Intermediate Trend Entries & Setups  | Connie Hill, CMT | 1-7-20 | Technically Speaking

Intermediate Trend Entries & Setups | Connie Hill, CMT | 1-7-20 | Technically Speaking

[Music] good afternoon and welcome to
our webcast on technically speaking
trading stocks and options where we
focus on intermediate term trading happy
to see you here today question I want you to think on
what we’re going to focus on today is
do you know what to look for for an
entry signal on a trade the other
thing is do you know what to look for for
this set up the set up is what occurs
before the actual entry signal is given
think about that as we just as we’re going
to discuss that today I do have a
little announcement that I want to give
to you those of you that have been
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this isn’t all classes but in certain
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going to follow up on some of those
trades that we’ve placed in our class
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gonna be doing some follow-up with the
trades that have already been placed
every single week now if you have any questions I want you to chat a
min we’ve got some friendly greetings from
Susan Jeff Ricardo I don’t wash a hot
all right appreciate your greetings
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seems a long time ago but it seems like
the time has flown but I want you to know
myself as well as other coaches we are
in the past we were in the place where
you are now meaning we all have to start
at some point now this class is geared
more to intermediate traders all right
or investors and so there’s an
expectation that you have some knowledge but
we’re always trying to increment your knowledge and share things with
you that we think might be important
today what are we going to do well we’re
going to talk about more specifically intermediate-term trading what a
setup looks like what an entry signal
looks like alright in this class in
the past we’ve really explored a lot of
different timeframes at this point we’re
going to really focus on intermediate
timeframes not so much swing trading
there’s other classes for that not so much
long term holding where we have classes
for that and in an intermediate timeframe
we’re going to talk about weeks to
months all right we’ll get into that we’re
going to talk about we’re going to
analyze an existing paper trade that we
have in our account which will always be
part of our agenda and we’re going to execute
things we’re going to use thinkorswim as our
platform alright let’s jump over to
thinkorswim actually we won’t jump over to thinkorswim attacks let’s go
here in terms of defining intermediates
from trading and set up an
intermediate term trader or a trade rather
generally lasts several weeks two months okay it’s not several days weeks
two months all right keep that my
timeframe in mind and the intermediate
rate term trader typically identifies
their entry their initial exit signal and
trade management strategies before
entering any new position okay want to highlight that before
not pull the trigger and then try to
figure out afterwards what are you going to
do alright intermediate term trout
traders often use indicators as part of
their trading strategy so an indicator
might be like a MACD a stochastic an
RSI there are many different indicators
that somebody could throw on and use
in their trading in fact as we go through
some different weeks I’m going to
introduce you to some of those not
necessarily every single one of them them
alright intermediate term traders often
attempt to trade with the prevailing intermediate and longer-term
trends okay but they can look for short-term
price reversal patterns what does that
mean might mean maybe a particular
stock or an index might be having a
little bit of a pullback or a little bit of a downtrend and somebody might
look for some of those reversal patterns
like a double bottom a Head & Shoulders
a triple bottom so those things
that may indicate that the stock or the
market is ready to give you a reversal all
right yeah I’m set up is what the
stock price action looks like before getting
a potential entry signal so we’ve
got a set up and we have the signal
the set up comes before the signal they are not
the same thing and when we’re done today
I want you to be able to identify for
yourself which is which and what you’re
looking for all right we have a few more
hollows here just checking for any
questions which we don’t seem to have at
the moment but it does look like we
have some friendly greetings
appreciate that all right let me get rid of the
blue dots come on blue dot go away
all right there it goes all right in terms
of what we’re looking for here we see a
bullish price pattern meaning stock is
making higher highs higher lows it’s
giving us a bullish trend we want to
identify price patterns before a breakout
occurs whether it’s breaking above
resistance whether it’s consolidating in a
triangle and you’re looking for that
particular breakout bullish indicator
criteria if we’re going to use an indicator
we want to know what the criteria is for
it to be bullish okay in the case of
what we have down here which is a MACD
we need to know that the price of the
stock is going to cross the zero line
okay for some of you it may actually be
moving the direction of the zero line
that it’s bottomed out and it’s starting
to head upward the starting to move
upward to be a little bit aggressive somebody
waiting for the actual signal will would
wait for it to cross over the zero
line there all right we have a couple of
signals we’re really going to focus on
today we’re not going to include any indicators we’re going to focus
only on price action today but we’re
going to look for either a bounce or a
breakout okay a stock that maybe has been trending up and pulling back
might be bouncing at a support level a
breakout is where the stock is pushing
against resistance and gets enough
momentum that it pushes its way through that resistance many times that is
with increasing volume if there’s
some increasing volume the price of the stock is likely
not guaranteed but more likely to
stay above that breakout region if it
breaks out on low volume it’s not as strong of
a signal as it is with high volume
alright so here’s some potential entry
signals that we’re going to look for so
on are bullish bounce whoop we want to
look for we’ve got our upward trending
stock we wanted to determine our
breakouts criteria which could be a
breakout or a bounce all right like we just
talked about if you have an indicator
base signal that’s going to come into
play as well so you might say I want to
see a bounce and I want to see
something happening with that indicator
kind of like what we just talked about
with MACD it doesn’t have to be MACD that
was just an example and then you want to determine how old can that
signal be does that signal do you only
want to get in on the day that it’s being
manifest or can it be a day later or
maybe Tuesday two days later and still
be just fine meaning acceptable okay you’re
gonna have to decide that for
yourselves what’s going to let’s look at
some examples here all right let’s go
– lets get our thinkorswim up here and
I had what we’re using is our criteria
the Nasdaq 100 watchlist alright we don’t create this
watchlist on our own we come down to
public this is something that thinkorswim
does for us maintains it and created it
Nasdaq 100 that’s the watchlist that
we’re using here today now have some
columns I have the last price which
actually is a little scrunched let me fix that
so we can see that a little bit better
the percent change and I just have a
little calculation there for a 12-month
return in it’s gistic it’s just rolling
with as the days roll on so continually
rolling as opposed to say January 1st to December 31st okay this is
actually a think script I don’t want to get
off topic here but if you go to can
Rosa’s think scripting class he teaches
you about that his think scripting
class I believe isn’t now going to be on Tuesdays at 5:30 Eastern all
right you can catch that class all right
let’s look at a couple of symbols here
and I want you to ask yourself when I
pull it up does that look like a setup
or does that look like a breakout I set
up I take that back a set up or an
ant tree does it look like a setup or an
entry let’s come here first – lets
come to micron on our Nasdaq 100 less
let’s go there first we’ll switch to the
big board now micron got some good
news today all right they were
upgraded when a stock gets upgraded and the
price the part target price changes all
right many times you’re gonna see some nice bullish action like we’re seeing
on micron today now let’s maybe
zoom in a little bit so you can kind of
see what’s going on here we do have a
stoploss entered there that shows up on
our screen but I don’t want to focus
so much on the stop-loss I want to
figure out do we have an entry do we have a
setup for an entry all right let’s look at
it here it looks like the stock may be
had so I’m short term resistance
building up here didn’t it alright today Micron is busting through this short term
resistance area now we’ve got some extra volume
here today it’s trading at least
above average in fact you can see this
little portion here that is above
average oops that was kind of ugly let’s
get rid of that I’ll try this again all
right we can see it’s above the average
volume which is that purple line
showing there does look like it’s gonna close there
it may may not so far it’s very strong
in fact it is close or it’s training
very close to its highs for the day now as
the day wears on we start to get towards
the market close it may pull back
and we’ll see if it pulls back lower than
that old resistance area but with the
volume that’s moved in is likely it’s
not guaranteed but it’s likely to
stay up there all right an initial
stop-loss order where could that go well
the stock has been trading a little bit
below the 30 day moving average here so it
doesn’t always bounce there so somebody
might not feel comfortable using that
as a stop loss or a support area
somebody may say well we could go to most
recent low which is about 53 ish 52 ish and
change and go a percentage below or
they could say hey it’s busted out I’m
gonna be more aggressive and I’m gonna
say that old resistance should act as new
support and maybe doing a stop loss a
little bit below that area okay let’s go
over to the trade tab here let’s go
ahead and get that that trade on here all
right now your rules may be a little
bit different than what we talked
about but you’ll have to determine for
yourself if this meets your criteria in
terms of what we’re discussing for the
class this is an entry signal right we
don’t have to wait for something to happen
before it becomes one because it is
actually that breakout above resistance
now we can just go over here we can say
we’re going to buy let’s do buy custom
with a stop so we can put a stop loss
in at the same time now the default let’s
crunch this down give us some more room
the default number here is a hundred
shares now microns trading at 57 that
might be appropriate for you to get
hundred shares in your portfolio there
may be others of you that have a
portfolio that’s a little bit smaller than
maybe a hundred shares is too much we’re
not gonna really focus on position sizing today in risk management we actually are going
to do that next week so let’s suppose
that a hundred shares is sufficient let’s bring on our calculator
here in our portfolio dedicated to this
class we have about 150 thousand dollars
today alright if we were to buy all
hundred shares we would be spending
about almost fifty seven almost fifty eight
hundred dollars that certainly is less
than ten percent of the portfolio at one
hundred and fifty thousand right we
could somebody could if they were risk
they’re willing to put in ten percent of
their portfolio in any single stock
you know they could put in a little bit
more or actually quite a bit more we’re
gonna settle on a hundred shares for
our example purposes today now I do
want to flick spend a little bit of time
here on the stop-loss I’m gonna put in
this value here I’m gonna kind of say
hey where has where was resistance
that short-term consolidated
resistance looks like fifty five seventy
nine or we could say where’s the lowest
price in the last few days that it’s
traded and give the stock a little bit more
room than that so that if it comes
back and retest this and Pierce’s it
you’re less likely to get stopped down to
the trade let’s go to this lower value
though the low this day is fifty to seventy
eight let’s go to our calculator fifty
to seventy eight times I’m gonna
use a value here three percent below
support it could be five percent it
could be two percent it could be
one-and-a-half percent it could be any value
that you think is more representative if something doesn’t move along
very quickly you might use a lower
percentage if it’s something that is quite
volatile you might give it a bigger
percentage so you don’t get stopped out so
easily so if we go with the three percent
it looks like our stop loss could go to
51 19 so I’m going to come down here
51:19 alright 51-19 we’re gonna do it
as a stop that means the price of the
stock will not get triggered to sell until it goes out or
below 51:19 and then it’s going to trigger a
market order market order remember gets
in line 393
00:18:08,429 –>00:18:12,510
with other orders to become we’re gonna make this good till cancelled we don’t want to set
up a stop loss every day that’s a waste of
time just make a good tale cancelled
which is about six months and review this
make sure it represents what you want
see if there’s any Commission’s you
want to be aware of and go ahead and hit
Send now expectation here is we’re
gonna get filled did I fill that out right
let’s see here the expectation I
weighed what I thought would be to get in
quickly I put in a price here I wasn’t pay attention that it put in a
different value than the current market
price let me go cancel replace this order 57:18
is the price I’m gonna see what the
current price is it looks like it’s more
like fifty seven eighty let’s open
that up we’ll still put it in as a limit
order on the current price and hit
confirm and send all right we got filled on
that which was the expectation all
right let’s talk about a setup of a
breakout let’s take a look at because
this will should look at a little bit
different NTES at least it was when I
looked at it earlier today in fact let’s
go to this bigger screen NTES got
about six months here let’s zoom in on
what we’re looking at here now it looks
like it already have a breakout doesn’t
it looks like on this day this big green
candle that it broke above some
short-term resistance there so maybe it
already had its breakout date what does that
mean okay means we either need to
wait for bust above current consolidation
areas which could be that was kind of
ugly let’s try this again which could
be in about this area there we go alright or we could wait for it
to come back to the support level
support level might be the bottom of this gap right
bottom any gaps sometimes serves as a
support you’re gonna notice that when
you see those gaps so it could pull back
to there and it could pull back to
the 30 day moving average because
sometimes it likes to bounce there so right
now do we have it something to say pull
the trigger hit the trade button and ask
yourself that question okay or do you
think maybe we’re waiting for something to
happen right the answer is yes we’re
waiting for either a breakout pullback
and a bounce off of support all right
if you answered those questions
perfectly you get a green star well maybe not
a green star how about a gold star
although green is the color of money
we’ll still go with a gold star all right
let’s take a look at here a CAHOLD type
entry that could be considered let’s go
with LRC X again these are just ticker
symbols off the Nasdaq 100 and we can see
here I’m gonna zoom in this stock has
been trending in an uptrend in 30 day
moving average is bullish and and
moving in an upward direction let’s look at
it even closer here now it looks like
the stock had some resistance here maybe
about 299 inch right above right right
below 300 it had a pullback when we see a
pullback two to five days is ideal
sometimes we don’t get ideal all right but
today what are we looking for all right
it’s not lower so we’re looking for a
close above the high of the low day so the
low day typically is going to be found
in this pullback back let’s zoom in even closer
the low or this is the low day the high
on this day is 292.03 so today we’re
looking for a close above 292.03 all right that’s gonna be right
about here does it look like the stock is
in a position to do so yeah might
right it’s got a good strong candle it’s
not up at its highs of the day which we’re
up there okay but it’s it’s still
got a good strong bullish candle here
now some of you may say hey if it just
makes a move above the high of the low
day you might take that as an entry
there may be others of you that say no it
hasn’t met the condition yet we’ve gotta
wait till either the market closes or you
look at it if you you know just a little
bit before the market does close and
you take a look at it and you feel comfortable that it’s going to
keep that candle it looks like I missed
the screen to switch I apologize there
looks like I’m on the right screen now I’m
not sure what I was showing you at the
time you sent that in I apologize we’re
gonna continue though alright I can
see that you’re seeing the correct screen
on LRC X right now okay so again some people might take
it as an entry because it’s made a move
above the high of the low day technically
as and close there that’s what a CAHOLD
is close above high of low day so
not quite there because the day isn’t
closed yet let’s look at one more let’s
look at txn [Applause] jeff has a comment here Jeff so
since the low let’s go back to let’s
go back let’s see that was we were
looking at LRC X just get back here Jeff
says says the Lowe is so intermittent one
range what I think that means what
range should we use the 27th as a
better low to use okay so a Jeff I’m trying
to interpret your question all the
way here I think you’re saying because
the range here was was maybe consolidating
here a little bit wouldn’t it be better
to use a different low well for the
close of the high on the low day signal
really these are kind of short shorter
term type things in terms of a
stoploss use you put you definitely could go
lower you could have come down here
below the 30 day moving average you
somebody might even consider going here right
where there was a little bit lower low
that looks to be about 267 something
in that range somebody could go but you
are taking more risk on the trade if
you decide to go back that much
further and and away from where the price
action is now I think that’s what you’re
asking Tyndale says would you feel the
same if this was a gap I think that’s
what it says on LRCX actually think
that’s the question here’s still I think
you’re asking if this was a gap if I
would feel the same way if this were a gap
and it definitely is a gap just kind of decipher what you’re chatting in
here Jeff is saying the intermediate
low day range like I said somebody could
if they wanted to all right it doesn’t necessarily mean that
you have to if somebody does want to
get up a little bit more going back
here to maybe a little bit lower low but
for the entries that we’ve been talking about a
close above the high of the low day
you would want to use the candle the
lowest and the pullback hope that make
sense to you all right very good let’s switch
gears here we need to take a look at
some of our existing positions that we
have on our class now we just put in a
position in two micron that we were
filled on if I open this up we can see that
that was our last position here I did
another position for something else
earlier today but a hundred shares is
what we put in here I didn’t put it into
our grouping so micron is going to
be showing up clear down here and
with our hundred shares and I’ll move it
later alright to put it up in our
grouping of stocks where they came out now
we have three positions in our class
that we’ve really been focusing on so we
have INFO oh we have Microsoft we have
Nvidia we’re up on all three of those
positions now one of them we’ve held for a
really long time that’s actually our
INFO oh if I click here you’ll see we have
been in this position since July 9th ok that’s what trend traders do
they ride the peak in the pullback in
the peak and the pullback and they
let that stock continue to run as long as
the trend is maintained so let’s go
here to INFO oh I’ll have to have my
fingers on the right keys and I want to
give you here we’re gonna back up whoa we
can just barely see it let’s go to a
1-year chart here instead of a
six-month chart want to give you some
perspective of what the stock had been doing
prior to us getting into the trade now
remember this red line is our 30 simple
moving average and what does the stock
do well it looks like it runs up a
little bit then pulls back either to the 30
day or too close to the 30 days
sometimes it reaches it a little bit like it
did there in May all right right here we have that little
green oval if you can see that that’s
the day that we got in as far as our
class trade is concerned now there were a
couple of times when it dipped below the
30 day moving average and it didn’t hit
a stop loss all right right now there
is no stop-loss on this one and
perhaps as something to think about but
essentially as you look at this does it look
like it’s honoring does it look like
it’s using the 30 day moving average
and I would say yeah it does let’s
zoom in here and for our position let’s
identify where we need to put a stop loss
because it doesn’t have one currently
all right we do have earnings coming up in
order to let your stock run and be in
place over multiple weeks multiple
months you have to ride through earnings
periods it has some earnings right here
somebody might be interested maybe and
doing a protected put on this particular
one as it gets to earnings looks like
earnings aren’t going to be till the 14th
which before the market that’s
actually going to be before the same day that
we meet again but the earnings probably
are going to be looks like they’re
going to be before we actually meet all
right so we could consider putting on a protective put we also could
consider putting on a stop-loss if we
like the 30 use it if you like a 50 and it
bounces off a 50 or a 40 simple moving
average somebody might consider doing
that all right if somebody’s wants to put on a
real tight stop they could consider
this area of short-term resistance and I’m
going to dry in here with my tools
that are not cooperating ah there it goes maybe about in this range 57
just a little bit below not 57 75 76
area now I’d be calling it really tight
it wouldn’t be giving it quite the
range that it might need and over an
earnings grade sometimes those stocks
could be super volatile what if in this case we
were to put on a stoploss maybe below
say most recent low let’s go say to the
thirty period moving average about here
that’s going to be twenty seven thirty
nine or seventy two thirty nine times
point ninety seven gives us a value of
putting a stop there at $70 and 21 cents
that’s how far it would go down if you
don’t like that if you think that’s
too much or you think it’s too tight
change it but let’s also put in place a
protective put all right in this class we
trade stocks and options and so going
over earnings that could be
appropriate now as we come over here first of all let’s put on our
stop loss so I’m going to do this in two
separate trades I’m going to come over
here to the info create closing order
and I’m just going to choose with the
stop it’s gonna give us a market order if
it gets out or below 70 point twenty-one
again if you want to give it three
percent grade five percent one percent
ten percent that would be a little
extreme but you could all right you get
a choose we’re gonna make this good till cancelled we’re gonna put that
stop order in place I want to show
you this in two separate stages because
you might choose to do one or the other
you might not choose to do both now the
other piece we have here is the
earnings announcement looks like we have
some volatility in these earnings the earnings are going to be
announced January 14th these options
expire January 17th do you have to buy January 17th
options no you could go out further in
time if you’re trying to be protective
over a longer period of time we can see
we have some February options there is
not as much implied volatility priced
into here that’s a 22 percent this one’s
at 33% that means the option is going
to be a little bit more expensive
because there’s some expectation of
movement of this stock let’s do this let’s go with the 75 so let’s do
a long put is trading 80 sounds by 90
cents it’s got a 33 delta which means
that there’s only a 33% chance or
likelihood that it would expire in the
money is that guaranteed no it’s not
guaranteed but typically you’re just trying
to get a little ways out typically
something a little out of the money when you
buy that put we don’t have a ton of
choices on this stock but we do have a
hundred and ninety-one open interest contracts which
means there’s some liquidity there so
let’s just go ahead and hit by should
have just done a right mouse-click
and left it at that I did a left and
that’s why I was getting the other men yes so
90 cents let’s go for the midpoint
price of 85 it might fill there it might
not in this case we have 141 shares of
the stock so really one contract is appropriate if we’re trying to
cover coverage for 100 shares we can’t
buy partial option contracts so
that’s why we’d just stick with 1 85 cents
that’s putting it in as a limit order
now we’re gonna assume we get filled today
because we’re going in something very
close to the price current price just
review and make sure it represents what you
want notice any transaction fees
we’re gonna go ahead and we’re going to send
this in now we’re going to try to follow
up on this trade and what we’ve done
with this protective put next Tuesday in
our class all right now what do I want to
make sure that you got out of this
today is that you feel like you have a distinction between a setup and
an actual time to pull the trigger
because the entries been given we saw
mostly entries we saw a breakout
Aintree we saw a bounce entry all right so I
want you to distinguish the difference
and go through your watchlist and
determine do I have a setup do I just have
just a setup I should say that it’s not
quite there or do I have an entry now
some things to think about when
you’re thinking about intermediate
trend trading oops is one when you trade this way it takes
some patience right because we’re
trading we’re trading weeks to months
we’re not trading day to day we’re not day
trading we’re not swing trading it’s a
much longer period of time that we’re expected and expecting to trader
so it requires some patience excess
signals for intermediate so longer term
trades may not occur until the stock
has significantly come down from its
high price right it might be running
up by the time you get an entry you
just pulled back quite a ways and
sometimes the stock may gap down below
your initial exit the you have in
place and that’s true with any type of
trading and then at some point trends may
change right they may run on for a long
time or they may just run on for a short
period of time but it’s certain that
those trends are going to change
comment here from Tim I prefer the protective
put sense if earnings are
aftermarket we could blow through the stop loss
or roll some profits out of the trade
yeah I thinks we’re showing you both
message methods rate appreciate the
comment there Tim all right so it is
kind of to summarize we talked about what intermediate term trending
stocks is all about what the setup is what
your actual entry signal and trigger is we
did not really do some position sizing
here all right I think I grayed out
actually the wrong one because we really
didn’t work on trade management techniques
or risks position sizing we’ll focus on
that in our next class but we definitely
worked in paper money and our paper
money account that’s what I would
encourage you to do as well watch me has a
comment here about LR CX is looking good
for long term one year or so
duration so that was kind of some
information that will lock laxshmi I sure hope I
said that right is some perspective
from from him all right now where are some other classes
especially in our new schedule where you
can see and learn about additional
positions or additional strategies that talk
about this type of trading strategy
well on let’s see one thing might be
long options we just did kind of a
shorter term protective put option but
Brent wars is going to teach next he’s
going to teach on long options and
this is actually a brand new class that
we haven’t had before so you’ll
want to join him at the top of the hour
when he gets started with that
additionally on Thursdays I take that back I had it on my notes here and I
lost it one that James Boyd teaches is
on Wednesdays that we can just go
there real quick come over here to the education menu bring up web
casts so I want you to see this and then
the things that are coming up let’s go to
the calendar it’s this kind of a
rolling calendar we’re in the process of
helping it or setting it up so that
it’ll be a Monday through Friday calendar
instead of a rolling town calendar so
over here is Wednesday and right here let
me use a different mouse here right here
is the long options with Brent Morse
that’s going to follow our class here
and then it’s on Thursdays with James
Boyd starting at 2:00 Eastern it’s
called trading the Trent weeks two
months all right so right there Thursday at
2:00 Eastern that’s another class a
webcast that kind of extends to the time
frames that we’re talking about here in
this particular technically speaking
class all right let’s go back to go
back to our slides all right just need to remind you the
things we’ve talked about today for
educational purposes only there we go the in order to demonstrate functionality the platform we
need to use actual symbols TD Ameritrade
does not give recommendations or
determine suitability of any security or
strategy so any investing decision you
make in your self-directed account is
solely your responsibility appreciate
you joining me here again Brett
mores is gonna have long options popping
up here and just at the top of the hour
and then next week for our class same
time same bat-channel we’ll be talking about more so
risk management and making sure that
you’re managing that risk appropriately
as you get into traits all right check
over your watchlist see if you can distinguish between entries and
setups on the stocks that you’re paying attention to mark those down and
if you have an entry signal you might
consider paper trading it all right
thanks everyone have a good day in the
markets we’ll see you soon bye [Music] you you

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