we did an example of a 490 debit ten dollar wide so the max that could be made on this would be five dollars and ten cents okay uh when the price made a think a 30 move uh within the same day or next day went ahead and scaled out closed one contract captured uh just shy of two dollars okay now that wasn't 50 but you know capturing 30 40 in one day not too bad and then on the 19th six days later the credit expanded to 740 so 490 to 7 so that would be uh 2.50 cents that was closer to that 50 percent target that was on the 19th and when we looked at cybr there's the 19th kind of took the shooting star as a sign and as it backed off the high hey at the 50 target in a relatively short period of time profit management okay don't get greedy and notice in this case we got greedy time decay and price going against you would potentially hurt so hopefully that's a big takeaway folks as you're learning about these different strategies particularly on a swing trade is we're trying to capture that shorter term momentum and once we've hit a potential target is to whether close or scale out in the case of some of those spreads or on an individual trade likewise if there's a significant move is potentially reducing the risk at least with a a single option or a stock example if we're utilizing a stop to adjust that stop to a break even and these are things that will continue exploring uh what i'd like to finish off with you is tools that you can use potentially going forward i know a lot of you have already been utilizing some of these but this would be a good opportunity to mention on the twitter feed if you do follow me on twitter at j mcnichol underscore tda and look at my pin tweet uh chock full of information there uh one i'll go ahead and forward this uh to those you that are on the chat we'll put that through uh you can see my webcast schedule uh also the kahold script uh there's a link uh to a webcast that takes a deeper dive on moving average crossovers which i talk about tomorrow in breakdown reversals and then utilizing and i abbreviated this but that's a hold and a couple script you can look at that video now if you want to add these tools there is a document right here that breaks down on how to add some of that script and the one in particular for this class uh would be this kohl now coaches may have different variations of this and it's not a recommendation or endorsement of you know one tool over another uh but in my description basically looking for the holds and if it is it'll show up in green if it's a kablode uh it would go ahead and show up in red now i also attempt to find those harami patterns or those inside days which are potential reversal patterns and so sometimes you may be able to get a heads up on that before the hold or the load occurs and to kind of show you that in action as we'll get ready to go here when you go in and add that and we'll probably do a follow up with this uh next week if you go ahead and sort the columns and scroll down so we can find a couple examples here so these ones that are in green uh imply that there may be a hole again keyword maybe if i click on pfizer here is a low here is a high the low day now there is an earnings event so i mean this is just you know keeping an eye and also making sure one puts it in the context of the trend if we have an uptrending stock and a cohold that would be a potential bounce ah let's see microsoft let's bring up microsoft here oh that's actually the one we're looking at microsoft let's click on pfizer pfizer now i also look for outside days too because sometimes they could be pushing out of what we would call kind of a flag in a stiff breeze uh technically this was a slightly lower day very subtle so this script is a little sensitive low day high of the low day price closing above the high the low day likewise in red would be examples of a kablood now i can find something we can look at like adm so there's archer daniels midland and you know if one was in a swing trade there's the kohold trading up that swing looking for a kaholt here would be an example or a kablood here would be an example of a close below the low of the high day certainly with earnings coming up you know potential exit for that swing all right so hopefully that's something you can practice with we'll probably go ahead and follow up with some of these productivity tools next week as well as maybe possibly incorporate some trail and stops if those market conditions show themselves would encourage to practice what you learn here today we did an example of a stock trade with an oco we also did an example of a spread trade to the downside in each case at least attempting to define risk and proper position sizing now remember folks in order to demonstrate the functionality of the platform we did have to use actual symbols keep in mind td ameritrade does not make recommendations or determine suitability of any security or strategy for individual traders any investment decision you make in your self-directed account is solely your responsibility so go ahead click like folks looking forward to seeing you again real soon tomorrow with breakdown reversal patterns michael thank you so much have a wonderful day bye now you

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